Since publishing my book, Retirement Transition: An Innovation Approach (available on line at Amazon), I’ve gotten into a few conversations about working and retirement. Some have questioned, “If you’re working at all, are you really retired?” (Yes, you can be.) Others have stated, “Of course you should work at least part time, otherwise you’re not … Continue reading Revisiting the To Work or Not to Work Dilemma
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Herd Mentality – Finding a New Herd?
It's hard to acknowledge that I follow a herd mentality. Life is defined by social norms. As social animals, we find life easier and more comfortable to adhere to group roles or mimic group behavior – it promotes safety, saves energy, and the approval is a source of pleasure. So of course, given that almost … Continue reading Herd Mentality – Finding a New Herd?