Age Smart: Discovering the Fountain of Youth at Midlife and Beyond

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Prentice Hall Professional, Mar 28, 2011 - Self-Help - 224 pages
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Americans are embracing an entirely new way of aging: one that's based on staying productive, staying active, and staying young in body and mind. Jeffrey A. Rosensweig and Betty Liu share strategies for bringing together all the elements of a long, happy, fulfilling, connected life. Starting today, you'll learn how to take advantage of the latest sciences of health and longevity... leverage today's most powerful techniques for protecting your financial security... find or keep the work you love... pursue a path to deepen your own personal spirituality, whatever form it may take. No Pink Pants is packed with easy-to-use tips and guidelines for everything from your portfolio to your medical insurance. The heart of the book: intimate interviews with individuals celebrated for what they've learned about getting better with age:  powerful role models ranging from Jimmy Carter to Helen Gurley Brown, Robert Mondavi to C. Everett Koop. Learn from their experiences; then use this book's easy worksheets to take control of your own future!

 

 

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Jeffrey Rosensweig is a finance professor at Emory University. A Ph.D. who studied at MIT and a frequent commentator on national television and at keynote lectures, he studies economic and aging trends and their impact on business and investing strategy. A member of the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations, he resides in Atlanta.

 

Betty Liu is an on-air correspondent for CNBC Asia. An award-winning business journalist, Betty spent the last ten years as a reporter for The Financial Times and Dow Jones Newswires writing about economic and social trends. Raised in Philadelphia, she is currently residing in Hong Kong.

 

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