A unique presentation from Amy Babinchak and Karl W. Palachuk.
For the self-employed, retirement looks different than for the rest of the workforce. For traditional workers, the road to retirement consists of working, working, working until they, well, stop working. At the same time these folks go from pumping money into saving to drawing money out.
For those of us who are self-employed, the transition is quite different. We work, save, and spend all the time. Transitioning to retirement involves shifting this balance that we’ve grown so used to.
But it also involves more than that. In the 2020’s, you might not “retire” all, but transition to a different mix of working, consulting, and spending more time on hobbies and family adventures. You might gig a bit, work six months on/six months off, or do whatever makes you happy.
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None of that will fall into place by itself. Do you even have a hobby? Do you know where you might travel for a month? Today’s post-work, non-retirement can be anything you want. But you still need to prepare. You have to make sure your personal finances are set up properly. You have to know where you want live out your dream. And you need to craft a new life life for yourself – made possible the work you’ve done of the last twenty or thirty years.
This is NOT just another “Exit Strategy” seminar. Long-time community leaders Amy Babinchak and Karl Palachuk will cover the other side of planning for your traditional post-work life as a self-employed consultant.
Amy Babinchak has operated a best-in-class MSP for over 20 years and two other related IT businesses. She is a highly respected technology business and M&A expert, influencer, thought leader, speaker, author and teacher. Her industry recognition includes 16-time Microsoft MVP, MSP 501 recipient, 100 Most Visible Channel Leaders, SMB 150 awardee and many more. Amy currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors of NSITSP.
Karl W. Palachuk has built and sold two successful IT service companies in Sacramento, CA. He is one of the founders of the Managed Services business model and has written more than 20 books – mostly on how you can run a better consulting business. Karl owns IT Service Provider University and runs the Small Biz Thoughts Technology Community. He founded the NSITSP in 2021. Karl is currently a Board Member of the NSITSP.