Monthly Archives: April 2012

How Will You Live?

The last section of Thriving Beyond Midlife, How Will You Live?, concerns itself with thriving even while dealing with the declining personal resources and frailty that come with advanced age. Researchers found that 30% of seniors over age 73 were … Continue reading

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How Will You Pay For It?

Last week I wrote about one of my favorite reality books, Thriving Beyond Midlife by Craig MacBean and Henry Simmons. I described the “Where Will You Live?” section and promised to review part four, “How Will You Live?”.  I must … Continue reading

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It is not what you say, it is how you say it, if you say it at all

The Australia School of Business, as part of the University of New South Wales, publishes a newsletter as part of the Knowledge @ Wharton network.  Here is a link to a current article that will fulfill your Professional Wednesday responsibilities: … Continue reading

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Where Will You Live?

One of my favorite reality books is Thriving Beyond Midlife by Craig MacBean and Henry Simmons.  The authors take an unconventional approach to aging and retirement.  It is not a book about money and the financial side of retirement.  It … Continue reading

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