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Can You Retire on $1,230 a Month?

Yes, You Can retire Without MoneyThis message is meant primarily for readers 50 years old and older.

According to the U. S. Social Security Administration, the average monthly Social Security benefit for a retired worker is about $1,230.

That’s the average—yours will be more or less than that based upon what you and your employer have contributed since you began working.

What kind of a lifestyle will you have on your social security check?

Hopefully you have savings, good equity in your home, and a fat 401K to allow you to retire when you want and in the style you would like.

But the vast majority of Americans in the 50-plus range are substantially underfunded when it comes to retirement income. Many have no plan at all.

So this means working at least into their 70’s and/or cutting back substantially on expenses. And that’s not so easy to do.

But I have good news. It doesn’t take a large investment portfolio to retire, it takes an income—a dependable, steady income that will pay you through your golden years.

Because there is such a great need and because there are so many Baby Boomers reaching retirement age over the next few years, we’re creating a complete system in which anyone can design, create and benefit from a “Lifestyle Business”.

I’ve been working on it ever since The Achievement Code came out last year. And I’m excited to be able to help so many people who want to SUBSTANTIALLY improve their retirement years.

It’s all launching in just a few weeks.

But I wanted to tell you about it today, because there is an opportunity for a few individuals to participate at a special price, with personal attention from me, while it is in beta.

This is a chance for you to start (or reinvent) a no- or low-cost, no-risk, lifestyle business of your own with my personal guidance and support.

I’m looking for a handful of serious, committed and hard-working people to create a whole new chapter in their lives.

We’ll be sharing all the great details and the many powerful benefits of our new program over the next few weeks. But I want to start with a very small group of people over the next three months to be used as case studies and success stories. That will also mean some valuable exposure for you and your new business.

If you think you would like to be part of this, contact me so we can chat. Please, only serious inquiries. I don’t want to waste your time or mine.

I’ll explain more when we chat by phone.

Send your name, eMail address and phone number to Michael@SuccessNet.org with LIFESTYLE BIZ in the subject.

I look forward to helping you make your golden years your very BEST years.

Michael Angier

PS: As part of the “Silver Tsunami”, it’s your turn and it’s your time. You can design and create your own business that supports your lifestyle—that’s why we call it a lifestyle business.

Top Ten Reasons You Need a Coach/Mentor

coach1. Get and Stay Clear
Clarity leads to power. And a good coach will ask the right questions, get you thinking more clearly and keep you clear.

2. Keep You Focused
We all know how easy it is to get sidetracked, stopped or stalemated. And a good mentor can keep you constantly pointed in the right direction and moving forward.

3. Tough Decisions
Being unsure about the next best step or the best choice to make when the big decisions loom can stop you and render you ineffective. Your mentor can help you make those tough decisions and maintain momentum.

4. Sounding Board
Having someone to listen to you and bounce ideas off from is invaluable. Contrary to what is often said, we DO learn when we talk. Speaking our thoughts and ideas out loud clarifies our thinking.

5. Inspiration and Motivation
We all need to be motivated. We all need inspiration. And we need it often. Your coach can provide a regular dose of both.

6. Systems, Strategies and Tactics
Your coach can teach you the things his or her experience has provided. It’s always best to learn from those who have gone before.

7. Save Time, Money and Stress
By following the guidance, cautions and recommendations of your mentor, you can save yourself loads of heartache, regrets and resources that come from mistakes.

8. Build Your Network
The connections your mentor has can open doors that would take you many years to accomplish on your own. By introducing you to people who can help, you can cultivate and nurture a network that can last you a lifetime.

9. Challenge
A good coach will stretch you and challenge you to be your best—to go for things you likely would not on your own.

10. Celebrate Your Successes
Your mentor will remind you to celebrate your accomplishments. This will help you develop the practice of rejoicing and punctuating your wins.

Virtually all professional athletes have coaches. They know they need the perspective, experience and all the reasons mentioned above to play at their best. Why should you be any different?

Coaching Call with Me
Would you like me to help you solve a problem, brainstorm an idea, gain clarity on an issue, get advice on a course of action or do a mini business makeover?

Then click here to schedule your one-on-one call with me.

I’m willing to give you my personal and professional best—one-on-one for 50 minutes.

During this time I will listen, ask you questions, offer suggestions, provide resources, and help you get clear on the next steps for you to achieving your objective.

Or, I’ll help you get clear on what your top objectives are—what do you really want, why do you want them and how you can get there.

What would it be worth for you to get clear and go forward with confidence and clarity to achieve whatever you desire?

NOTE: Due to time restrictions, this offer may be withdrawn without notice.

Click here to schedule your one-on-one call with me.