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From 2001-2004 I was a CEO of a public software company and after a major turnaround, we sold it, and I made enough to "comfortably" retire in my 40's. Since then, I have had both the same joys and frustrations that you mention in your article. I have enjoyed working out more, reading, traveling all over the world, time with friends and family. Yet, like most ambitious people, I keep asking myself, "Is there somethhing more?" "Am I really done with my career?" etc. Retiring in your 30's, 40's, 50's or 60's, we will all have to come face to face with the reality that we are all so much more than our jobs, careers, status symbols captured and enjoyed. I don't have my final answer. I am still struggling through, "Get another CEO Gig" or "Fully pursue all my other passions in life". Craig