Thoughts From The Road

As promised my partner is back from his biking road trip and I asked him to share some thoughts. 

As I rode from Quebec City to Saint John I had lots of time to enjoy the scenery and think as the kilometres rolled by. I consider myself as a distance runner first, so people often asked me what I thought about when I run and did I get bored in my training? My answer: for most of the kilometres I had no problem occupying my mind with thoughts of vacations, family, politics, the state of the world, etc…  Continue reading “Thoughts From The Road”

“The Better The Plan The Better The Outcome”

I believe most people would agree with the above statement so why is it that 46% of Canadians do not have a financial plan? It just doesn’t make sense to me. Everyone is concerned about their futures yet why are so many willing to blindly go along and hope things turn out for the best. All I can say is good luck with that! Continue reading ““The Better The Plan The Better The Outcome””

  4 Books

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Suggested Reading Prior To Commencing Your Victory Lap Retirement

A question that frequently comes up at our seminars is what books we would recommend people read to help prepare themselves for a successful VL. I think this happens because many of our talks are held at libraries and people there are accustomed to doing their own research. There are a lot of good books out there, including Victory Lap Retirement, but the following four will do the job getting you both mentally and financially prepared to launch your own VL. Continue reading ”  4 Books”