50 Plus!: Critical Career Decisions for the Rest of Your Life

Pirmais vāks
Citadel Press, 2002 - 191 lappuses
There are now unprecedented numbers of people past the age of fifty: in 2000, 36 percent of American adults had passed the half-century mark. And every year, they are living and working longer. This unprecedented "age wave" is accompanied by a new economy kept in constant flux by technological and global changes -- requiring on-going worker education and training.

Here are proven guidelines and formulas to help the over-50-year-old meet today's work challenges, written by an expert, who candidly describes his own struggles to upgrade. The book highlights success stories of prominent individuals who have made a vital transition to the 21st century, such as management consultant Peter Drucker, entertainer Bette Midler, and ex-President Jimmy Carter -- and emphasizes the attitudes, values, and strategies of those who thrive rather than merely survive. Included are discussions of:
-- Special money management issues
-- New social mores and diversity: how to seize opportunities and avoid landmines
-- Transitioning from employee to entrepreneur
-- Adjusting ambition, rethinking family, letting go, and developing new passions

 

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Introduction
1
The New Rules
13
The Lay of the Land
31
The Real Deal on Image
44
Time to Change
64
Get a
83
On Your Own
108
Becoming a Consultant
127
A PR Primer
145
Bridging the Generation Gap
161
Getting Back in the Game ume
176
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