Paula Jo Taylor may be 61, but she has the heart of a 16-year-old. It's obvious she invested countless hours into mastering her guitar-playing skills.
A resident of London, Hilary Oxley received a very memorable twice-in-a-lifetime gift from her granddaughters. She completed her first skydive a decade earlier.
Here are ways to seize a remarkable opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of others while enjoying a fulfilling second career.
Whether you work for yourself or are employed by a company, either situation should give you joy, purpose and a sense of fulfillment.
It's sad that so many people see retirement as the final act of a long career when, in reality, the closing curtain simply signals an intermission before the climactic second act begins.
“Whether you’re 50, or whatever age you are, don’t sit at home and just watch TV. Don’t get lost in nothingness or busyness. Go out and serve in some way,” Tony explained.
Jen realized after she turned 50 that her whole life had been devoted to serving other people. In doing so, she had neglected the things she loved to do herself.
Today I am interviewing a man and woman from Louisiana who had it all – well-paying jobs and a magnificent house on a private 110-acre lake. But, they gave it all up to enjoy a life of adventure and helping others.
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