It could be time to call it quits. It could be time to retire to your mountain home and quit the day to day grind of going to work. You have made a lot of money in the first 27 years of your career. You have invested it well. You have earned the opportunity to slow down.
The problem is, however, you really do no want to quit. You do not want to retire. In fact, you are not really that interested in even slowing down. After spending the first 25 years of your career in the commodities department of one of the nation’s largest frozen food companies, you found yourself talking to a restructuring consultant about what was going to be the end of a very lucrative career. The restructuring consultant was