Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach, suggests inventive strategies for retirees to make extra cash and how to travel cheaply by taking advantage of your free time.
Mike Keenan, The Retirement Coach, describes the "fixed income" conundrum, and he explains the need to negotiate the best deal in your financial dealings.
Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach suggests that during retirement it's time to become poetic and remember that the idea is that less is more.
Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach, examines the issue of where to live during retirement, and he suggests that you learn to cultivate cottages.
After introducing the proverb, "A man's home is his castle," Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach examines where to retire and looks into retirement communities.
Mike Keenan, The Retirement Coach, examines when to retire and suggests - sooner is better than later.
Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach, explains how to use a baseball game to consolidate one's thoughts on retirement.
Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach, explains the folly of climbing ladders along with some interesting psychological terminology.
Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach, explains how to deal with our inevitable end and also the death of a spouse.
This retirement rule is not about lining up dates in a retirement home. It concerns the process of internment, which also should not be confused with WWII.
Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach provides unique tips on employing time-saving techniques to free up even more retirement time.
Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach explains rule #8 - less is more - and our need to get rid of things that we no longer need.
Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach, explains rule #6 - downsize- by means of a well-planned yard sale.
Mike Keenan explains the carpe diem principal behind rule #4 - retire every day.
Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach, explains rule #2 - be prepared, which he borrowed from the Girl Guides.
Mike Keenan, the Retirement Coach, explains the need for rules for a successful retirement strategy and starts listeners off with Rule #1 - Retire Now!
Mike Keenan explains why & how he got into humor writing.
The complex bargaining procedure practised during a garage sale is an important sociological phenomenon, and I think that many retirees use a garage sale as a warm-up for travel to third-world countries.
The key to retirement is not to become discouraged.Even on a fixed income, there's plenty to do - and for free! You can test this theory any afternoon at a large shopping mall. Here is anecdotal evidence of a fun-filled, free afternoon available to any retiree at any time.
To prepare for retirement one should practise getaways, become the Bonnie & Clyde of getaways.