Breaking Your Identity Code
The idea of ‘retirement’ continues to lose currency with so many men and women who have better things to do than spend their days on the golf course or traveling (not there’s anything wrong with these activities).
What people do seem to want is a degree of freedom that just wasn’t possible while working full-time, or in jobs that were less than gratifying.
‘Free to be me’ — finally! — is often the unspoken mantra of people contemplating or entering retirement. The idea that, now, you can be whatever you’ve always wanted to be, or do whatever you’ve always wanted to do, occupies your thoughts and dreams.
But where does true freedom come from? Is it breaking free of external constraints, or is it breaking free from constraints we’ve unconsciously put on ourselves?
If you’re ready to ‘break free,’ start by breaking your own identity code. Please download this free resource.
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