For an entrepreneur, retirement isn’t always an easy thing to accept. Stan Glawe had been working since the age of four, and when it was time to retire, at the age of 75, he faced some struggles. What’s life like after retirement, for someone who’s been working all of his life? Listen in to Stan’s insightful thoughts right here!
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What were the key takeaways?
[1:50] What does Stan do to ‘survive’ retirement?
[3:55] Stan thinks he’s annoying his friends.
[7:30] For entrepreneurs, it’s very hard to give up that piece of identity; give up that ‘work.’
[8:10] How did Stan make a healthy transition out of that identity?
[10:00] Stan lost a very important part of his identity. He was unhappy when he retired.
[10:40] For the longest time, Stan didn’t really understand what was wrong.
[12:15] Stan’s wife really helped him through the process. He took a vacation to Africa!
[14:25] Stan discusses the kind of knowledge he learned from his wife.
[16:00] Does Stan have any concerns about money, now that he’s retired?
[18:45] Why set the alarm every morning?
[19:50] Although he still feels lost, Stan doesn’t feel as lost as he was when he first retired.
[22:30] Stan can say this: He’s satisfied in knowing the business he built will carry on.