Seniors, Are You Retiring or Recharging?

Making the Most of Your Senior Years

by John Clark



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/5/2016

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 70
ISBN : 9781490779010
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 70
ISBN : 9781490779027

About the Book

This is a motivational book written to senior citizens, whom some organizations define as anyone over 50. The purpose is to inspire seniors to dream and not drift, and to have goals and a vision for their older years. The authors says, “Just because you retire from a career does not mean you have to retire from life.” Life can really begin at 70. Dreams do not have an age limit. There can still be much to look forward to as seniors. One of the main themes throughout the book is for seniors to draw upon all of their decades of wisdom, experiences, and life lessons, and put their lives to the best use for the benefit of those following behind. Seniors are encouraged to plan their next 20-30 years because many today are living until they are 90 or more. That is a long time to drift and do nothing of significance. Seniors can live their lives intentionally with purpose and value. May you be inspired to make your older years the best part of your life.

About the Author

John Clark lives in central Washington State. He has a degree in music from San Diego State University and spent most of his life teaching music and directing choirs in churches, among many other jobs. At around 50 years of age he entered the writing field to fulfill a dream of becoming a published author. His first book, “God’s Healing Hope: Breaking The Strongholds Of Wrong Thinking” was published in 2008, and since then he has had two poems published and has posted several hundred articles on various websites that have been read by people on 5 continents. As a senior in his sixties, in addition to his global writing ministry, John serves on the board of 2 organizations, works part-time at a major retailer, teaches driver’s education at a high school, and sings in a community choir. He also has a website and blog at: