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Monday, June 24, 2013

Adjusting to Retirement

Instead of absorbing an obsolete view of retirement, we should consider what I call your new prosperity. This includes a flexible life plan that provides for your financial, vocational, physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Unless you look at your future holistically, merely saving up a pile of money will be a meaningless act.   I think that one of the key responses to retirement is knowing who you are and you style of adapting.  I imagine that there are some very rich people who become stressed with "retirement."  In my retirement of nearly three years I find that helping others is a key factor.  And sure nothing is perfect.  It never has been