Is Your Lifestyle in Retirement in Sudden Death?

1 Minute Tips

Date: 22/05/2018

Your 1-Minute Business Leadership Tip 


I love the drama of championship games.

Who can forget when Canada played the USA in the Gold Medal Game at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver?

With just 25 seconds left, Zach Parise tied the game for the USA and sent it to sudden death overtime.

7 minutes and 40 seconds into overtime, Sidney Crosby took a pass from Jarome Iginla and fired it on net.

I’ll always remember Chris Cuthbert’s call.

“Sidney Crosby, the golden goal... and Canada has a once-in-a-lifetime Olympic gold!"

Anything could have happened in overtime.

7 minutes and 40 seconds into overtime, Sidney Crosby took a pass from Jarome Iginla and fired it on net.
I’ll always remember Chris Cuthbert’s call.  “Sidney Crosby, the golden goal... and Canada has a once-in-a-lifetime Olympic gold!"
 
Anything could have happened in overtime.
 
Yes, Canada won…But it was a scary win.  This makes for great hockey, but is this how you want your money and lifestyle to go?
 
Do you really want to wait for the last few years of life to know if you've won?  It will rob you all the joy.
 
Remember: You only go through life ONCE.  So, what are you doing to be sure your lifestyle dreams come true?
 
Don't wait until sudden death!
 
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Stuart Sutton,
 B.Comm., CFP
Certified Financial Planner
 
 
"Half our life is spent trying to find something to do with the time we have rushed through life trying to save."
                                                                             - Will Rogers

 

 

 
 
 
 
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