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Cathy Severson, Phoenix, AZ Retirement CoachMy name is Cathy Severson and I’m passionate about helping adults figure out, not only what they want to do when they retire, but who they want to be. Let me help you!

The NUMBER ONE mistake people make is believing that retirement life will take care of itself. A satisfying retirement requires planning and retirement planning involves taking the time to think seriously about who you are and what you want for this next phase of your life.

Many people have been successful in their career and raising a family, only to find retirement much more difficult than they imaged. I’ve been helping people find passion and meaning in their lives for over twenty years. That is why RLM Now was created, because Retirement Life Matters Now!
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