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Networking for profits

Once you are retired, you loose contact with your colleagues at work. Sure, they all say they’ll stay in touch, but for the most part – life moves on.

After a while you find that you have little in common, since the relationships while working was – well – at work. You can’t keep up with what goes on at work.

To help you with this, you need to create your new network of people you can communicate with. If you want to start your own business – the local Chamber of Commerce is a good place to start.

Next is volunteering. This is a great way to network, to tell people what you are up to.

Then you could join an activity club. Sports. Golf club. Whatever.

When you have decided what you want to work at after retirement, write down the mission plan so you can answer quickly when people ask you “what do you do?”

For example, I might be at a function and when asked – my answer would be “I help retired folks earn some money”.


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