Marc Freedman’s World Economic Forum blog on why a binary approach = work/retirement – doesn’t work in the face of a new demographic reality.
Marc Freedman on when kicking back is not enough
Things change. Over the past century, American culture has glorified youth, and, in many respects, denigrated age. The influence of […]
Marc Freedman in the Harvard Business Review on new dynamic models for later life.
Those of us approaching retirement, and many of those already there, often reflect on the meaning of their lives. Many […]
This year the youngest of the Baby Boomers will turn 50, a landmark in the demographic transformation of American society […]
What gift would you give a soon-to-be-retiree? MARC FREEDMAN:I’ll start by recommending a new book, Jane Pauley’sYour Life Calling: Reimagining […]
In a ceremony this Thursday in the San Francisco Bay Area, Encore.org will award the 2013 Purpose Prizes to seven […]
You’ve most likely encountered Prudential’s Day One stories campaign, telling us we need to prepare for a seemingly endless retirement. […]
The Purpose Prize honors individuals making a monument out of what many consider the leftover years, not only finding personal […]