You close out this page and carry on with your day.
You choose to ignore the feeling that there could be more to your retirement than you’ve experienced so far.
You keep living your retirement the same way - waking up day after day, doing what you want when you want, with no clear sense of direction or purpose or plan.
And like most retirees, you look back on the next 10-20 years and think, “Not bad.”
It’s not like you had a terrible life or anything like that. Overall, it was just ‘good’.
But then there’s this nagging thought in the back of your mind that wonders, “what if?”
What difference could I have made?
What experiences could I have had?
What challenges could I have overcome?
What relationships could I have developed?
What skills could I have learned?
What more could I have passed to the next generation?
And that brings us to…