In our 50s, 60s and 70s, we begin a new phase of life – a new chapter.
It's time to Reinvent Yourself After 50!
Are you wondering:
Am I living the life I want to live - my best life?
How do I create an exciting and meaningful future?
Join a Reinvent Yourself After 50 workshop or meet one to one with Lynn to explore these topics:
- This stage of life
- Traits of successful reinventors
- Getting Unstuck
- Achieving a high level of happiness
- Your motivators
- Purpose and Meaning
- The Right Work - paid and volunteer
- Your next chapter
About Lynn Ryder
Lynn offers one to one coaching sessions in Marin County, California and elsewhere in the San Francisco Bay Area. In the “Reinvent Yourself After 50” workshop, Lynn helps men and women in their 50s, 60s, and 70s imagine and realize a well-balanced life full of joy and fulfillment; a life that includes meaningful work – paid and volunteer. For 30-years Lynn has been a career coach and an in-house executive consultant for major corporations. In 2014 Lynn began to focus on helping men and women over 50. Lynn is the author of “Road to Fulfillment: True Stories about Changing Direction and Finding Happiness.”
Meet one to one with Lynn for a coaching session to gain clarity on where you are now in your life and the future you want to create. The coaching typically consists of four 1-hour sessions. With each session you learn hands-on tools to help you move forward in your life. The coaching is personal, supportive and completely confidential.
Here are some topics that you might explore in a coaching session with Lynn:
- Life Transitions,
- Career Transitions
- Lifestyle Planning
- Retirement Planning
- Reinvention at Mid-life
- A New Purpose
- Designing your Life
4 Personal Coaching Sessions
Single 1-hour Coaching Session
Schedule A Coaching Session
Send me an email with a few times that work well for you.
"Working with Lynn is enabling me to focus on what I want while I sort through this confusing transitional stage in my life. Lynn is empathic and practical at the same time!"
- Lorraine, San Rafael
Start A New Chapter In Life At Any Age
Reinvent Yourself After 50 Workshops
The Reinvent Yourself After 50 workshops are for everyone - singles, couples, friends. There are workshops in San Rafael, Corte Madera, Mill Valley and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. This is a proven, systematic approach to making the next years, the best years of your life.
Attend the workshop to:
- Find answers to the questions: “What’s next?” and "Am I living the life I want to live - my best life?"
- Imagine: What will I be doing in my 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s?
- Clear space in your life for creating something new.
- Take time out to reflect and take a fresh look at your life and your work.
- Get inspiration from others.
- Benefit from the synergy of a group.
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Past Participants Say...
"Two months post retirement, this workshop was exactly what I needed! With Lynn's comprehensive outline and creative exercises, group members were provided with excellent content to prioritize values, identify a healthy balance of life activities, and other factors which will contribute to a purposeful and joyful future...decade by decade."
"Lynn is an inspirational and enthusiastic teacher. Her workshop provided me direction as I transitioned into retirement. I still recall her words of wisdom regarding travel, the importance of social relationships, and finding a sense of purpose through our community or volunteer work. I highly recommend this class to others."
"Your workshop was dynamite. It was a revelation to see that there are some concrete steps to take in reinventing yourself."
"I feel EMPOWERED! I didn’t know how much I needed or would enjoy Lynn’s class."
"The class exceeded my expectations. Lynn was skilled at allowing enough individual commentary without losing control of the class. She kept on point and kept moving us forward – but the sharing really helped make the class."
"I attended the “Reinvent yourself after 50” workshop recently and I found it to be full of great tips and strategies. It also felt supportive and positive by using our past to think about how we may want to do things in the future. The things people shared made it engaging and interactive. I really enjoyed it and got a lot of out of it."
"I loved the class! It gave me a spark and clarity I needed to get back in the game and plan a fun and exciting future."
"It was good to see new possibilities for the future. It offered encouragement and motivation to act."
"The content was what I needed to open up to new possibilities."
Would you like to change your life? Are you searching for your true calling? Discover how 19 ordinary people made dramatic changes and found fulfillment through new careers, meaningful relationships, social activism, and spirituality. These inspiring men and women tell you, in their own words, about their challenges and struggles, the support that appeared in unusual guises, and their ultimate transformations. A 50-year-old CIA analyst quits the job he hates to become a movie theater owner. A single mother of two leaves computer programming to become a religious leader.
Lynn Ryder gives you practical advice and exercises so you too can discover your passion. Read Road to Fulfillment to create a happier, more meaningful life.
"Lynn Ryder makes a strong case that joy has less to do with achievement than with aliveness, choice and creativity. If you're feeling trapped, read this book to open up new possibilities for yourself. You'll find how to change your life into one that you love."
- Susan Page, author of If I'm So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single?
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Contact Lynn Ryder
Customized workshops are available. We offer:
- Programs for conferences, retreats, in-house training, outplacement, businesses, non-profits, libraries, community centers, recreation centers, and adult education
- Program lengths from 1-hour to 16-hours
- Customized workbooks from 5 pages to 35 pages
This Stage of Life
Traits of Successful Reinventors
Finding Balance - Allocating your Time
High Levels of Happiness
Transitions and Change
Life Purpose and Meaning
Picture your Future
Your Next Chapter
Creating a Routine