The "Silver Exodus" and the Untapped Potential of Ikigai Projects
Hello everyone! I've just read a thought-provoking article that delves into the growing trend of older workers leaving the workforce to "wind down." While the financial implications are significant, there's another angle that's often overlooked: the opportunity to "wind up" an Ikigai project that offers a sustainable livelihood into old age.
The article aligns perfectly with our philosophy at the Academy of Life Planning. We believe in 'Kokoro,' a balanced life that's rich in financial, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual abundance. What if retirement could be a time to start an Ikigai project that not only brings joy and purpose but also creates a sustainable livelihood?
The "Silver Exodus": Why are older workers leaving the workforce, and what are the financial implications?
Ikigai Projects: Could retirement be the perfect time to start something meaningful that also provides a sustainable income?
The Role of Financial Planners: How can they guide clients in creating a holistic retirement plan that goes beyond just finances?
If you're thinking about retirement or know someone who is, this is a must-read. Let's challenge the traditional concept of retirement and explore the untapped potential that comes with age and experience.