Is it time for a course correction?

Each fall, monarch butterflies migrate over 2,000 miles to central Mexico.

Interestingly, when making course corrections, monarchs do not simply take the shortest turn to get back on route. They align themselves according to what’s called a separation point, and if a monarch gets off course, it will turn whichever direction won’t require it to cross that separation point.

Monarch butterflies plot course corrections and take action all along their path to Mexico.

Like the Monarch butterfly, your retirement can’t be left on autopilot. It’s important to have your plan regularly simulated and plot course corrections due to inevitable changes.

Have you had your plan simulated lately? Maybe now is a good time to ensure you are on course.