Retirement should be a transition to meaningful, exciting work
Don’t call it retirement. Call it ‘transitioning to a new chapter’
- As people begin to live longer after traditional “retirement” age, they need to find engaging, stimulating ways to continue to grow personally.
- A study by University at Buffalo psychologists Todd Kashdan, Paul Rose and Frank Fincham concluded that curiosity is very good for people.
- Financially, many seniors may no longer need to work, but they have no idea what to do in their golden years.
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