Graphics are a great way to present something that may seem overly complicated, in a way that the concept is more easily grasped. This one is an example.
Building a satisfying retirement can seem overwhelming to many. There are so many pieces of the puzzle that must fit together that the thought of making such a major change can actually freeze someone in place.
The interlocking circles of this graphic representation might make it easier to see the big picture. Just like any stage of life, something you do in one area is likely to interact with another. For example, proper financial planning and preparation affects your plans for travel or how much time you can spend with friends. Health has a major impact in all the other parts of retirement.
Having a pet is not something isolated from the rest of your life, it impacts your finances, your family life, even whether you can take a three week trip to Bora Bora - after all someone has to take care of Fido or Fluffy.
Your hobbies cost money, they take time away from your "spouse-time," and they may require learning more to really have fun with what you do.
I was somewhat limited in how many circles I could use and I know there are interconnections that don't appear, so please add your thoughts. What parts of life have you found impact (either directly or indirectly) something else going on?