The following is an article that I wrote for the Fall 2022 Edition of CEIRIC’s Careering Magazine. The article is entitled Which hybrid work model is right for your client? – CERIC and is part of the Fall 2022 – CERIC Recovery, Reflection, Resilience Issue.
Why Preparing Emotionally For Retirement is Important?
Please have a read of the following article entitled Why preparing emotionally for retirement is just as important as having a financial plan – Macleans.ca, written by Linda Besner for Maclean’s Magazine. Thanks to Linda for providing me with an opportunity to share my thoughts on this very important retirement topic. #retirement #preparingforretirement #retirementidentity #CareerVitality #BrianLambier
Sub-Kit: Go Solo Interviews Career Vitality
Thanks to subkit.com for the opportunity to share a bit about Career Vitality Services Inc. and our organization’s philosophy and journey over the past 11 years. Discover Your Passion in Life – Career Vitality Services (subkit.com)https://gosolo.subkit.com/career-vitality-services/
How to Transition Successfully into Your Retirement
Creating a smooth transition from career to your retirement lifestyle may often lead to unexpected challenges, and feelings of uncertainty . I recently had the pleasure of speaking with journalist Karen Durrie for her Postmedia article. The key to a successful transition to retirement is to plan ahead | Calgary Herald Happy reading! For more information about our retirement transition services https://careervitality.ca/retirement-transition-calgary/
From all of us at Career Vitality Services have a peaceful and magical holiday season, and a prosperous new year in 2022 😊
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