“Who exactly seeks out a coach… winners who want even more out of life.” – Chicago Tribune
Tiger Woods, Tom Brady and Cristiano Ronaldo all have coaches, as did visionaries such as Tony Robbins, Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs. Nearly all top performers have a coach who will help them to set goals, and then develop a strategy and tactics to achieve them. From learning to swing a golf club, throw a baseball or prepare for our first job interview, we can all benefit from having a coach.
Successful retirement planning is not just about hitting a net worth number. While money may help you to fund a meaning, it will not help you to find a meaning. Some people have achieved halfluence- meaning they have acquired enough money to retire, but lack purpose in their life.
A permanent vacation may sound appealing, however, it can quickly turn to boredom once the “honeymoon phase” wears off. Retiring to a life of reading, golf and going on walks sounds great, until that’s all you have to fill your days.
Professional athletes and high-level executives use coaches to help manage their time, set goals, envision new possibilities, and take their game to the next level. Retirement coaches do the same thing. They work with you to help create a retirement that is the beginning, not the end, of new possibilities and experiences.
People who thrive in retirement use coaches to help them navigate through challenges, and discover opportunities that will offer them a better Return on Life. Learn how to live your best life possible with the money you have!