It is a fluid process—sometimes I feel more fully retired, but at other times, not so retired at all. Through it all, I know I am very fortunate, not “having to” work and being able to take work that stimulates me, is important or innovative and is done on behalf of a very small group of clients that I feel really appreciate my candor and perspective.
Knowing my golf background, many friends and associates assume I am mainly spending my days on the golf course now. While I may squeeze in an extra round of golf a month and maybe an extra golf vacation a year, golf remains much more a pastime than a passion for me. Been there, done that.