Living Your Fullest Life After Fifty

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Living Your Fullest Life After Fifty: Powerful Questions & Intimate Conversations by Margaret Lulic.

A thought provoking holisitic approach to envisioning the rest of your life.

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Thinking about your life after 50? Retirement? Refirement? Renewal?

It’s indisputable that we are living longer and have more choices in how we live than previous generations ever imagined. As a coach, I’ve observed how more of my clients are specifically seeking assistance in exploring issues related to planning and thriving in the years after ages 50, 60, or 70.

For example, Sue wanted a holistic life plan for the foreseeable decades ahead. She knew that called for more than a basic financial plan and general wishes of traveling and spending time with her grandchildren.

My normal approach in coaching is to use powerful questions. These will take a client to new places where she or he can experience “aha” moments. Some questions that were powerful for Sue were:

Why do you think you are still here? This addresses your sense of purpose and passion at this new transition in life.

What important issues of this life stage are you avoiding? It takes deep work to see what we don’t want to see.

What is my Financial Guidance System? What were the enduring values that represent the wealth of your character? And what were the changeable variables in your financial condition? Can you integrate the intangible and tangibles of wealth issues.

Another person’s questions might be quite different. I also pay attention to other interest areas in the individual client and integrate my work with something meaningful to them. In several cases that has been Feng Shui. In another, it was Spiral Dynamics.

Give me a call if you want to explore what this coaching could be for you.

Notice the Free PDFs of my articles and book excerpts under Recommended Resources on all the interior pages’ sidebars.

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