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Roar (Digital Audiobook)

into the second half of your life (before it's too late)

By Michael Clinton, Michael Clinton (Narrator), Gibson Frazier (Narrator)

Publication Date: September 6, 2021

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (9/13/2022)
Hardcover (9/7/2021)
Compact Disc (9/7/2021)

Description

This “inspiring reminder that it is never too late to reinvent yourself” (Nina García, editor-in-chief, Elle) shows you how to make second half of your life happy and productive—whether or not retirement is in your future plans.

We are living in a time when everyone is constantly reassessing what is next for them. In the mid-career group, people who have spent years working are now seeing their industry dramatically evolve and are facing the question: “What does that mean for me in the next twenty years?” At the same time, the post-career population is also going through massive change and dealing with the fact that many of them are not prepared financially, logistically, or emotionally for the next phase of their lives. And while we may want to retire, most of us don’t want to do nothing.

With expert insight and approachable techniques, Roar helps you identify fresh goals and take meaningful action to achieve a purposeful life. Featuring a unique and dynamic 4-part process, Roar shows you how to:

-Reimagine yourself
-Own who you are
-Act on what’s next
-Reassess your relationships

Transformative and invigorating, “you couldn’t pick a better roadmap for your next chapter than Roar. It teach[es] you how to approach the future not with fear or worry, but with passion and purpose” (Michael Sebastian, editor-in-chief, Esquire).


About the Author

Michael Clinton has more than forty years of experience in magazine publishing and is currently the special media advisor to the CEO of Hearst Corporation. A member of the board of trustees of Pace University and executive vice president of the board of trustees of the International Center of Photography, he has also written for publications as varied as The New York Times, Runner’s World, and many more. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA and an honorary doctorate from Pace University.