Here’s what’s included in your investment of $1997:



  • 9 Lesson Modules
  • 18 dynamic original videos
  • Pre-program Strategy Session with Larry
  • Private Client Portal for interactive communication
  • Digital Action Guide organizes your work online
  • Post your work and request feedback
  • Separate work sections for each module
  • Online access to Larry between lessons 
  • Continuous review of your work by Larry
  • Personally created Plan of Action written by Larry based on your work
  • Final wrap-up live with Larry via phone or Skype to review your Plan of Action

And there's more:

  • Discounted pricing for further VIP Personal Coaching
  • Referral Bonus of Continual Coaching for You for referring others
  • 100% confidentiality. Communication through your portal, not email
  • Take up to 12 weeks for 9 modules
  • Optional installment plan
  • Online payments with confidence through Paypal or credit card.               



Course Curriculum:

  Sail Into Retirement


At the end of the program, you will have your Plan of Action in hand and be on your way to the retirement life of your dreams!

1.   Your Vision.

     It’s your turn to choose. This is YOUR chance at a new beginning. We have all entertained ideas of reinventing ourselves, of having a chance to live life differently and by our own rules. If you could do anything, what would it be? In this first lesson, you will find or confirm your true passion, develop the details, and discover how it can merge with your current skills, knowledge and expertise you bring from your career and work life. This deep inner exploration is worth the time and effort. What you learn or confirm about your desires will be the basis for what you will learn to achieve. We are each given one great opportunity at life, and this is your time to ensure you live that life to its fullest potential. What are you going to do with the rest of your life? After Module One, you’ll know the answer.

“Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do.  So throw off the bowlines.  Sail away from the safe harbor.  Catch the trade winds in your sails.  Explore.  Dream.  Discover.”

Mark Twain


2. Knocking Down the Bowling Pins

     Goals are like bowling pins. You can knock them down one at a time or all at once. We’ll turn your dream retirement life into a series of goals and begin knocking them down. It’s difficult to comprehend a plan for the next chapter of your life. Many people don’t make a plan because often the dream is big and therefore seems overwhelming.

     In this module, you’ll learn how to diffuse the overwhelming feelings by creating a plan and then taking the first step of that plan. Your dream retirement life will materialize one step at a time as you achieve the smaller goals you’ll set. This lesson will focus on making the biggest dream you thought impossible by achieving manageable smaller. Almost every big dream appears too big until you realize it starts with just one step. After beginning the work from this lesson, you are on a roll.

 “Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.”

Andre Gide




3. Analyzing your own situation.

     When was the last time you analyzed yourself or something you were doing for yourself? I mean truly analyzing it in depth. You most likely have done this in your career life for your work role, your department, company, or even industry.

     You’re about to look in depth at you and what may or not affect you achieving your goals. We‘ll be applying a powerful business tool to your personal life, which will enable you to analyze your personal Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats to your vision and goals, which you created in Lessons one and two. You’ll learn to take advantage of the Strengths and Opportunities and let go of, or work around the Weaknesses and Threats. Once you’ve achieved this analysis, it’s just a matter of applying the logic. And yes, you’re going to learn that too.

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson




4. Is the Risk Worth the Reward?

     All dreams, projects, and new ventures contain some form of risk. We all know the rules: No risk, no reward, and usually the bigger the risk, the bigger the reward. In this Module, you’ll learn to analyze the risks of every vision, goal, and step you intend to go for and determine if the risks are worth taking. Risks are often worth it and analyzing them first will determine their viability and provide the courage you need to go out on a limb. There is no right answer, but after this Module, you’ll know how to come to a conclusion of whether to risk or not to risk. Do you know the #1 obstacle to most people achieving their big dreams? You’ll know after this lesson and it isn’t what you think.

“Take a chance!  All life is a chance.  The person who goes farthest is generally the one who is willing to do and dare.  The “sure thing” boat never gets far from shore.”

Dale Carnegie 





5. Making Decisions for YOU.

     Why are you stalling on decisions about your retirement life?  Decision-making was part of your everyday professional life, so why is it so hard in your personal life? You used a system to make decisions during your career life. It may not have been an official system, but you used one. In this Module, you’ll learn to use your own priorities to guide your decisions. New decisions about your life will come so much easier now after you implement this super simple system. You’ll identify and confirm what your priorities are and begin right away using them to help you make life-affecting decisions. We were taught many things throughout life, but it’s doubtful anybody ever taught you a system for decision-making. It’s never too late to learn and this is where you’ll start.  

“Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson




6.   Learning to Use Fear to Your Advantage

     Making any transition in life can be scary, especially one that involves the opportunity to start again. Fear often causes paralysis in making decisions and handling the ups and downs of life. You’ll learn how to identify the big stumbling block called FEAR and how to use it to your advantage to move forward. After this lesson you won’t let fear or any other obstacle stand in the way of achieving the retirement life you desire. This lesson was made famous in a TEDx talk by Larry Jacobson.

“There is a time to take counsel of your fears, and there is a time to never listen to any

General George S. Patton




7.   Such Attitude!

     Many new retirees fall into depression with the fist year of letting go of their work life. That won’t happen to you because you’ll know how to intercept a bad attitude or less than positive perspective. Forward movement needs a Positive Perspective and you’ll learn how to find that in almost every situation you encounter. You often can’t control what and when events and circumstances happen. However, you can control how you react to them. That reaction is your perspective and you’ll learn the techniques to always be able to see the positive side. This is a critical lesson for new retirees.

“You don't stop laughing because you grow older. You grow older because you stop laughing.” 

Maurice Chevalier






8.   Perseverance is a Learned Trait.

     Do you have the perseverance it takes to start something new and stick with it?  Do you have the tenacity to keep going, even when the going gets tough? Do difficult circumstances easily dissuade you from continuing? After this lesson, you won’t just take your first step in a new direction; you’ll keep going with newly found strength and tenacity toward your dream retirement life. You aren’t born with tenacity; you learn it from practice. By the end of this Module, you’ll be in the habit of calling on your perseverance trait when you want it, not just when you need it.

“Perseverance and persistence in spite of all obstacles, discouragement, and
impossibilities: it is this that in all things distinguishes the strong soul from the weak.”

Thomas Carlyle




9. Commitment to yourself.

     Think about how many commitments you made to your professional career. Think about how many times those obligations meant sacrificing your personal promises to yourself, friends, and family. This time the commitment is to you and your vision. 

     You will complete the course with confidence in your Plan of Action. You’ll take the first step in that plan knowing the rest is going to follow. You will be one of the few with an actual plan for your retirement years and this lesson will teach you the skills to keep your commitment to that plan.

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”

Winston Churchill


10. Your Plan of Action

     After your coach reviews all of your lessons, he will personally complete your Plan of Action. He will send it to you via your private client portal and then schedule a live phone or Skype call to review that plan with you. After this live session, you’ll be ready to take the first step outlined in your Plan knowing the rest will follow as they should.

     By the time this 30-minute session is complete, you will know that you have changed your life for the better. You will have a plan and a new found confidence in what you’re going to do with the rest of your life. You’ll discuss your plan, options, risk factors, and any other of the course work you have completed. It’s the ultimate way to wrap up the learning.

     This course has been much more than just studying. It has been implementing the new knowledge to put you on a course toward the life of your dreams.

“I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.”

William Ernest Henley 



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