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May 31, 2015
If you're due to retire in the near future, how will you make the most of the freedom, choices and opportunities available to you?
How much thought have you given to the life and lifestyle transitions that retirement will bring?
Are you aware of the potential pitfalls associated with retirement and do you have strategies to overcome them?
Hello! My name is Ann Harrison. I’m passionate about helping people like you to get the happiest, healthiest, most vital, productive, energetic, prosperous and fulfilling retirement you could possibly have, whilst, at the same time, helping you to balance having the kind of retirement you want and deserve to have, with planning to meet your future needs.
I'm a Retirement Options™ trained retirement coach and trainer and a Too Young To Retire™ facilitator. I'm also the author of Thought Provokers: Questions You Need to Ask Yourself BEFORE You Retire and The Retirement Detox Programme: 40 days to get your retirement back on track. You can find out more about me here. But enough about me. What about you?
My free course, The 6 Stages of Retirement, will give you a birds-eye view of the retirement process so you know what to expect. It includes a list of the major pitfalls at every stage of the process and self-coaching questions to help you avoid those pitfalls. Just click on the image below and you'll be taken to the sign-up page...
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I love the idea that there is a contemporary retirement coach.
Dr. Dorree Lynn
Posted by: Dr. Dorree Lynn | May 29, 2007 at 01:10 AM
Glad I ran across your site! Loved the Zimmers video!
Posted by: Jay S. Daughtry, M.Ed. | June 14, 2007 at 04:12 PM
It is great to have such a rewarding job as to be able to help senior citizens have the best retirement possible. The more you give, the more relaxing and stress free their retirement will become. Most people nearing retirement age decide to buy a new house and settle down in a nice area. I don't believe that any senior citizen should carry the burden of having to do the labor part of moving. There are numerous companies out there standing by willing to assist you with your move. Whether you need help packing, loading, renting a storage unit, unloading, or even if you need available boxes for the move. There are some great companies out there.
Posted by: Bridget Reno | February 02, 2009 at 12:30 AM
Someone who can coach people through retirement is a great idea. Tons of people have great aspirations, but a great coach to push them there, and the right source of information are the perfect formula for success.
Posted by: Your Retirement Plan | March 03, 2009 at 05:52 AM
Great retirement articles. I sent a couple to my friends.
Posted by: lauren | May 12, 2009 at 06:50 PM
Thanks, Lauren - I appreciate that.
Posted by: Ann Harrison | May 13, 2009 at 06:43 AM
“The most important things in life aren't things.”
You got some great material on here, I see why people love your blog so much. Will make sure we subscribe to rss and keep up with your new stuff. Thanks so much for writing. Me and my family are on 3 year trip around the world having a blast. Come visit our blog we update with all types of crazy stuff.
Brian and Rhonda Swan
Posted by: Unstoppable Family | June 26, 2010 at 09:30 AM
Hi Brian and Rhonda. What a fabulous lifestyle you have! Thanks for stopping by and inspiring us... Ann
Posted by: Ann Harrison | July 18, 2010 at 10:32 AM
My husband and I decided to go around the world when we retired. But you're idea is nice too; maybe we should also take into consideration how to spend wisely as seniors. My husband took a housing community for both of us where we'd stay together the rest of our lives. But before all that we, will go back to Pennsylvania to exchange our vows again and sail the seas according to plan.
Posted by: Cara Larose | March 07, 2011 at 02:36 AM
Your 'round-the-world' trip sounds great, Cara. Looks like you've got a lot to look forward to... All the very best to you both. Enjoy your retirement.
Posted by: Ann Harrison | March 07, 2011 at 07:10 PM
Thanks Ann! May you be blessed! All the best for you too.
Posted by: Cara Larose | March 10, 2011 at 01:36 AM