Articles

 

Active Planning Will Create a Fullfilling " Work Retirement"

 

Moving Into Retirement means Transitioning Through Change

 

Corporate Retirement

 

Baby Boomers at Retirement: The Coming Challenge for American Organizations

 

Phased Retirement Programs in Various Organizations

 

Books

 

Mitch Anthony The New Retirementality: Planning Your Life and Living Your Dreams...at Any Age You WantDearborn Trade Publishing, 2001

 

Suzy Allegra, How to be Ageless, Celestial Arts 2002

 

Elwood Chapman, Comfort Zones, Crisp Publications, 1997

 

Suzy Allegra, How to be Ageless, Celestial Arts, 2002

 

Elwood Chapman, Comfort Zones, Crips Publications 1997

 

Mark Freedman, Prime Time: How Baby Boomers will Revolutinze Retirement and Transfor America, Public Affairs Books, 1999

 

Marios Hayes, The Best of Retirement Planning, Crisp Publications, 1995

 

Richard Johnson, The New Retirement, World Press, 2001

 

Jeri Sedlar and Rick Minders, Don't Retire Rewire, Alpha Books, 2003

 

Marika and Howard Stone, Too Young to Retire, The Writers Collective, 2002

 

George E. Vaillant, Aging Well, Little, Brown & Co., 2002

 

Ralph Warner, Get a Life: You Don't Need a milion to Retire Well, Nolo Press, 2000

 

Assessment Tools

 

Thre Retirement Success Profile ( RSP ) from Retirement Options. ( Available only through a consultant like Transition Steps Consulting.)

 

Third Quarter of Life Card Sort helps you explore the areas that are most worthy of your attention in your third quarter of life. www.careertrainer.com: 800-888-4945

 

Various self-assessments appear many of the books mentioned above

 

Newsletters/email notices

 

Transition Steps Consulting will be sending out white papers and important information throughout the year. Signing up is free. If you would like to be on the list, contact Betty Burr at the email below.

 

www.reverse.org - ( see sources pages on reverse mortgages )

 

www.transitionsteps.com ( for resources and self-assessments )

 

www.2young2retire.com (many resource lists )

 

www.aarp.org (the granddaddy of them all - American Association of Retired Persons )