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Rediscovering Passion In An Encore Career

When you’re looking down the barrel of a possible three or four decade long retirement, sitting around doing nothing all day will definitely not sustain you. So what should you do? Well, here are some great examples of how some people are reinventing themselves in their encore careers. From...

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Pushing Your Limits As You Age

When was the last time you pushed yourself? You know, tried to do something completely different? Well here’s a great story of how one woman did just that. In retirement, Julia discovered that she really didn’t have any particular plan and found herself bored, lonely and struggling without any...

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Virtual Reality Final Wishes Granted

Here’s an inspiring story of how one person’s passion for giving back has some amazing benefits. David Parker, an IT Consultant by day, started an initiative that helps the terminally ill visit places that they have never been before from the hospital rooms that they now reside in. Through...

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Tatsuo Horiuchi – An Innovator in Retirement

Retirement. It’s often the time in our life that we hope to resume the activities we love or experience new things we have either never had the time or opportunity to do so before. This was no exception for Tatsuo Horiuchi. When Tatsuo retired, he decided he wanted to...

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Happiness – Maybe It’s Not a Pursuit and We Already Caught It!

By Susan Williams The pursuit of happiness. It’s such a simple phrase but can be loaded with some significant expectations. It is so easy to overlook and not appreciate what is already in our lives as we pursue our own views of what we believe will make us happy. ...

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Lessons Learned: The Story Behind the Classic Book Tuesdays With Morrie

Tuesdays with Morrie is recognized as one of the most popular books on how to live your life with understanding and face your death with dignity. Dave Price recounts what Albom and Koppel had to say about their experiences with Morrie, his advice, and the book itself.

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