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Navigating the Journey From
I Should to Choose
You are counting the days and the dollars to your big Freedom Day…the day you “retire."
The truth is most of us never really retire, we just move on to the second act.
This book reveals the five elements that absolutely need to be addressed BEFORE you get there so you can have life you choose, a life you love.
It's About More Than Money!
But the Money Is Important!
“Becoming Retired-ish” provides a blueprint that will help guide you through the five elements to a fulfilling and financially certain life after “livelihood”.
We may live as many years in retirement as we did working in our jobs! Who would have thought that living longer would present some new challenges?
We wonder who we will become without our 40+ hour a week job? Will I continue to work? Will I start a new gig with my hobby? Will I volunteer? Will I golf 40 hours a week? Will I Netflix binge 14 hours a day and eat myself into obesity?
We worry about our declining health and natural aging limitations and how we can improve our quality of life so we can enjoy these extra years.
We are surprised by our feelings when all of the sudden we are with our spouse or partner 24/7. We are disappointed when we find out that when we leave our jobs often our “job” friends drift away.
We are uncertain that the money we saved may not last through our golden years.
We are concerned about making sure our loved ones are financially and emotionally “taken care of” upon our heavenly departure.
Meet The Author
Judi spent the first twenty-seven years of her working life as a highly compensated medical sales executive and arrived at one startling conclusion: Corporate Life Was Unfulfilling! In 2004, she successfully transitioned from employee to entrepreneur in financial services.
Because of her own journey, Judi understands the unique challenges that accompany creating a new identity and purpose and has worked to develop the tools to assist you in transforming your life. She became a CeFT (Certified Financial Transitionist) to develop the expertise and solutions to address the financial challenges of transition.
Additionally, Judi has a certification as a CPRC (Certified Professional Retirement Coach), addressing the non-financial aspects of retirement. Her academic and experiential background enable Judi to bring together in one coach both the financial and emotional components critical for a joyful and successful retirement.
Judi loves anything that includes the beach with friends and a good glass of wine.
Is there really a bad beach or bad glass of wine? 🍷