Planning for retirement was easier for past generations. When your time came to leave the workforce, you probably received a pension and a gold watch. Maybe you spent your remaining years sipping tea in a rocking chair on the front porch. Unfortunately, those days are gone, and we want to bring you out of the glory days and into reality.
Retirement doesn’t have to be overwhelmingly complicated. There’s beauty in simplicity, and sometimes, we tend to make retirement planning harder than it needs to be.
The emotional and logical parts of your brain often conflict. The emotional part usually has more influence, but the logical part thinks it’s in charge. This lends itself to justifying emotional decisions with (bad) logic. We’ll explore some of the excuses you’re making.
Fear and procrastination will lead to all sorts of trouble in your financial life. If these emotions cause you to continuously change your financial goals, learn why, and discover how to put a firm plan in place.
Declare your independence from Uncle Sam, your paycheck, and market volatility. Discover how to live freely with peace of mind in retirement.