Will you chart a course for the next chapter of your life, or will you just let it happen to you? How many of us are approaching midlife, or beyond, with no idea how to plan for the future – not to mention paying for it?

You are not alone. Welcome. After surviving two successful careers in very different technical fields and from what I learned through marriage, divorce and fatherhood, I believe that there has to be more to successful living than just wading through a swamp of unreasonable colleagues, irritable clients, and demanding customers in order to make it to retirement.

Change is inevitable. Choosing well in the face of change is essential. Now, in the third-half of my life, I inspire audiences to rekindle their search for happiness by charting their own course for a life well-lived. I teach audiences to prosper by managing change at the turning points of our lives, in order to follow their own sense of purpose. For myself, I don’t ever plan to retire. I’m having to much fun helping readers and listeners to find their own voice, and then, to extend their reach beyond their grasp.



Robert William Case
October 10, 2014