Mark Victor Hansen is best known as that Chicken Soup for the Soul® guy. The Chicken Soup idea is just one of many that have propelled him into a worldwide spotlight as one of the most dynamic and compelling personalities of our time. A premier motivational and inspirational speaker, Mark's other best-selling books include The Power of Focus and The One Minute Millionaire.--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
You will find something good on every single page.
Anyone who desires to live the last decades of their lives with fiscal responsibility, ongoing goals and a sense of real purpose should read this book.
It should be required reading for anyone who wants to have an energetic, exciting and productive life after retirement age!
Common sense information written in an easy to apply way. The authors embrace the readers as old friends.Published 7 months ago by kim dipaolo
I love the books themselves as i had read it &then gave them as gifts. Wish the shipment could have been a little faster.Published 15 months ago by Patricia thompson
I have purchased so many books and every one has been well written, great information and worth owning. This book is no exception. Thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend.Published on December 21, 2012 by Jeanine M. Weintz
This is a timeless book for those at any age. Truly a must read from two outstanding men. ~ Jim ThomasPublished on December 26, 2010 by JPT
When Art Linkletter was 94 when he wrote this book. He identifies many seniors in their 80s and 90s who are still working, actively volunteering, fully healthy, and have clear... Read morePublished on October 1, 2010 by slz
This book should be republished as the final lecture from a very successful man.
I like nearly everything in the book, especially Art's advice to never retire. Read more
This is a great book. Covers many areas from physiology of your body to diet to mental attitude for next years to come. Highly recommended for folks over 60 years of age.Published on July 9, 2010 by Robert Allen
I was expecting some of Art Linkletter's humor, but found it to be more a textbook on aging.Published on February 14, 2010 by Lindsay Mitchell