Edgar M. Bronfman's The Third Act: Reinventing Yourself After Retirement is a funny, fast-paced book about how to face retirement with eagerness, confidence and pleasure. Bronfman, who retired as CEO of Seagram's at age 65, fills the book with inspiring stories from the country's most distinguished retired leaders, including Walter Cronkite, Jimmy Carter and Katharine Graham. From suggestions on volunteering to finding new challenges, the book offers practical and interesting ways to make retirement the most rewarding time of one's life.

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