When it comes to planning for your retirement, procrastination is the enemy!

We all procrastinate from time to time, and it occurs with tasks we find unpleasant. Planning for retirement is often considered an unpleasant task because it is often overwhelming, unfamiliar and requires many sacrifices and self-discipline. Unfortunately, procrastination will hinder our long-term success. But with the proper tools, we can overcome procrastination.


The main problem is that planning for retirement isn’t a task that has to be done immediately, as in right now! It can wait a day, week, month or maybe a year or two. How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. The size of a project can also contribute to procrastination. It is easy to become overwhelmed by retirement, but it is really just a collection of many smaller steps. An experienced retirement adviser is not phased because they know what those steps are, they know what order they need to be completed in, and they know how to help their clients execute each step. Come along Dylan Mann’s next short course to learn the planning process for your dream retirement without the stress!

“Procrastination makes easy things hard and hard things harder”

– Mason Cooley