Once conform, once do what others do because they do it, and a kind of lethargy steals over all the finer senses of the soul.

Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592)


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What can you do about it?

When you are in pain, it is tough to step above the unpleasant situation and look at it from a global perspective. The natural tendency is to do the one single thing which can provide immediate relief, even though the relief is often only temporary. 

Our approach works because it is different, and based on five fundamental elements.

  1. A clear understanding of the implications of having retired which allow you to identify clearly every change you are going to be confronted with.

  2. A structure which gives you the immediate support which needed in order to be able to take a step back and have a global view of the situation, together with a process to reinforce your confidence in yourself while avoiding the classical pitfalls of retirement.

  3. Building strong foundations: bringing your earlier professional life to a definite close with care and attention will give you the freedom to explore new paths without dragging along heavy and unnecessary emotional baggage into your new life.  We help you in dealing with this emotional step.

  4. Getting clarity about yourself, your present emotional, physical, and social environment so  that you know what’s there and what’s missing. We help you to identify and understand your strengths as well as your areas of concern so that you can put together a really strong and do-able design for your new life after retirement.

  5. Working with your deep heart-centered life purpose. Knowing  what really makes you tick, that important and essential "something" you need to achieve without which your life will not feel totally complete. Our approach helps you to discover, rediscover or confirm what is really essential to you.

If you’re missing one or more of these elements you’ll likely find it difficult to avoid feeling unhappy and frustrated with your life after retiring. You will soon be looking back on the past rather than enjoying your present life.

But if you bring these five elements together you will be building (perhaps for the first time in your life) a healthy focus on yourself - who you really are and what you really want to do.   When you manage this, you’ll find it difficult not to be filled with energy, enthusiasm and enjoyment of the present moment while looking forward your future life.

If this approach feels like it may suit you, you can start by receiving immediately a copy of the free e-book The one most important thing to know about retirement.

And if you’re wondering whether all this really applies to your own situation, maybe you’re caught in one of the biggest myths about retirement,  “The Greener Grass Myth”.  To discover if you are caught in this mythl, visit The Greener Grass Myth”.