What’s Your Retirement Style?
Are you a Minimalist? A Contemporary? A Traditional? Or a Trendsetter?
No, you won’t learn about your sense of retirement fashion but you will learn about your approach to change. How you view change is one way of defining your retirement style.
Are you excited to begin this new stage in your life or are you a little anxious about what you’ll do and how your life will unfold in retirement? You may be thinking about how wonderful it will be to wake up without the alarm or how terrific you’ll feeling tackling all the household projects you’ve been postponing for months.
Retirement may mean it’s time to travel or begin volunteering with a non-profit. It may even mean transitioning to a new career or going back to school.
The possibilities are endless and the good news is you’re in charge of your schedule, your time and the rest of your life.
It’s a lot to take in and a lot of things to make decisions about. There are so many changes ahead for you. Where do you begin? What should you be thinking about either before you retire or just after you’ve retired?
Start by looking at how you handle and adapt to change. Since retirement brings so many changes to daily life, use your past experience with change to create a workable plan for your future. A little self-awareness will help set the stage for creating the retirement of your dreams.
Retirement Style is your resource for designing meaningful retirements. Retirement Style partners with you create a useful guide to plan for retirement. Contact Retirement Style today to plan for a successful retirement transition no matter how you feel about the upcoming changes retirement brings.
Meet Deborah from Retirement Style.
Retired by design and discovering more about her personal “what’s next” every day. Coach, writer, speaker, re-imagineer and very curious about life transitions. Her goal is for women to feel supported and be successful in their mid life transition.
What Others Have to Say
“My retirement coaching with Deborah really helped me prioritize what I needed to focus on prior to and after my retirement. It was well worth the time and money well spent in order to devise a plan to prepare for the process of retiring. As a result of my coaching sessions with Deborah I had a well thought out transition for my retirement and made the reality of that final day of work a little easier to accept. Thank you Deborah!”
“Deborah Williams is uniquely qualified to demonstrate leadership and guidance in a profoundly impactful way. During my membership in the “Women in Transition” group, Deborah skillfully led us to think anew by utilizing a new awareness of creativity. My generation of women is looking into an unknown future. We are pioneering our way to a new ‘retirement’ where no one has gone before us. Deborah helped me see a future of grand possibilities.”
"Deborah Williams is an inspiring, well-organized leader. I met with her Women in Transition group several times and the topics were relevant, and the discussions fun and stimulating. Deborah had done her research and offered both handouts and resource lists for individual follow-up."
"The women’s group Deborah began in Seattle was very helpful and comforting as I realized I was not the only person with all these life-changing questions. It showed me that all of us on the threshold of retirement have the same questions and fears. Deborah is the person who can help calm the fears so you can find answers. Good luck on your journey. You will enjoy your time working with Deborah and look back on the hours with fondness.”