Strategies For Retiring Right by Rick Atkinson (125)

One of the newest topics that is becoming very much in vogue now is retirement. There are many people who are ready for retirement and can afford to, but they are petrified about what they will do when they retire. So, there are many new books appearing in this niche to ease people’s uneasiness into retirement.

This is a book that will help all of us retire in a timely manner. There is life after work. And there are new identities that we can form after the professional identity that we had while we were working. You just have to find it and make certain you do it right! This is extremely important because retirement will likely be the second longest period of your life. And it could be the best part of your life with a bit of planning and open-mindedness. To help you to get on the right path, this book, is a must read for every Canadian who is about to retire.

His previous book is also an important one for people about to retire. You may want to pick it up too. It is called Don’t Just Retire– Live it, Love it! It’s a practical guide offering profound insights , true stories, and hands-on exercises.

This book covers essential topics such as creating a holistic approach to retirement, understanding the need for balanced leisure lifestyle, choosing where to live, taking charge of your retirement development, and following the seven strategies for retirement success.

So, if you are about to retire, please do yourself a favour and pick up a copy of this book. You will then be able to retire without feeling like your life is over.

Our retirement years can be the best times of our lives. We must retire before it is too late and we get too sick and old to enjoy all the wonderful things in life.

I loved this book!  I plan to give everyone I know that I about to retire a copy of it.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth

About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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