"Retirement isn't the end. It's the start of what you were meant for all along."
What--are you kidding me? Please don't tell me anyone actually believes this! And yet, they really said this--it's a direct quote. So I'm wondering why no one in this firm's marketing department apparently noticed what a sad and pathetic perspective on life this is. "So you're telling me that the first 65 years of my life is some kind of hollow, joyless hardship tour whose only purpose is to fund the 10 years at the end when I get to actually live the life I was made for?"
That's a load of crap, I say. When you really get clear about your greater life purpose, and go after that vision with boldness and authenticity, the whole idea of retirement becomes irrelevant.