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eBook Age Smart: Discovering the Fountain of Youth at Midlife and Beyond (paperback) ePub

by Jeffrey Rosensweig,Betty Liu

  • ISBN: 0132736780
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Jeffrey Rosensweig,Betty Liu
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: FT Press; 1 edition (May 4, 2006)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1596 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1666 kb
  • Other: lit mbr azw docx
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 181

Description

Working beyond age 65 may become the norm in the not so distant future. Age Smart" gives many practical ideas on how to stay young longer.

pursue a path to deepen your own personal spirituality, whatever form it may take. Working beyond age 65 may become the norm in the not so distant future. This book addresses physical, mental, financial and spiritual considerations.

Betty Liu is an on-air correspondent for CNBC Asia

pursue a path to deepen your own personal spirituality, whatever form it may take. Betty Liu is an on-air correspondent for CNBC Asia. An award-winning business journalist, Betty spent the last ten years as a reporter for The Financial Times and Dow Jones Newswires writing about economic and social trends.

Starting today, you'll learn how to take advantage of the latest sciences of health and. Americans are embracing an entirely new way of aging: one that's based on staying productive, staying active, and staying young in body and mind.

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Jeffrey Rosensweig is a finance professor at Emory University. Betty Liu is an on-air correspondent for CNBC Asia

Jeffrey Rosensweig is a finance professor at Emory University. Council on Foreign Relations, he resides in Atlanta.

Автор: Jeffrey Rosensweig Название: Age Smart: Discovering the .

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Americans are embracing an entirely new way of aging: one that's based on staying productive, staying active, and staying young in body and mind. Jeffrey A. Rosensweig and Betty Liu share strategies for bringing together all the elements of a long, happy, fulfilling, connected life. Starting today, you'll learn how to take advantage of the latest sciences of health and longevity... leverage today's most powerful techniques for protecting your financial security... find or keep the work you love... pursue a path to deepen your own personal spirituality, whatever form it may take. No Pink Pants is packed with easy-to-use tips and guidelines for everything from your portfolio to your medical insurance. The heart of the book: intimate interviews with individuals celebrated for what they've learned about getting better with age: powerful role models ranging from Jimmy Carter to Helen Gurley Brown, Robert Mondavi to C. Everett Koop. Learn from their experiences; then use this book's easy worksheets to take control of your own future!

Comments

Bort Bort
This is an extremely interesting Kindle ebook which, as the writer says, is not about staying young but aging well. We can do this by taking care of our bodies, our minds and our souls (or spirits). This isn't just the usual inspirational mumbo-jumbo of half-myth and half-fact that we are all too familiar with. It is a well-laid out, well-written investigation into what keeps some people well and happy into old age and it aims to show how this is possible for us all.

All aspects of getting older are considered, from finances through work and personal projects and activities to socializing, and the kernel of the book is interviews with celebrities and ordinary people who have succeeded in staying young in outlook and lifestyle as they grew older.

Whether we are still looking forward to being elders of our community or have actually arrived at this time, this ebook is one that is well worth reading and keeping on our Kindles to browse through again and again.
Uscavel Uscavel
Having read many books during the past several years on "senior" health and retirement planning, I particularly like the chapters on health, "diet," and lifestyle in this book. The information matches what I have observed personally and learned through reading. The tone is optimistic, and the interviews with well-known people who have aged well add interest to the topics discussed.

For some reason, this book a "fun read" because of its brevity, factual approach, and encouraging suggestions on aging well.

I like the emphasis on "making a comeback" to good health through (a) daily exercise; (b) acquiring wisdom about our eating habits (clearly analyzed in terms of obesity, diabetes, and age-related medical conditions that can be avoided or diminished until "old old" age); and (c) engaging in activities (whether they be on-the-job or through volunteering) that present a challenge to which we respond with commitment, engagement, and full effort.

Although my review may create the impression that the content is predictable, I would say, instead, that the content is condensed, vitally important, and extremely optimistic and encouraging about the rewards of simple but effective changes.
Shezokha Shezokha
"Some extremely curious people can't bear to go a day without learning something new."

Working beyond age 65 may become the norm in the not so distant future. "Age Smart" gives many practical ideas on how to stay young longer. This book addresses physical, mental, financial and spiritual considerations. The author's believe that 70 percent of the aging process is under your control. They give practical advice like how you should exercise for thirty minutes a day seven days a week. They explain how to read ingredient lists so you eat better and encourage the reader to eat foods in their natural state. There is also some information on why diets don't work and how lifestyle changes are needed for long-term health. Some of the most interesting sections of the book consist of interviews with people who have aged well. It is interesting to note that some people did not find their ideal career until well into their forties. Also it seems there are some things that will make you live longer like having a good sense of humor. I wouldn't recommend this book as the only book you read on aging but there are some important facts that could lead to you living a more productive life as you grow older.

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JOGETIME JOGETIME
My kindle has a text to speech function and with the right cables, I was able to listen to the book while driving. There was so much good information in the book, I listened to it twice. Most 'aging right' books ignore spirituality but this book tackled this topic in what I thought was a sensitive way. I thought it was a very well balanced, well written book.
Qusserel Qusserel
I was pleased that this book covers aging from all aspects. It comes from the standpoint of aging physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. It gave sound advice on nutrition and physical health including exercise and movement. It also talked about keeping your mind young, having a great attitude and keeping connection to your Source. Everything was explained in very down to Earth, simple but very powerful terms.
NiceOne NiceOne
Although this book seems focused on an older population than me, I love the information in it. I really found the information very thought provoking. There are stories from experts, tips, research on topics, etc. I also glad this was available on Kindle.
Pettalo Pettalo
This book contains a lot of good general advice for staying healthy throughout life. It is a bit vague in parts and too general for my taste. I found myself wanting more. It is very well rounded and includes advice on all aspects of life including spiritual, mental, physical, etc.
Meh, not for me, but still an ok book