Whether you are an elite athlete or a Baby Boomer career professional, the transition into and through retirement can be fraught with risk. You have dedicated your life to your career. Then because of injury or illness, a decision by a coach or boss, or personal choice, your career is over. After the Cheering Stops helps you manage the risk, create opportunities, and live the winning retirement you deserve.
The book will help you understand the retirement playing field, build your retirement team, develop a winning game plan, practice that plan, and make game-plan adjustments as your life circumstances change.
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About the Author
Alan Spector has been writing, blogging, and speaking about and practicing retirement life planning for two decades. He can relate both to the athlete, having been a four-year college varsity baseball player, and to the Baby Boomer, being one himself. In his own retirement, he has founded three businesses, written five previous books, and been deeply involved in volunteer activities. Alan lives in St. Louis and still plays baseball in local leagues and in tournaments around the country. He and his wife, Ann, travel extensively and are the proud and active grandparents of four.