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Revivement

Having a Life After Making a Living

Now is the time to revive your life after retirement to a much-awaited freedom

We provide lectures, workshops and seminars to educate pre and present retirees on how to enjoy Revivement after retirement.

Customizable workshops and lectures about Revivement to support individuals and companies in developing:

  • A transition plan to get from full-time work to a full-time life (which might include work)

  • A 10-step roadmap offering guidance with clarity and goals

  • Assessment tools and worksheets

  • Workshops and seminars to design and implement the journey

  • Strategies to adapt to the first year of change

Change the word and change your world. Change retirement to revivement.

“I’ve had the good fortune to know Gloria for more than 40 years and throughout that time I’ve witnessed her ability to reinvent herself – and to help others do the same thing. Her energy and enthusiasm are inspiring, and in fact contagious. I’ve previewed this latest book and find it filled with inspiring stories, exercises, and good advice. Gloria, as always, remains a vital resource in a changing time.”

Robert Stein, President/CEO American Society on Aging

“This is a must read for anyone retiring or already retired. Gloria takes you on a journey to the innovations being discovered that will impact your longevity. She gives you the elements of a satisfying and fulfilling life. And, she provides exercises to help you think through how you want the rest of your life to be.”

Ken Dychtwald, Ph.D., CEO of Age Wave and author of A New Purpose: Redefining Money, Family, Work, Retirement, and Success

“Planning for retirement is usually focused on saving enough money to retire. Rarely is a careful assessment made to maximize what this exciting stage of life can bring in terms of happiness, love and mental and physical fulfillment.  Rather than just hoping it will all work out, Gloria provides an easy-to-follow roadmap to making “revivement” a time for achieving unmet dreams and making new ones come true. It’s a gift to us all.”

Bruce W. Burtch, author of Win-Win for the Greater Good and recognized internationally as a pioneer in the field of cross-sector partnerships and cause marketing

Gloria Dunn-Violin has coined a new word and a new philosophy for your second half of life in her hot off the press book (in March 2017) called Revivement: Having a Life After Making a Living. She suggests with fervor that anyone over 50 is ready to have a rebirth; and to renew and revitalize a life that has been waiting for this auspicious time.

Gloria says that the old thinking that says you’re done when you retire is wrong, and wants pre-and present retirees to wake up to a new and better life in their later years. “You’ve earned it and you deserve it,” she says and adds “Now is the time to revive your life to a much-awaited freedom with your much-developed knowledge, experience and wisdom.”

Her book will give you a taste of proven scientific research that informs you about how to make your brains smarter and younger; how to influence your genes for your health; and how to increase your longevity.

She also writes about the beauties of age, how to plan the rest of your life, and the ten keys to make a life of meaning and fulfillment. You’ll learn about purpose, activities, community, on-going learning, and more ingredients of a good, wholesome life. Her Get-Up-and-Go-Guidebook provides a bevy of exercises that will guide you to achieve your personal goals.

This is a must read for everyone over 50, and will stimulate you to enjoy your later years with gusto.

Revivement: Having a Life After Making a Living is the other side of an individual’s journey that was developed in Gloria’s first award-winning book, From Making a Living to Having a Life, in which she focused on people in the workplace. She has written for publication countrywide, and presently writes a monthly column for the North Bay Business Journal.

Gloria says, “I’ve been fortunate to work at what I love to do to help people have their best life possible”—25 years in organizational behavior and development, and the prior 10 years in public relations. Now in her third career at age 77, she is focused on this special time of life through professional speaking, giving seminars and writing. “And, I’m having a blast,” she says.

Gloria also offers programs at conferences and for corporations and financial services on how to prepare employees and clients with meaningful advice about retirement life and aging.

Visit her website: www.havingalifenow.com.