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December 31, 2018

Upgrade Your New Year’s Resolutions with One of These 6 Helpful Tools

by Joe Casey Are New Year’s Resolutions passe’? The eye test says yes. You see the crowd of new people at the gym on January 2nd, only to see them fade away by Valentine’s Day. Data also backs this up. One survey showed that “only 16.3% of people over the age of 50 achieve their resolutions.” (1) Why? Most resolutions are based on only one strategy. Willpower. And what we know about willpower is it tends to fade over time. It gets depleted. Dicey. But resolutions are based on very good intentions and a positive vision of your future. Keep those […]
December 11, 2018
Best Books On Aging Well

Looking for a Better Gift? Share Insights on How to Retire Well

by Joe Casey One of the greatest gifts I ever received came from my mother. My grandfather was the Fire Chief in my hometown north of Boston and I spent a lot of time at the main firehouse. Right across the street was our public library. Since hanging out too long at the firehouse was probably dangerous, my mother took me to the library frequently from a very young age. It opened up a whole new world. It gave me a love of reading that continues to this day. This year, I am grateful for the opportunity to talk with authors on our podcast […]
December 10, 2018

Thinking About Retiring? Say “I Do” to Curiosity

by Denis Wuestman Last year I wrote a blog about lessons learned observing a one-year-old turning the pages of a picture book (Turn the Page).  The lesson for retirees is that we too have to turn the page if we want to move forward and experience the great things that freedom affords us in this next phase of our lives.  This may mean leaving some things behind as it is hard to fully appreciate the next page until you move from where you are today. A New Lesson – The Curiosity-Creativity Link Yes, moving forward is a key first step.  But, the two-year-old isn’t […]

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