The author begins, “THIS NEW LONGEVITY trend is making many men realize that if you’re 50 or 60 and healthy, you may live another 30 or 40 more years. It’s creating a new breed of people who are staying engaged longer in different ways, and planning for the reality that that playing golf or hanging out with family and friends isn’t sustainable for the many decades ahead.”
Many people are thinking about our next act, but how do we actually start planning, preparing, and rewiring our mind and life for it?
The article provides some examples of men who have changed course along with some organizations that are helping midcareer mavericks navigate the transition.
The Retirement Coaches Association, a group I belong to, is comprised of trained, experienced individuals who are available to help those seeking to sort out the options and navigate the retirement transition. Many of these coaches have also been through the retirement transition and understand the emotions that often accompany this life change.