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Thu March 14, 2013
Second Journey Seeks To Redefine Retirement
Baby boomers are coming of retirement age at a rapid pace. The ordinary path forward would be golf, retirement homes and taking it easy, but Bolton Anthony, founder of Chapel Hill non-profit Second Journey, wants to change that conception of old age. He wants the hippies of the ‘60s to become the idealists of the new millennium.
Host Frank Stasio talks to Bolton Anthony about his ideas for changing retirement.