Today’s fifty-, sixty- and seventy-year-old want to remain relevant and continue to lead in their lives while they explore new possibilities as well as travel and enjoy family time. The question is: How do they find that balance? How do they plan and execute in a way that makes all this possible?
For many, the “so, what do you do?” question can cause as much stress as receiving a certified letter from the IRS. As you near your third act of life (or if you have transitioned out of your fulltime career), reflecting on your response to this one question can be a networking game-changer. Your goal is to feel empowered and confident when asked this question.
For most of your career, your schedule has been jam-packed with 50-plus-hour weeks and a “to-do” list that seemed endless. Every morning, you hit the accelerator, laser focused on the problems of the day, and you pushed hard. It wasn’t easy, but your willingness to move forward and do—when others only tried—helped you reach the level of success you enjoy today.
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