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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Too Old to Hire, Too Young to Retire: A Comprehensive Guide for Body, Mind, and Soul by Brian Hennessey is a thought-provoking book that will give readers a lot of ideas, inspiration, strategies, resources, and tips to move in the right direction. The 47 proven tips, strategies, and resources to get unstuck are good tools for readers to deal with their fears and have the courage to go after their heart's desire. The world is changing at a rapid pace and it is important for readers to embrace the changes and see how they can make these work for them. Reading this book is a good way for readers to look at the possibilities and opportunities available for them to create a better lifestyle, and encourage them to step outside their comfort zone and take some risks to make changes to their world.
At the end of each chapter the list of 'Action Items' will help readers start quickly on the techniques and suggestions that will resonate with them. The topic has been dealt with methodically, making it easy for readers to comprehend the author's concepts and apply them in their daily lives to make positive transformations. Brian Hennessey addresses the spiritual aspects of life as he feels it is one of the key aspects and helps readers understand the importance of being cheerful, optimistic, and finding solutions to problems.
The tips in Too Old to Hire, Too Young to Retire will help readers develop positive attitudes and start practicing an attitude of gratitude which will make life richer, happier, and easier. I liked the suggestions of writing the list of things that we are grateful for, exercising, doing yoga, and practicing affirmations which are all simple and easy things to do daily. This book can be read and re-read, especially during challenging and difficult times, to help readers look at life in a positive way and deal with their struggles without letting these affect them, and stay focused on their core values.