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Threescore and More : Applying the Assets of Maturity, Wisdom, and Experience for Personal and Professional Success.

By: Weiss, Alan.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (128 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351364997.Subject(s): Maturation (Psychology)-United States | Older people-United States-Attitudes | Older people-United States-Social conditions | Self-actualization (Psychology)-United States | Stereotypes (Social psychology)-United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Threescore and More : Applying the Assets of Maturity, Wisdom, and Experience for Personal and Professional SuccessDDC classification: 305.260973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half-Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Chapter Overview -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 The Myth of Boomers, Greatest Generation, Millennials, and Gen-Anything -- It's Ironic That We Praise Diversity but Create Homogenization -- My Father's Mantra When He Was Shot At: It Won't Be Me -- Maturity Is the Great Gift of Age -- You May Not Be What You Eat, but You Are Who You Hang Out With -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 2 The Future Began Yesterday -- Each Day Is a New Page in Your Story -- A Legacy Is a Journey, Not an Ending -- You Can Make Up Lost Ground -- The Future Is Not a Different Version of Today -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 3 Power Increases with Age -- Maximizing and Utilizing Travel and Experiences -- Improving and Expanding Language -- Knowledge Is for Kids: Creating Wisdom -- The Value of Healthy Selfishness and Comfort -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 4 Biceps, Quads, and Self-Esteem Are All Muscles -- Daily Workouts on Self-Worth -- The "State of Confidence" Has All the Electoral Votes -- Becoming Consistent Amid Inconsistency -- Achieving Self-Validation -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 5 Critical Thinking Is Redundant -- Occam's Razor and the Beauty of Directness -- Finding Causes, Not Blame -- Exploiting Change -- Methodical Innovation -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 6 The Nongovernment Safety Net -- The Colleagues to Acquire and Sustain -- Personal Support Systems for the Ages -- The Community of Your Own Creation -- Why Money Is Not Wealth (and What Is) -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 7 Forgiveness Is Not Easier Than Simply Appropriating Permission -- The Range of Permissions We Allow and Deny Ourselves -- Removing Fear -- Extirpating Guilt -- The New Carpe Diem -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 8 Eliminating Scarcity in Your Soul -- Physical Health -- Emotional Health -- Psychological Health.
Intellectual Health -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 9 Healthy Outrage -- How to Vent -- Ego Restraint -- Tolerance -- Forgiveness -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 10 Defying Age -- Dealing with Inevitable Loss -- The Difference between Pain and Suffering -- Spirituality -- Intimacy -- Notes -- Epilog -- Character Components -- Notes -- About the Author -- Index.
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Cover -- Half-Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Chapter Overview -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 The Myth of Boomers, Greatest Generation, Millennials, and Gen-Anything -- It's Ironic That We Praise Diversity but Create Homogenization -- My Father's Mantra When He Was Shot At: It Won't Be Me -- Maturity Is the Great Gift of Age -- You May Not Be What You Eat, but You Are Who You Hang Out With -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 2 The Future Began Yesterday -- Each Day Is a New Page in Your Story -- A Legacy Is a Journey, Not an Ending -- You Can Make Up Lost Ground -- The Future Is Not a Different Version of Today -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 3 Power Increases with Age -- Maximizing and Utilizing Travel and Experiences -- Improving and Expanding Language -- Knowledge Is for Kids: Creating Wisdom -- The Value of Healthy Selfishness and Comfort -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 4 Biceps, Quads, and Self-Esteem Are All Muscles -- Daily Workouts on Self-Worth -- The "State of Confidence" Has All the Electoral Votes -- Becoming Consistent Amid Inconsistency -- Achieving Self-Validation -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 5 Critical Thinking Is Redundant -- Occam's Razor and the Beauty of Directness -- Finding Causes, Not Blame -- Exploiting Change -- Methodical Innovation -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 6 The Nongovernment Safety Net -- The Colleagues to Acquire and Sustain -- Personal Support Systems for the Ages -- The Community of Your Own Creation -- Why Money Is Not Wealth (and What Is) -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 7 Forgiveness Is Not Easier Than Simply Appropriating Permission -- The Range of Permissions We Allow and Deny Ourselves -- Removing Fear -- Extirpating Guilt -- The New Carpe Diem -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 8 Eliminating Scarcity in Your Soul -- Physical Health -- Emotional Health -- Psychological Health.

Intellectual Health -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 9 Healthy Outrage -- How to Vent -- Ego Restraint -- Tolerance -- Forgiveness -- Notables -- Notes -- Chapter 10 Defying Age -- Dealing with Inevitable Loss -- The Difference between Pain and Suffering -- Spirituality -- Intimacy -- Notes -- Epilog -- Character Components -- Notes -- About the Author -- Index.

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Alan Weiss, Ph.D., is president of Summit Consulting Group, former vice president of the international training firm Kepner-Tregoe, and a star on the speakers circuit. He is the author of more than 400 articles and ten books, which include Best Laid Plans, Money Talks, Our Emperors Have No Clothes, and Million-Dollar Consulting. Dr. Weiss resides in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. <p> 050

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