What’s the most important thing to consider as you transition into retirement?
The obvious answer is making sure you’re financially stable…
…but what about after that?
Work demanded so much of your time and provided more than just money to you.
Now you’ll be in command of your time and will need to provide those other intangibles to yourself.
Let’s dive into it…
When you hear the words legacy and retirement together, what do you think?
Most people’s mind goes straight to money.
In the dictionary it’s defined as, “an amount of money or property left to someone in a will.”
That might have something to do with it.
Yes. Money can be part of legacy, but it’s not the only part.
You’re looking to start a business in retirement, but you’re not sure what type of business makes sense for you.
There are so many different types of businesses you can start these days.
Where do you even begin?
There’s one key question you must ask yourself when deciding what type of business to pursue, and if you don’t, you’ll end up wasting your time and money.
Let’s avoid that mistake all together. Shall we?
According to one source, 53% of small business owners ranked their happiness at 9 or more…
Moving into this next stage in life, let’s make sure you’re in that 53%.
To do this you need to create a clear vision and start taking steps to make it happen.
What goes into creating that vision?
Keep on reading to find out.
It never fails. Each time you have a business idea you hear your inner critic.
You know that critic I’m talking about.
The one that always knocks you down a few rings and tells you why you can’t do it.
What would you say if I told you it was possible to silence that inner critic?
Then keep on reading.