I've been fortunate to work with many different people who are in different points in their career. The most interesting are those that are working after they have technically retired and don't have to work anymore. What's more interesting than their reasons for working is their attitudes while at work, which are all over the map. Listen as we explore the effect of retirement attitudes on post working professionals.
We have lots of life experiences that affect our personality development overtime. Most reach a equilibrium, i.e. they become the person they are destined to be sooner or later with their interpersonal development. We tend to get there faster by experiencing life impacting events. Some are unplanned, and some, like college, are bought and paid for. The question this show asks, is the price we pay for the personality development parts of college, i.e. the quintessential "College Experience" worth it?