RETIREMENT COACHING – DEBBIE DRINKARD GROVUMMy dad retired at age sixty-three and went from working fifty-plus hours a week to golfing five days a week and enjoying a life of leisure, not working at all. After a few years enjoying his golden years, he started to talk about maybe volunteering. Unfortunately, he died a year later and never got to explore this option. His retirement lasted only three years. In contrast, I retired from my full-time career four years ago and now work part-time teaching, coaching and writing, as well as having more time for leisure and volunteering. Times have changed. Whatever the reasons-financial, social engagement, identity, structure-the number of people who desire to work after traditional “retirement” is growing. Click here to read more.

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