Beyond Work

Book Name : Beyond Work_x000D_
How Accomplished People Retire Successfully

By by Bill Roiter

Sub Title : How Accomplished People Retire Successfully

Written by : by Bill Roiter

Subject Category : Business

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Silences the worry financially successful people have over retirement while offering them exciting new ways to think about and plan for a life after work Moving beyond the world of work can be an anxious, fearful time for accomplished professionals fraught with uncertainty and indecision. Do I have enough money to live the life I want? Will I be healthy and able to manage any health problems that arise so that I can live the life I want? Will I be lonely? What kind of life do I want to live? These are the pressing questions they ask themselves and seek answers for. Yet most books on retirement focus mainly on the financial aspects of life after work, offering little of value to those who are financially secure. Beyond Work was written for accomplished people who feel financially secure enough to retire, but who are at a loss when it comes to planning their futures. It gives them the tools to think about all the other important aspects of retirement, so they can make a successful transition to and find meaning and satisfaction in retirement. Explores the four challenges that must be met in order to have a fulfilling retirement: financial, physical, social, and personal Packed with inspiring and instructive real-life retirement stories and practical tools that assist readers in making the transition to life after work Wiley; May 2008 ISBN 9780470158357 Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure EPUB format Title: Beyond Work Author: Bill Roiter Imprint: Wiley Subject categories Business > Accounting Business > Personal Finance > Retirement Planning Self-Help ISBNs 0470158352 9780470840948 9780470158357 9780470675359 About The Author Like most career-focused people Dr. Bill Roiter had not really thought much about retirement until something happened: many of his clients began to ask him his ideas on the subject. Over the past 30 years Bill, a psychologist, has used his knowledge of human behavior to consult to organizations and to coach their executives. Many of the people Bill has known and worked with over the years are retiring or are contemplating it. Many have asked Bill what they should know and think about as they move beyond their work-focused lives. Then four years ago Bill's wife retired from her corporate job and focused Bill's attention on the personal, as well as the professional, aspects of this dynamic part of life. This book is the result of Bill's work with these accomplished people. Bill maintains his own executive coaching practice in the Boston area. In 2004, he coauthored a book with Margaret Butteriss that identified and described Corporate MVPs (Wiley, 2004). He has also owned and sold two businesses, been a vice president for sales and marketing of a publicly traded company, and helped found a venture capital-backed electronic communications company. For the past 12 years Bill has focused his work on coaching executives as they transition to their next challenge. Bill's professional training includes a bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree from Boston University and post-doctoral training and teaching at Harvard University. Bill also teaches executive coaching to professionals looking to develop this expertise.

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Business - Accounting Business - Personal Finance - Retirement Planning Self-Help

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0470158352 - 9780470840948 - 9780470158357 - 9780470675359

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Like most career-focused people Dr. Bill Roiter had not really thought much about retirement until something happened: many of his clients began to ask him his ideas on the subject. Over the past 30 years Bill, a psychologist, has used his knowledge of human behavior to consult to organizations and to coach their executives. Many of the people Bill has known and worked with over the years are retiring or are contemplating it. Many have asked Bill what they should know and think about as they move beyond their work-focused lives. Then four years ago Bill's wife retired from her corporate job and focused Bill's attention on the personal, as well as the professional, aspects of this dynamic part of life. This book is the result of Bill's work with these accomplished people. Bill maintains his own executive coaching practice in the Boston area. In 2004, he coauthored a book with Margaret Butteriss that identified and described Corporate MVPs (Wiley, 2004). He has also owned and sold two businesses, been a vice president for sales and marketing of a publicly traded company, and helped found a venture capital-backed electronic communications company. For the past 12 years Bill has focused his work on coaching executives as they transition to their next challenge. Bill's professional training includes a bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree from Boston University and post-doctoral training and teaching at Harvard University. Bill also teaches executive coaching to professionals looking to develop this expertise.

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Wiley