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Following the success of The Career Chase, Helen Harkness sounds a clarion call for a new model of aging, working, and retiring. With dozens of inspirational stories of individuals who have created their most satisfying careers during their golden years,Harkness shows how to reset your career clock for the 21st century.
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This book sends another simple message: It's never too late to succeed! It's a clarion call for moving forward in creative work--no matter what your age. Your creative energy that can still make a contribution doesn't magically turn off when your clock strikes 65.
"This is a book for the new millennium. The most valuable assets are ideas and time; and Harkness shows how everyone can contribute both. Harkness's work proves the adage, 'If you can dream it, you can do it.'"--Diane M. DeSimone, Ph.D., Vice President, NORTEL Satellite Network Solutions.
"As an 87-year-old entrepreneur 'still at it,' I can certainly endorse Harkness's new book. It will inspire so many."--Ebby Halliday, Chairman of the Board, Ebby Halliday Realtors.
"Harkness is a true visionary, backed up with her extensive experience with people in transition. This is a must-read for anyone who would choose to put more gold in his or her golden years."--Ron Watson, Real Estate Entrepreneur/Investor
"We may not be getting any younger, but with Don't Stop the Career Clock we are sure to get smarter (and think younger) with regard to our career and possible changes."--David P. Helfand, Ph.D., Professor, Northeastern Illinois Univesity; author of Career Change.About the Author:
Helen Harkness, Ph.D., is a pioneer in the development of career management programs and is founder and executive director of Career Design Associates, Inc., in Dallas. She has provided career change counseling services to over 6,000 individual clients and numerous organizations during her long and productive career as a futurist, educator, researcher, and entrepreneur. She is author of The Career Chase: Taking Creative Control in a Chaotic Age.
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Book Description Davies-Black Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110891061274
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Book Description Davies-Black Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0891061274