Ageless Aging = Third Acts

It’s a fact that people are living longer.  Many of the 54 million Americans, age 65 and older don’t just want to settle into retirement. They want to seize new opportunities whether it be an entrepreneurial venture, philanthropic or community service, acquiring new skills or trades,  educational pursuits, leisure activities, mentoring others, or remaining in the job market. 

These older folks are living life on their terms while enthusiastically fulfilling their dreams or interests. They often want to leave a legacy of doing something of value and meaningful,  using their already vast knowledge, skills, and experience to achieve purposeful aging.

What is a Third Act?  

First Acts usually revolve around the time when people are persuing their educational goals and establishing  initial career steps.  Second Acts are defined by individuals maturing to focus on and grow their careers often moving from entry level to mid-level or higher positions.  Third Acts are about older individuals who want to do something of consequence, purposeful, and enjoyable.  Third Act is retirement improved.

Third Act Considerations – some questions to consider…

Do you have a plan for retirement?

Do you regret that you retired and are yearning to do something meaningful?

Do you know you want to do something, but are unsure what it is?

Are you ready to retire?

How will you spend your free time when you are no longer working full time?

Will it be difficult to realize who you are without a job title and/or career?

Are your future goals realistic for your individual situation?

Do you need to do some career exploration to determine what it is you want to do?

Will your significant other or partner be supportive of my decisions?

Do you need some guidance in figuring out what you want to do in this next stage of life?  Help in defining what your next steps are?  Assistance in determing what’s the best retirement activities for you?  I have a long history in helping individuals with their career transitions.  I can help you explore, develop, and process realistic career options and keep you organized, focused, and targeted in reaching your goals.

Contact: Suzy Drapkin, 512-590-2545 
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