What should the generation entering their late 40s, 50s and 60s do with the second half of their lives? Mark Walton provides practical advice, clear direction and real-world inspiration based on his half-dozen years of research into remarkably re-inventive men and women, as well as the latest breakthroughs in brain science, psychology, human performance, creativity and happiness.
What is the lifelong potential of the human mind?
Millions of us in our 40's, 50's, 60's, and beyond face career, financial, and personal challenges beyond anything we anticipated - we're filled with fresh uncertainties. We've seen careers derailed, and investments devastated by economic chaos. Some of us have grown restless or burned out in our businesses or professions. Others have unexpectedly 'flunked retirement,' finding the so-called 'golden years' mind-numbingly boring.
However we've come to it, the challenge is the same: What Now?
Personally driven by this question, Peabody award-winning journalist, and Fortune 100 leadership educator Mark S. Walton set out on his most fascinating assignment yet. Crisscrossing America, he visited with remarkably re-inventive people, and researched the latest breakthroughs in brain science, psychology, human performance, creativity, and happiness.
In this paradigm-shattering special, he shares his exciting findings, weaving in-depth interviews, cutting edge research, and practical lessons into an actionable blueprint for redesigning our lives and work. Entertaining, informative, and empowering, Boundless Potential delivers overwhelming evidence that we were never meant to downgrade our ambitions, but to continually reinvent them.
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Producer: Santa Fe Productions
Production Year: 2012
Number of Discs: 1
Length: 60 minutes
Subtitle Languages: English (SDH)
Audio Format: Stereo
Aspect Ratio: 16x9 Widescreen
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