ROAR Into The Second Half Of Your Life By Michael Clinton from Beyond Words Publishing. Change happens all around us in our careers, our relationships, and inevitably, our futures. If you are in the second half of your life, at some point you might find yourself replaced, pushed out, or aged out.
It’s increasingly likely that something is going to happen that could radically change your work or your personal life, so why wait until that “something” happens to you? Why not be proactive and start creating the future you want right now? From Michael Clinton, former president, and publishing director of Hearst Magazines, ROAR helps those who are considering retirement or mid-career change as well as those who have no wish to retire, to get on with fulfilling their dreams before it’s too late. The book offers an empowering path for reimaging and embracing your future through a dynamic process called ROAR:
Own who you are
Act on what’s next
Reassess your relationships
Michael shows readers how to ROAR into their future. Demonstrated through his own example, along with tips, resources, and true stories from over forty people who didn’t let their age or other setbacks stop them, readers will aspire to pursue their goals and get back to a life well-lived. Prescriptive and inspiring. ROAR will motivate, entertain, and transform readers.
Get ready to ROAR!
My Opinion: This book offers great advice to give you confidence if you are unsure what to do with your career in your 40’s and up, which you might be looking for a change. This makes a great Christmas gift for anyone who might be thinking of a change from a job or maybe they got laid off at a job.
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