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Third Time’s a Charm

I’ve retired three times . . . so far. I wanted to become a doctor since the age of six, so one fear I initially had was the loss of identity. My occupation defines me to a large extent, but I tried to focus on all the other characteristics that… Read More ›

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Ageism Strikes Hard In The Age Of Covid-19

Do you have a parent or other loved one in a skilled nursing facility or a senior housing community (independent living, assisted living, memory care, and continuing care retirement communities)? If so, it’s a challenging and even frustrating time, isn’t it? The facility where your loved one resides is probably… Read More ›

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Retirement Coaching through the COVID-19 Crisis

Retirement coaching is more important than ever because of the coronavirus crisis that we are currently facing. This is not just a health crisis. It is also having a profound effect on the global economy, on personal and business finances, and on social structures. Businesses, organizations, and individuals are adapting… Read More ›