What if I could learn a psychological principal and use it to figure out how to move forward with my financial life planning, or more accurately in my case, my financial retirement planning.
I am not alone in worrying about how they are going to get along financially in my retirement years.
“A new study released by Bankrate finds that more and more Americans are concerned about their retirement prospects. The poll, conducted by GfK Roper, finds that retirement is a growing concern amid tumultuous financial times for Americans,” says Consumer Affairs* on June 23, 2008.
Key findings include:
• Only 28 percent say that they will be able to retire comfortably. One-third (33 percent) say they’ll have just enough finances to get by when retired.
• Seven out of 10 say that they have set low expectations about their retirement prospects.
• Nearly two out of 10 (17 percent) say they will not have enough money to retire without worrying.
• Nineteen percent say they are afraid they’ll never be able to retire.
Taking my making money ideas and partnering with a corporation that has this much training is my holy grail. My ticket to the train to making more money for financial retirement income.
One thing learned this past few months is that learning from books is more thorough if the reading is combined with writing about what is in the books.
Also, publishing all this writing on the internet in my blog could help others.
Reading the book “Predictably Irrational” by Dan Ariely is a book based on the new psychology of just what the title says.
Publishing a post each day as I read this book will help us figure out, according to Dan, how to improve our decision making and change the way we live for the better.
I hope to translate the information learned into ways to accelerate how to get to retirement with enough income to enjoy those years.
Come along with me as we look at what this author has to say.
You can get ahead in this life and I can help.
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I hope to hear from you soon.