Success is in the Eye of the Beholder
The New York Times, November 5th, 2013
A thought for you all to chew on: What is your plan for retirement? And, for once, try not to think about the financial aspects of it. Don’t focus on the “get my house paid off”, or the “map out what how I’m going to utilize my social security”. Try to think about how you want to spend the excess of free time that’s coming to you that you haven’t had since you were young. How do you measure the importance of doing what you want to do, in practical terms?
Some might aim high and say “I want to travel the world.” For others, not having to set your alarm clock on a daily basis might seem a worthwhile goal. Few would probably respond by saying “I want to be a Millennial!” None the less, read the article listed below to understand what one man meant when he said just that. It might just change your outlook on your retirement.