Achieve a sense of direction for your retirement and ensure that you're keeping what's most important to you a priority in your day-to-day.
- 1Learn the 5 D's and 1B of retirement (and how to avoid them)
- 2Discover your blend of the 3 Key Aspects
- 3Define your own specs for satisfaction that will flesh out your life mapping
- 4Stay organized by the way your brain works and not the other way around
Organizational Journals (or OJOs for short) are designed to help you retool the structure, social connections and sense of purpose in your next phase of life so they're genuinely satisfying.
By having an OJO, you're allowing yourself to make decisions based on data you collect instead of relying on your memory.
With simple bullet journals, you can focus more on who and what is important in your life, and it'll let you know at a glance when things are going well, and when it's time to try something else.
I've been teaching a general Organizational Journaling class for years that has offered techniques and practices for leading an uncluttered, focused and creative life that is reflected back to you from totally individualized, non-pre-printed notebook pages that work the way your brain works, and not the other way around.
When I started researching my own retirement options, I realized that using those techniques for this specific purpose would produce the perfect container for capturing the exploration each person goes through to arrive at who and what is important in their lives now, and keeping them top of mind for a satisfying retirement.