Values-Based Retirement

“Make love, not war!” was the rallying cry of the infamous ’60s’ generation. While many were talking about the ‘love’ part as reflecting a new sexual freedom, others were thinking about how to stop the Vietnam War. Underneath it all values were being expressed. Perhaps not in the best way,… Read More ›


Soap Opera Selling Attracts Readers and Money

Most coaches have a blog or newsletter but struggle to attract new readers, and more importantly, fail to monetize it.  While there are a number of different ways coaches can improve upon what they are already doing, my favorite approach is referred to as Soap Opera Selling. At some point… Read More ›


Four Tips for Preparing for Retirement

After years of hard work, retirement is a good reward. It’s something everyone looks forward to: a chance to relax, pursue hobbies that you’ve never found time for, or travel. Retirement isn’t the end, but rather the beginning of a new chapter. But how do you adequately prepare for this new… Read More ›


Applying Innovation Expertise to Personal Innovation

So much of retirement planning focuses on the financial planning – providing guidance on investment balance, cash flow management, and how much should you save. But very little talks about How-to-define your retirement life – the (many) days after the big day. How do you create your best retirement life… Read More ›


If You Hate to Exercise, Read This

No matter where we go in the world and talk about Rewiring Your Future, exercise seems to be top of mind. Sometimes it is scary to hear people say they are going to run a marathon, but haven’t done any exercise in years. Yes, we have actually heard this. We always tell people to… Read More ›

Face-to-Face Contact

Face-to-Face Contact

When it comes to socializing after age 50, nothing beats face-to-face contact, according to findings of a study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University assessed the mental health of more than 11,000 adults aged 50 and older. Participants were enrolled in… Read More ›

Senior travel styles

Senior Travel Styles

The number of seniors who travel independently has increased in recent years, and today’s older travelers approach their trips differently from those of a decade ago. A study analyzing how today’s senior travelers use tourism information revealed that they can be divided into three distinct groups. “The Adventurous Experimenters are… Read More ›

Newsletter Photo - October 2015

50 Years Young: Plan, Dream, and Live Life to the Fullest

I have been waiting with great anticipation for it to come in the mail, just like my ten-year-old waits for her Disney magazine. It has not come yet, but I know that I will feel validated and special when it arrives. I am waiting for my AARP card, and the… Read More ›

Newsletter Photo - September 2015

MIND Diet Reduces Alzheimers Risk

Are you worried about your Alzheimer’s Disease risk?  Follow the MIND diet and you may be relieved to know that there is something you can do to cut your risk in half… simply by eating a healthy diet.  Even better, you do not have to be 100% compliant in order to… Read More ›

Newsletter Photo - August

8 Work-At-Home Jobs for Retirees

Older Americans looking for a little extra cash might want to investigate work-at-home opportunities. Working at home can help make ends meet by adding to Social Security and retirement income or finance the extras that are so important. Some have found working at home to be a good way to… Read More ›