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Retire with a Mission shows readers how to match the skills they used at work to new activities for a joyful and satisfactory retirement.Retirement is not merely an end to a career; it's an entirely new phase of life that requires new activities, renewed relationships, and, most important, a way to find value and worth without going to work every day. Writing a new mission for retired life creates a blueprint for health, happiness, and fulfillment.Retire with a Mission shows readers how to match the skills they used at work to new activities for a joyful and satisfactory retirement. As well as guiding readers through writing and evaluating their new mission, Dr. Wendel provides creative ideas and exhaustive information on:Fixed finances and maintaining a certain standard of livingRenewing sexual intimacyTravelingVolunteer, mentoring, and consulting opportunitiesUsing computers to communicateEnhancing family lifeStaying healthy and happyEstate planning and preparationWith a lifetime of experience to draw from, a mission statement can be the unifier that brings together a retiree's identity, life's purpose, vision for the future, and the core values by which they plan to live the rest of their life.

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									Retire with a Mission
Author: Richard Wendel



Edition: 1
Table of Contents

AcknowledgmentsIntroductionSection I: PreparationChapter 1Creating the Foundation for a Smooth
TransitionChapter 2Writing Your Personal Mission StatementChapter 3Building on Past
PleasuresChapter 4Life InventoriesSection II: Navigating theEmotional TransitionChapter 5A
Psychological PerspectiveChapter 6Sexual IntimacyChapter 7Spending Some Time AloneSection III:
FamilyChapter 8Drawing on Family SupportChapter 9The Family TreeChapter 10The Messengers in
Children's Clothing: Carefree FunChapter 11Recounting the TaleChapter 12The Skinny on Estate
PlanningBy Lewis Gatch, Attorney-at-LawSection IV: Safeguard YourRetirement MoneyChapter
13Personal Finances: A Realistic ApproachChapter 14The New EconomyChapter 15Managing Your
InvestmentsChapter 16Enlisting the Help of Money ManagersChapter 17Personal Equity
ManagementSection V: Managing Every DayDollars and PossessionsChapter 18The Art and Science of
Buying and SellingChapter 19A Smooth Inheritance DistributionSection VI: Medical Advancements and
RetirementChapter 20Biomedical DiscoveriesChapter 21Retirement: The Longest of Life's Chapters?
Section VII: Some Great New Activities for RetirementChapter 22Computers and the InternetChapter
23TravelChapter 24Working in RetirementEpilogueAppendix A: Readings on Human SexualityAppendix
B: A Bibliography for Smart InvestingIndexAbout the Author
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Retire with a Mission shows readers how to match the skills they used at work to new activities for a
joyful and satisfactory retirement.Retirement is not merely an end to a career; it's an entirely new phase
of life that requires new activities, renewed relationships, and, most important, a way to find value and
worth without going to work every day. Writing a new mission for retired life creates a blueprint for health,
happiness, and fulfillment.Retire with a Mission shows readers how to match the skills they used at work
to new activities for a joyful and satisfactory retirement. As well as guiding readers through writing and
evaluating their new mission, Dr. Wendel provides creative ideas and exhaustive information on:Fixed
finances and maintaining a certain standard of livingRenewing sexual intimacyTravelingVolunteer,
mentoring, and consulting opportunitiesUsing computers to communicateEnhancing family lifeStaying
healthy and happyEstate planning and preparationWith a lifetime of experience to draw from, a mission
statement can be the unifier that brings together a retiree's identity, life's purpose, vision for the future,
and the core values by which they plan to live the rest of their life.

								
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