Some guys just can't slow down. Take Julian Myers. At age 90, he still runs six days a week, operates his PR agency in Marina del Rey and figures he'll live to 120. "I'm confident I'll pick up clients till the end," he said.
What do you do when you turn 65? Most retire, but many successful Angelenos keep on working just as hard as ever. Or they started a business. Or two. In fact, some work even harder. For example, Al Mann is 83 but typically works 12 hours a day and sometimes 80 hours a week.
In this special report, the Business Journal features eight Angelenos, all 80 or older, who disclose how they do it. And in case you want do it, too, here's one hint: Continue working out, like 91-year-old lawyer David Smith, who hits the gym every weekday. And here's another tip, as told by 80-year-old Saul Levine: "Don't even think of retiring."
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