“Live long and prosper” — this iconic greeting from a beloved science fiction character takes on new meaning as you approach your retirement years. What steps can you take to aspire toward this goal?
Compelling scientific evidence indicates that living long and living well is most realistic for those who are socially engaged, practice healthy living behaviors and are able to build financial security. But mere knowledge of these steps is often not sufficient to motivate people to take the necessary action steps to improve their lives. People often do best by integrating scientific knowledge with intention, inspiration, and imagination. And that’s where noetic principles can really help!
Live Long and Prosper:
A Noetic Look at Longevity and Retirement
A Webinar with Steve Vernon in Partnership with IONS
April 14, 2021
11:00am – Noon Program (PDT)
Noon – 12:30pm Social Hour
To help you best prepare for your “rest-of-life,” IONS welcomes guest speaker Steve Vernon, who will present a free webinar that covers basic concepts of longevity as they relate to retirement planning, and along the way it weaves together noetic principles. The target audience for this webinar is people in their 50s and older. However, if you’re younger than age 50, you might gain insights into the challenges and opportunities that your parents and older relatives and friends are facing.
Steve Vernon, FSA, an independent retirement researcher, author, and educator, will lead the webinar. Steve is a research scholar at the Stanford Center on Longevity, and he has authored seven books on retirement planning. Steve has also been a member of IONS for more than two decades, and he often uses noetic concepts to connect with his audiences.
About the Presenter
Steve Vernon, FSA, is president of Rest-of-Life Communications and a research scholar at the Stanford Center on Longevity. In both roles, he actively researches, writes, and speaks on the most challenging issues facing pre-retirees and retirees today, including financial, health, and lifestyle concerns. He has published seven books on retirement planning. His two most recent books are Don’t Go Broke in Retirement: A Simple Plan to Build Lifetime Retirement Income (2020) and Retirement Game-Changers: Strategies for a Healthy, Financially Secure, and Fulfilling Long Life (2018).
Steve has also written regular columns for Forbes.com and CBS MoneyWatch for more than 10 years. Additionally, he has published dozens of articles and research reports on retirement topics. He is an independent retirement educator and does not sell insurance or investments. To read Steve’s research reports, please visit the publications page of the Stanford Center on Longevity.