I'M CYN MEYER,

AND I BELIEVE...

 

  • Life is short and fast.
  • You will experience many adventures and much personal growth.
  • You will overcome your fears and have the confidence to try new things.
  • You will be proactive in taking care of your mental and physical health, so that you can age comfortably in place, surrounded by meaningful people.

As a boomer's baby, I believe it's important to be proactive in reaching your life goals, before the aging process robs you of your dreams and instead gives you lifelong regrets.

 

Let’s find your second wind, so you can live out your next chapters with energy, purpose and fulfillment.

WHO I SERVE

I help seniors proactively create their ideal lifestyle, before their declining health and aging issues (and things they can't control) stand in their way.

If you’re anything like most retirees, you were super excited about crossing that finish line.

But...after the honeymoon phase you’re now having an identity crisis because your life is nothing like what you imagined. You find yourself thinking things like:

  • Who am I now?
  • I'm interested but don't know how to ---
  • I’m too old to ---
  • What’s the point?

That, or you’re afraid to retire, because you don’t know what the heck you’re gonna do with yourself. You’ve done a great job financially planning but not so much the personal planning.

I feel very strongly about helping you shake up your life, so you can take control of your retirement years and fill your life with purpose. Otherwise, you’re right - what’s the point?

WHY DO I SERVE SENIORS?

I grew up a musician and play violin for seniors in retirement homes still to this day. I’ve always been drawn to seniors and thought they held so much wisdom. They could tell stories for hours and I thought they had all the answers to claiming a fulfilling life.

While it may be true for some people, it’s certainly not true for most.

There are way too many people in nursing homes (1.7 million in the US) most of whom are lonely, bored and unhealthy, just waiting out the end of their life without purpose.

I’m committed to helping seniors because I believe this will be a preventative way to keep more of the elderly out of nursing homes, and aging comfortably in place at home.

I also believe that by supporting a movement of super power seniors, there will be a cultural shift where we respect the elderly and aspire to be like them… instead of ignoring and fearing the aging process.

Are you ready to be proactive in living out the best version of the rest of your life?

Join me in this Second Wind Movement by applying for a membership.
Caveat: only those serious about change accepted.

WHY DO I SERVE SENIORS?

I grew up a musician and play violin for seniors in retirement homes still to this day. I’ve always been drawn to seniors and thought they held so much wisdom. They could tell stories for hours and I thought they had all the answers to claiming a fulfilling life.

While it may be true for some people, it’s certainly not true for most.

There are way too many people in nursing homes (1.7 million in the US) most of whom are lonely, bored and unhealthy, just waiting out the end of their life without purpose.

I’m committed to helping seniors because I believe this will be a preventative way to keep more of the elderly out of nursing homes, and aging comfortably in place at home.

I also believe that by supporting a movement of super power seniors, there will be a cultural shift where we respect the elderly and aspire to be like them… instead of ignoring and fearing the aging process.

Are you ready to be proactive in living out the best version of the rest of your life?

Join me in this Second Wind Movement by applying for a membership.
Caveat: only those serious about change accepted.

WHY DO I EVEN CARE?

I’ve experienced a lot of loss and death in my life and I don’t think the majority of those who have passed actually had a chance to live out fulfilling lives - and this hurts me.

I saw this first in my aunt’s passing when I was 16, and ever since then, I’ve always had a deep fear of aging without a purpose. There are hints of this feeling everywhere:  

My mother-in-law said to me recently, I feel like when I retire it’ll be time to die.

My dad had a near-death experience in 2011 and although he survived a brain surgery and 38 rounds of radiation, he didn’t seize his amazing “newfound appreciation for life” and immediately went back to his old habits of living a life of duty and worry. Now he’s afraid to retire because he thinks he’ll be bored.

Why does this happen?

We aren’t given the right tools and mindset to take new action and break bad habits. We grow up living a life of duty and try so hard to fit into a perfect society that not only doesn’t exist, but makes us miserable because it hides our true passions and dreams. And on top of that, living a life of duty steals away our time - which is our most valuable asset in life.  

WHAT'S MY STORY?

I too was guilty of living a life of duty and ignoring my passions. I graduated from a great college, worked a corporate gig, got my MBA and achieved a 15-year career in marketing. Sure I was good at it and making a decent living but was I really happy?

I didn’t know the answer was a resounding no, until my husband and I had our first baby. A month after I returned from maternity leave, I hit a wall… not because I was back to working 12+ hours a day, but because I was afraid I would wake up 18 years later and miss so many sweet moments of family life for nothing purposeful. And I knew that time would just zip by.

That lifestyle seemed completely pointless to me, so I became obsessed with finding a way to live out my real values in life, and on my own terms. I wanted a life that prioritized: family, freedom, goodness, impact, honesty and creativity.

Core values are different for everyone, which makes it that much more important to stick to a lifestyle that aligns with your own.

When I finally found the right tools that completely changed my life, I worked incredibly hard to put the important lessons into play and now my life’s work is dedicated to helping seniors do this very thing during their retirement - live a life that aligns with their unique core values.  

Ready to find your second wind?

WHAT'S MY STORY?

I too was guilty of living a life of duty and ignoring my passions. I graduated from a great college, worked a corporate gig, got my MBA and achieved a 15-year career in marketing. Sure I was good at it and making a decent living but was I really happy?

I didn’t know the answer was a resounding no, until my husband and I had our first baby. A month after I returned from maternity leave, I hit a wall… not because I was back to working 14+ hours a day, but because I was afraid I would wake up 18 years later and miss so many sweet moments of family life without living up to my potential. And I knew that time would just zip by.

That lifestyle seemed completely pointless to me, so I became obsessed with finding a way to live out my real values in life, and on my own terms. I wanted a life that prioritized: family, freedom, goodness, impact, honesty and creativity.

Core values are different for everyone, which makes it that much more important to stick to a lifestyle that aligns with your own.

When I finally found the right tools that completely changed my life, I worked incredibly hard to put the important lessons into play and now my life’s work is dedicated to helping seniors do this very thing during their retirement - live a life that aligns with their unique core values.  

Ready to find your second wind?

What people say

It was such a pleasure working with Cyn. I was looking to make some changes in my life and Cyn came along at the right time with the right tools I needed. I learned a lot about myself through her course and have been able to accomplish things I would never had tried before. Her one on one coaching sessions were most helpful to me. She was always there to remind me of the progress I made, even if it was baby steps. I now have the clarity I was lacking before on how to move forward as the best possible me that I can be.

Mary Zimmerman

I think Cyn may be an angel. For me, she created a safe space for me to do some self-analysis, dream and practice self-inspiration. Her gentle nature couples nicely with her subtle, thorough and sound coaching style. Cyn knew how to help me acknowledge the dam issues and then destroy the dam issues – thereby releasing a powerful flow of authority and inspiration within. Now the right actions can take place. Thank you Cyn!

Marcel Battle

I fancy myself a mentally healthy retired person with chronic illness and disabilities. Yet I know that to stay mentally healthy and live at peak physical capacity takes work – good habits aren’t easy. For that work to be worth it, I need coaching. I can’t think of everything. I’ve been delighted with Cyn’s coaching and Second Wind materials. She has helped me navigate some challenges and fine tune my spiritual center. Much appreciated.

Danny van Leeuwen

Cyn helped me gain so much clarity on exactly what I need to do to make subtle, lasting shifts in my daily habits. I immediately used the action steps we discussed and saw instant improvement in my mindset and productivity. She’s attuned and communicative, and I promptly felt like I could be open about my struggles. Her advice was exactly what I needed to make practical changes in my day-to-day routines. I truly got so much value from our session!

Carin Kilby

Cyn really knows how to ask the right questions about the ‘stuckness’ I’ve been feeling. I am good at making lists and creating a plan but it’s the execution that is SO difficult for me. Cyn really has helped get me into action to create results in the areas that I want to improve. I highly recommend her as a life coach.

Karen Heap