Naked Retirement – Helping Ease Smoothly into Your Retirement Years

One of the biggest downfalls to traditional retirement planning is the false sense of time that it can create. People assume that when they retire they’ll have 20, 30, or even 40 years to do whatever they please, but that’s not often the case! A stroke, divorce, loss of a loved one, or even a declining sense of vision or hearing can dramatically change the way it plays out. It pays to plan ahead and I found just the book that gives great advice that will lead you in the right direction called Naked Retirement by Robert Laura.

It All Begins with Your PLAN!

Traditional retirement plans are often designed to get people from point A to point B. However, as you begin to sketch out this relatively unknown journey, we sometimes forget that, as the first explorers, there are sections of the map that are uncharted, with boundaries outside of which nothing can be seen or explained.

It’s not uncommon to overlook these voids. We simply assume they will remain outside the mapped area. However, instead of considering the unknown as off-limits or bad, I want to encourage you to embrace and explore them. To walk off the path in order to survey the depths of your heart and soul, and to seek out those distant places and expand the retirement horizon instead of putting boundaries around it.

Approaching retirement planning as a voyage that embraces both the known and the unknown leads to very different conversations and results. Discussions that are not only more fun, creative, and personal but also more meaningful.

Invest In Yourself

Taking this unchartered path begins by making a commitment to invest as much time and energy into yourself as you have with the financial aspects of retirement. That means seeking out professionals, tools, and resources to help you replace your work identity, fill your time with useful things, stay connected to family and friends, as well as keep mentally and physically fit.

Do-It-Together

Next surround yourself with like-minded people. Whether you participate in one of our online classes, attend a workshop in your area, or just invite a friend over to go through our worksheets, don’t try figuring it out on your own. We weren’t created to do life alone and neither was the Naked Retirement book and bonus material we’ll share with you shortly.

Now is the time to start – get Naked Retirement and begin planning today!

Leave A Trail For Others Finally, infuse your life with actions now. Don’t wait for it to happen…make it happen. Great personal stories and family legacies aren’t created by following the same path as everyone else. They are blazed by going instead of where there is no path and leaving a trail for others to follow.

You’ll realize immediately that profound benefits of this approach as you redefine retirement ton your terms instead of those associated with money.

His humorous words, comments, and years of client experience make it an essential tool and resource that you can completely quick but use for a lifetime. It’s time you joined the exclusive club of people ready to make a meaningful and successful transition into retirement.

 

Check-out The 1-Minute Introduction To Naked Retirement: A Revealing Look At Everyday Life In Retirement 

Or Get Immediate Access To The Entire Naked Retirement Bundle here

Courtesy of Robert Laura, the Retirement Activist and author of Naked Retirement. Your committed companion to changing the way you think about and prepare for every aspect of retirement. Learn more by visiting: Naked Retirement today. Too many people start their first day of retirement with only a financial plan and nothing else. Don’t let this happen to you.

 

7 thoughts on “Naked Retirement – Helping Ease Smoothly into Your Retirement Years”

  1. Hello there just been taking a look around your site I thought it was great 

    I have subscribed to your news letter for further info 

    I bet it has taken quite a bit of planning it’s something I’m interest in doing as only in my later years am I getting myself sorted with my finances but I’m sure my parents said the same to me as keep saying to my kids to budget and buy what you cannot afford keep up the good work and I will be watching this space the Amazon link worked and the other we’re blocked but that’s because I’m on secure connection at work 

    Cheers 

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    • Thank you, I must say as I got to living more intentionally on my retirement pension I suddenly realized I was not alone, and thought there must be others struggling – so that is where I got the idea for Wise Budgeting.  Thank you for subscribing as well, I am working on getting my first newsletter out in the next month or two and from that point, it will be a regular just like the blog here and my podcasts I started a month or two ago.  

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  2. Many thanks for sharing such a beautiful article with us and through this article we learned how to start a new life after retiring from a career. Most people think that when they retire from work, they will have many years to spend, maybe 20 years and more. But they may not think that at that age, a variety of illnesses can obstruct their bodies and cause various types of anxiety and family separation. One of the great things you wrote about in the article is what we can do after retiring from work, and we need to spend time and do what we can. My father retired at the age of 65 from his career and personally I took this project for my father and he is now well into his retirement and I hope that many of you will take up this project after reading the article and share their experiences with you very soon.

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    • I was forced into taking retirement at my workplace and still had debt and a student loan. Also, I was still living in mu my parent’s home at 60, never thought I would ever have my own space to grow.  Today, I am in a different place and miraculously have my own place and loving it. I only wish I had done it sooner when my mom and stepdad were still living. Now I have almost reached baby step one with a starter emergency fund and moving into debt paydown.  I wish I had lived more intentionally in my younger days.

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  3. Hi Donna, there is an adage that states that “he who fails to plan, plans to fail”
    It is a very important thing to plan life after retirement or life for the “near-death stage” of life.
    And to do this I think a lot of things have to be put in place and a lot of plans earmarked for these stages of life.
    Investment for old age or retirement doesn’t necessarily have to start when you start earning big money, it should start from the point when you are well old enough to make decisions on your own.

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  4. Hi Donna, there is an adage that states that “he who fails to plan, plans to fail”
    It is a very important thing to plan life after retirement or life for the “near death stage” of life.
    And to do this I think a lot of things has to be put in place and a lot of plans earmarked for this stages of life.
    Investment for old age or retirement doesn’t necessarily have to start when you start earning big money, it should start from the point you are well old enough to decisions on your own.

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    • I agree, and sadly people don’t learn or want to think about getting older.  They spend like there is no tomorrow and when they get to that stage of life suddenly fear they are unable to retire as they have not planned.  Make sense?

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