On November 8th, the world changed.
And, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll, 55% think Hillary Clinton should not be a public player in it.
It's time she retire from being, well, The Hillary Clinton we have known since she campaigned for her husband to be U.S. president.
Hillary is hardly alone is being designated for retirement.
The new world order is brutal in determining who should have a role and who is no longer relevant.
Partners at law firms are receiving that tap on the shoulder. They are being forced out. They haven't been able to bill enough hours and develop enough new business.
In glamour fields like television it's expected that retirement comes early, especially for females.
And, in corporate jobs, which The Organization Man used to hold until 65, sidelining can happen at age 50. The tough nut to crack after that is to afford medical insurance coverage.
To continue to earn a good living and be welcome in social circles we have to continually rebrand. This is no country for traditional aging.
Contests are popular.
Perhaps Clinton Inc. should conduct one for suggestions about what the former Democratic nominee for U.S. president should put herself out there as.
My recommendation? A behind-the-scenes mentor for females in non-profit organizations around the world.
The Clintons got quite far in politics. They should be thankful for all that today. And, tomorrow, hunker down and struggle with: What is Next?
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