The New Retirementality

The New Retirementality

Planning your Life and Living your Dreams-- at Any Age You Want

Book - 2001
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People will embrace the way Mitch Anthony is turning the tradition concept of retirement on its head. You only need to look around to see that times are changing. The 60's generation and younger envision martinis and golf as more of a dead end than a dream. For many, retirement will span 30 years and longer. These people see the shocking reality of retirement not as extended leisure and enjoyment but long-term boredom and empty dreams. He has a refreshing alternative which he expresses as the new retirementality Inspiring and practical, The New Retirementality illustrates how readers can achieve the direction and financial security necessary to live the lives they really want - beginning now. He challenges readers to abandon their traditional thinking about retirement by dispelling the seven great retiremyths * Myth 1 Retirement means not working * Myth 2 You have to reach age 62 in life to do what you want * Myth 3 Age 65 is old * Myth 4 Retirement is an economic event * Myth 5 Having the money you need will make you happy and secure * Myth 6 A Life of ease is the ultimate retirement goal * Myth 7 You can do this by yourself In the future, retirement will no longer be viewed a
Publisher: Chicago, IL : Dearborn Trade, c2001
ISBN: 9780793141821
0793141826
Characteristics: xiii, 241 p. ; 23 cm
Alternative Title: New retire-mentality

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Dec 07, 2007

The best book! I read it, then bought it, because it is encouraging and invigorating and it's about living life to the fullest, instead of winding down.

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