If you ask one of the 11,000 people who retire every day in the US, you’ll probably get close to 11,000 different answers on what “retirement” means. Why? Well, because retirement is a very personal thing that is unique to each individual experiencing it.
The average age of retirement is 57 ½ years. That translates into 30 to 40 years that each Boomer has ahead of them to live their dreams and reach their full potential.
So what does one “do” with all of these years that are fast approaching? And how do these highly educated, affluent and all around savvy pre-retiree Baby Boomers get the greatest fulfillment and find meaning in these later years?
Boomers need a trusted guide — someone who can provide sound consultation and generate options in a clear and understandable way. They need a person who specializes in Retirement Coaching to help them navigate overlapping transitions with finesse, clarity and optimism. Boomers need skilled, certified retirement coaches.
We invite you to learn more about Retirement Coaching and see if becoming a certified Retirement Coach is a good match for you.