Living Your Life
How do you want to spend your time? Where do you feel you belong? Will you find satisfaction in service to others? The choices you make, the level of your involvement, and the relationships you nurture may determine the course of your life.
Embracing What Matters. Do you know who you are and what matters to you? Thinking about the work, the people, and the periods of time that have been most meaningful to you can help you chart a course for the future.
Building Strong Relationships. Many of your closest relationships will change in retirement. Being intentional about relationships will help you maintain strong connections with your friends and family and help you build new relationships.
Using Your Time. Your decisions about how to split your days between leisure, learning, and work will influence your satisfaction in retirement.
Making a Difference. Do you feel a pull to contribute your energy and resources to help make a better world? Using your skills based on your principles will increase the impact of your work.
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