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How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free: Retirement Wisdom That You Won't Get from Your Financial Advisor (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. März 2004

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Recommended in "Motley Fool's" syndicated column "Ernie Zelinski helps others find the time to live." -Boston Herald


A happy retirement is dependent on more than just having adequate financial resources. It means paying attention to all aspects of life, including leisure activities, creative pursuits, physical and mental well-being, and solid social support. With its friendly format, lively cartoons, and captivating quotations, Zelinskis guide offers inspirational advice on how to follow your dreams instead of someone elses how to enjoy life after work. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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But it is sure good to read that other people think the same and by putting it into words help articulate what you know.

"So when is the ideal time to retire? There is no ideal time to retire but you do not want to put it off longer than you have to."

Every now and then I seem to be going against the grain of what retirement should be. Then just as I was about say Ernie Zelinski does not know what she is talking about, I am included in the next paragraph. And she was right I should have retired earlier. My fault for listening to Suze Orman and building up the S.S. amount first at the expense of a few years.

I suggest this book is an interest to everyone whether contemplating or executing retirement. I have actually added a few more goals to my busy repertoire
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Zelinski has a great accessibility so the book is very readable 16. November 2016
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I encountered the book accidentally and at a very timely moment - ahead of 'retirement' age. The really valuable aspect of this book is its lack of focus on traditional financial planning - in fact it turns that on its head. Rather it brings together a very broad range of issues more related to the development of the whole person and this was just what I was looking for. While the book has been around a long time now, it remains highly relevant. Zelinski has a great accessibility so the book is very readable. Not every section is relevant to every person and I don't always agree with everything the book recommends. But that doesn't make a blind bit of difference - there is ample information there for everyone to be able to find inspiration. Reading this book has set me on a path of investigation, motivation, contemplation and serious planning to escape from the traditional notions of retirement.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen If you don't take care of your body, where are you going to live? 1. Februar 2015
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Just turned 60 and can't believe, but am grateful that I am actually planning for this next stage of life. Best piece of advice: If you don't take care of your body, where are you going to live? More importantly, if you do make it to retirement, is it going to be the active, fun life you dreamed about or are you going to be so disabled by stress caused diseases that all you can do is sit and pop pills. My generation was counselled to work long hard hours and save for the golden years. Yes, you have to plan but don't kid yourself that the place you work gives a red hot damn about your future.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gerardo Valencia, excellent book! 24. September 2016
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Excellent book, it talks mainly about quality of life and making retirement work for you. For so long I allowed others to define what quality of life is or should be. Eventually I figured out that only I could define what quality of life is for my life. This book gets to the heart of that. Only we could define quality of life for ourselves. Be it health, spiritual wellbeing or financial stability, to mention a few. I walked away with a few things from this book. Work on relationships that have been neglected in the past, get in touch with my artistic side, continue to work if you so desire. Doing what you love and enjoy doing without giving into peer pressure. Yes, peer pressure will continue for the rest of our lives. I will never put myself again in a position where work becomes drudgery or a conflict of my core beliefs. Do your self a favor, read this book, it can only enhance a perspective that most financial advisors would never expose to you. Perhaps most of them don't know how to provide such perspective. I'm a 44 year old retired commercial lender. I plan to work until I'm not capable anymore, but work will be at my own pace now and mainly for enjoyment. Yes, their is such a thing as working for enjoyment, read this book and you will find out how....
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Retirees: THIS IS A MUST-BUY - The definitive guide for surviving and reveling in retirement! 28. Mai 2016
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Ernie Zelinski's best-seller book on retirement, How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free, is one of the best written resources on the subject. Since I retired from teaching music in the public schools in 2013, I have been preaching his gospel about finding meaning and work/life balance in retirement. I even promote it in my blog-posts [...] for soon-to-retire music teachers.

His informal curriculum of setting goals, creating a "get-a-life" tree, and satisfying the three basic needs of retirees to find "purpose, community, and structure," is absolutely amazing. I call it "re-channeling your juices," focusing on your "new" mission - why you are excited to get up in the morning - avoiding too many passive (boring) activities, and seeking out ways to "make a difference." His text, illustrations, and quotations are hilarious!

Especially for many music educators, the transition to our "golden years" can be "bumpy!" We are too "Type-A" for our own good and personally identify (our self-worth) too much with our school music programs. It is difficult to walk away and not look back. When we take that first leap and leave full-time employment, sometimes we carry excess emotional baggage. Ernie Zelinski helps us to learn how to take it slow, plan and "intern" retirement, and get rid of everything else.

My favorite sections in his book are Chapter 2 "Retirement: A Time to Become Much More than You Have Ever Been," Chapter 3 "So Many Worlds, So Much to Do!", and Chapter 5 "Learning is for Life."

This is the book I purchase and give to every colleague who I know is planning to retire... the art teacher who lives on my street, the foreign language curriculum leader who is leaving the profession after serving 43 years at the school I also taught, etc.

My only complaint is that I can never find my own copy of the book... I keep lending it out to "needy" newly retirees who probably "forget" to return it. That's another good reason he has sold more than 275,000 copies of How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free... we keep snatching them up and passing them on!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This book is just what I needed! 1. November 2015
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LOVE this book, which is not a financial planner, but a refreshing approach to retirement. Hey, it's a big step and this book addresses things that many of those slick publications based solely on money simply don't have. (Money is IMPORTANT but not EVERYTHING!) How about preparing mentally for this? What are you actually going to DO when you retire? And most important to me, how to decide WHEN is the right time.Well this book covers those things.I have decided not to wait another few years just to see my pension increase by a few measly hundred dollars when I could be making that same money doing something I actually ENJOY! I am a professional musician and artist/photographer "on the side." Well, time to give those things their proper due, and I won't wait til I'm too old to do them full-time! I NEEDED this nudge the book provides. I needed to think beyond money and focus on real LIVING! (Did I mention my job of almost 20 years is a total bore?)The book IS a bit repetitious, but after a few chapters it began to sink in...HEY! I can DO this!! I wish there were more books like this one.
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