August 27, 2012
Your Next Chapter
Baby Boomers have never done things conventionally, and now they are breaking new ground in the way they are "retiring" – by rebooting and reinventing. The Retirement Boom is a guidebook packed with expert advice, insights, real-life stories, exercises and more on all aspects of thinking and planning that robust next chapter. Published by Career Press.
"This terrific resource offers an eloquent and insightful road map for making the so-called “retirement years” among the most exciting and fulfilling of your life…It is a must-read companion for every Baby Boomer seeking to make the most of the great gift of longer lives." — Marc Freedman, Founder/CEO, Encore.org.Learn More
When is the last time you took a real break?
Whether you're disillusioned with your career, yearning to follow a dream, or taking time out after a layoff, now is a great time to step back and recharge. We call it rebooting your life. This book will show you how you can give yourself the best gift ever—the gift of time.
"Talk about discovery! Reboot Your Life gives the inspiration, insight, and practical tips to take a work break for a breather or a real life change." — Wonya Lucas, Former Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Discovery CommunicationsLearn More
A JOURNAL FOR INSPIRATION
This journal of the authors' favorite inspirational and motivational quotes is the perfect place to write your thoughts or daily activities around rebooting -- or just your daily life. It's a perfect gift for yourself or someone else!Learn More
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I am not at the age of retirement however, I read and reread REBOOT YOUR LIFE and I realized that I already had the tools to do a self imposed sabbatical after a job change. I had saved a considerable amount of money and traveled and expanded my horizons personally. Once I went back to work after nine months it was with a completely different perspective. I also have continued to take sabbaticals of shorter periods of time and am a different person. Life is too short to be miserable. Thanks so much for your book. –Sara Norvell, Reboot Reader and Fan
It’s a tough lesson to learn: Time is more valuable than money—because all the money in the world can’t buy you time. And that’s the lesson to be learned in these pages—how to appreciate and make the most of that uncertain and precious commodity, the time you are given to live a fulfilled life. –Terry Savage, Nationally syndicated Chicago Sun-Times financial columnist and author of The New Savage Number: How Much Money Do You Really Need to Retire?
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