Many people try to put a label on retirement.
Some don’t even like the word (I sure don’t).
I would rather use…
“The best years of my life”
Everyone has a different definition of what that might mean.
Since I have different dreams and goals than you.
Then is there a definition we could agree on?
There might be.
And it came from a Nobel Prize Economist.
From Mr. Robert C. Merton himself.
This renowned economist walks the walk.
So much…that he earned a Nobel Prize for his work.
(not sure if you ever check, but since 1901 only 603 have been awarded)(1)
It means he’s pretty darn smart and has been given an award to say as much.
Here is how Robert C. Merton defines retirement:
“A successful retirement is defined as a stream of income sufficient to sustain your chosen standard of living…that standard of living is measured by income not the value of a pile of money?”
So let’s break that down.
To have a successful retirement does NOT mean having a ton of dinero sitting in a stock account or bank account.
It is defined as an income stream….that you could count on.
It’s all about the Cash Flow stream that defines a successful retirement.
That’s why our goal is to help more people understand how to scientifically optimize these vital years.
So they could have as much success as possible.
Got you interested a bit?
Then we may want to chat for 15 minutes.
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Remember — It’s Your Time…