Article by Rodney Brooks, USA Today, February 17, 2015
George Fraser has had a hugely successful life. At 70, the former corporate executive is a successful author and speaker, traveling 200 days out of the year and logging 250,000 air miles. And he has absolutely no intention of retiring.
"I decided in my early 60s that I would never retire," he said. "Why? Because I love my work. I love what I'm doing. I love it so much that anything else is a distraction, including a vacation. It frustrates my wife of 42 years. After two or three days on a beach in Mexico, I'm bored."
Baby Boomers continue to shatter stereotypes. Many work well into traditional retirement age. And financial advisers and counselors are encouraging them.
Read the full article online: Retirement: Boomers Want to Keep Working – If They Can