Another chance to join my retirement masterclass
Did you watch my Retirement Rebellion Masterclass last month? I had a great turnout and I hope if you attended that you enjoyed it as much as I did.
The time won’t have suited everyone so I’m excited to announce that my retirement masterclass is now available for you to view at your leisure here.
Reaching retirement is a celebration of a new chapter and a chance to embrace a new life that work would never allow. So why do so many people feel disconnected, disheartened, and disoriented by retirement?
In my FREE masterclass, I am sharing my D.A.R.E process, a proven 4-step framework to navigate retirement with intention and purpose.
It’s a proven 4-step framework that has helped me and my private clients to navigate retirement with intention and purpose, and now I want to share these to help you do the same. DARE stands for discover, assimilate, rewire, expand. So, what does each step of this process involve and what does it all mean?
DISCOVER the 3 myths of retirement and the true cost and damage of retirement
ASSIMILATE a new understanding of your mind, so as to get clear on what you really want
REWIRE your belief so that you can create and impress a vision of what you really want
EXPAND your vision and in so doing achieve your passion, purpose and potential
As you’ll know if you’ve been following my blogs and podcasts, my passion is helping retiring baby-boomers who want to rediscover a life of passion and prosperity, by rebelling against retirement traps, and choosing health, freedom, and prosperity.
I walk my talk, and my experiences and stage in life have both led me to deliver my coaching with passion and authenticity.
Now, I am a life strategist and mindset mentor serving my tribe – retiring baby-boomers – by helping them to discover that in the afternoon of their lives, they deserve to live a life of passion and purpose and to go out with a bang, not a whimper.
If this resonates with you, I hope you enjoy my FREE masterclass. You might even want to invite your partner or friends to join too – I’d be happy to welcome them.