The author of this post and blog will celebrate his 6th anniversary of retirement next month.  

He shares his experience: “Even though I’ve settled happily into Phase 4 of retirement, I’ll never stop experimenting.

Today, I’m sharing my latest experiment. It doesn’t matter what the experiment is.  The important thing is what I’m learning and the process I’m using to explore a new interest. It’s an easy process and one you can adopt as you seek to live your best life.   I hope that you’ll do exactly that with today’s article.

My goal is to encourage you to apply the process to one new thing in your life.

Never stop experimenting.

Never stop learning.

Your life will be better as a result.”

Wise advice from someone who has figured it out by planning ahead and making adjustments to his thinking and understanding of the transition along the journey.

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