When Laura Sexton retired as a senior chief hospital corpsman in the US Navy, she applied her Navy skills to her new job: Lead ski-run groomer and snowcat operator at Deer Valley Ski Resort in Park City. According to Sexton,” writes Nancy L. Anderson in Forbes “the Navy uses a three-step approach to learning anything that could serve us all well: See it, Do it, Teach someone else. First, you physically observe how to complete a task as it is explained (see). Second, you perform the task (do). Then, show someone else how to do it (teach).” The article continues:
Many people want to (or need to) work in retirement, according to the 18th Annual Transamerica Retirement Survey of Workers. Only 26% of Baby Boomers plan to retire completely when they reach a particular age or amount of money saved, and a majority of Boomers plan to keep working (at least part-time) in retirement, the report says.
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Originally posted on Yoursurvivalguy.com.
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