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What Do You Want to Accomplish in the Next 10 Years?

By Margaret Manning May 29, 2015 Mindset

We always seem to be setting goals for the next great thing we want to do. Every decade has its own unique lens.

In our 60s, most of us are free of the responsibilities that limited our options in our younger years. With more time to ourselves, now is a time to look deep inside and start planning the things that we want to do to express our true nature.

These things don’t have to be headline grabbing. You don’t have to swim the English Channel, leap from a plane, or ride every roller coaster in the world. You just have to follow your passions and be yourself!

Some women have a place in their heart that they have always wanted to visit. Cuba has been on my list for some time, so hopefully the relaxing of travel restrictions by the United States will open that door for me! Some women just want to have fun and learn how to dance, ski or do gentle yoga.

Personally, I have a rather obscure goal that I have been working on for the past 10 years. My mission is to visit every city in the world that is built on seven hills. I know it sounds strange but there are actually over 50 cities in this category and many are beautiful places like Prague, Lisbon, Rome, Bath and Seattle.

I’d love to hear what you want to accomplish in the next 10 years! Please take a few minutes to join the conversation below and “like” and share this article to keep the discussion going.

What is on your list of things to do in the coming years? What is the biggest adventure that you have been on since your 60th birthday and what did you learn from it?

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Margaret Manning is the founder of Sixty and Me. She is an entrepreneur, author and speaker. Margaret is passionate about building dynamic and engaged communities that improve lives and change perceptions. Margaret can be contacted at

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