In this episode of Rock Your Retirement we talked to Mira Simon. You can listen to the show at http://rockyourretirement.libsyn.com/the-best-gift-to-your-grandchild-ever-episode-14
The Best Gift to your Grandchild
Mira Simon can help you give the best gift to your grandchild EVER.
She is a professionally trained coach from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), and an independent educational consultant who specializes in helping High School Students to go through the college planning, preparation and application process without overwhelm, so that they feel excited and confident that they have what they need to choose a college that is best for them. How is her service the best gift to your grandchild? Mira’s coach training provides the unique foundation that helps students to explore their talents, strengths and passions, discover their purpose and use that to develop their vision for the future so that they can design the path that helps them to find their college, IN college and throughout their life.
When she first started working as a coach, she worked with pre-retirees. These were adults, who weren’t ready to retire yet and were looking for the next chapter in their careers. She noticed a lot of them had unfulfilled goals or dreams from their college. Let’s face it, how many of us really knew what we wanted to do in college?
SANDWICH GENERATION ISSUES
- Mira answers the question: What is a Pre-Retirement Coach and how one can help you?
- How you can give the Best Gift to your Grandchild ever by helping them create their college plan
- How college coaching can help high school students go through the college planning, preparation and application process without overwhelm. Again, how this is the best gift to your grandchild-Ever!
- How Mira helps your grandchildren explore their passions and discover the colleges that would be best for them.
What do you think people should know BEFORE they retire?
Understanding what it is that you would love to have your retirement look like. Enter your retirement with a goal, a plan, and an intention.
If you were sitting across the table from a new retiree, what’s the one piece of advice that you would give to have a successful retirement?
Have a passion scavenger hunt!