is retirement what its cracked up to be
is retirement what its cracked up to be

Maybe. Maybe Not.

By Bob Barber

I’m reading a fantastic book right now called “The New Retirementality” that I learned about at a national Christian financial conference in Orlando, Florida. This book exposes a myth we have come to believe in America: when we obtain a certain age like 65, we should retire, and retirement is automatically an easy, enjoyable transition.

While attending the presentation, the author, Mitch Anthony, had us do several assessments that really opened my eyes about the myth of retirement. Why? Retirement for many can actually create boredom, isolation, lack of structure, and loss of identity. On the other hand, if retirement is done right, is can be full of purpose driven activities, an active social life, community engagement, physical activity and supporting worthy causes. A wonderful thing!

I highly recommend that anyone who is about to retire, thinking about retiring, or is already retired, to read “The New Retirementality” by Mitch Anthony. Also, if you would like to take the assessments I completed at the conference that were so eye opening, please contact me. These assessments complement the Fit to Retire® coaching program we offer. As always, if you need a retirement guide, I am here to help you.

Check out our other newsletter sections below:

The Messenger Newsletter

Retirement Edition
retirement edition

Are You Fit To Retire?

By Bob Barber
are you fit to retire

Office Mascot Athena

Gets Put To Work
Athena and newsletters

Tactically Managed Accounts

Market Update
tactically managed accounts

Is Retirement All It's Cracked Up To Be?

Maybe. Maybe Not.
is retirement what its cracked up to be

Habitat For Humanity Volunteer Day

The First of 2016
habitat volunteer day

Refer A Friend

refer a friend

Do you have a friend, family member, or colleague that could benefit from our services? If so, refer them to our mobile friendly website, or we have a packet of information we would love to share with them to them. Just call our office at 830-609-6986 and we can get out the information to help your friends!