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Retire Well Retire Happy Podcast

An Australian look at Reinventing Yourself for Retirement and getting yourself Retirement Ready.
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Now displaying: March, 2016

Are you Retirement Ready? It's never too late to take on new ideas to prepare for and enjoy the next phase of your life. 

Mar 29, 2016

Founders of the Anathoth brand with their James and Pickles in New Zealand started their brand from making jam from their raspberries that could not be sold fresh.  This began for them on a journey of establishing a system and sticking to it which is one of the pointers to having a successful business. They were eventually taken over and forced out by corporate companies. Ever the battlers they have moved country and used their experience to Reinvent themselves in Retirement to go back into a former version of their system. Their values and governing set of principles have guided them, helping them in their retired life. Owen's advice is to have a good quality product,  be efficient in production then look to increase profitability without compromising your quality. They now share their business system in a book on the principles of marketing. 

Mar 16, 2016

Discovering the healthiness of deep quality breathing when learning to sing in her previous years set Kawena on a path she never imagined. Being a singer made her gain confidence and the ability to make presentations with no fear. She is an inspirer, an author and a motivator.

Mar 7, 2016

Joining Herbalife was a desirable idea for David and Valerie because of many factors that include; their retirement had started getting a little bit boring, so they decided to try something out, the startup cost required was low and thus affordable and lastly because they needed finances to support the hearing project in Nepal. The idea turned out to be the most brilliant and profitable later on after they had adopted it fully.

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