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Finding Your Flow In Retirement

By Susan Williams Have you ever experienced a “flow state” in your life? If you’re not familiar with what this is, it was actually a term coined by psychologist Mihály Csíkszentmihályi in 1975. Wikipedia defines flow as; …being in the zone, is the mental state of operation in which a person performing...

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Fighting the Invisible Woman Syndrome: I Refuse To Be Irrelevant

By Susan Williams As an older woman, if you have ever experienced a feeling of being invisible you were not imagining it. There is actually something called the invisible woman syndrome.

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What’s Love Got To Do With It (Aging That Is)

By Susan Williams Some time ago, we published a post about a small Italian village and whether they had the secret to longevity. In this village, 1 out of 10 of the residents were over 100 years old. Diet and lifestyle most definitely played a role in this phenomenon...

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Nine Principles For An Exceptional Retirement

By Mike Drak Being the season for giving I thought I would share with you a condensed section from our new book that outlines the nine retirement principles for an exceptional retirement. Retirement should be the best time of your life, the payoff for all your hard work over...

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Become A Retirement Rebel

By Mike Drak The boomers that I like to hang around at the swimming pool are badass people that I fondly refer to as Retirement Rebels. Retirement Rebels refuse to follow the old fashion beliefs about “old-people,” and being retired. In fact they are anything but retired. They are...

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Baby Boomers: Why Do So Many Companies Not Get It?

By Susan Williams I don’t get it. More and more articles are being published on how businesses are missing out on opportunities to market to baby boomers but they just don’t seem to be hearing the message. Here are just a couple of examples. In this Forbes article, they...

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