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Alan Page is about as unretired as you can get. He’s retired twice. Once from professional football in 1981 and in again in 2015 when he turned 70 and hit the mandatory retirement age for Minnesota Supreme Court Justices. Justice Alan Page isn’t looking back on his career, living a life of nostalgia. No, he’s figuring out what he wants to do next. …
 
Need extra cash? Want to be your own boss and enjoy flexible hours? Sounds like an ad for a get-rich-quick scheme, doesn’t it? Not this time. Think the gig economy. More people–especially Millennials–are joining the gig economy, also known as the on-demand or freelance economy. They’re working for outfits like Uber, Lyft, Fiverr, TaskRabbit and Air…
 
Grieving after the death of her husband many years ago, Sandra Kollath’s sister finally told her she had to get out of the house and start doing something to help deal with her unhappiness. She signed Sandra up for a quilt making class. A lifelong passion was ignited for Sandra. For the past 15 years, Sandra has been a professional nanny. But at ag…
 
Iris Shiraishi, took up Japanese Taiko drumming in her forties. Now, in her early sixties, she’s taking artistic, creative and career risks she says she couldn’t have taken earlier in life. In this episode on Unretirement, we look at how creativity can be shaped by the expertise and skills that take a lifetime to develop. Chris also talks with Rich…
 
“Are you sure you want to live with your mother-in-law?” That was the question that Saundra Plett asked her son-in-law a few years ago. Saundra and her husband, Dwight Miyake, were teachers in Fresno, California. Their daughter, Emily and her husband Aric lived in Washington D.C. When Emily and Aric started a family some four years ago, Saundra and…
 
Joe Anania was an airline mechanic who had a passion for motorcycles. In 2005, Joe Northwest Airlines mechanic colleagues went on strike. To bring in some money while waiting out the strike, he looked to his motorcycle hobby and started repairing motorcycles. When the strike ended, Joe decided he didn’t want to go back to the airline. He retired an…
 
Do you have a dream job, something you’ve always wanted to do but weren’t able to take the risk? Sylvia Burgos Toftness was commuting 65 miles each way from her home in Wisconsin, to her public relations job in Minneapolis. During those long drives, she thought about what she and her husband Dave could do in their unretirement. She wanted to be a f…
 
Handed a pink slip in your 50’s? Looking for purpose and a paycheck in your 60’s? Follow the story of Tene Wells in It Takes a Village: Recovering from Job Loss after 50. Wells abruptly lost her job at age 56. Inspired by a trip to Africa, the social entrepreneur is building a business aimed at helping low-income families with their finances. Later…
 
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