Marc Freedman makes the case for a new view of retirement – the encore career – in this article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Adults today generally have the good fortune to be healthier and more energetic than previous generations – and an appetite […]
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Encore.org founder and CEO Marc Freedman reflects on the legacy of his mentor John Gardner.
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 […]