CLE# 2010-029: WEBINAR: Will You Still Need Me, Will You Still Heed Me...? Making Retirement Relaxing and Relevant
Date: Wednesday, June 9, 2010
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The concept of retirement has changed dramatically from when “the greatest generation” stopped working. No longer is the only question “How much money will I need?” You need to ask yourself: How long until all that leisure time becomes boring? What if I want to do something that keeps me active, challenged, and creative? In other words, how do you stay relevant to the community, your family and friends, and, above all, yourself? Yogi Berra said it best: “The future ain’t what it used to be.”
Whether you want to retire soon or sometime down the road, if you take charge now and begin the process of creating the retirement you really want, you’ll have the best chance of living that dream. It’s time to think about:
• When should I retire?
• Should I go “of counsel?”
• Can I sell my practice?
• Is it too late for an alternative career?
• Is now the time to give back?
• And much more
What does it take to feel needed and heeded?
Roy Ginsburg is one of the most experienced attorney coaches in the country who still practices law for a select group of clients. He helps lawyers nationwide achieve practice development goals and career satisfaction, and provides outplacement counseling for lawyers who are in between jobs. In his solo practice, he is legal marketing ethics counsel to Minnesota Law & Politics® and Super Lawyers®, and FindLaw, a Thomson West company.
An attorney for more than 25 years, Roy has worked in large and small law firms, and as in-house counsel in corporate legal departments. This well-rounded perspective benefits coaching clients no matter where they practice.
Roy is also a frequent CLE speaker. Bar associations and law firms all across the country sponsor his popular programs, which are all designed to help lawyers create successful and satisfying careers. www.royginsburg.com
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