Richard Turner: Big Time Trial Attorney Turns Zen Photographer
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Do you ever wonder about completely changing careers even though you're in your 60's? Octogenarian Richard Turner made a bold career/life decision 17 years ago and has never looked back.

After working for Governor Ronald Reagan and then becoming a prominent trial attorney, he started feeling his life was centered on conflict. At age 60 he began searching for more meaning in his life.

Richard is now a nationally recognized nature photographer, poet and author of the reflective book, "I Can't Always See My Path but I Keep On Walking." In this episode he shares his insights on listening to your inner voice and making a concerted effort to enjoy life to the fullest.

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