The Little Blue Book On Retirement By Women, For Women
This book is intended for women who figured out how to make their way in the working world and are now ready to fire up a meaningful retirement. To navigate each stage, this upbeat book lays out five simple ideas to make this new life more fun, more purposeful and less unnerving.
After the co-authors retired, they created Lustre, a blog devoted to retired career women who wanted a new approach to retirement-a way to take control over the next third of their lives. They distilled what they learned about figuring out who you are now, how to find renewed purpose, and how and why you must consciously challenge outdated stereotypes about age and retirement. They wrote this book to inspire a new movement of women who are prepared once again to come together to discover new ways of being strong.
This book is not a manual or a "how to." It presents a new way to think about being true to yourself. Pick it up when those outdated concepts get you down and you're dreaming of finally living the authentic life you deserve. Experience what retirement can be for a new generation of women.
Author: Erica Baird, Karen E. Wagner
Binding Type: Paperback
Publisher: Mission Point Press
Size: 7.00h x 4.00w x 0.15d
About the Author
Baird, Erica: - Erica Baird is a retired lawyer with a career spanning four decades. She was the first woman partner in the General Counsel's Office of a then Big Six accounting firm, working in the United States and abroad on some of the major financial reporting issues of the day. Erica is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and the New York University School of Law. She lives with her husband in New York City.Wagner, Karen E.: - Karen E. Wagner was the first woman litigation partner at a global law firm in New York City. She practiced law for forty years, litigating cases involving international finance, securities fraud and baseball, as well as cutting-edge restructuring issues of the largest companies. Karen graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and New York University School of Law. She lives in New York City with her husband.