Living longer affects us all in different ways – here are some surprising common themes
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Baby ‘gloomers’ are reaching retirement age and many think they have a problem. Often they do, but not necessarily the problem they imagined. Baby ‘gloomers’ are the younger siblings that hang off the coattails of the Baby Boomer – they lack the brash confidence of their swinging sixties elders. For them ‘Free Love’ was replaced […]
In the game of life the real winners are those who have the most fun with the most possible toys as they play the game. You know you’ve got it wrong if you get to the last play and discover that all your toys are still in their boxes!
Many people spend a life-time saving and in doing so some have created considerable wealth. What they are not so good at is deciding what to do with their nest egg – these are the people who need a Spending Plan
The benefits of taking time out to stand back and reflect
When deciding ‘what next?’ in life the approach needed is remarkably similar, whatever your age
How is it that some young people, early in their careers, have not only recognised the profound changes through which we are all living, but have already adapted their life planning to take full advantage of their changed expectations
The most important thing about choosing a career direction is finding something you are good at and enjoy. Success tends to follow
If you think about anything, think about what you want to do between now and the time time you draw your last breath…
Finding confidence with clarity focus and direction, can be transformative, but may also spook those around you. Stick with it – there is no bigger prize!