David Letterman’s 3 lessons on retirement

How do you ease into retirement after a career like David Letterman’s? The answer: You don’t.

For more than a year now, David Letterman, whose late-night TV hosting run was the longest ever, with more than 6,000 shows under his belt, has been retired. The New York Times recently talked to him in an insightful — and sometimes melancholy — interview about his life after “The Late Show.”

At moments, the funnyman was just that — funny. He joked about his ability to hit up Target TGT, +0.77% during the middle of a weekday, “I’m the guy who holds up lines because he always thinks he has the correct change.

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