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3 Questions Every Retiring Executive Must Ask Themselves to Prevent Depression

How can retiring CEOs enjoy retirement and prevent depression?

Because you can’t play enough golf, or tennis to stave off the feelings of  “dis-satisfaction” and “dis-appointment” of your unmet expectations of what life will be like when you retire, unless you ask yourself these 3 critical questions …

Here’s the radio interview on Boomerbeat:  “3 Questions Retiring Executives Must Ask Themselves Now to Be Satisfied in Retirement”

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I look forward to your comments below!

Dangerous territory: Do you confuse what you do with who you are?

What is the first question you are asked when you meet someone at a business or social function?  “Hi, my name is …. What do you do?”

If you are the VP, CEO or have another prestigious title, the answer comes automatically and easily often with a tone of pride in your voice.

Let’s dissect the conversation for a moment and notice you aren’t really answering the question in the way it’s being asked. In our culture, we often answer the “What do you do?” question with an “I am …” answer.

Never mind that in doing so, we aren’t really answering the question; more importantly, is what you do really who you are?  Read the rest of the article here in my post for Smartblog for Leadership …

 

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3 Questions retiring CEO’s must ask themselves (radio interview)

Today’s radio interview on #boomerbeat BlogTalk Radio on the biggest pitfall of executives … failing to plan for your transition into retirement:

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