Navigating the Retirement Jungle [NOOK Book]

Overview

Retirement is our time to do what we want to do when we want to do it. We have paid our dues and have earned the right to live a lifestyle we enjoy. No longer will our days be dictated by career requirements and the demands of our jobs. Instead we have time to do those things we have always dreamed of doing.

But do we know what it is that we want to do? Have we thought through how we will fill the hours and weeks and years with satisfying ...

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Navigating the Retirement Jungle

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Overview

Retirement is our time to do what we want to do when we want to do it. We have paid our dues and have earned the right to live a lifestyle we enjoy. No longer will our days be dictated by career requirements and the demands of our jobs. Instead we have time to do those things we have always dreamed of doing.

But do we know what it is that we want to do? Have we thought through how we will fill the hours and weeks and years with satisfying meaningful activities? Or are we optimistically hoping for the best?

Navigating the Retirement Jungle takes a closer look at that ever-important non-financial side of retirement planning. We pinpoint areas to focus on now while you have time to make course corrections where needed.

It is a jungle out there but with the right planning and preparation you can hope to live that fulfilling retirement you want and deserve.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033237081
  • Publisher: Dave Bernard
  • Publication date: 5/14/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 99,626
  • File size: 123 KB

Meet the Author

Dave Bernard is a California born and raised author and blogger with an extensive 30 year career in the Silicon Valley.

He has written more than 300 blogs for US News & World "On Retirement" and his personal blog "Retirement–Only the Beginning".

Candid feedback along with thousands of comments from readers of his blog has given him a unique glimpse into the realities and challenges that all retirees will ultimately face, inspiring his book "I Want To Retire! - Essential Considerations for the Retiree to Be".

His other works include "Are you Just Existing and Calling it a Life?" and his first venture into fiction with "Tales from Technology Gone Wild", a collection of four creepy short stories.

Dave lives in sunny California with his wife, two cats, and a passion for the San Jose Sharks hockey team.

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  • Posted October 5, 2012

    Great for Boomers

    I finished the free book in one day. Sometimes you get what you pay for, but I was pleasantly surprised with the overall content of the free book. I got much more value from the book than I expected despite its brevity. It is mix of practical tips and links to useful websites for preparing for retirement and inspirational thoughts on retirement and life. It is not for the twenty or thirty year old worker, but for those who are a little older and can see retirement looming in the not so distant future. While I am of retirement age, and have missed some the lofty goals of a well financed retirement I found that “Navigating the Retirement Jungle” reinforced my beliefs about finding out what really matters. Finding a reason to get out of bed in the morning, pursuing life with passion, and staying mentally healthy is the Holy Grail that makes life in retirement meaningful.

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