Are you an educator thinking about retirement in the next five to ten years? Do you love your work, AND worry about what comes next?
My goal is to help you through this transition and build a new life.
Through my coaching, you’ll be on the road to making the next part of your life an exciting new adventure. The good life means so many different things to all of us. I am here to help you find your path in the good life.
I help retiring educators build and implement new life plans. I begin the process by assessing your preparation and readiness in six life arenas of Career and Work, Health and Wellness, Finance and Insurance, Leisure and Social, Personal Development, and Family and Relationships. I review where you are at with each life arena and we decide what areas to focus on to build your mission statement and action steps to assist you in your new life plan. I will assist you in implementing the plan to help you in your new life’s purpose.
Are you ready to live the good life?
Then, what are you waiting for?
Contact Mark Today!
I offer a no-obligation introductory coaching call for those considering working with a coach to build and implement their new lives. No risk; just a BIG reward: You will leave with a fresh perspective and concrete tools to create your exciting next chapter.
This will be a private, confidential 30-minute call with me. There are a limited number of these so take action now!
Email Mark at email@example.com to start living the good life!
Retire to the Good Life was unofficially started many years ago when I was working with retiring teachers at my high school. Each year I would get a handful of teachers coming to me trying to figure out the next stage in their life. I would help them figure out their purpose and connection for what they needed in life from getting a part-time job, volunteering, getting ready for a new career path or simply to find a way to explore their passion and dreams. We would talk where they would live, their daily schedule to did they want to take care of their grandchildren or travel from time to time.Mark Danaher