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Seniors: Setting Out on a New Course

Feb 22nd, 2011 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Periodic change of direction is both likely and predictable as we age. A friend of mine, a former District Judge in Texas, says he changes his course about every ten years. Some do it intentionally, while it just seems to occur for others. It isn’t a bad proposition to look ahead and begin drawing a map of how the next 5 or 10 years may look. None of us is likely to come up with a correction proof course, but it is deserving of interest that we think about what we would like the future to hold.

One thing is rather certain. We won’t be where we are now within another half decade or so. By the way, did you know the word “decade” originally referred to days and not years. So, assume you are projecting out ten days, if years intimidates a bit much, and you will get the idea of how to proceed.

Our power over the future is limited, of course. But our expectations can be tailored in a way that help us do our best to come