Well known broadcast journalist, Jane Pauley, addressed this issue in her outstanding book, "Your Life Calling: Reimagining the Rest of Your Life."
By using the link above, you will be taken directly to its Amazon page where you can read the first section of her book and decide whether or not you think it might inspire you. You can also read the review I wrote for the online magazine Squidoo here: Book Review: Your Life Calling.
Even aside from the Jane Pauley book, we need to explore the many options we have for spending our lives after retirement. We may choose to travel, immerse ourselves in a hobby, take care of our grandchildren, or enjoy the free time we will now be able to finally spend with our family and friends. All of these are worthwhile pursuits that can bring us a great deal of satisfaction and joy.
However, some people choose to completely transform the second half of their lives. A few may decide to pursue an occupation that they hope will change the world. Others may choose new career goals that are much more modest.
Whatever you decide to do, it is important to realize is that age 65 does not need to be the end of your working careers ... it can be the beginning of something that truly inspires you.
Because of this, I highly recommend Jane Pauley's book. It is the perfect way to start re-thinking the term "retirement." Instead of planning to spend those years in a comfy recliner, you may find yourself looking forward to the best years of your life.
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