Get fresh tires for the new road you're paving

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When I retired at 52 from a 20-year corporate career at a fabulous company, the typical reaction was, “But what are going to do with yourself?  You’re too young to retire.”  I had to remind people of my definition of retiring.  ‘Re-tiring.’ Getting fresh tires for the new road I’m paving.  

In the Me-suite, we strive to stay fresh and relevant for the future we want to have.  Having a mindset of ‘re-tiring’ helps us continually be in motion TO something, not FROM something.

As you the round corner on the road to 2021, what are your plans for re-tiring?

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