Design your personal blueprint for a long,
healthy and wealthy retirement life
If you are over 50 years of age, and want a blueprint for a long, healthy and wealthy retirement life for yourself and your family, congratulations you have come to the right place.
The good news for all of us is that “everything has changed”. There is every chance you will live a much longer, healthier life than you expected, and there are many new opportunities for you to make your later years better than was ever possible for past generations.
Design your long, healthy and wealthy retirement life
“We don’t stop playing because we grow old.
We grow old because we stop playing.”
George Bernard Shaw
The statistics you will see, will demonstrate that average life expectancy in developed countries has increased by more than 25 years, or 50% in the last 100 years. Yet, in most developed countries, the retirement age has remained unchanged, or even gone down.
I believe that the system is outmoded as it has not kept pace with the reality of longer life expectancy. The current average life expectancy for people of 50 years of age in the developed nations is around 84 years.
Now, that was based on the current age-specific mortality rates in the population in 2011. So, given the rate of positive change that is already happening in biotechnology and medical science, this is probably a very conservative estimate If you want to know what is possible, see my article on life expectancy.
The tools and information you might need to make those extra years as fulfilling and happy as possible for you and your family will be provided, including:
How to create the right mindset and attitude for ageing
How to stay fit and mobile
How to keep your brain active and functional
What to eat and what not to eat, to optimise your health and well being
Lifestyle choices that will promote increased longevity and good health
Meditation and spiritual growth
The importance of sleep
Exercise and physical fitness secrets for a longer healthier life
Diseases of aging and how to avoid them; they are NOT inevitable
Why your Well Being – your emotional, mental and energetic health, is as important as your physical health
How to make your relationship with your partner and family better than ever before
Personal growth and self development