Smart Women Don't Retire -They Break Free: From Working Full-Time to Living Full-Time

Smart Women Don't Retire -They Break Free: From Working Full-Time to Living Full-Time

by The Transition Network, Gail Rentsch

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Overview

For the amazing female pioneers who shattered the glass ceiling, a practical and inspiring guide to reinventing what's next.

Boomer women have been trailblazers throughout their professional lives. Now that their careers are losing their edge and children leave the nest, these women are ready to do for retirement what they did for the working world--redefine it. The first book from The Transition Network focuses on the unique needs of women as they explore new possibilities and redesign the old model of retirement, which no longer offers the challenges that these women experienced throughout their careers.

This book shows how to create new and exciting work and volunteer opportunities and how to discover new outlets for creativity and passion. Rich in practical advice and stories from women who have successfully navigated this stage, Smart Women don't Retire -- They Break Free is a blueprint for women seeking a whole new set of life choices.

The Transition Network is a nation-wide community of women who are creating exhilarating new transition possibilities. Members network through monthly programs; online; and through dynamic peer groups. Members have had successful careers in government, finance, international corporations, and the arts.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780446537476
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 06/13/2008
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 225,529
File size: 324 KB

About the Author

The Transition Network (TTN) is a dynamic community of women who are creating exhilarating new transition possibilities. Members network online and through monthly programs and dynamic peer groups, with chapters in New York, Washington, Chicago, and other locations across the country. Members have had successful careers in government, finance, international corporations, education, and the arts. To find out more about The Transition Network, you can visit its Web site at www.TheTransitionNetwork.org.

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