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MURRIETA, CA, February 02, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Craig Misuradze launched his new book "Simple Retirement: 7 Simple Steps to Your Best "Second-Half" Life" and it became a #1 best seller on December 1, 2019.
Craig Misuradze teaches the reader that stepping off the roller coaster of fear of loss, running out of money, and onto the road of peace, growth, and stability is not complicated – it's simple.
After years of studying the research of income and financial planning in retirement, and over twenty years "in the trenches" helping clients optimize their retirement years, Craig Misuradze has uncovered 7 Simple Steps to set your retirement financial foundation. This allows you to fully embrace the stuff that really matters in this magnificent "second-half" of life – your own personal journey of inner discovery, growth, purpose, and meaning.
The author is quick to point out "Do not assume that what you have been doing all these years heading toward retirement is what will be right for retirement. People need to change their mindset, which includes shifting into a preservation mindset versus growth mindset and taking less risk moving forward. Additionally, the standard investment line 'past performance is not indicative of future results' has never been more true than it is today."
"Innovation and planning is so important. Becoming a thriving entrepreneur includes making plans for every phase of life. Innovative plans begin with the 'why' behind the 'what' you do. Embracing your new plans, with attitude of expectation, is how you continue to be a thriving entrepreneur." Steve Kidd, host Thriving Entrepreneur.
You can get the book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2DJSEee
Craig Misuradze is an independent fiduciary advisor, an independent advisor representative with Horter Investment Management, and the president and founder of Agewise Financial, Inc. (agewisefinancial.com), with offices in Palm Desert and Murrieta, California. He has specialized for over twenty years in helping people with their transition from working years to retirement.
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