Changes in our culture and economy requires many of us to re-think what we're doing and how we're doing it. This site asks "What's next?" Traveling, investment, a new job, starting a business, getting more education, staying put? It's all open!
Dani Johnson kicks my behind whenever I listen to her on disc, live, or online. With a sentence she blows excuses out of the water, teaches respect for self and others, and, in a breath, makes you dig deep to find your dreams again and begin to live them. I’ve begun to see clearly enough [Continue]
Been busy – have reshuffled the deck of my own life. Took my savings, relocated to a warmer clime, and am starting over on a lot of levels. There is a plethora, a virtual cornucopia of information out here – and experts to refer to. This site is, for now the place I am gathering [Continue]
“Bobby always was a trusting soul.” – JR Ewing (Dallas) Reality check: I’m 3.5 months away from my last day at the 9 to 5, our old house has closed, Viki has been called for job interviews and I’m getting started figuring out the what’s so about what’s next. Reading, researching, and reflecting are my current [Continue]
A lot of random thoughts are running thru my brain : “Start a Business today!” “Work from home!” “Follow my plan and earn $8.327.92 in your first 3 hours!” “Fire your Boss and work your own hours!” etc. etc. You’re bombarded by those things too. Dreams are easy to sell. To make them true, not [Continue]
It’s been said that poor people watch their paychecks and rich people watch their net worth.In either case you have to know what you’re looking at and what you’re looking for. It’s part of financial education. Robert Kiyosaki talks a lot about that in his books and other materials and we highly recommend reading his stuff. [Continue]
The purpose of this site is to examine what individuals are doing for meaningful work at age 55 and above, especially when changes require creative solutions. We know people who fall into several categories: those who have lost jobs and are looking. those who made changes based on changes in health, life or circumstances. those [Continue]
What can you expect from this site? Interviews: Those seeking Those working Those changing Those developing How-to articles: updating the resume choosing work getting started finding new work evaluating opportunities locating opportunities competing in the current market preparing for change enduring change using change to improve your life creating a business plan [Continue]