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eBook Retiring as a Career: Making the Most of Your Retirement ePub

by Betsy Kyte Newman

  • ISBN: 031335152X
  • Category: Personal Finance
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Betsy Kyte Newman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger; Reprint edition (March 30, 2008)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1898 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1236 kb
  • Other: lit mobi lrf mbr
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 169

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What they envisioned as a graceful pirouette into the golden years often leads instead to a rude awakening. Why? We all know about financial planning for retirement, but emotional and social planning is just as important. BETSY KYTE NEWMAN a consultant in management education and career development, is the Director of Counseling and Career Services in Cincinnati, Ohio. She specializes in career planning, mid-career change, and life transitions. Библиографические данные. Retiring as a Career: Making the Most of Your Retirement.

Betsy Kyte Newman dispels the notion that retirement is a purely economic event, but rather an important life .

Betsy Kyte Newman dispels the notion that retirement is a purely economic event, but rather an important life transition that requires planning and preparation in all areas of life. -Carol Anderson President & CEO, Money Quotient, Inc. "A must read for anyone who hopes to have a successful transition from work to retirement.

com User, 13 years ago. We have been referring to Betsy's book with our Financial Service clients to help them discover how they would like to spend their life transition into a reduced work life or complete retirement. Betsy's book gives the reader insight into how they can design their own "next phase" from a hobbies, activities and emotional perspective.

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The Smartest Retirement Book You'll Ever Read: Achieve Your Retirement Dreams–in Any Economy by Daniel R. Solin. 2. The 5 Years Before You Retire by Emily Guy Birken. 3. Get What's Yours – The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security by Laurence J. Kotlikoff, Philip Moeller, and Paul Solman. 9. 10. How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free: Retirement Wisdom That You Won't Get from Your Financial Advisor by Ernie J. Zelinsky.

Betsy Kyte Newman, a consultant in management education and career development, is the Director .

Betsy Kyte Newman, a consultant in management education and career development, is the Director of Counseling and Career Services in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her books include Now That You're All Grown Up, What Do You Want to Be?, Getting Unstuck, and Life Begins and Ends with Girlfriends. On one hand, the title implies the lessons learned by a young German orphan boy about radio waves.

Every year, millions of Americans retire―and many of them wonder what went wrong. This book deals with the issues of purpose and structure, self-esteem, emotional and social roles, resources, and the special issues of women who retire. Based on the results of a survey of successful retirees, it helps readers to learn from their experiences and benefit from their own hard-won wisdom.

Every year, millions of Americans retire―and many of them wonder what went wrong. What they envisioned as a graceful pirouette into the golden years often leads instead to a rude awakening. Why? We all know about financial planning for retirement, but emotional and social planning is just as important. This book deals with the issues of purpose and structure, self-esteem, emotional and social roles, resources, and the special issues of women who retire. Based on the results of a survey of successful retirees, it helps readers to learn from their experiences and benefit from their own hard-won wisdom.

In many ways, today's retirees are pioneers, charting new courses for their unprecedented long futures. This book looks at the changing faces, definitions, and models of retirement in order to help those who are looking forward to their own. It enables readers to identify and avoid some of the typical pitfalls of retirement: moving too quickly from a fast-paced schedule to a life of total leisure; giving up home, friends, and community to move to a strange location; expecting your spouse to cooperate with your own retirement plans; and doing too much―or too little.

Comments

JoJoshura JoJoshura
Very helpful, makes you think more clearly about how you might want to continue being 'needed' to benefit others, using your skills (from working) or earlier passions you had to give up for the 'daily grind' of earning a living.
Anararius Anararius
We have been referring to Betsy's book with our Financial Service clients to help them discover how they would like to spend their life transition into a reduced work life or complete retirement. Betsy's book gives the reader insight into how they can design their own "next phase" from a hobbies, activities and emotional perspective. The excercises and exhibits bring them through a thought process and helps design what they truly want their retirement to be, what they don't want to do and helps to frame what is typically a topic we give very little thought to on a practical level. This book is ideal for three groups- baby boomers who would like to retire early or reinvent themselves in another career or business, pre-retirees who have approx. 5-7 years before retirement and those currently in retirement who are "out of sorts" and not feeling successful. Betsy uses insights and thought provoking questions which motivate the reader to take time and give careful thought to what may be the most rewarding time of our lives, and after all, we may be spending more time in retirement than we spent in our working years....
Taulkree Taulkree
I just retired and, of course, this book was valuable to me because the view is an alternative one versus sitting around doing nothing.
It is a major life change and the authors are very helpful in enlightening one to a future of worth and promise.
Adrielmeena Adrielmeena
I had the pleasure of reading Betsy's manuscript before the book was published. It's a wonderful explanation of the changing nature of retirement and how each one of us can make it a special, unique and meaningful experience no matter what we choose to do. Some may "retire" from retirement and become active again in the workforce, perhaps as a volunteer, perhaps for financial support. Whatever you choose, this book helps you think through your personal changes, both physical and psychological, that the transition from more work to less (or no work) may bring.
The book covers topics such as planning ahead for the social, emotional, psychological and spiritual issues; developing good "retirement skills"; relocation; emotional fulfillment; structuring your day; family and social relationships; avoiding boredom, loneliness and depression; "flunking retirement"; and more.
Most retirement books talk to you about the money side of things. This book does not. It's well written, easy to read, and would make a great gift to your favorite "pre-retiree." I know it will be well used in my lending library at Planning For Life.