My Adventures in Encore LivingJun 06, 2022
About 7 years ago, I knew I wanted to make a transition in what I did to make a living, but I had ZERO clarity about what that could be.
And to be completely transparent, I had it pretty good doing what I was already doing.
As a musician and guitar studio owner, I literally PLAYED for a living (the pic above is me appearing in concert on PBS).
And the gig was not only fun, but it was also fulfilling and financially successful.
But I was being called to be and do more and better.
I KNEW I was not tapping into my true and full potential and that I had MUCH more to contribute.
Can you relate?
I find this experience familiar to others in my circles of connection approaching or already past retirement age (whatever that is).
But what do you do when you don't know what to do?
For people like me, you just start doing SOMETHING.
And I did.
Blogging and broadcasting led to books and businesses.
Coaching and consulting led to courses and community.
I was becoming an encorepreneur (someone nearing or reaching retirement and undertaking a new venture) before I even knew what that was.
There are LOTS of reasons, but one tops the list.
I didn't want to die with the difference only I could make still inside.
But finding and building my "what's next" involved a LONG walk in the wilderness of doubt and confusion and was often an exhausting grind.
(Don't get me wrong there was also PLENTY of thriving while I was striving, including a 4-year stint as a head Coach in Seth Godin's Akimbo Workshops!)
Does any of this resonate with you?
If you're starting or scaling an encorepreneurial enterprise, I invite you to expedite your journey and avoid wasting time and effort unnecessarily.
The Art of Encore Living provides weekly 1:1 coaching, curated content, and weekly group calls to help people 45+ start and scale an encorepreneurial endeavor in their lives 3rd act.
Interested in joining us?
Drop me an email at [email protected] If you'd like to connect to learn more.
We need YOU and the contribution only you can make. Let's work together to make things better.
Scott Perry, Encore Life Coach at The Art of Encore lLving
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