The Book That Gets Better with Age: Observations Through the Looking Glass of Aging

Our Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Normally, when we think of those who are aging, we think of endless complaining, as is the focus of many a comedic sitcom. We think of senior citizen's hollering at the squirrels in the yard, fussing about the inconsideration's of other driver's and being upset that there isn't a toilet installed in front of a television set. We want to empathize, but, we too are upset about having to listen to this.

However, there aren't any complaints within the covers of, "The Book..." It's all positive! As we hit 50 this year, we've done nothing but espouse the plus side of getting older. We are much more focused. We are okay with slowing down, for everything. There's no need to mow anyone over at the Walmarts or to want to punch the back of someone's head who also has, "...all year to get there."

We do not care anymore. We retired early and have plenty of time. We've even adopted the
habit of adding an "S" to the names of local retail outlets, as though they were plural.

There are some definite pluses. If you aren't sure, have a look. Seriously.

About the Author:

The Book That Gets Better with Age: Observations Through the Looking Glass of AgingTim is former Vice-Chairman of Omnicom A1:AS20 a leading global advertising and marketing services company. Throughout Tim s 42-year career in advertising his writing and artistic skills enabled him to excel in building relationships with different cultures. He lived in Tokyo, Singapore, Brussels and New York obtaining firsthand experience with consumers for leading advertisers like Procter & Gamble, Nissan and Infiniti automobiles, Kraft, PepsiCo, UBS, Mars and Johnson & Johnson. He also led successful public service campaigns on behalf of Peace Corps, the National Council for Adoption and the Justice Department s crime prevention campaign. Since retiring from advertising in 2013, Tim has taught at Oxford University s Said School of Business MBA program on Branding and Communication , he is a frequent university guest lecturer and is on the faculty of the US Marketing Communications College, at the US Department of State s Foreign Service Institute. He has had numerous articles published on globalization, consumer behavior and cultural understanding.

Paperback: 72 pages
Publisher: Lid Publishing; New edition (February 14, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 099694334X
ISBN-13: 978-0996943345
Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 0.3 x 7.9 inches
Shipping Weight: 5 ounces
MSRP: $19.99

Vital Links: Amazon LID Publishing

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