Getting older doesn’t mean self-improvement stops. In fact, our older years offer the perfect opportunity to reflect on what you want and how you want to get there.
Aging is a great time to break free from familiar patterns and explore what brings you the most joy.
From the realms of health, beauty, sex, and finances to the captivating rhythm of day-to-day existence, this is your chance to embark on an exhilarating exploration.
But where does one begin this extraordinary journey?
Is it by hitting the reset button and starting anew?
Within the pages of these eight remarkable authors, a wealth of wisdom and inspiration awaits. Let their powerful ideas ignite the flame of self-motivation within you and guide you towards the transformative path of reinvention.
Embrace the adventure that awaits as you immerse yourself in the essence of their words and unlock the secrets to embracing your fullest potential. Step into a world where boundless opportunities and uncharted territories beckon, ready to be seized. Are you ready to embark on this extraordinary odyssey?
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The New Old Me: My Late-Life Reinvention. After the death of her best friend, the loss of her life’s savings, and the collapse of her once-happy marriage, Meredith Maran leaves her San Francisco freelance writer’s life for a 9-to-5 job in Los Angeles. Determined to rebuild not only her savings but also herself while relishing the joys of life in La-La Land, Maran writes “a poignant story, a funny story, a moving story, and above all an American story of what it means to be a woman of a certain age in our time” (Christina Baker Kline, number-one New York Times–bestselling author of Orphan Train).
Re-Invent Yourself! A Lifestyle Transformation Guide for Women Over 50. Cheryl Garrison wrote Re-Invent Yourself after meeting numerous women over 50 who were struggling with the reality of growing older. Career change (including downsizing or layoff), empty nest syndrome, failed retirement, failed business, failed relationships, and a lack of confidence in the future are just some of the issues Cheryl encountered. Cheryl shares her personal story in the book and dives into a re-invention plan that includes exercises and tools needed to make a move.
Your Life Calling: Reimaging the Rest of Your Life. Jane Pauley, one of America’s most beloved and trusted broadcast journalists, offers humor and insight about the journey forward. The New York Times bestseller Your Life Calling is a fresh look at ideas that have been simmering since boomers first entered midlife with a different perspective on the future than any generation before: that there was more to come—and perhaps the best of all.
Third Calling: What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? A powerful book about finding purpose, passion, and spiritual significance in a new season of life. Young adulthood offers opportunities to grow up, pursue education, perhaps marry, start a family, and get established—the First Calling. Before long, it’s time to develop careers, establish reputations, raise children, and care for elderly parents—the Second Calling. Then, something transformational happens; maybe the nest empties, turning a certain age is celebrated, or a career ends. It is a new season—the Third Calling. It is a fresh period filled with possibilities and opportunities.
The Empty Desk Survival Guide. A practical guide designed to assist “Baby Boomer” women in navigating the difficult, often unexamined process of evaluating the possibility of an “encore career” or eventual retirement from a profession that once provided enormous fulfillment and satisfaction. The good news is that there are women willing to share their stories to light the way and step-by-step proven-successful evaluation tools to steer the reader toward a rewarding post-career resolution based on her own unique situation.