Tag Archives: satisfaction
“I expected to be in a better place. The golden years have become rusty years.” That was a sobering quote from a retiree in Boston, sharing his real-life experience in a video interview and looking back at some early-life decisions … Continue reading
As a young person, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. In retirement, all play and no work makes Jack a bored old man. A variety of activities in retirement, including work of some sort, is still … Continue reading
How will you spend your time in retirement? My wife is a knitter (she knit the Dale of Norway sweater I’m wearing, based on the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City), so she’s ahead of me: she already has … Continue reading
Ken Dychtwald has written a very informative book titled “With Purpose: Going From Success to Significance in Work and Life.” I included a quote in this video from former President Jimmy Carter that offers some insight into what’s really important … Continue reading
Why do you suppose older athletes like Brett Favre, Michael Jordan, Tom Watson, etc. keep playing? For the money? Maybe; more likely–for the satisfaction from their work. How will you define your great retirement?
Billy Graham: Nearing Home: How To Live Ones Latter Years And The Reality of Heaven. The Bible has a lot to teach us on the topic of growing older, including the fact that God has a reason for keeping here … Continue reading
A recent study found that 45- to 74-year-olds describe the Good Life as having enough money, being healthy, and engaging in meaningful activities. At Integrity Financial Planning, we refer to this as health, wealth and happiness, the three core factors … Continue reading