Want A Longer And Happier Retirement?
Included in Robert Laura’s new book, Naked Retirement, are five retirement truths that may just surprise and inspire you. Pass it along to your family, friends, and colleagues.
Sex in Retirement:
According to the Mayo Clinic, sex can prolong life for ten or even twenty years. Having at least a hundred orgasms a year can prolong your life up to eight years and reduce your mortality rate by half.
Despite the number of significant tax and legal changes that have impacted retirement planning over the last 25 years, the age at which you are expected to retire (65) was established over 127 years ago by a German Chalcellor.
According to a study at Flinders University in Australia, people with an extensive network of good friends and confidantes outlived those with the fewest friends by 22 percent.
According to a University of Michigan study, adults over 65 who volunteered at least 40 hours each year to a single cause were 40 percent more likely than non-volunteers to be alive at the end of study.
You’re not alone. Single people are now 96 million strong and make up 43 percent of the adult population. Three of every four people age 65 or older are women.
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Naked Retirement strips down the old traditional models of retirement planning and replaces them with a more creative and intuitive approach that helps people take control of their retirement planning, saving, and investing.
The magazine style guide provides an intimate look at the evolution of retirement, reveals ten trends dramatically changing the retirement landscape, and includes a series of exercises that includes mental, social, and health planning awareness instead of just financial aspects.
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Author, Naked Retirement
Naked Retirement: A Stimulating Guide To A Secure And Meaningful Retirement strips down the old traditional models of retirement planning and replaces them with a more creative and intuitive approach that helps people take control of their retirement planning, saving, and investing.
The magazine style guide provides an intimate look at the evolution of retirement, reveals ten trends dramatically changing the retirement landscape, and includes a series of exercises and information that includes mental, social, and health planning awareness instead of just financial aspects.
“Retirement planning can no longer be one-dimensional, focused merely on providing information such as how pensions or 401(k)s work. It needs to be expanded so that issues like replacing your work identity, level of social involvement, and relationship needs are addressed,” according to author, Robert Laura.
Billed as the ultimate defense against the scary, anxious, and stressful feelings people get on their first day of retirement when they have only a financial plan full of numbers and charts to guide them, Laura targets the psychological aspects of retirement with concrete exercises like the development of a “Curious List” to add direction and purpose to retirement.
The guidebook culminates into a one-page Naked Retirement plan that can help current and future retirees, as well as planners, estimate preparedness and the likelihood of a successful transition from the workplace to retirement.
Naked Retirement is available at NakedRetirement.com for $4.99 and is emailed in pdf format directly to purchasers.
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A brief history of Father’s Day
A list of the highest paid TV Dad’s
The five most popular Father’s Day quotes
Ultimate Father’s Day gifts
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