Common Sense Financial Podcast
Episode 40 Living a Life of Abundance After Retirement
For many people, retirement is the promised land. The time in their life where they can finally put their feet up, relax, and enjoy the fruits of their labor.
But it doesn’t always play out that way.
Once the retirement party is over and everyone goes home, you may find yourself depressed, lonely, and wondering what to do next.
You’ve spent the last 40 years or so working on your craft, building relationships, and creating value for people that your identity is completely tied up in what you do.
What happens when you stop?
Aimlessness. Drifting. Uncertainty.
There’s a reason retiring early is linked to dying earlier.
As Dan Sullivan puts it, “Saying you’re retired is like telling the universe that you’re ready to give the parts back.”
But retirement doesn’t have to be the winter of your life.
Instead, it is your opportunity to reinvent yourself and live out the second half of your life with purpose.
Check out the latest podcast episode to:
- Find out how to reframe your mindset around money and time, so that you can live a life of abundance in retirement.
- Learn how Dan Sullivan’s Time Extender thought exercise will change the way you think about your future (and why Dan plans on living to the ripe old age of 156!)
- Find a sense of purpose by asking one key question about finding your life’s mission.
- Learn how to align your money with your purpose and legacy.
The key to a successful retirement transition is to reframe your mindset about money, focus on maximizing cash flow, expand your concept of time and reinvent your purpose in life, because you are the author of your own story and there’s still more tale to tell.
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