Jane Pauley recently partnered, as she calls it, with AARP. Her program Your Life Calling focuses on the changing of our lives, and the reinvention process we all face in today's world.
Living longer, we have more decisions to face . . . and to make . . .
as we get older. Today, more than ever before, we are in the position
to move through several different careers, and to find fulfillment in
our day to day lives.
Recently Pauley interviewed Betsy Lee McCarthy, formerly an executive
in the health care industry, who turned in a very different direction.
After living with constant stress, ten years ago at 57, McCarthy gave
up her career and six figure income, and turned her secret hobby of
knitting into a business. She now travels all across the country
teaching others how to knit socks. She's even written a book.
McCarthy is eloquent as she explains why she did and how much she's enjoying her knitting business.
Check out the interview on the AARP web site at http://www.aarp.org/money/work/your_life_calling/articles/knitter_betsy_mccarthy.html