Now in his seventies, he believes that he, like most people, has more to give and more to learn. His CEO Think Tanks have been running for twenty five years, and he still thrives in the shared learning they provoke. Within each industry they are made up of members from all parts of the supply chain with the aim of rattling mental cages, and keeping thinking open and agile.
He also recognises that challenges and setbacks are part of life and need to be addressed with courage, humour and a mindset based on resilience, gratitude, fairness and a desire to give back.
His previous books include Wearing the Coat of Change (Orion, 1998), How to Make a Difference (Marshall Cavendish Business, 2012), You Can Be as Young as You Think (Pearson Prentice Hall Life, 2009) and Generation Cherry (Red Door, 2017). He has also given a Do Lecture.
He is married with two grown up daughters, and lives in London.
I think it is great –well done! I hope you’ve had very good feedback and that it will help many more people enjoy a better later life.
I think it’s brilliant. Packed full of insight, a rallying call to make the most of your life at any age.
An important addition to the whole argument against age stereotyping.
Thanks to the insights in this very readable book I’ve been re-calibrated, and am now even younger than I thought.
A practical guide to define your values and motivations which will empower you to make a real difference. And highly relevant to your business. My copy of this great book has notes in every margin and is also an important reference book for Sweay Betty’s life coach – he swears by it, and uses in all his sessions with our senior team.