In a piece of research that belongs in the ministry of the kind of obvious, retiring early is deemed to be good for your mental health. The point being that those that can afford to retire early have built up sufficient wealth to allow them to do so, by not staying in a dead end job as part of the rat race. So does this run counter to previous research that suggests people who retire and cease all work suddenly are more likely to die suddenly? Well probably not, the people above who are retiring early are probably still keeping themselves active, and probably have not built their social world around socialisation with people from work.
Take network marketing for example, even if you retired having built a reasonable passive income, you would still probably want to spend your time helping people because that is the kind of ethos that successful network marketers have. So if this is your definition of retiring early, picking and choosing with whom and when you work, then network marketing is something you should take a look at.
On another point, the people who retire early probably have set goals for their life, and are living more fulfilled lives. If you want to find out about how to set your goals and the power of network marketing and what they can do for your life, check out the forthcoming Home Business Workshop.