50+: Igniting a Revolution to Reinvent America
50+ is a call to arms. It's a groundbreaking look at the revolution that's going on right now among seventy-eight million American baby boomers. From age 50+ on up, Americans are refusing to rock away their retirement. They're starting new careers, rallying for causes close to their hearts, raising grandchildren, becoming more active in their communities, and, above all else, changing the face of aging in America.
--Working to transform health care not only by demanding quality care and lower pharmaceutical costs, but also by engaging in healthy lifestyles and preventive care
--Creating a secure retirement by planning personal finances well in advance and working to make Social Security solvent for all Americans
--Revolutionizing the workplace so those of us who want or need to continue working can do so in a way that benefits everyone.
--Building livable communities with improved housing, transportation, and services, allowing all Americans to age in place.
--Changing the marketplace by driving the development of innovative products and services that add value to 50+ lives, and using collective purchasing power to make them affordable
--Advocating for causes that will really make a difference
--Creating a lasting legacy so we can leave the world a better place than we found it.
By discovering the possibilities that lie within all of us, we can ignite a twenty-first-century revolution to make America better and stronger. If you're 50+, Bill Novelli has a message for you: The best is yet to come.
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Novelli, CEO of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), presents a synopsis of the many changes in U.S. society that will be driven by the massive 50-plus population (the cascade of those ... Read full review
six The Opportunity to Change the Marketplace
seven The Opportunity to Advocate for a Cause
eight The Opportunity to Leave a Legacy