Visualize your way to a better retirement with this article by Steve Vernon. "According to a recent study by TD Bank, people who visualize meeting their future goals are much more likely to succeed at achieving them."
According to the study, "people who keep images, photos or vision boards of their goals are almost twice as likely to be confident they'll meet their goals compared to people who don't (59 percent vs. 31 percent)." "How can you use psychology to improve your retirement? While you're working, imagine how you'll look and feel if you don't have to work as hard, and imagine the things you'll do with your newfound freedom. That might give you the motivation to ramp up your savings and spend more time planning for your retirement income portfolio." Give it a try! But don't forget to consider the obstacles and plan for how you will overcome them. See: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/visualize-your-way-to-a-better-retirement/