Bruce Juell has been a U.S. Navy jet pilot, management consultant, turnaround specialist, investment banker, corporate CEO, venture capitalist, father, grandfather, a very poor golfer and an active volunteer. He has recently published The Retirement Activities Guide, 165 Ideas for Finding Fulfillment and Meaning (When Golf and Grandkids Aren’t Enough). His new career is devoted to increasing retirement productivity for the benefit of the individual and of society. After receiving his bachelor of engineering and MBA degrees from the University of Southern California, he joined the Los Angeles office of McKinsey & Company, where he worked in the areas of strategic and organizational planning. He founded Builders Resources Corporation and, as a key part of the Penn Central Railroad turnaround team, he served as CEO of Great Southwest Corporation and its wholly owned subsidiary, Six Flags, Inc. Bruce has served many Boards of Directors and has been active in a number of business and community groups, including the USC Entrepreneurial Program Advisory Board. He and his wife Jean live in Palos Verdes Estates, California.