Thinking about your future career?
Consider tips from this artist, at 92.
When I’m contemplating yet another phase of my career, I tend to look around everywhere for examples of success. I’ve found it pays to identify people who are doing things well. I ask myself, “What’s helping them succeed? What are they doing that’s better than what I do?”
These days I’m learning a lot from people far younger than I am. I’m working to pick up their ease with technology, social media and entrepreneurship.
Yet at the same time, I’m gathering pointers on graceful aging from folks who are ahead of me on the path. And I’m lucky. At 92, my mother, Lorna Jones, is a tiny dynamo. She is energetic, independent and thriving as a painter. And she models how we can enjoy work, and life, for decades to come. [Read more…] about Tips on enjoying your career until 80 and beyond