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Volunteering in retirement doesn’t just benefit the world, it benefits the retiree. Staying involved as a senior citizen… • Read More »

I have met with many clients as they prepare for retirement or a second (or encore) act. While they… • Read More »

Many of us believe that retirement will be all sunsets and beaches. We just walk off our job and… • Read More »

Whether you are a CEO or a floor manager, there are very similar experiences as you prepare to… • Read More »

For some of us, there comes a day when we wonder if we are in the right career.… • Read More »

This article is from SilverNest. To see original article, click here. Many baby boomers and older adults remember growing… • Read More »

It’s interesting that most stockbrokers, financial planners, and insurance agents and their clients have a principal-agent problem. A… • Read More »

A positive attitude can do wonders for your health. A pleasant demeanor can not only reduce your risk… • Read More »

If you’re thinking about retiring around age 65, you need to start thinking about the 4 building blocks… • Read More »

You and your children may live to 100+. How will you have a fulfilling work-life balance? Companies are… • Read More »

Most adults are aware of the fact that the earlier you begin investing for retirement, the more money… • Read More »

“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. While this may sound like an old cliché it illustrates… • Read More »


Top Volunteer Opportunities For Older Adults

Top Volunteer Opportunities For Older Adults

Volunteering in retirement doesn’t just benefit the world, it benefits the retiree. Staying involved as a senior citizen volunteer can help you maintain your mental and physical health as well as helping you stay involved in your community. It helps you stay social and can give you a strong sense of purpose during the often difficult transition […]

Choosing an Encore Act

Choosing an Encore Act

I have met with many clients as they prepare for retirement or a second (or encore) act. While they all dream of that initial laid-back beach environment, many come to the realization that they want to be active and involved in life. Typically, they want to do something different or expand on something they have done as […]

The Stress of Retiring Together – Couples Need to Talk

The Stress of Retiring Together – Couples Need to Talk

Many of us believe that retirement will be all sunsets and beaches. We just walk off our job and head into this blissful retirement that we all dream of. While this can be a reality, there are so many underlying issues that couples need to address way before the big day! The problem is that often neither partner […]

Preparing for the Loss of Power and Status…

Preparing for the Loss of Power and Status…

Whether you are a CEO or a floor manager, there are very similar experiences as you prepare to leave a career or position of power. Typically, most people invest their entire lives in their careers. Work is the only thing they consider and focus on, often at the expense of relationships, outside interests and friends.  While this focus […]

Make a Successful Mid-Life Career Change

Make a Successful Mid-Life Career Change

For some of us, there comes a day when we wonder if we are in the right career. We wake up each morning lacking energy and excitement about what we are doing. We begin to think, am I in the right place for me? Is it time to change careers? Do I know what I […]

Living Alone is Hazardous to Our Health

Living Alone is Hazardous to Our Health

This article is from SilverNest. To see original article, click here. Many baby boomers and older adults remember growing up with a house that was always full of people. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and the random stranger coming through town were common experiences. People would just “stop by” – and no one cared! My husband and […]

19 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Financial Advisor

19 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Financial Advisor

It’s interesting that most stockbrokers, financial planners, and insurance agents and their clients have a principal-agent problem. A principal-agent problem is a situation where the objectives of the employer (client) and the employee (advisor) simply don’t align. That is, the advisor doesn’t necessarily act to promote the well-being of his or her client. If a […]

Want to Live Longer? Adopt a Positive Attitude Towards Aging

Want to Live Longer? Adopt a Positive Attitude Towards Aging

A positive attitude can do wonders for your health. A pleasant demeanor can not only reduce your risk of heart disease, but it can also strengthen your immune system and help fight off disease. In fact, researchers have gone so far as to say that a positive attitude can add as much as 7.5 years […]

Don’t Wait till You Retire – Start Now

Don’t Wait till You Retire – Start Now

If you’re thinking about retiring around age 65, you need to start thinking about the 4 building blocks . To have a fulfilling life in which you have the money you want to enjoy life, the health you need to fully appreciate life’s wonders, strong relationships with family and friends, and engage in the purposeful […]

How do you use GROWTHH Time?

How do you use GROWTHH Time?

You and your children may live to 100+. How will you have a fulfilling work-life balance? Companies are learning that, in the longevity economy, people prefer not to stop working at the “traditional retirement age”; they want to stay productive for a number of reasons, only one of which is economic. In a world with […]



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