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I read the book "Halftime" a few months ago.
This book deals with the 'midlife crisis' that many people experience. A midlife isn't exclusively for people in their 40's. A person is at midlife when they struggle with the question of success vs. significance. Many people who are successful at a younger age (socially speaking) may find themselves questioning success as a viable gratification.

I encourage you to read Halftime even if you don't feel you've "achieved". You have the ability to learn lessons along the way that men into their 40's are just now understanding. Make your life matter and learn how to focus on significance.

posted by Tally Wilgis @ Wednesday, April 06, 2005


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