The 100 Year Lifestyle

Dr. Plasker's Breakthrough Solution for Living Your Best Life - Every Day of Your Life!
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (4.92 hours)
Product Number: Z10009230
Released: Sep 01, 2008
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781593163792
Narrator/s: Eric Plasker
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Description

You're probably thinking: There's no way I'm going to live to 100. I'm not sure I want to live that long, even if I could. But odds are, you will. And, while your parents and grandparents may have been blindsided by their longevity--and suffered for it--that doesn't have to happen to you. Aging can be a good thing--the opportunity to realize all of your dreams and establish a remarkable legacy--if you prepare for it. Based on Dr. Plasker's bestselling wellness system, The 100-Year Lifestyle(tm) reveals the secret to making the most of your extended lifespan. It gives you all you need to enjoy the highest quality of life as you age in years--without aging in body and mind. Your centennial is in reach with Dr. Plasker's ideas and methods for diet, nutrition, exercise, mental agility, creativity, finances, friends and family, work, community, and achieving a sense of purpose.

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Author(s): Eric Plasker
Genre: Self Help

Professional reviews

"Even Dr. Plasker's unappealing voice and shopping-network urgency will not keep listeners from enjoying every minute of this important audio on whole-life management. He's an exciting thinker who explains in broad, accessible terms how listeners can understand themselves better and manage time more creatively. He describes five energy patterns that will sound very familiar, and he offers some wonderful ideas on how to live more thoughtfully and consistently. Fueled by the energy in his own speaking style, his stories and examples are invigorating, yet he never crosses the line into self-promotion. His formulations and suggestions are as inspiring as they are startling in their simplicity. This is a truly memorable set of ideas whose practicality and reach will never stop impressing. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"

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