The enormous popularity of Life Begins at 40 (which was, incidentally, a much better selling title than this one), will...

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THE BEST YEARS

The enormous popularity of Life Begins at 40 (which was, incidentally, a much better selling title than this one), will provide a springboard for public interest in this, which carries him on to retirement at 50, and the best- because the freest -- years. Here is his approach to that period in life, mentally, practically, how to condition oneself to the idea of retirement, how to taper off gradually (lowering pace, working part-time); how to vary activities and interests (traveling, reading, learning), how to nonetheless seems constitutionally counter to the American tempo and temperament. Can even Walter Pitkin alter that? Would that he could.

Pub Date: June 10, 1946

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Current Books

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1946