Thriving in the key of midlife is challenging if not downright difficult.
So much fear of the unknown creeps in.
Playing it safe suffocates our dreams.
Boomers are thinking about retiring at 55, 60, or 65.
In other words, in a few months, or not for another five or ten years.
There’s a big difference in what’s at risk, and what’s to be gained.
Early retirement sacrifices pension potential and increases health care costs.
Later retirement sacrifices healthy and precious ‘now’ time to do things we may not get to do years from now.
The case for doing either one is strong.
This makes it difficult.