Do you often wonder what you need to do in the next few years before retirement?
Are you afraid of leaving your comfort zone?
Do you sometimes fear you won’t have a reason to get out of bed each morning?
What will you do to fill your time in retirement?
Do you know people who have retired and passed away shortly after and resolved to make sure that won’t happen to you?
If you answer “YES” to any of these questions, I’m the one to help you to make and carry out your new life plan.
Baby Boomers reach the age of 65 every day
of pre-retirees prepared to work in retirement
the average retirement age in 2014
possible years in retirement
average number of hours you will be working
of workers age 65 with full time jobs
What is the “good life”?
The good life looks different for each of us…
starting a second career
spending time with family
volunteering in the community
picking up a new hobby
traveling to another country
going back to school for another degree
I know how to get you to the Good Life
Retire To The Good Life Coaching
As you head into retirement, the ability to handle change is very important. Finding a connection into your new life is important. Each of our coaching options are geared towards helping you create an action plan and mission statement to move forward with purpose in your life!
Single? Married? We cover all the bases
Common Mistakes pre-retirees make
thinking fun and leisure will happen all the time
not seeking the assistance of a professional coach
having no idea on how to schedule their day
Find Out How To Avoid These Mistakes
not being willing to take risks and face change
sticking with old habits and life identities
not expecting the unexpected
Just because you retire does not mean you are disconnected from life! You should be gaining a new level of engagement and direction. After years of working a nine to five schedule, it is often difficult to transition to the choices and options available to you in retirement.Mark Danaher
Are You Ready For The Good Life?