Second Acts --What do you do for an encore?

Many of us have been doing our jobs years after years. And one day, some of us would wake up and wonder if this is what we want to do? –We need a change! This is where the second acts, what you do for an encore came in. 

“Second Acts looks at the many paths people are taking in their 50s and beyond.” –cited from http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203833004577251524178931452.html
 
The article in the Wall Street Journal talked about several figures. A retired cardiologist who found his passion in, after he retired, running a biz of repairing and bookbinding for antique books.–Simply fascinating!
Another former executive from Starbuck, who finds herself enjoying the business of buying and selling stones and handmade jewelry from all over the world and returning 25% of her profits to nonprofit groups. –Simply admirable
 
--courtesy of msnbc.msn.com
 
As you all know, our Bad Luck Detective turned around and did her encore at her forties and now living as an author and a detective. In her very own words: ... http://journeyofmylifendestiny.blogspot.com/2012/04/second-acts-what-do-you-do-for-encore.html

What are you going to do for an encore?
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