Ah, retirement-you've anticipated this life stage for years, but now that it's finally here, you're not quite sure what to do with it.
Presenting 99 fresh ideas to keep you active and engaged, I'm Retired...Now What? is more than just a list of things to do. Written by a financial advisor who has worked with retirees for more than sixteen years, this guide helps you see your continued value and recognize the importance of living this new phase well.
Organized into different categories, from physical to intellectual to spiritual, this book offers creative suggestions beyond the typical exercise, travel, and hobbies-though it does touch on these tips, as well. Discover how volunteering can energize you or a part-time job can give you a renewed sense of purpose. Find ways to spend more quality time with friends and family. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to retirement, this richly varied list gives you a place to start-and inspires you to consider what it means for you to continue pursuing an ever-expanding, joy-filled life every day.
Welcome to the wonder of retirement!
|Publisher:||Kyle A. Sadler|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)|
About the Author
Inventor and former owner of the nationally known website BarterOnly.com, Kyle A. Sadler, AIF, CRC, is the president of Precept Wealth Management, an investment advisory firm based on Christian fundamentals and values. He holds a business administration BS in accounting from Sam Houston State University, has more than twenty years of experience working in the financial industry, and is the author of two long-running retirement seminars and a corporate training program for financial advisors.
Specializing in helping baby boomers successfully transition into retirement, Sadler has expanded his services over the years to include retirement counseling as well as financial advisement.
Happy husband of Denise and proud father of Kyli and Zoe, Sadler values family time, from volunteering and doing mission work together to enjoying a good Houston Astros baseball game. He is active in his church and currently serves as an executive board member for the Aldine Education Foundation.