Three Tips for Planning Your Retirement as an Entrepreneur
As featured in Forbes.com As an entrepreneur, you work for years and years building up your business, and hopefully by the time you’ve hit your second decade (or earlier!) you’ve hit your stride and have established a well-run business that pays you well for your efforts. While you are building, you are also aging. In…
Is it “Retirement” or “Rewirement”?
I’ve been in the same industry for four decades: learned the skills, gained experience, built a business from the ground up, sold that business, led the “new” business into growth for Canada—all with the eye of being retired from this industry by the time I hit the fourth decade. So here I am. Everything I…
How to Start Thriving and Stop Surviving
Merriam-Webster defines thriving as “to progress toward or realize a goal despite or because of circumstances”. It defines surviving as “to continue to function or prosper despite” (fill in the blank here, i.e. despite feeling overwhelmed, despite feeling exhausted, etc.) The difference between thriving and surviving The difference between thriving or surviving is the energy…
What Do I Want Now?
As we slide into our 40s, 50s and 60s, we often find ourselves on a treadmill that we created long before. David Byrne of the Talking Heads kind of sums it up in the song, Once in a Lifetime: You may ask yourself, “What is that beautiful house?”You may ask yourself, “Where does that highway…
How Can I Create Work Life Balance?
The phrase “work/life balance” is one of those well-worn terms we hear all too often. What exactly is work/life balance? Can your work be equally balanced against your personal life? Like the scales of justice (or that old-time scale you see in the vegetable section of your grocery store), the scales never sit perfectly still…
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