via Wall Street Journal
It’s an inescapable reality of getting older: At some point, everybody expects you to retire.
There’s your spouse, who perhaps is already retired and is looking forward to enjoying a relaxing life with you—traveling, visiting grandchildren and just enjoying each other’s company. Then there are your co-workers, who may already be whispering about who gets your office. And, let’s face it, the rest of society also figures you’re ready to retire, because giving up work is simply what most people do.
But what if you don’t want to? What if you could afford to retire, but prefer to keep working because you love it? To turn the old saying on its head: What if you find yourself on your deathbed and really do wish you had spent more time at the office?
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