Longevity and the New Journey of Retirement
Hot off the press – The view of Canadian retirees and pre-retirees age 45 and older on retirement!
Webinar: The Real Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Retire
For this webinar I partnered with friend and colleague Glory Gray of Glory Gray Wealth Solutions to help you get answers to the REAL questions you should ask yourself before you retire.
Life lessons from a boat
You can learn to do anything competently when driven by a sense of purpose or necessity. Knowing of what you are capable will not reveal itself without quaking in your boots.
Don’t judge a book by its cover
A bunch of cyclists set out to tackle a 100 km (62 miles) ride with over 1100 metres (3200 feet) of elevation gain. What is your mental image of those riders?
Expected age of retirement
What do you call it when someone leaves work at age 55? Beats me. Ask the person leaving work!
Accepting that the horrible feelings that arise in the messy middle are requisites to letting go and moving forward ultimately leads to the treasures of “what is to come.”
Are we underestimating the over 60 crowd?
If we look at people over sixty as a valuable resource rather than over the hill, we help to unleash one of the world’s most powerful resources.
The second half of life – it starts with a transition
People in the second half of life are resurrecting the courage, calm, and confidence that got lost along the way in life and trying to understand what the heck is going on inside.
Podcast: The Real Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Retiring
Join me and Glory Gray of Glory Gray Wealth Solutions on The Women’s Wealth Canada Podcast as we tackle the real questions you should ask yourself before retiring.
When interests don’t align – yours and your partner’s
What are couples most worried about looking ahead to retirement? Getting enough alone time. Concern about different interests and priorities was a scant second.