Simplify Your Retirement
S4: Episode 7 – Non-Financial Mistakes to Avoid in Retirement Planning with Samantha Lane
Retirement is not a cliff to jump off of, but an opportunity to build bridges grounded with your values and strengths.
In this episode, Stephen Stricklin is joined by guest Samantha Lane, an Associate Certified Coach who most often works with men and women making the huge transition to retirement. Samantha is passionate about helping individuals through major life changes, and being a guiding light for clients to find balance and satisfaction in their life as retirees.
Samantha walks us through six non-financial mistakes people make going into retirement, identifying them and giving tips on how to combat them. She brings up some misconceptions many people have about retirement, and encourages listeners to be proactive about their expectations, so that they can have a fulfilling life in retirement.
Samantha alleviates the heaviness that the new chapter of retirement can bring. The question of “what do I do next?” can be daunting. You don’t need to have all twenty years of retirement planned out, what you need to know is just the next right step forward.
- The longevity of life for the average retiree.
- How she found a life coach, in Minnesota and found clarity to do what she’s doing now.
- Moving back to Kansas City and starting her own coaching business in 2016.
- The longevity of your life being tied to your social wellness
- Six non-financial mistakes people make going into retirement
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Connect With Samantha Lane:
LinkedIn: Samantha Lane AAC, ICF
Connect With Stephen Stricklin:
Simplify Your Retirement
LinkedIn: Stephen Stricklin
LinkedIn: Wise Wealth LLC
About Our Guest:
Samantha Lane is an Associate Certified Coach with the ICF. She launched Lumina Coaching in May 2016 and has since served dozens of people in support of their best life. She’s a Life Coach passionate about helping people get “unstuck” and gain awareness on developing their personal sense of balance, wellness, and success in life.
She most often works with men and women making the huge transition to retirement; understanding that this life change is not a cliff to jump off of, but an opportunity to build bridges grounded with your values and strengths. When she’s not on a coaching call, you can find her walking her Chocolate Lab, Leo, hanging out with her nieces or nephews, or on a yoga mat.