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This Active Retiree Shares His 3 Keys to Retirement Success

By Kristine van der Pas-Norenius · February 14, 2018 - 0 comments

Imagine you are in the peak of your career, in the top pack, and with a change of the head honcho, you are suddenly packing your personal things and bringing them home to stay. ‘Retired’ at age 53 was not in this ambitious guy’s game plan, yet he discovered whole new possibilities and is living a rich and fulfilling retirement life.  What’s his secret?  Read on!

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Retirement: One Trait Needed to Live the Life You Dreamed

By Kristine van der Pas-Norenius · January 31, 2018 - 0 comments

There is one trait you will want to embrace that will make the difference between a listless retirement and one that fulfills you. It’s a skill you likely practiced daily in your work career, but may have lost the opportunity to do so in retirement. It marks the difference between the ‘old’ retirement – that of the rocking chair life, and the new retirement which is as unique as you.

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Boomers: 3 Posts to Start 2018 Right

By Kristine van der Pas-Norenius · January 12, 2018 - 0 comments

Your health, happiness and retirement are likely on your mind if you are a baby-boomer. As we move into the third stage of our lives, our ‘next third’, we are facing considerable changes and likely some uncertainty. How will my health hold out? Am I ready to retire? What will I do to be happy and fulfilled? Here are three posts from the Next3rd blog that will help you set your intentions for 2018:

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Your Investing Confuses Academics

By Dan Solin · January 9, 2018 - 0 comments

Academics are fascinated by the way you invest. You shouldn’t be flattered by their interest. They engage in sophisticated analysis in an effort to explain why you invest in a way that so irrational. The underlying premise of their studies is that your investing behavior makes no sense. I find that assumption — with which I am in complete agreement — just as intriguing as their explanations.

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