Got a plan for what’s next?


Chester A. Arthur (1829-1886)

When this project, job, assignment, adventure is over, what’s next?

Most of our jobs, what we get paid for, are temporary. They may take 30 years to run their full course. But they will eventually end due to the job running out or we run out of usefulness.

By acquiring new skills and honing the old ones, we can keep ourselves useful long into the future.

“Well, there doesn’t seem to be anything else for an ex-president to do but go into the country and raise big pumpkins.”
Chester A. Arthur, 21st President of the United States (1881-1885)

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