Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Retirement Advice

Everyone reading this should take 15 hard minutes to ruthlessly reassess the reality of the "new" final years of their future career. The finish line has become elusive; the goal posts have been pushed back. Based on your current skill set and competences, what do you think your workday will look like when you're 70? Are you comfortable with the probability that you will be managing employees younger than your grandchildren? Temperamentally, do you think you'll add more value as a mentor, a partner, or part-timer? More important, what will your (much) younger boss think?

This tip might be just as valuable as the asset mix in your 401K. Go take a minute and read the whole thing.

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