The Talk: Having purpose in retirement


A recent study by Fidelity found that ” sixty-five percent of adult children and parents agree that discussing retirement readiness is an important topic, but 72 percent disagree on the level of detail that has been covered to date; and only 11 percent of children believe the conversations were very detailed .” One thing I’ve learned in my work [Read More…]

Develop a Super Attitude: Start Your Days with Brian Tracy

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When I discuss my book, Safe 4 Retirement: The Four Keys to a Safe Retirement, one of the sections that I’m most asked about is my section on achieving a “super attitude”.  I’ve found that it’s one of the most frequent accessed sections of my ebook and people have told me how it has helped [Read More…]

This Holiday Season, Remember That The Little Things DO Matter and They Make People Happy!

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In my book, Safe 4 Retirement: The 4 Keys to a Safe Retirement, one of the 10 Joys to a Joyous Retirement, is the very simple, ‘Little Things Mean a Lot‘.  Here’s the section from the book on that Joy: Joy Six:  Little Things Mean a Lot And we often don’t realize just how much. [Read More…]

Happy People Make the Best Decisions

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This story comes as no surprise to me.  Those who have read ‘Safe 4 Retirement: The 4 Keys to a Safe Retirement‘ know that a positive mental attitude leads to happiness and ultimately to many great things, including positive relationships. longer lives and a safer retirement.  Now we have more proof that happiness also leads [Read More…]

Jack McKeon: Baseball’s 80 Year Old Manager

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Jack McKeon’s back in the dugout.  His recent elevation to Manager of the Florida Marlins happened this week.  The last time as Manager of the team he led them to a World Series win.  Now at the age of 80, Jack’s positive attitude and appreciation of life and the game keep him going. Below is [Read More…]

One of John’s Stories

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I have a dear friend from Queens named John. He’s lived a life that warrants its own book.  I’ve told him many times to sit down and write it. Unfortunately he’s been too busy taking care of family matters and his health to do so. So when he told me this story the other day, [Read More…]