How to Plan a Great Second Life:
Why not live fully every day of your extra 30 years?

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This is the second edition!

Gordon Burgett’s How to Plan a Great Second Life: Why not live fully every day of your extra 30 years? helps readers of any age create their own second-life strategy, then provides the tools to make that strategy come true.

In 256 fun-packed pages, the author helps the reader create their own future life map. His straightforward guide for singles or couples helps them (1) review where they are now: skills, money, and health; (2) create a “Dream List,” (3) prioritize and time-peg those dreams, (4) put them into doable action steps, (5) factor in the resources they have to fund them, and (6) put their resulting Action Plan into motion!

The book is primarily designed to be used by those in the 40-60 age bracket, but it'">website and newsletter keep the guide current and the information forever growing.

Order Form
You can either have the book downloadable on your computer (as an email attachment) in a few minutes or in printed form in a few days. The Order Form gives all the details.
Table of Contents
What the book is about and how its 256 pages are organized, including all 17 forms, charts, and graphs.
Chapter Openings
Each chapter begins with an opening segment that tells what will follow and what that section is about. These will also give you a sense of the book's tone.
Self-explanatory, we hope!
Chapter One
The table setter.
Dream List
Many of you helped create this Dream List of things you  wanted to do in your second lives. So here we list your suggestions first (and invite you to send more), then the 200 Gordon suggests in the book's Appendix.
The book suggests many general, medical, and financial organizations you may wish to contact for additional information in your future life planning. Here are Web links to almost all of them.
Other Books
Gordon hasn't written the only good book about looking at and planning your coming years, although his is the best for step-by-step organization. Here are other, related books that we think you may enjoy reading.
What do others think of the book? (Let us know your thoughts too.)
Others' Articles
What do other writers, interviewers, and journalists think of the book? Here are the comments we know about.
Large Print edition
The entire book in 16-point type for those who need reading assistance. Slightly updated in 2005.
Special Library edition
The same book without graphs or charts, rather website download links. Slightly updated in 2005.
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other formats..
Want to read a 24-page summary of the book in booklet form? Or hear that booklet read on an audio CD by the author? 

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