At some point, you will say, “What kind of life do I want to live?”  In a recent article in the Los Angeles Times (Thursday, August 14, 2014), a retired “workaholic” entrepreneur said “’You cannot not have a plan when you retire.’”

He turned to retirement; though he didn’t plan it that way, he traded his many hours of daily work for golf, playing each and every day for 365 days.  He said “One obsession prepared me for (another).”

The writer then continues, “All this makes me wonder: What do pro golfers do when they retire?”

Life After Law: What Will You Do With the Next 6,000 Days? seeks to address this issue.  One such option, before traveling into the “sunset,” is selling your law practice and monetizing the years of your efforts … capitalizing on the goodwill you’ve developed.  See our LawBiz® Registry for more help in this effort.