Sometimes, it is hard to find your passion after you have exited your business and retired.
Our guest, Rocky Schiralli, discusses how you can maintain purpose and find your new passion once your working days are over.
In this episode, Rocky describes his experience of leaving one workplace and pursuing another business passion. He then relates his story to the experiences of many other people in similar situations who have trouble finding their passion after they exit their business or retire altogether.
Once someone has found their passion in retirement or at some point within their career, it is important to discuss the many details that come along with passionate business ventures.
- His journey of transitioning from one career to another and what motivated him to change his path
- What to expect when you start a new passion project in terms of business regulations and meeting specific codes
- The little details that are often forgot about when starting a new business venture and how collaborating with others can make sorting these details easier
- The importance of taking care of and maintaining your health throughout new ventures
- And more!
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About Our Guest:
A native of Northwest Indiana, Rocky Schiralli received his Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, and his Master’s degree in psychology from West Georgia College. His first job in the psychology profession was at Southlake Mental Health, along with managing the health services for the Sheriff’s department at the Lake County Jail.
In 1998, Rocky began working with Porter-Starke, managing the children’s adolescent addiction program.
Now retired, Rocky is focusing on his art and renovating a 1900s house that will become an art gallery with a cafe, run by fiancé, Tammy Rose, as well as an adjacent carriage house they have converted to an AirBnB, located in Valparaiso, FL.