Richard Branson: ‘I don’t believe that retirement should be the goal’
Since leaving school at age 16 to start his first business, Virgin Group founder Richard Branson has overseen hundreds of companies and accumulated a fortune of approximately $5 billion.
The self-made billionaire could retire at the drop of a dime — but retirement is the last thing on the 66-year-old’s mind.
“I don’t believe that retirement should be the goal,” he wrote in a recent blog post.
Branson’s perspective is inspired by British philosopher Alan Watts,who discouraged people from thinking of life as a journey. A journey implies a destination or some sort of arrival — but no epic “thing” is coming in life, Watts said. – READ MORE