Senoia author guides readers to make most of life beyond retirement in self-help book
SENOIA, Ga. — This week marks the nationwide release of the hardback edition of author John Sipple’s self-help book, “Fourth Quarter.”
Don’t retire, but retool and release your experience and wisdom to the emerging generations!
This is the important lesson that Sipple imparts in his motivating new book. In “Fourth Quarter,” the author believes that people have been conditioned to think of age 65 as the time to retire, to sit back and to relax. They think that these people are at the peak of their game in terms of experience, wisdom and capability to coach others, and that there are new generations emerging that would benefit enormously if it were made available.
However, “Fourth Quarter” motivates you to let retirement become another word for transition — to retool your experience, wisdom and capabilities for a season of coaching and investment in those coming behind you.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Sipple brings decades of leadership experience to his book. The senior manager and passionate coach of leaders never forgot his roots, but carefully applied them throughout his fast rise in the corporate world. As a consultant to many organizations throughout the USA, Europe and Africa, Sipple prides his leadership and real-life advice, which are sought after at every level. The author is based in Senoia, Georgia.