People are living longer and many are rethinking the nature of retirement.
Based on original investigative research, Schofield provides tips for negotiating the uncharted territory of extended life, preparation for which can never start too early, he says.
He maintains that the key to a successful life journey is a combination of skills and agility we can understand now but only truly perfect along the way- The Commonwealth Club of California
George Schofield is an expert and lifelong student of human and organizational development, particularly the development of skills and agility after age 50.
His expertise is focused on understanding how we grow and adapt cyclically and reinvent ourselves over time, how we develop the new abilities required by new circumstances within us or changes in our environments, and how great individuals, couples, leaders, employees, and customers after age 50 have the courage to let go of earlier abilities and successes to make space for what their futures will require of them.