Just like the rest of your body, your brain changes as you age. Sometimes those changes are normal and relatively minor, such as forgetting a word or a person’s name. In a small number of adults, however, those changes are indicative of something more severe that...
The Observer Effect is the tendency for people to change their behavior if they know they’re being watched. The interesting thing about it is that it seems to work even if you’re both the watcher and the watched. In other words, monitoring what you do seems to...
Quick review. At Intentional Retirement, we believe that retirement is an intentional way of living that prioritizes freedom, fulfillment, purpose and relationships. It starts today and is an incremental process of aligning your lifestyle and...
Retirement is more than a number.
“I can sleep at night”
“I have a reason to get up in the morning”
“I have a secure and fulfilling life”
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Unfortunately, most people don’t know if they’re on track for retirement (money) or have a clear idea of what to do when they get there (meaning). That’s a problem.
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