Retirement Visualization

Retirement Visualization
20 Jul 2016

The greatest golfers in the world visualize each and every time they hit the ball. They can see the shot before it’s hit. Jason Day, the world’s #1 golfer, actually closes his eyes for about 5 seconds to concentrate on the shot. If it works for golfers, then maybe it will work for you.

I’m not talking about chasing a ball around all day; I’m talking about visualizing your retirement. Close your eyes and imagine what your own retirement will look like. It may seem simple, but not many people have truly thought about what their retirement will look like. What do you see?

– When do you retire?
– How will you spend your time?
– Will you take up a new hobby or activity?
– Where will you spend your time?
– Will you travel?

These are just a few of the things you want to think about when it comes to retirement. Visualizing is a great starting point to building your dream retirement.

Good Luck!
Jeff

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Jeffrey Johnston

Jeffrey is originally from Solon, Iowa. He currently resides in Swisher, Iowa with his wife, Prudence, and his three children, Seth, Ian, and Roman. He graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 1989, where he majored in Finance and Investments. He has 24 years of experience in the investment and estate planning business. He is currently the President of “Premier Investments of Iowa, Inc.” Jeffrey’s main focus is Estate and Investment Planning for Senior Citizens and Pre Retirees. Jeffrey became a Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC) in 2001. He is the author of many articles on industry related topics and he is a frequent seminar presenter. He is a Board Member TRIAD Linn County Seniors Against Crime, and he is also a past Board Member of the Heritage Area Agency on Aging Task Force. He is a member of CEO Roundtable in Cedar Rapids, a Daybreak Rotary Member, and a member of the Cedar Rapids Estate Planning Council. In March of 2009, Jeffrey became the host of the Premier Investments of Iowa Financial Hour which airs every Tuesday Evening from 6PM -7PM, on WMT 600 AM Radio. In his free time he enjoys golf, fishing, scuba diving, traveling, and coaching son’s basketball teams.