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    “People don’t appreciate that a big part of their legacy is how successful their successors are.”

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    “I’m a finance person – I can’t start a non-financial company.” This is what first went through my mind…

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    From my 30-year career at Delta Airlines, I fondly remember an interaction I had with our CEO, Dave Garrett.

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    Lori was married to Liam McGee. Liam was the Chairman/CEO of The Hartford when he retired prematurely…

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    A legacy is a generous thing to leave behind. It is a gift given by an ancestor or predecessor.

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    In mid-2012, I reflected on the past five years. At the time, I was Treasurer of Bank of America…

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    A psychology professor in British Columbia wondered if having money aided or impeded perceived happiness.

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    One of the challenges I faced during my job transition was the feeling that people were trying to “put me in a box.”

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    How will you decide who receives the benefit of your hard-earned skills and experience in your first season after retirement?

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    As the growing body of research indicates, volunteering benefits people physically and leads to a longer, happier life.

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    We absolutely need to find a new word for retirement! “Retirement” conjures up images of endless vacations…

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    Why do we feel so good when we volunteer? What is the basis for our sense of fulfillment, accomplishment, and community?

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    How does it feel to be in charge…of yourself? For better or worse, you are now managing your own calendar.

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    On a golf trip to Hilton Head South Carolina I was paired with a recently-retired executive who lived in the area.

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    Just think of all the work you’ve done, the new people you’ve met, and the effort and time you have given thus far to finding your “next season.”

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    As an executive, you’ve spent sleepless nights mentally preparing, planning, or worrying about big meetings, big decisions, and big initiatives.

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    Now you are three or four months down the road: sleeping better, eating better, overall feeling better, and you have lots of reasons…

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    At My Next Season, we have found that real stories from executives, who have already successfully transitioned, are incredibly helpful…

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    So now you’ve had some time to “soak,” relax, breathe, and truly appreciate all the accomplishments of your career.

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    A notable trend is afoot in the not-for-profit world: skills-based volunteering. While I’ve known about the trend for a while…

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    Whether you’ve known for a year or two, six months, or only a week, imagining the last day in your current role will evoke mixed emotions.

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    Recently I was having lunch with a colleague who worked with me at Allstate Insurance for many years. We spoke of a phrase…

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    It is with much love, sadness, and gratitude that we post this blog following the recent passing of Liam McGee.

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    If we had to pick just one thing that we knew would be incredibly helpful in expediting the development of young professionals and leaders…

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    One of the best pieces of advice that I have received was while I was at a crossroads in my career.

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    One of the most common things I hear from folks as they prepare to transition out of their FT corporate roles…

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    Throughout my 27 years at Bank of America, I often thought about how I could “give back”?

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    I spent the past twenty plus years consulting to senior-most executives of the Fortune 500. A non-remarkable thing happened…

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    “People don’t appreciate that a big part of their legacy is how successful their successors are.”

    Read More

    “I’m a finance person – I can’t start a non-financial company.” This is what first went through my mind…

    Read More

    From my 30-year career at Delta Airlines, I fondly remember an interaction I had with our CEO, Dave Garrett.

    Read More

    Lori was married to Liam McGee. Liam was the Chairman/CEO of The Hartford when he retired prematurely…

    Read More

    A legacy is a generous thing to leave behind. It is a gift given by an ancestor or predecessor.

    Read More

    In mid-2012, I reflected on the past five years. At the time, I was Treasurer of Bank of America…

    Read More

    A psychology professor in British Columbia wondered if having money aided or impeded perceived happiness.

    Read More

    One of the challenges I faced during my job transition was the feeling that people were trying to “put me in a box.”

    Read More

    How will you decide who receives the benefit of your hard-earned skills and experience in your first season after retirement?

    Read More

    As the growing body of research indicates, volunteering benefits people physically and leads to a longer, happier life.

    Read More

    We absolutely need to find a new word for retirement! “Retirement” conjures up images of endless vacations…

    Read More

    Why do we feel so good when we volunteer? What is the basis for our sense of fulfillment, accomplishment, and community?

    Read More

    How does it feel to be in charge…of yourself? For better or worse, you are now managing your own calendar.

    Read More

    On a golf trip to Hilton Head South Carolina I was paired with a recently-retired executive who lived in the area.

    Read More

    Just think of all the work you’ve done, the new people you’ve met, and the effort and time you have given thus far to finding your “next season.”

    Read More

    As an executive, you’ve spent sleepless nights mentally preparing, planning, or worrying about big meetings, big decisions, and big initiatives.

    Read More

    Now you are three or four months down the road: sleeping better, eating better, overall feeling better, and you have lots of reasons…

    Read More

    At My Next Season, we have found that real stories from executives, who have already successfully transitioned, are incredibly helpful…

    Read More

    So now you’ve had some time to “soak,” relax, breathe, and truly appreciate all the accomplishments of your career.

    Read More

    A notable trend is afoot in the not-for-profit world: skills-based volunteering. While I’ve known about the trend for a while…

    Read More

    Whether you’ve known for a year or two, six months, or only a week, imagining the last day in your current role will evoke mixed emotions.

    Read More

    Recently I was having lunch with a colleague who worked with me at Allstate Insurance for many years. We spoke of a phrase…

    Read More

    It is with much love, sadness, and gratitude that we post this blog following the recent passing of Liam McGee.

    Read More

    If we had to pick just one thing that we knew would be incredibly helpful in expediting the development of young professionals and leaders…

    Read More

    One of the best pieces of advice that I have received was while I was at a crossroads in my career.

    Read More

    One of the most common things I hear from folks as they prepare to transition out of their FT corporate roles…

    Read More

    Throughout my 27 years at Bank of America, I often thought about how I could “give back”?

    Read More

    I spent the past twenty plus years consulting to senior-most executives of the Fortune 500. A non-remarkable thing happened…

    Read More
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    One of the challenges I faced during my job transition was the feeling that people were trying to “put me in a box.”

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    “People don’t appreciate that a big part of their legacy is how successful their successors are.”

    Read More

    “I’m a finance person – I can’t start a non-financial company.” This is what first went through my mind…

    Read More

    From my 30-year career at Delta Airlines, I fondly remember an interaction I had with our CEO, Dave Garrett.

    Read More

    Lori was married to Liam McGee. Liam was the Chairman/CEO of The Hartford when he retired prematurely…

    Read More

    A legacy is a generous thing to leave behind. It is a gift given by an ancestor or predecessor.

    Read More

    In mid-2012, I reflected on the past five years. At the time, I was Treasurer of Bank of America…

    Read More

    A psychology professor in British Columbia wondered if having money aided or impeded perceived happiness.

    Read More

    How will you decide who receives the benefit of your hard-earned skills and experience in your first season after retirement?

    Read More

    As the growing body of research indicates, volunteering benefits people physically and leads to a longer, happier life.

    Read More

    We absolutely need to find a new word for retirement! “Retirement” conjures up images of endless vacations…

    Read More

    Why do we feel so good when we volunteer? What is the basis for our sense of fulfillment, accomplishment, and community?

    Read More

    How does it feel to be in charge…of yourself? For better or worse, you are now managing your own calendar.

    Read More

    On a golf trip to Hilton Head South Carolina I was paired with a recently-retired executive who lived in the area.

    Read More

    Just think of all the work you’ve done, the new people you’ve met, and the effort and time you have given thus far to finding your “next season.”

    Read More

    As an executive, you’ve spent sleepless nights mentally preparing, planning, or worrying about big meetings, big decisions, and big initiatives.

    Read More

    Now you are three or four months down the road: sleeping better, eating better, overall feeling better, and you have lots of reasons…

    Read More

    At My Next Season, we have found that real stories from executives, who have already successfully transitioned, are incredibly helpful…

    Read More

    So now you’ve had some time to “soak,” relax, breathe, and truly appreciate all the accomplishments of your career.

    Read More

    A notable trend is afoot in the not-for-profit world: skills-based volunteering. While I’ve known about the trend for a while…

    Read More

    Whether you’ve known for a year or two, six months, or only a week, imagining the last day in your current role will evoke mixed emotions.

    Read More

    Recently I was having lunch with a colleague who worked with me at Allstate Insurance for many years. We spoke of a phrase…

    Read More

    It is with much love, sadness, and gratitude that we post this blog following the recent passing of Liam McGee.

    Read More

    If we had to pick just one thing that we knew would be incredibly helpful in expediting the development of young professionals and leaders…

    Read More

    One of the best pieces of advice that I have received was while I was at a crossroads in my career.

    Read More

    One of the most common things I hear from folks as they prepare to transition out of their FT corporate roles…

    Read More

    Throughout my 27 years at Bank of America, I often thought about how I could “give back”?

    Read More

    I spent the past twenty plus years consulting to senior-most executives of the Fortune 500. A non-remarkable thing happened…

    Read More