have you ever wondered what does it look like if I were to go and work with a financial planner and how would that whole process work well today we're talking about implementation of the financial planning process in particular the one that we use and our goal is this by the end of the video you're going to have a very clear understanding of what it looks like to work with an advisor like with like us and how you would put all that into practice we hope you enjoy this episode to learn more about how to secure your retirement and all the different elements you need to know please subscribe to our Channel and hit the Bell so you'll be notified when we release episodes every Monday we have helped hundreds of our clients gain Clarity and get on the path to a great retirement now it's your turn let's dive in welcome to secure your retirement podcast we are excited today we are going to continue a conversation that we had last month we have our guests back with us we have Nick heimensen and Taylor Wolverton and we are going to break down the financial planning process part two so Morgan can you kind of bring us up to speed with where what what our episode today is going to be about sure so just to recap our last episode on the retirement planning process which if you didn't catch it it's episode 199 if you want to go back to watch it or you can also read it on the blog page but first of all we we talked about how to prepare for an introduction meeting with our team how you would uh gather the data and the accounts that you'd be submitting in regards to your assets your income information and your expense information to the extent that you're comfortable whatever you're comfortable submitting and that we're able to submit that securely and then in between that first visit and the second visit it's all us we do all the work so we prepare for the second meeting and then there we present you we walk through each step of retirement planning process and at the end of that meeting we can give you that information we can either print it out for you or send it over to you and then on the third visit that would be considered the strategy meeting we take some at the time and we come back for the third meeting which is all about the strategy we talked about the bucket sheet on the last episode and it really breaks everything down into three different buckets cash which is the amount that you that you're going to be holding some people that's going to be on a different Comfort level some people want to have a lot of cash and others don't then there's also the safety bucket which includes a few different products that will include safe and reliable income during retirement and then finally the third bucket is growth money that's in the growth buckets will grow during retirement due just what it says and then the funds in this bucket will be liquid but the goal is to avoid touching this money as much as possible so that will all be discussed during the third visit or the strategy meeting and then at this point of course when you decide to become a client how do we move forward after that Merce yeah so there's there's already been some time spent on both sides of the table the team has done some work to present uh the the client has taken some time out of their schedule to get to know us so now they know everything about us how we operate how do we take care of our clients a uh some form of a recommendation has been met made and now the client says guys I love everything I want to work with you and so Nick um there's obviously there's a bunch of different steps that we Implement especially in the first year to get everything transitioned and transferred over in a comfortable manner so what it what is Step number one after a client says yes I want to work with you guys yeah so step number one for us is is really getting together and figuring out what information do we have and what information white might we need to get all the paperwork together and all the data um to be able to fill in everything that we need to be able to open an account um the first step is putting together beneficiary information dates of birth um addresses phone numbers contact information making sure we have all of that information that pertains to the specific person and um getting that all that information together and creating an account so that process looks like basically us filling in this documentation with your personal information Charles Schwab requires all of the information that we ask for to be able to open that account in in the client's name um so from there once a lot of that paperwork is signed well typically that's when our team will take that paperwork and submit it to Charles Schwab um that process for them to open the account takes typically uh one to three business days depending on um depending on the type of account and how many accounts we're opening up and that's when transfers will take place that's when I will reach out on um on accounts being opened and making sure that everyone is easily able to access the account and figuring out making sure that they have the actual access on the website on the Charles Schwab app and making sure it's all set in stone so that you're comfortable and able to access the new account and what if your account is already with Charles Schwab what if you're already there if you're already with Charles Schwab that makes it um a whole lot easier so in the case that there um there's an already account at Charles Schwab it's a lot less documentation so they already have all that personal information so it's really one form to add peace of mind as being able to access the account um I'm sorry I just wanted to mention here real quick just so everybody who's listening because obviously there's there's people that might have Accounts at multiple locations just so they understand the structure of of this idea of Charles Schwab so Charles Schwab just everyone knows for us and for many people uh many advisors we don't work for Charles Schwab we're not connected to Charles Schwab when it comes to any kind of financial relationship they don't pay us we're not dictated by them they are simply a custodian and a custodian could be Fidelity it could be TD Ameritrade not very much longer because Charles Schwab bought them it could be Charles Schwab it could be Vanguard any place that you have your accounts our relationship though for us to have our custodian is with Charles Schwab so that's why Nick is saying we're going to get the accounts open there uh one other little caveat though that if you could just speak on uh Nick as far as what if somebody says hey I've got all these things do you have to sell everything that I've got over at Vanguard or sell everything I have over at Fidelity to get it to Charles Schwab mm-hmm so if someone asks that question the answer is no we don't have to sell anything um what happens is um that during the transfer process it's called in kind so all of the Securities all of the holding stocks bonds mutual funds or everything that is held at the other firm whether that be a TD Ameritrade a Fidelity a Vanguard that is all going to transfer in kind so exactly what it's currently in over to Charles Schwab and then Charles Schwab will hold those exact funds um over in the new account so nothing there changes until we come up with a strategy around the Investments and so that occurs afterwards yeah and I think that's important uh particularly on uh non-ira accounts where where a sale can result in a taxable impact so it makes it nice and easy for us as the advisor to bring the asset over without any taxable type of impact and then have a good conversation to evaluate a strategy around a potential liquidation strategy or a hold strategy or something like that so um because sometimes people worry about well do I have to sell everything and that's not the case uh Nick another common question that we do get is someone says hey I'm over at Vanguard and I want to work with you guys but I have you know I have a monthly distribution that's set up for a thousand dollars a month every single month or are you guys going to be able to replicate that for me yeah so in that case really it's just one additional form we can do the same exact thing over at Charles Schwab um and what it is is linking the bank account to the new Charles Schwab account um and so one additional form there will be able to have the your bank account linked to your Schwab account and then we'll also be able to set up recurring withdrawals or recurring distributions to your bank account um from your new Schwab account so exactly like it was at the other firm or at the other custodian it can be replicated right at Charles Schwab yeah so we've talked in in this is right here now so far Nick you've kind of explained this idea of somebody moving a brokerage account to a brokerage account meaning same account to same account or moving an IRA or a Roth IRA or anything like that a trust account we're moving all of those things and we talked about being able just to move that money electronically but the steps are just a little bit different for something that is what is called a a company plan make like a 401k 403 b 457 any of those kind of plans how how is that process just a little bit different than moving Ira to Ira yeah so in that scenario um we will have one less form so it won't be a transfer in this case if it's from a 401k what's going on is really we're calling over likely together to the 401K company and they are required they can't send anything electronically so they're required to um cut a check um for the benefit of um Charles Schwab or for two Charles Schwab for the benefit of you as the person who's the account owner um and so that check after the phone call is made is usually cut and sent either to your address um the person's address who's the account owner or we can send it straight to straw Schwab for them to deposit it right into your account and so the process is a little different there and it depends on typically how fast that that 401k company cuts the check um but in that case it's not electronic it's more of a physical check that's going either to your address or as the account owner or straight to Charles Schwab and I think something that's uh important to point out here is that anytime someone hears the word I'm getting a check uh and a lot of times it's 401K money that we're talking about 403b money that's talking we're talking about which is all pre-tax dollars and if it's done right which we always do it right if we're working together it's done as a trustee to trustee transfer transfer which is similar to a rollover all that to say it's that it's not a taxable event so even though there is a physical check that is mailed from your 401k plan if it's done properly it's not a taxable event so I think that's important to point out too so we've covered a lot there as far as the getting the accounts kind of set up and then we understand there's going to be more steps there as well but that process like you gave us a nice timeline there but there's another aspect of things than just the accounts there's kind of the things that we're going to help folks with on tax planning uh so so I'm gonna ask Taylor Taylor could you kind of walk us through what we're going to try to accomplish at least in the first few months uh when and what would be the steps for us to be able to do that analysis when it comes to taxes yeah so we'll want to start by collecting your most recent tax return that you have filed and we'll take a copy of that tax return and look over it for opportunities to do things like potentially Roth conversions if that's beneficial for your situation we'll do an analysis on that and we can have a conversation about the possibility of doing Roth conversions with you if it makes sense and then there's other tax planning strategies that we could use like if you qualify for qualified charitable distributions we can talk about that and help you set those types of transfers up and then also we could talk about in the way of charitable donations we could also set up a donor advice fund if that's something that you're interested in and something that would benefit your situation just looking for any opportunity to lower your taxable income and consequently lower the amount of taxes that you're going to pay in future years as part of your holistic financial plan in retirement yeah I think what's really nice about this this tax um scenario that we run through is that it gives us the ability to start playing around with your your your overall tax situation and and Taylor can go and manipulate the numbers and say Hey what if we did do a Roth conversion of 20 000 this year what's it really going to cost us or even as simple as sometimes and I think it when when we're talking about people that are withdrawing on their their IRAs and having cash flow coming in the door a lot of times we are using withholdings federal and state withholdings uh to start paying the taxes as we take those withdrawals and sometimes we're way off on our guess as to well how much should I withhold I think a lot of times when I'm talking to someone on the phone and setting this up they say well I have no idea just withhold something well with what what Taylor can do in this software is that we can actually kind of look at where are you falling in your tax bracket and then as some and and it gives us a much better idea rather than just taking a you know a guess in the dark as far as how much should I withhold we have numbers behind that again a simple conversation but it's a really nice um uh part of one of the tools that we have in place here yeah and just could you speak a little bit too about the idea because we talked about moving things in kind whether or not we would sell something that maybe had a gain or do a Roth conversion um of of how you look at this idea of especially for somebody who might be affected with any kind of Irma problems and explain what that means I'll let you handle the Irma part yeah so for our clients who are paying medicare premiums currently over the age of 65 or about to be eligible for Medicare that's something that we want to look at because once you're adjusting gross income goes over a certain level then there's possibilities where your medicare premiums can start increasing and so that's something that we're definitely looking for as well you can kind of look at it as an extra tax that you have to pay or extra medicare premiums so when we're looking at using these strategies especially Roth conversions where we're adding in taxable income in a certain year we want to make sure we're not pushing your income into a space where your medicare premiums are going to go up and it's going to negate the benefits of the Roth conversion so we're definitely looking at it's Irma irmaa which stands for income related monthly adjustment amount and that's related to medicare premiums so and I was really hoping I was like I said man if Morgan asked us what Irma stands for I said I'm going to be so nervous I was going to make up something really good but I'm glad you had the right answer there hey real quick uh oh go ahead go ahead sorry I was gonna say another thing I was going to add too just in the way of tax planning is that for our clients who work with us for our tax preparation services then we'll make sure you're onboarded with one of our CPAs that we work with and we can also help you gather the tax forms that you have for the accounts that we manage for you so making sure you're getting all of your 1099s that you need and not leaving out any of those documents so that you can get those over to your CPA and make sure that your return is filed on time so lots of moving parts that I'm just sitting here listening to it and um and it just makes me go wow this is a lot now I'm on this side and I can imagine a client who's on the other side and they're thinking man all this stuff is happening it's their life savings so Nick what is it that you try to do so that the client is not having to sit and worry has this been done yet is this moving where's this at in the whole process like what do you do to make sure that the client is completely understanding everything yeah so um what I try to do is is communicate as much as I can so whenever I have an update whether that's um an account has opened um I'm usually I'm typically sending out an email letting you know that um or giving you a call um so I'm making sure that you have access to that account and then after that I'm also what Charles Schwab does is they give us an estimated completion date for the transfer um and this is when it's going from another custodian to Charles Schwab um so in that case I will let you know when that is uh that transfer is expected to be completed and then when it's actually has been completed sometimes it's a day or two off and so I will let you know that either by phone or email and then answer any questions along the way whether that's personal information that you'd like to get added to the account getting logged in Where to view your accounts um where to see when the funds come in where to look for it um and then from the 401K process it looks a little different because we don't have an estimated completion date for that um but we do see if it the check has been sent straight to Charles Schwab we do see when they deposit it into the account and then I will be basically letting you know exactly when that happens um or if the check is going straight to your address we're typically communicating just to make sure that that gets put straight into your account so during the whole entire process from account opening from really signing the documentation to account opening to getting the funds moved we're communicating pretty frequently just to make sure that everything's in place set up and really helping you go through the process and then answering any questions for you hey merge could you I thank you so much Nick for explaining that and Taylor but so now here we are we've kind of gotten this this process started where the client is pretty much you know we've gotten the counts open we've gotten some tax information that we're looking at and analyzing and then our our next step once we've kind of are moving along this because we're trying to do piece by piece as we have what we have called because it typically works out that we can do it in this time frame we call it a 45-day meeting can you kind of just like maybe take a little bit Mercer and talk a little bit about that 45-day meeting and what that's designed for yeah so the 45-day meeting is ideally by then all the assets have transferred uh and we've got everything back in in-house in the sense of we've we have everything done from the moving part perspective and now we're getting back together for a couple different reasons one uh to answer any questions so just double take uh take a step and take some time to check in and say hey have you been able to log into Schwab are you able to see everything there have you gotten any mail from Schwab that you have questions on and just take some time to answer questions because it's for a lot of our clients it's a new custodian they use Fidelity for years they use Vanguard for years they were very comfortable with that setup and now they're looking at a different one while they are all very similar they all have their tiny little nuances so it's getting used to something different so we take time to do that the other part of what we're going to do is uh finalize if if there has is anything left to talk about on the investment strategy or deliver the rest of the investment strategy to them so Morgan mentioned the uh what we talked about in the last podcast around this topic was a bucket sheet it's not a technical technical term but we call it a little a bucket sheet that breaks down how we have allocated the accounts to cash safety and growth and so we're finalizing that and giving that to the client so they have a nice one-page document that says hey here's how things are laid out and and going over any questions around that another important piece that we do in this visit is at this point we know a lot about you and we know a lot about things that may or may not need to be updated one that is very common in this visit is we're starting the process for updating that estate Plan a state plan typically means we're either going down the path of setting up a brand new will which which comes with power of attorney documents HIPAA documents and and other important pieces there or we could be going down the route of setting up a trust for our clients all just depends on the conversations that we're having there and that that process we set it up uh because of our relationship with the partner firm we actually have the ability to take care of the cost of that for our clients and um and so that I would say is the next big step in a in a year-long process of getting things fully aligned as far as goals go as far as desires go that that setting up the estate plan is the next big step that we talk about in that 45-day meeting yeah so I think that uh you know at this point uh we've spent uh you know 20 minutes or so just kind of walking through all these different events that occur um but what we want to really have come across here is that uh the client the person that's that's doing this they don't they're not having to worry are these things being taken care of we have a great team here that's just really making sure all of these different things all these different moving parts are taken care of now I will tell you kind of as we close out just so you kind of know we understand this is a lot so the first year we're going to meet quite a bit more but then even ongoing we meet with our clients uh in the first part of the year uh we are going to meet uh all the to make sure that the financial plan is working properly that there if there's any tweaks that need to be done second part of the year is all about taxes and making sure that we're making that we are on the tax planning part of things so we want you to know that this process while it sounds a little bit daunting maybe uh it's not that bad it actually works very very smooth but you also get a sense of all the work that's going on behind the scenes so we hope this has been helpful just to kind of help you see how this whole process works um Morgan you did a great job of the opening and I was hoping you would have a lot of questions you guys are so good at explaining things thank you again Taylor and Nick for coming on and then and walking through all the things you do for us again we hope this has been helpful we know we went through a lot there's a Blog that's written on this that kind of lays all of these steps out so you can just go to our website which is pomwealth.net go to the blog page you'll see it all there uh super easy to be able to navigate thank you very much have a great day we'll talk to you again next Monday we hope this video has given you some confidence and clarity as you plan for a worry-free life in retirement but what else do you need we have created a complimentary video course called three keys to secure your retirement this video walks you through step by step what you need to do to get ready for retirement you can also check out our podcast called secure your retirement you can subscribe below for more retirement tips check out these videos also if you find them valuable please subscribe to our YouTube channel and give us a like
In 2015 451 thousand by 2050 this is a pew research study by the way 3.6 million individuals estimated to be over the age of 100. That'' s over a 500 000 or so change in an approximated finishing equilibrium and also a hundred thousand plus in additional taxes paid what'' s cool down around this software is it separates whatever else other than your distribution technique just how much are you taking from the individual retirement account how much are you taking from the non-ira are you doing any type of roth conversions so being able to isolate everything else as well as just looking at those variables reveals us very plainly that the tax obligation preparation and also revenue preparation part for this couple in this circumstance john and also jane is extremely essential it'' s the distinction separating every little thing else between ending up with regarding a hundred and also seventy thousand estimated or six hundred and sixty thousand so as you can see income intending tax obligation planning play a really vital part in the general retired life plan this software that we looked at over right here this one is assuming what we call a traditional wisdom circulation technique now this software program is that'' s the software application ' s weak point this does not do an excellent task tax preparation however when we overlay the tax preparation software application with the financial planning software application right here when we obtain the 87 percent and also we get it all done this obtains it up to 90 95 96 99 a great deal of times the large takeaway below is that retired life is not just regarding your investments it'' s concerning having a plan that looks at your investments and manages threat but also generating revenue tax obligation preparation as well as health treatment planning along with estate preparation estate planning is extremely vital if it matters to you what occurs to your possessions when you'' re gone so we constantly keep a web link in the summary if you want to get to out to us set an assessment have a phone telephone call and also see if this type of planning is suitable for you it might not be proper for you you may not be an excellent fit for what we do and also that'' s fine with any luck we still can offer value and aid you end up being a terrific have a higher understanding of retired life but if you do want to talk to us there'' s a web link below you can set up a consultation as well as of program share this video clip with a close friend or household participant hit that subscribe switch as well as thumbs up if you liked it as well as if you don'' t like it hit the thumbs down that'' s fine too as well as if you leave a remark we'' re gon na make an effort to deal with those remarks in one large video clip of course we can'' t react to every solitary comment or give individualized monetary guidance yet really feel totally free to comment listed below that helps you to understand that there'' s interaction with this video clip and they'' ll assistance share it with others so they can learn
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did you know that complacency in retirement is a trap when you are contented there is no room for development no area for finding out and also no space for positive change that'' s true jody and there was a current study we just located done by the nash nationwide retired life institute that virtually 30 percent of individuals evaluated claimed life in retired life is worse than when they were working and we hear that from our customers if you'' re among those 30 you'' re clearly in trouble as well as there'' s no factor for you to be obsequious with the status quo of your retired life so today today we'' re going to share with you 5 vital techniques to help obtain you'unstuck if you ' re sensation your retired life is a little unhappy and yet'you ' re simply being obsequious with the status and also if you remain throughout jody and i are mosting likely to show to you our 5 ideas to start this process and also develop understanding around how you'' re feeling so i believe we require to take a step back as well as allow'' s speak about complacency to ensure that you ' re clear what we imply as well as exactly how it might relate to you an obsequious individual is one that is extremely pleased with themselves they'' re nearly comfy they feel there is absolutely nothing they need to do regarding anything or any circumstance in their life even if a circumstance may doubt or unsafe you recognize if you think back on your occupation which jody as well as i did and have actually done you may have been complacent at times now i understand from my 38-year career there were times when i was contented as well as i was most complacent right after i marketed my company i had i had a lot of money in the financial institution i didn'' t have anymore obligation i began to end up being not truly the main person on university anymore and i obtained made use of to the condition quo and also i resembled okay this is you understand this is the means it'' s going to be so i coasted and it takes place to a great deal of people you recognize i'' ve handled individuals as well as enjoyed them turn into complacency and also as a leader it was constantly my obstacle to get them out one of the most difficult point was to make them recognize that that convenience zone they were in wasn'' t healthy and balanced for them and truly extended them it took place to me also at the end of my profession when my business offered as well as as well as different tasks were being aligned in various areas i located as well as i really claimed out loud a couple times i can in fact do my work properly 3 days a week which meant i was wasting two days you understand it'' s funny due to the fact that this was taking place to both people at the exact same time so for the last pair years of our profession we were both rather obsequious and it was tough for us to delve into the retirement phase knowing that we'' re utilized to sort of the status but it'' s interesting because while you'' re contented'you ' re sort of delighted best whatever'' s fine it ' s like a warm snuggly blanket on a chilly day which is excellent every now and then yet would certainly you want that cold day as well as that covering everyday with no development and no opportunity for discovering it might be tough maybe hard and we understand in some cases and also if this is you today we intend to speak with you regarding exactly how to obtain out of that today we just recently satisfied a couple who'' s retired they ' re wed i put on ' t understand 40 45 years they ' re possibly 70 years of ages now she functioned at an early stage yet after that she brought her youngsters up however he constructed a company from square one from the starting half a century appropriate no employees and also he got it up to 2 000 staff members so he began this business from the ground up and just in 2015 he marketed it he didn'' t just offer it he sold it and left in the very same day up till the day before he marketed it he was the boss he was the one everybody reported to he invested his entire day even when he got on trip working which day that he offered the company and also consented to step away it'' s a massive change for him truly actually difficult for him right now well substantial adjustment for him and also a substantial modification for his better half you know she had her regular she had her yoga she had her fitness center she serviced tasks she embellished residences she looked for brand-new boats for them to acquire and trips for them to go on she spent a great deal of time with their kids and their grandchildren and also after that he got in into the home and right into the picture you know she'' s really doing okay yet she'' s having a difficult time obtaining utilized to having him around so much and due to the fact that he'' s so contented'he ' s a little of a drainpipe on her right he has no daily routine he confesses to eating poorly they ' re both alcohol consumption too much now since they ' re with each other and they consume every day at lunch as well as supper and also that'' s that ' s all right for some time or it ' s okay vacationing yet not every solitary day and due to the fact that of'that they ' re both putting on weight they sanctuary ' t exercised in about 8 months as well as with no sort of modification they'' re both strolling down a slippery slope as well as you understand that'' s a clear instance of a pair an individual a 2nd individual but a pair that are clearly in problem right unless they put some effort and also put some definition right into their retired life as well as unless they figure out what the crucial elements are that they need to ensure they'' re not complacent in daily so let'' s jump let ' s delve into the 5 techniques of obtaining unstuck if you ' re in an obsequious state so approach top is to eliminate barriers you'' ve reached believe what ' s obtaining in the method what'' s hindering of me not working out or consuming excessive or alcohol consumption excessive or what tools do i need to assist obtain these obstacles out of the means or maybe it'' s equally as easy as developing brand-new practices which isn ' t really easy well it'' s not but creating new routines it'' s not very easy you ' re ideal jody it ' s not nevertheless if you understand that you need them and you'work with it then the outcome you ' ll beginning to get outcomes as well as i assume it ' s crucial to be imaginative with this for instance getting rid of an obstacle from physical wellness doesn ' t mean you need to sign up with an elegant health club right right and also get all the garments and also sporting activity all the wear perhaps you obtain'an application that ' s what i do perhaps perhaps you do on the internet you understand mark as well as i have actually defined actually the five crucial columns to our retirement that we do not intend to remain in a contented state right and also we check in on it each day we inspect in so it'' s physical health psychological health spouse partner partnership other connections and afterwards knowledge sharing and we examine in on those and we look at the challenges that remain in front of'us if we ' re not mastering those areas so like jody said you know from psychological wellness possibly the barrier is you understand you really feel stressed everyday because you don'' t have a routine beginning yoga exercise or reflection or simply begin journaling your thoughts every morning when you first get up that will help remove your head of this anxiety or also get on the jump on the current pattern of breathing yeah you understand mark you do that every evening as well as and i do when i go to bed you know in my yoga exercise i thought you were dead i learned you understand if you inhale for four you should exhale exhale for six or 8 you recognize to attempt to actually flow which has worked really well for my psychological spouse i currently hold your wrist to inspect your pulse to make certain you sanctuary'' t keeled over on me yet with partnerships this is an additional point that jody and also i it'' s not we don ' t fight with it yet we love our partnerships and also we wish to have new relationship with development close friends but we'' ll find ourselves all of a sudden two weeks without going out to supper with any individual without really speaking with individuals without seeing our kids so what we do is we get our things it'' s never lasted two weeks no not without but not seeing the kids well yep true yet what we do is we get our schedule we find some dates and we call people and make something happen now this takes initiative we understand that as well as you recognize that however however you need to place a little initiative in to get what you desire so strategy one was getting rid of obstacles strategy 2 once you remove the barriers and also you'' ve specified your vital columns you really have to locate a means to produce definition so what does that mean develop meaning in those columns to make sure that you can understand the distinction in between active and not active taking part as well as not getting involved in efforts to make that pillar benefit you yeah and the other point is it'' s not as you know if you just claimed i wish to shed 20 extra pounds you recognize why what'' s the significance behind it what'' s your reason do you want to suit much better clothing do you have among your youngsters weddings coming up do you feel slow i mean there'' s a great deal of great reasons to reduce weight if you'' re obese however you'' ve reached have your reason as well as your vision so that you get up everyday as well as understand while you'' re doing it and also the very same thing uses to exercise definitely you wear'' t exercise because well i check out someplace that workout is good i suggest that'' s crucial yet there should be an end in mind right appropriate hi if this is reverberating with you and you'' re discovering it handy give it a thumbs up and also don'' t forget to subscribe thanks jody for reminding them of that strategy number three we desire you to equip and challenge yourself currently this may be simple for some or difficult but for you what kind of a way of thinking do you have today on your retired life is it an excellent one is it a negative one are you tired are you lonesome you'' ve reached flip this frame of mind and also live it in a favorable means which is additionally just having a favorable perspective and also in some cases that'' s just having a look at it holistically realizing this is the time of your life that you are in cost of best you'' re accountable of your schedule you'' re you ' re in fee of your health and wellness and your health what you'you are that you ' re in cost of every little thing and together with that give it the positive attitude that you need to be successful and to test on your own set small objectives we understand individuals that state yeah i really intend to start exercising i actually wish to eat much better well look it'' s simply obtaining fantastic it is excellent i wish to do it yet doing it is various so when you obtain up tomorrow early morning you'' ve constantly wished to stroll 20 minutes stand up and stroll 20 mins do it tomorrow that'' s it simply do it when and afterwards the following day do it once again and also 3rd day do it once again it'' s a small objective but as you begin to do that after that you will certainly start to realize the benefits of workout and sensation excellent and also the other thing is favorable self talk talk positively to yourself and also favorably about on your own to others that'' s a great way to wrap that a person up because many individuals hang out with adverse self-talk right it'' s awful and a person when stated to me you recognize the things you say to yourself you would certainly never ever claim to anyone else naturally not why are you stating them to yourself so i put that little nugget around the fourth method is really vital and also it'' s one that we obtain the many pushback from our clients to actually specify a path or a roadmap you know a vision or a desire where you can lay out actions and take them one by one as well as regularly reassess where you are as well as what your satisfaction degree is that is the opposite of being contented and for me you'' ve heard me say this prior to as well as i put on'' t work out five days a week since my goal is to work out five days a week my vision is to be literally independent at the age of 90.
That'' s my vision so that ' s um how several years is that'that ' s 20 that ' s 26 even more years mathematics was never ever your'struggle that'' s a whole lot that ' s funny that ' s a lengthy time yet right here ' s the point in order to do that when i obtain up as well as i'workout i know why i ' m doing it'i understand it ' s helping i know it ' s relocating me further in the direction of that objective as well as it ' s alright to miss a day in my mind because i have 30 years of this but having this vision is so important instead of just saying i'' m going to work out 5 days a week i imply it'' s very easy to stop as well as you additionally desire to regularly reassess it yeah this 5th strategy is my preferred though you recognize commemorate your success along the method um little points rewards points that are healthy and balanced for you as well as i was speaking to note this early morning as well as you always go to amazon for an incentive i do not i store neighborhood thank you really a lot oh okay all right for the residents that are enjoying she does i do store neighborhood yet for what you want but it'' s not neighborhood yet for like a healthy incentive you recognize i'' ve been assuming a great deal about this since i'' ve been truly exercising what i teach as well as really attempting to send out rewards to also our children when they get you understand points occurring actually well in their life and stuff but actually healthy and balanced benefits you understand i made a difficulty to myself to go to yoga exercise at least 4 days a week for a month and my reward was a new yoga exercise mat where i wouldn'' t slip and slide all over the place so it was a healthy incentive um and i and also i really appreciated it i additionally shared my objective with a couple of friends who helped me out send me a text in the morning i'' m going to the 6am are you going you'' re excellent with that you'' re creating as well as you ' re also spreading out the information concerning you'understand going to yoga exercise the advantages of yoga you ' ve currently got 3 or 4 individuals to go since you ' re going and also i love that due to the fact that it ' s also producing community so that was our 5 strategies let'' s just you stay to the end we appreciate that we have 5 fast tips you want to offer you just to get to obtain us started and also the initial one is show on the crucial elements of your life right now as well as again our 5 core columns are physical health mental wellness relationships spouse companion partnership and a part of knowledge sharing reflect on where you are with that right currently and you also might have 5 you could have 3 you may have 7 but the suggestion is that you have them that you recognize what the vital pillars for you are so then as soon as you have them the second action would certainly be be straightforward with on your own as well as figure out is there an area below where you'' re a little complacent as well as after that the large point below is to be straightforward if you are complacent okay so you know what it is you understand you'' re complacent regarding it as well as after that the 3rd action would certainly be to jump into that location and use what you learned today on this video so that you can get out of complacency as well as make something take place in that area and after that the 4th is always figure out the impact of all the changes that you'' re making that ' s where you ' ll really see the progress right you understand for us we'' re both functioning really tough on our exercise our mindfulness our nutrition as well as we both feel so much better every day we feel much better by making the ideal selections as well as you can too and also then the last one the last one is just maintain going yeah and simply remember an engaged life is a healthier life yeah we hope you enjoyed this please share this with your good friends please subscribe give us a thumbs up we actually delight in functioning with you individuals and also really hope to see you once more quickly and also lastly wear'' t fail to remember join our free facebook neighborhood the link is in the notes below thanks for paying attention and also we look onward to being with you again quickly youRead More