10 Habits of Highly Effective Baby Boomers: How to Make the Rest of Your
Life the Best of Your Life
As a Baby Boomer, you are probably thinking about your retirement.
Whether you plan to take early retirement (or you have already done
so), or you are planning for retirement from your current career at
age 65 or 70, you are probably actively planning for your financial
future. You should also be cultivating the 10 habits of highly
effective Baby Boomers to make the rest of your life the best of
your life. Mastering these ten habits will help you prepare for
retirement and enjoy it more when you decide to take that step.
3. Nurture your relationships – remain connected. The day after
retirement, many people think their workplace relationships are
over; but this doesn’t need to be the case. If you have workplace
relationships you value, you should continue to nurture and enjoy
them. Ending a career doesn’t mean you have to become a hermit.
Remaining connected to the people who are important in your life
will bring great joy into your life after the big day.
Dr. Cynthia Barnett is a "refired" educator who has reinvented her life, moving from the school house to an entrepreneurial venue. She is a leading Retirement Lifestyle Specialist and retirement planning coach. She is the author of "Stop Singing the Blues: 10 Powerful Strategies for Hitting the High Notes in Your Life," and "Seven Secrets of Highly Effective Retirees." She was recently interviewed by Time magazine for their article on women in mid-life who have reinvented themselves. For more information, visit http://www.refiredontretire.com
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