Oprah Winfrey once said:
The biggest adventure you can ever take is to live the life of your dreams.
My dreams may have shifted a bit through the decades as I’m sure do most peoples but I have always had dreams to reach for. Today my dreams are focusing in on my retirement. While I have a few working years ahead still I am working my dream plan to secure passive income for a healthy retirement.
it seems I am not alone with that dream. There seems to be a great need for people to forge their own adventures, to make those dreams come true and that means for most being a bit of an entrepreneur.
If you are planning on retiring when you hit 65, paying a few hundred pounds/dollars extra a month into whatever your pension fund is can add up to thousands more over the years.
We’re all living longer and our retirement fund will have to stretch further. Apparently more Boomers are getting involved in start-ups now and, they’re doing it better than the younger generation according to thefuturelaboratory.com. Over 50’s are regarded to be more entrepreneurial than any younger generation as we have; years of experience, low rates of absenteeism, and a desire to learn.
How to do it
We can earn extra money from just about anywhere and by doing anything the mind can think up now. The Internet has made me into a entrepreneurial couch-potato!
I can set up a business for very little to no outlay and be earning money within days with an online affiliate business just as one idea. I have done courses online to become more savvy and now invest with a crowd which is producing income to set me right for my entire retirement.
“It is difficult to say what is impossible, for the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tomorrow.”
Robert H. Goddard
There really is no need too be strapped for cash, no matter what your age, if you simply educate yourself with a few good courses, and then get to it.
Our Boomer generation has proven through each decade that we are capable of changing the world – why stop now?
Lets change retirement too!
Go well till the next time