Author, Bill Novelli, is in charge of the strongest organization of retired people in the world, the AARP, and he’s taken the time to share his thoughts on the incredible impact and influence that all of us baby boomers can have on today’s economy.
This book provides an important look at the baby boomer generation, who are now hitting 50+ years of age, and the critical mass and the difference they can make throughout society.
The first baby boomers turned 65 in 2011. Healthcare reform is going to be a huge item that baby boomers can really make a difference and help shape the look and feel of how that’s going to work for everyone. Other issues such as retirement and longevity, career changes and working longer, education and our role as caregivers (whether it’s for our elderly parents, or our younger children) are all going to be real life issues for baby boomers to have to deal with.
Boomers now are of such critical mass, that they can impact and direct policy changes that will be for the betterment of this country. Changes can come about in the form of and in regards to education, business, retirement programs, transportation, housing/residential and so many other essentials throughout our communities.
Being a baby boomer myself, I look excitedly towards the future of all the wonderful opportunities that are going to be made available to me. It’s up to me of course to position myself for those opportunities to come to fruition.