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Description - Enjoying Retirement by Michael Longhurst

Are you thinking of retiring? Perhaps you're already making plans to retire or looking to make the most of your retirement? If so, Enjoying Retirement is the one book you must have. More than ever, Australians are finding that retirement offers them opportunities they didn't even know they had, and also that there can be adjustments and challenges along the way. Enjoying Retirement: An Australian handbook of ideas, strategies and resources provides advice on relationships with partners and family, and skills in conflict resolution and in maintaining financial stability; it will help you deal with issues such as moving out of the workforce and managing change. Most importantly, this essential book will help you live a full and happy life in retirement.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780733639821
ISBN-10: 0733639828
Format: Paperback / softback
(234mm x 153mm x mm)
Pages: 336
Imprint: Hachette Australia
Publisher: Hachette Australia
Publish Date: 26-Jun-2018
Country of Publication: Australia

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Author Biography - Michael Longhurst

Michael Longhurst has worked as a consulting psychologist specialising in the development, delivery and management of learning and development programs both in his own practice and as the National Learning and Development Manager for a large Australian company. He is an internationally published author and leading authority in the area of adjustment to retirement. He has run regular seminars for retirees and people planning their retirement. His work is based on his psychological research with Australian retirees.