Redundant? Retired? Think Again!! Generation Cherry Book Review
If you have been made redundant here is a helpful book for you!!
Generation Cherry Book Review
Generation Cherry is a cracking book for the 50+ generation. Being an avid reader and Author of self-help, how-to and Personal And professional development books, I can see how much time, effort, knowledge and skill, the writer has put into creating this book.
Essentially, this book is a well-written and crafted system for how to cope with your life after retirement, redundancy, or a change in circumstance, using the 4 autonomies to get your life in balance, keep it that way, and get a second bite of the cherry of life!
What is good about this book is it also covers how to deal with life when you have less money, in a productive and positive way, using Enlightened Thrift. So you have that feel good factor in your life, whatever the circumstances.
The use of quotes and references throughout the book adds to its helpfulness and I particularly enjoyed reading the play on Stephen Covey’s words “Seven Insidious Excuses Forcibly Rejected By Highly Effective people”.
If you are into NLP, A Coach, Entrepreneur, or New Lifer, this book is for you!
I would have given this book 5 Stars because I admire the Author’s work and have respect for him because of it. However, I am not the intended target audience, I am under 40 and did not like the remarks made about young people throughout the first half of the book. I felt they are stereotyped and as not knowing what they want and that they aren’t as successful in business as older people are. The Author managed to redeem himself in the latter half of the book, where he reveals having a young mindset is key to living a long and happy life, and that in his 70s, he adopts a young mindset and is still learning and looking forward to new adventures, while being a second biter of Generation Cherry!
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Posted on September 26, 2016, in Redundancy and tagged Beat redundancy blues, blogger, books, Generation Cherry Book Review, Help for redundant workers, Made redundant, Non-fiction book review, redundancy, redundant, Rethink, Retired, Tim Drake. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.