Stephen White

Practical Job Search Tips for Older Applicants

One of my clients is an older individual who was recently downsized by a major organization.  Being over age 50 and a long-service employee he was concerned about how to compete in today’s job market.  A recent article he read in an established business journal offered quaint advice for older applicants such… Read More ›

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Seven Ways to Retire Like a ‘Rock Star’

When my son was a teenager, his favorite groups to listen to were many of the bands that I grew up listening to; Def Leppard, Foreigner, Boston, Kansas, Queen, the Beatles, etc.  And he wanted to see these bands, or what is left of them, live.  As he explained it… Read More ›

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The Importance of Keeping Your Mind & Body in Motion

“You are only as old as you feel” they used to say, and while there is some still truth to this statement, it turns out that it might be more accurate to say, “You are only as old as you think”. Recent studies have indicated that the secret to a… Read More ›

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OMG, I am 76! Insights from 8 Decades on Planet Earth

A lot of people stress out about being 76. They are afraid to tell their age. They think it is the end and that 76 is really, really old. I remember when I thought that also. Today I think that 76 is the time I am really blossoming……A celebration of… Read More ›

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“Living an Examined Life: Wisdom for the Second Half of the Journey” a Book Review

A book review based upon Living an Examined Life: Wisdom for the Second Half of the Journey, authored by James Hollis, Ph.D., © Sound True, Inc. 2018. “As we age we march towards uniqueness, our authentic selves.” This is one of the principle tenants of the Retirement Options coaching certification… Read More ›

Tracy Grajewski

Thriving, Not Just Surviving in Retirement

The notion of retirement has changed drastically in the past 20 years. The main drivers to this change in perspective are advances in science and medicine as well as our understanding of healthy lifestyle choices. Simply, we are living longer, healthier lives. Hooray! In fact, many of us may enjoy… Read More ›

Sue Mintz

Being “Fit” in Retirement

When planning for retirement, have you planned to do anything other than being financially “fit”? Complement being financially “fit” with being “fit” emotionally, socially, and physically. Here are some suggestions to help you reach that goal. 1) Plan something to look forward to As with any change, retirement can be… Read More ›

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Purposeful Retirement for Medical Practitioners

My entrance into retirement coaching developed from my experience as a hospital administrator, and my desire to address a persistent and growing issue within my health care industry—the escalating rates of physician burnout and suicide. Professional burnout in the medical community is at an epidemic level. On any given day,… Read More ›

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“The New Retirement and Happiness – A Piece of Cake”

After devoting a good part of life to their work, baby boomers are expecting a happy retirement. Sounds as easy, right? Our experience of helping over 160 individuals plan their retirement, tells us that it is not always a piece of cake. Creating happiness in retirement often requires significant reflection… Read More ›

Nancy Collamer

“5 Ways to Find Second-Act Career Options”

There’s a little-known fact about second act careers that might surprise you: Most people don’t really reinvent their careers for retirement. Instead, they repurpose and recycle their skills in new ways. They take the threads of their hobbies, interests and old jobs and weave them together into new lifestyle-friendly options for… Read More ›