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MANCHESTER, NH – He lived aboard his boat for three years and has even been asked to run for Governor.
All John Clayton really wants to do is share Manchester’s remarkably rich history with everyone.
John’s latest reinvention as Executive Director of the Manchester Historic Association allows him to do just that, even if he feels guilty about taking a paycheck for it.
Listen in, and you’ll hear what happened to cause him to want to stay here for his writing years.
Mike Morin is a broadcaster, author, speaker and now podcaster, busy celebrating life’s second acts via the airwaves. Maybe you can help: Are you rediscovering yourself beyond 40? Do you have an interesting “second-act” to share? Do you know someone who left their career to follow their dreams? Contact Morin at firstname.lastname@example.org and you could be the next person to add “inspirational voice of reinvention” to your resume by sharing your story on Reset: 40 is the New Happy.