Steve Roesler isn’t
going to retire.

I don’t
plan to either.

My dad
is 82. He retired at 59. He worked for decades commuting from Long
Island to New York City. It was grueling. It made him a different person.

the weight of his long hours and long commute were lifted from his shoulders, I
met my father for the first time

times have changed.

passing day results in more people
doing what they love to do
. Our work
is part of our personality, part of who we are, and to give it up is not an

It isn’t
about the money.

finally getting to be ourselves, working how we want to work, and loving what we

Why would
anyone want to stop!?