My father died 10 years ago. He fell over playing tennis and suffered a brain bleed which ultimately
Yes he was still playing tennis, he loved the game and had played his whole life. At 80 he was restricted to 1/2 court tennis and doubles but the still played a couple of times a week and was still competitive. That's why he fell. He was chasing a ball he should have left.
So what's your excuse?
Why aren't you doing more with your life?
I have seen that age is in the mind, not the body.
Sure we all hurt more as we accumulate years but that's mostly because we haven't really maintained out fitness levels and some of the physical bits start wearing out.
Yes, we do get slower and can't do the same things we did at 20 or 30, or perhaps can't do them as long or as often but that doesn't mean we should give up.
No-one said you had to be a superstar at anything let alone everything.
There are two things that seem to stop most people doing what they want even before they get to retire is a lack of money and a lack of time.
Retiring eliminates the lack of time so how do we fix the lack of money?
That's what I'm doing here, I've put together a program that anyone can do to eliminate the lack of money issue. Go here to see if you fit the criteria.
Most of us don't need to be millionaires to do the things we want to do, we just need a little additional reliable income to take the financial pressure off.
After all, most of us had trouble living on the full income we had when we were working, how's it going living on less than that now?
Join me and we'll get this done together.