Very few people stay in the same job or career for their entire life. My Uncle Jerry Rowan worked as a salesperson for DuPont for 37 years, and my father-in-law Dr. Stephen Nohlgren taught Biology at the same college for 43 years, but that longevity is rare to find today.
I found it in Philadelphia on June 18th, watching Mick Jagger and the rest of The Stones rock out an evening with a great show. And while it may not be the heyday of their career from an artistic productivity capacity, it is still quite amazing to watch them perform.
Who do you know who has been committed to their career in a similar capacity for an extended period? Drop me a line and let me know. Until then, click on the link above to hear more.