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As retirement approaches, many executives begin to worry about how they will spend their spare time. They are concerned about adapting to a slower pace without the rewards of valuable, gratifying work. Or, believe it or not, a schedule that does not include back-to-back meetings. Thus begins a litany of regrets, the “I wish” that I had done this or that.
Retirement planners say it is not uncommon for executives to plan wisely for their retirement finances and totally ignore planning for how they will spend their time.
Most of the regrets center around the perception that the soon-to-be-retired waited too long to plan how they use their time. Retirement planners say it is not uncommon for executives to plan wisely for their retirement finances and totally ignore planning for how they will spend their time.
While some options like getting a seat on the public company board require years of networking or being appointed to the faculty of a college or university, many require additional academic credentials or certifications, many other pursuits are readily available. Jumping outside your comfort zone is probably a good idea.
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