Entering the year, many thought 2020 would be a year of vision and purpose. No one knew a global pandemic would shake the foundations of the way we work, learn and play. The tumult of 2020 left an indelible mark for sure.
She then spent six years exploring ways to replace the sense of purpose work brought her. “I joined a Rotary Club, and volunteered in my community, and attended business and social club meetings. “ Still, nothing replaced the passion of her work. Then, Dunn says she read an article about a retirement coach, and it was her “aha” moment.
An executive transitions into a consulting role at age 62 and stops working altogether at 65; then, he becomes a buyer for a church network at 69. A corporate IT professional decides to conclude her career at age 58; she serves as a city council member in her 60s, then opens an art studio at 70.