December 26, 2017 Byron Thompson No comments exist

One of our biggest challenges as we enter into or are in our so called second chapter of life is complacency. The second chapter starts at a different time for each of us. It is when we move from what has been our principal occupation to the next phase in our lives. In interviewing people for my upcoming book, Finding Happiness in Retirement I found many people who did not have a specific plan for the years ahead. They/we have been caught off guard in a way. Those of us who retired at the traditional age of 65 or younger were not aware of the findings at The Stanford Center on Longevity that tells us we can expect an additional 25 to 30 years of life.
For some ideas on enriching our second chapter of life email me and I will send you a free copy of my booklet entitled 5 Keys to Retirement Happiness.

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