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by Dorothy Cantor

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For people who are changing directions and careers in midlife, this book can help to focus. Cantors work proves that there is more to life than material security. She knows what it takes for us to keep growing and presents a dynamic plan for exploring our past and present in order to discover how best to design the years ahead. Cantor supplies practical tools for taking an inventory of our major decisions, role models, wishes, disappointments, and talents. Next she shows how to pull all of the information together and make a plan for a stimulating and rewarding future. Dorothy Cantor has appeared as an expert on such television shows as Good Morning America, Prime Time Live, and The Today Show. Most self-help books for middle or retirement age audiences focus on the importance of eating right and financial planning. This is the first book that helps us to discover what we really want to do. Like bestselling author Martin SeligmanLearned Optimism (Pocket, 1991, 57,000)Dorothy Cantor is a past president of the American Psychological Association.

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