Ready to pursue the rest of your life?
Professionally, you're experiencing the success that years of hard work brings but the long hours are taking their toll and you're burning out fast. You see it in your health and even in your family life. Your ambitions no longer include the rat race. You're thinking that retirement can't come soon enough.
Fortunately, theres an alternative to the grind: Early semi-retirement. Work fewer hours, realize your goals and dreams, spend time with your loved ones and do it all years, even decades, before the "normal" retirement age of 65.
With Work Less, Live More and a little planning, you can do it.
After several years as a corporate overachiever, Bob Clyatt realized there was more to life than "just this." Using the techniques in this book, Clyatt entered early semi-retirement at 42 and has never looked back.
Work Less, Live More provides a rational investment system based on Nobel Prize-winning research, a safe lifelong withdrawal plan and sensible spending guidelines. More importantly, the book provides inspiring stories and insights of many successful early semi-retirees, walking proof that meaningful work rather than full-time work is both fulfilling and rewarding.
Are you ready to pursue the rest of your life? Turn to Work Less, Live More and get going.
Work Less, Live More is for you if you're:
Young and on a mission In your 20s or 30s, working hard and planning ahead
Burning out in the rat race In your 40s or 50s and needing out sooner rather than later
Retired and needing more Already took the plunge and wanting to get the most out of it --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Good read. Gleaned a few ideas for my semi-retirement plan and so far all is going exceedingly well.Published 21 days ago by Ellen D. Curran
I highly recommend this book. It is so enlightening!! I feel like i have my own personal shrink and he is reading my mind. Read morePublished 5 months ago by joseph reek
As I fast approach retirement age, learning what should be expected when I no longer have to get up 5-6 days a week and head off to work is something worth knowing. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Eickstadt
This book helped me completely retire at the age 54, three years ago. By starting early, following these simple guidelines and having discipline the investor can create passive... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Stan57
I read this book and was very inspired by it. Now I'm 53 and retired and I own my house outright. I have a wife who doesn't have to work, and I have a 11 year old son. Read morePublished 8 months ago by pDogg
Not the best financial advice, maybe. That is the main reason I bought the book. I didn't get anything else out of it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mark Gehring
While nothing earth shattering or new, this is a good compilation of the "new" retirement. If you haven't contemplated it before this book would be a good beginning. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Bill Herrmann
Very interesting read. I highly recommend that you read it before you burn out at work. It made me appreciate my life and what I have to offer outside of a paycheck.Published on March 15, 2012 by dina sore
I have read a dozen plus finance books and this offers nothing new and most of it is too general to be all that usefull. Read morePublished on December 4, 2011 by Jason Smith