Retirement coaching is a relatively new industry with a lot of misconceptions about it. Unfortunately, there is a sterile, outdated image of it that can include things that look like a combination of therapy, consulting, and an endless array of assessments to evaluate one’s capacity or “readiness” to retire.
But retirement coaching is going through a major change. It’s moving from the fluffy context of simply helping people live the best possible life in retirement, to making people aware of the threats and dangers that lurk in it. It’s calling into question many of the stereotypical images . . .