Retirement coach and author, Doug Passanisi, discusses being forced to leave a position he had worked at for nearly 20 years. He suddenly realized he was 60, retired, and vulnerable along with being single without a partner to share...
What does the word “retirement” conjure up for you? Thoughts of a permanent vacation or an “End of the Road” sign? This phase of your life isn’t either one of those. Oh, for a while it may feel just like...
I hear it a couple of times every week: “Getting old is a bitch!” Or the overworked, less profane version: “Getting old isn’t for sissies!” Occasionally, someone will resort to an attempt at the comedic approach and borrow the classic: “If...
There are non-financial areas of our lives that need to be thought about and planned for prior to making the transition into retirement.  If we avoid or put these off, these areas become like "potholes" we encounter while driving...
Working beyond (into) retirement has many benefits in addition to the benefit of additional income. In the first episode of Beyond the Numbers of Retirement, my guest, Gary Allen Foster and I look at why people's view of retirement...
Having spent my entire career in the financial advisory industry, and now as a retirement coach and a member of the Retirement Coaches Association, a recent article in the Journal of Financial Planning titled Time Allocations and Self-Reported Happiness...
An article in the Washington Post about Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski before last year's NCAA basketball tournament caught my attention and led to a similar blog post before last years NCAA tournament.  I thought it was even more...
When my son was in his early teens, his favorite groups to listen to were many of the rock bands I grew up listening to. Many of these band members are now in their 60s and 70s. He...
When planning for retirement, we put a lot of focus and planning for the financial aspects of retirement. To create a plan that is balanced- we must also plan for the NON-Financial aspects.
I recently wrote a book with other members of the Retirement Coaches Association. We each contributed a chapter. It is a collection of wisdom and insights covering nearly every aspect of the non-financial aspects of retirement. 
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