The Age of Possibilities

What is in the next phase of your life?
Whether you retired early, were laid off, or offered a retirement package you couldn’t refuse, you now have options and decisions to make.
We are living longer and what we do with that time is up to us. Over the past 100 years, we have added 30 years to the length of our lives. 70 is the new 50. We have better health through better nutrition, exercise and replacement parts. We can lead active lives. It is not uncommon to live to one hundred or more.
So, what will get you out of bed each day? Will you choose time with the grandchildren, travel, hobbies, volunteering, or launching your dream business?
For many of us, we have worked in corporate America, have learned many skills and now want to have our dream opportunity. We aren’t ready to sit in the rocking chair and knit or whittle! (Does anyone whittle anymore?) We may be a little bit slower than we were 20 years ago, but we have ideas to try and a lot of knowledge and experience to make it happen. When I retired from the airlines after 15 years, I went into the mortgage industry. I love real estate and loved flipping houses. Love to work with numbers and finding the perfect solution to a puzzle (what mortgage is right for the client). While working in the mortgage business, a friend introduced me to financial services. Financial services cover a broad area and are not far from mortgages. Soon I discovered my niche of working with women to educate and help create their financial security. I have found my passion. It allows me to help women (the customer service I have always used with the airline, the mortgage industry and now financial ) and travel. Right now as I write this, I am on a flight to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. It is a balancing act at all times!
Where will your journey take you? Corporate America is about trading hours for dollars. You put in the time and get a paycheck and benefits. Working for yourself is totally different. Activity does not necessarily create productivity. You need to make it happen. You are responsible for everything! I love the freedom of working for myself, but it also has what I discovered early on: I don’t know everything!
I know how to create an income you can’t outlive, but I didn’t know how to get the message out to potential clients. Along the way I had the good fortune to meet some extraordinary people who have helped me launch and maintain my business. Please read the blog by Tara Jacobsen and then set up a consultation. She is an incredible women who wants to help you make your business a success. She truly has the integrity and passion to help you with your business. Tara is no nonsense and will cut to the best plan unique to you and your business. Please read her blog to help you launch your dream!

The Age of Possibilities
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