The New York Times recently reported that Lindsay Vonn, the greatest female skier in history, is retiring at the ripe old age of 33. https://nyti.ms/2MQdeh1 “My body is screaming at me to STOP, and it’s time for me to listen” she posted on her Instagram account.
Most of us don’t retire when we’re 33. But, whether you’re a famous athlete or a successful executive, leaving behind a long career for something unknown can cause anxiety. You may put off thinking about it or only do it in fits and starts. Time goes by. Even years. And, while your body may not be screaming at you to retire, you (or your family and colleagues) may be wondering whether you should. If so, hiring a good transition coach to help you think through the issues, develop a plan and allow you to anticipate "Phase II" with excitement rather than dread may be a small but excellent investment in your future.
Make the most of your retirement with support from Margaret M. Enloe, Esq. in New York City. For over 35 years, she has worked as an attorney and is now in her own Phase II consulting with clients who want to retire without anxiety. She has the comprehensive knowledge needed to guide your transition from full-time work to a thriving Phase II. Visit her website for a look at some of her clients’ stories. To discuss your needs directly, schedule an appointment by email at ME@MargaretEnloe.com.