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Ever wonder what could be? Dreaming of more? Considering a change? Join AARP Hawaii for an event designed to help Boomers explore real possibilities for reinventing life after 50+.
“Reboot Your Life: Savvy Strategies for Your Second Act,” will be held on Saturday, June 21 (8 a.m. - noon) at the Japanese Cultural Center. This is a free mini-conference featuring a keynote presentation by entrepreneur and author Christopher Gardner, whose autobiography The Pursuit of Happyness inspired the 2006 movie by that name. The event features concurrent breakout sessions focusing on health, work, relationships, technology and travel that can help inspire and support the goals you set for yourself.
There will also be a free screening of The Pursuit of Happyness featuring Q&A with Christopher Gardner on Saturday, June 21 (6 - 9 p.m.) at Mission Memorial Auditorium. Both events are free and open to the public. Register online or call toll-free 1-877-926-8300.
These sessions are part of AARP’s Life Reimagined initiative, created by AARP to help older adults turn goals and dreams into real possibilities. Life Reimagined is all about possibilities – envisioning them, evaluating them and making them reality. AARP has developed online tools and resources to help make difficult choices easier and open paths to new possibilities. Life Reimagined takes the mystery out of change and helps you realize your best options for career, relationships, finances, health and more.
The youngest of Hawaii’s Baby Boomers turns 50 this year, part of a generation searching for answers on how to live their best lives and be happy and fulfilled. Whether focused on work, money, health, or discovering new possibilities in life, older adults are looking for information that will help them reach and surpass their personal goals.
Bank of Hawaii is a presenting sponsor and the City and County of Honolulu’s Age Friendly Cities initiative is a contributing sponsor of this event.
AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with nearly 150,000 members in Hawaii. AARP helps people turn goals and dreams into real possibilities, strengthens communities and fights for the issues that matter most to families such as healthcare, employment and income security, retirement planning, affordable utilities and protection from financial abuse. www.aarp.org/hi.