Not ready to head to the golf course just yet?
Creating a Second Successful Career in Retirement
by Gary Foreman
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If you are considering retirement but not quite ready to head out to the golf course just yet, why not make a career change and work in retirement doing something you love or have always wanted to do? On this The Dollar Stretcher Interview, Dollar Stretcher editor Gary Foreman explores this topic with career reinvention coach John Tarnoff.
John Tarnoff is a career reinvention coach, speaker, and author. He focuses on helping Baby Boomers in reinventing their careers. John spent nearly 30 years as a Los Angeles-based film producer, studio executive, and tech entrepreneur before reinventing his own career at age 50, and going back to school to earn a M.A. in counseling psychology. He also blogs at JohnTarnoff.com.
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