it requires confidence and the feeling of being empowered
a long-term plan needs a simplistic roadmap that’s easily followed
it must center on your priorities and preferences
it must adapt as you transform, change, and evolve
Until now, a roadmap that guides a person to identify, assess, and plan for the future never existed.
Future thinking will disrupt how solo agers organize and plan.
Piecing together the various moving parts of a long-term plan is archaic, nor does it address the individual needs, desires, and preferences.
This one does.
Caregiving taught me the stages of aging and what a person will need down the road to do it well. So, I configured a roadmap that steered me to better health, more social interactions, and an expanded support system.
This proven roadmap, the same one that helped me get to where I wanted is a culmination of EVERYTHING I’ve learned in identifying, assessing, and creating a future plan.
If you’re committed to making 2019 the year you finally document and begin to design a life worth living in the years ahead, I can’t wait to slash that learning curve and help you get there faster than it took me.
Choose the time that works best.
See you there,