About My Life's Encore
Encore – a second achievement that especially surpasses the first. (Merriam Webster)
The current thinking of retirement is that we work for 35-45 years and then we “retire” and stop doing what we have been doing. That was the way retirement played out for previous generations who typically held one or only few jobs for their entire careers.
The “New Retirement” for those in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and even 60s will likely look much different. People are living longer, changing jobs and careers more often, and deciding to create a more balanced lifestyle during their working years. As a result, how we retire will need to change to accommodate these and other factors.
Our “Encore” is a time later in our lives when we can continue to do extraordinary things instead of the lights fading to black and the show ending!
My Life’s Encore was created for people planning for, nearing, or just beginning retirement.
It is a resource to help people contemplate how they want to live their lives during this time, ponder all the possibilities and opportunities, and plan for the financial, work, purpose, active, health, leisure and travel pursuits decisions and considerations that confront us during this time.
My Life’s Encore provides ideas, inspiration, guidance and encouragement for you to reach your prosperous and enjoyable encore. It includes articles curated from a variety of sources on the topics below.
The site includes five topics of articles and videos to help you plan for your encore:
WORK & MEANINGLiving your encore doing what you are passionate about provides meaning to your work. If you are going to live longer and want to work during retirement, do something that inspires and motivate you!
The site also includes a Blog, Resources, About, and What We Do pages for additional ideas, inspiration, resources and guidance on the non-financial aspects of retirement to help you learn more about us and how we can help.
To be able to have this freedom during your encore takes planning and preparation beginning years before you decide to make this change. Not only does it take planning for the financial side of retirement, but it also takes considerable thought and planning on the non-financial aspects that accompany retirement.
This is the Encore of your life, make the most of your time!
Reid Stone MBA, CPRC
My Life’s Encore