You Are Uniquely You
The action or fact of leaving one's job and ceasing to work.
“Retirement” as defined above comes in many ways. Maybe you stopped working when you reached a certain age, or circumstances forced the decision upon you. You may have stopped working outside the home to work inside the home, perhaps to raise a family or take care of a loved one. No matter how you define “retirement” or what you’ve retired from, you are special and bring a lifetime of experiences to the world that no one has but you.
Whether you’re “retired” and pondering what to do next in your life, or simply in a time of transition, your life experiences and knowledge can benefit others. There is no age or time when you are useless or done. You always have something to give. We are called to use our gifts, skills, talents, and experiences to serve others. Where can you share your experiences in the community around you?
- Take time to reflect and make a list of your life experiences. You’ll be surprised at how much you’ve accomplished and what you have to share.
- Think about ways you can share your unique experiences can help others.
- Express gratitude for the challenges you’ve overcome and opportunities you’ve seized to make you uniquely who you are.
Greg Hammond helps Main Street investors build their legacy and navigate the sometimes confusing and overwhelming investing process so they can LIVE MORE and GIVE MORE. Get clarity on your “next steps” with a Financial MRI Assessment, call (800) 416-1655 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule yours today.