Why wait until the end of the year to recap the best episodes of this retirement podcast? In 2022, it’ll be quarterly. I know you’re busy and can’t catch all the conversations. But you won’t want to miss any of these.
A lot of ground was covered in the first quarter of the year, including:
- How cognitive bias goes beyond financial matters – and why you’ll want to think big about your future
- Why conventional thinking on retirement planning can get in the way of your future
- The best way to begin working on your worthy goals
- How to turn the stress of retiring into strength
- Why the second half of life can be the best half – if you get ahead of the second curve
Listen to the full episodes from these links:
Interested in more wisdom? Scan all of the conversations in this retirement podcast here
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Today, in addition to his work with clients, Joe hosts The Retirement Wisdom Podcast, which thanks to his guests and loyal listeners, ranks in the top 1.5 % globally in popularity by Listen Notes. Business Insider has recognized him as one of 23 innovative coaches who are making a difference.
He’s the author of Win the Retirement Game: How to Outsmart the 9 Forces Trying to Steal Your Joy coming this summer.
Intro and Outro voiceovers by Ross Huguet.