Best possible advice: Do not take financial advice from random people on the internet.
Second best possible advice: Taking money out is a lot more complicated than putting money in, as I learned when I started this process (at the beginning of 2021). Where you take the money from and when you take it can make a dramatic difference, it turns out. It affects not only tax, but also things like minimizing your healthcare cost through the Exchange (once your COBRA or other benefits run out and before Medicare kicks in).
Talk to an independent financial planner/wealth advisor. "Independent" meaning (1) a fiduciary (in the US; TWIAVBP) and (2) does not work on sales commission
Actually, talk to several advisors. The actual advice may not vary much, but IMO it's important to find somebody that you feel comfortable with. (I talked to six before picking one; there was one I absolutely hated on first contact...). Anybody worth working with will do an intro 30/60 minute call for free.
Final note: I went into the process thinking "I just need a couple of hours of somebody's time to create a plan, and I'll pay reasonably for that, but I don't need to be paying somebody a %age to manage my money"; and came out the other end thinking "I need an ongoing relationship with somebody who will respond to changes in tax law, benefits, other circumstances and I'm willing to pay for that".