Barbara L. Pagano – The 60 Something Crisis

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BARBARA L. PAGANO: THE 60 SOMETHING CRISIS

 

ON BIG BLEND RADIO: Barbara L. Pagano discusses her new book, “The 60-Something Crisis: How to Live an Extraordinary Life in Retirement.”  Watch here in the YouTube player or download the podcast on Spreaker, PodBean, SoundCloud.

When the honeymoon of retirement is over, many individuals accept much less than life has to offer and confuse complacency with true happiness. Diminished self-confidence wears down motivation and the potential for all that life could be is lost much less than life has to offer, are happy with complacency and self-confidence has eroded to the point that new perspectives are scary. The voice of a new way of living in the last third of life, Barbara Pagano developed a guide for others to create a post-midlife lifestyle of work and freedom. She uses her research and years of experience in leadership development to expose how we can reshape our life after 60. Introducing: “The 60 Something Crisis: How to Live an Extraordinary Life in Retirement” (Rowman & Littlefield, 7/19/22).

Circumvent the tired and conventional approaches of finding purpose, passion, or happiness to discover a path of fulfillment after 60 by pursuing desires, mastering risk-taking, and expanding horizons with confidence.

The crisis of unfulfilled lives unfolds gradually, often with acquiesced boredom and a flimsy search for purpose. Our relevancy comes into question, or we succumb to the idea that the future will be one of slow-moving ambition and then an even slower glide into comfort as the flush of freedom fades. We can change this outcome.

“The 60-Something Crisis” is the first book to circumvent the tired and conventional approaches of finding purpose, passion, or happiness. It presents a clear, practical framework through four portals—geography of place, yield, kinship, and freedom—to navigate and support future well-being and happiness. Readers will learn how to pursue desires, not roadmaps, to increase self-confidence and master risk-taking, and will discover the power and potential of investing in themselves at this time of life.

Working until 85 – not 65 – is the “new retirement” for Pagano and millions of others.  Volunteering, traveling just to travel, and not earning money – it doesn’t work for her, and it doesn’t work for millions of others. Her previous career paths have all been about teaching and facilitating change in others. Her first company, Executive Pathways, focused on excellence in leadership and performance. Having coached over 3500 executives to higher levels of success, the speaking platform wooed her to share that information with large audiences – immensely enjoyable and sometimes daunting! You better have something smart to say to a group of successful CEOs and entrepreneurs or they will beat you with invisible sticks for wasting their time!

More: www.yourextraordinarylifeafterretirement.com

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