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Retirement The Psychology Of Reinvention

Retirement The Psychology Of Reinvention by Kenneth Schultz, ISBN: 9780241229545
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ISBN: 9780241229545
Publisher: DK
Published: January 2016
Format: Flexibound
Language: English
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Retirement The Psychology Of Reinvention

Approaching retirement age and feeling daunted by the change? Or thinking of early retirement and wondering where to start? Let this book be your guide to entering the next phase of life. Covering every stage of the retirement process, this comprehensive guide to a happy retirement is full of practical advice, grounded in psychological research. Infographics and self-analysis questions help to apply the insights you'll gain to your own situation, providing a roadmap for managing change in the best way for you. Retirement: The Psychology of Reinvention answers all your questions at every stage: making plans, transitioning to retirement, and settling in for the long-haul. Learn how to reinvent yourself and ensure you have a happy retirement.

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