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Chip Conley says we need rituals for mid-life changes and transitions. I agree.

At a dinner party this week, six out of eight people present talked about their discomfort around ‘retirement’ (which, I think, is a daft, outdated concept anyway).

2 Responses to “Mid-Life Transitions – What Will You Become?”

  1. Thanks Sue. We may well hear more from Chip Conley.My friend Adrian Juric who made the video is visitng Chip soon at the Modern Elder Academy, so I hear. I hope he’ll put out some video as a result.

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