Making 2020 your best year yet


Happy New Year!

There are many ways to make ‘2020 Your Best Year Yet’.

As discussed in the first episode in this series, one of those ways is to consider your most important priorities and make sure you spend time doing the things of most importance to you.

Another way is to continue to learn. And what better way than to learn from those who know more than us!

This week, Justin discusses the books he highly recommends you read in 2020. He introduces each book and why you may want to consider taking time to read them.

We are also delighted to announce this week that The Retirement Café podcast has a new sponsor! Timelineapp helps financial planners bring a client’s retirement journey to life and answer their big retirement income questions.

We are excited to have Timeline on board – they’re an extremely progressive and exciting company and their fit with what we’re trying to do with this podcast is spot on.

We’re aiming to help you feel more informed in your retirement. Timeline helps you feel informed about how your retirement savings can be put to best use, so you don’t run out of money.

Justin chats about Timeline more on this episode, so tune in now to episode 061 of The Retirement Café Podcast


Useful links

Episode 060: How to make New Year’s Resolutions stick

Timelineapp – helping you understand when you’ll run out of money, the new sponsor of The Retirement Café podcast.

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Recommended Books

Alchemy by Rory Sutherland

Stillness is the Key by Ryan Holiday

The Secret Barrister by The Secret Barrister

Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari

Ultralearning by Scott H. Young


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