Choosing the Right Place at the Right Time in the 2nd Half of Life with Dorian Mintzer and Ryan Frederick
Place plays a significant but often unacknowledged role in health and happiness. The right place elevates personal well-being. It can help promote purpose, facilitate human connection, catalyze physical activity, support financial health, and inspire community engagement. Conversely, the wrong place can be detrimental to health. For many of us, the pandemic has raised the importance of where you live but evaluating and finding the best place for you can be challenging.
In this episode, you'll discover:
- The key tenets of successful aging, including the role of place as a direct and indirect driver for a long, healthy, and financially secure life
- How to think broadly about place – it is much more than the four walls of your home
- Tips on evaluating the fit of your current place
- Next steps to improve your current place or how to find and move to another place
- How to talk to family about possible changes in place
About Ryan Frederick:
Ryan Frederick focuses on the intersection of place and healthy aging. He recently released his first book, Right Place, Right Time: The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Home for the Second Half of Life, an Amazon bestseller.
He advises real estate and health organizations on creating better places to help people thrive. He provides regular content for consumers to make wise choices about places to live a long, healthy, and financially secure life.
Ryan is a Princeton University and Stanford Business School graduate and lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and three teenagers.
Get in touch with Ryan Frederick:
Visit Ryan's website: https://www.here.life/
Buy Ryan's book: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/ryanfrederick
Take Ryan's Assessment: https://www.here.life/assessment
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