Accountability Planning

Next Stages Planning (55+)

If you are facing that stage of life where careers are passing into the background, and a "What's Next" life is emerging, then you are entering what is called "retirement". Some people are excited, some are scared, and most are both. There are many issues and questions people face currently - what to do with time, finances, relationships, health, identity, the possibility of memory loss, and more? Accountability partners offer thoughtful, practical exercises that will help you address key issues and develop a "Master Plan" for the transition.

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Educational and Career Development Planning

Education and career planning include the identification of your goals being compatible with your interests, values, talents, personality, and aspirations. It is important to come up with your career planning as it gives you the much-needed direction and makes it clear there where you see yourself in the future. It makes you aware of your strength and weaknesses and the skills and knowledge that are required to achieve your goals in the future.

Work-Life-Home Planning

Fortunately, the work-from-home “experiment” has been overwhelmingly successful, with 77% of employees wanting to continue remote work post-pandemic, and 65% saying their productivity has increased since working from home. The question is how do you divide your time?