Rewire and Grow Your Legacy
Join JANIS CLARK JOHNSTON at the Oak Park Main Library on Thursday, July 20th at 7:00 PM!
Many people look forward to their retirement years, but others find the changes in their daily life difficult. Retirement signals a “loss” for them. Come join other “seasoned” citizens for a book talk! Dr. Johnston shares insights from a survey of 125 participants (ages 55-96) on retirement beliefs and time management. Discover how to “rewire” day-to-day functioning for optimal results in personality growth.
- Born between 1946 and 1964, the baby boomers bloomed, well most of them.
- Have you found yourself wilting in retirement, and wondering what you might do to flourish in your remaining years?
- Have you lost your way in retirement due to a significant loss?
“Johnston challenges those in the 55+ age group to transform their retirement years through ‘rewiring’ their skillsets and talents. Longevity is the new frontier and this insightful and invigorating book is a guide for active Boomer+ pioneers in their quest for purpose and meaning in retirement.”
—Ken Dychtwald, Ph.D., What Retirees Want: A Holistic View of Life’s Third Age
Janis Clark Johnston earned a doctorate in counseling psychology from Boston University. Her career includes roles of school psychologist, consulting psychologist at a mental health center, employee assistance therapist, and private practice family therapist.
Books will be sold by The Book Table.