That’s the premise of this blog post. It’s longer, and more meaty than my usual posts. I hope you’ll make the time to read it to the end.
Since 2008, I have traveled around North and Central America working with conscious retirees just like you. Some successful, others struggling. And I’ve gathered quite the assortment of success stories and strategies right from the horses’ mouths.
More recently I have been helping retirees come to terms with the growing evidence of near term climate change and what’s really important in full view of it. This post is my latest and best distillation and collection of those practices and stories.
If you are looking for brief, comprehensive, step-by-step guidance to create a great retirement life, this free, online workshop may be just the thing for you.
Here are the top 4 things you asked for in a community of peers.
I don’t know about you, but the end of the year is often so busy with errands and parties and cookies and cocktails that I find it hard take the time I want for self-reflection. My 2017 was OK, and my 2018 can be even better — as long as I take the time to reflect, plan and set intentions for regret free living.
For many of us creating accountability in our lives is key to making a new Bucket List item happen or following through on a promise to ourselves.
In this post I share what I’ve learned about my second major experience of reverse engineering my deep bucket list – re-discovering who I truly am.
In this post, I will share with you why and how I took the first step in reverse engineering my deep bucket list – estimating my date with destiny.
That night, I watched Jack Nicholson’s movie The Bucket List, and changed my mind.
This story is the continuation of my previous post in which my friend Gena and I added hang gliding to our joint bucket list. Was hang gliding and The Bucket List movie only about having good times before we die? Or did they have something to do with the deeper issues?