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Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers


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Sara Zeff Geber, Ph.D. - Marketing Platform Helen Dennis, author of The Los Angeles Times Bestseller, Project Renewment: The First Retirement Model for Career Women as well as "Successful Aging," a syndicated column for the Los Angeles Newsgroup, has offered to feature my book on her website as a recommendation for single women. Helen was recently named by PBS Next Avenue as one of the "50 Most Influential People in Aging 2016." Helen has a reach of 6.1 million online. Larry Hayes, publisher of Active Over 50, a SF Bay Area publication now in its 12th year, has offered to promote my book when it is published in exchange for a follow-up article for his magazine. Larry's reach is 200,000+ online, in print, and in social media. Rebecca Morgan, CSP, an international speaker and bestselling author, has offered to review my book on her website when it is released, on social media, and to her mailing list. Rebecca is a Solo Ager and will be a terrific champion. Her reach: 5000+ (combined FB, LinkedIn, and mailing list). Dorian Mintzer, author of The Couple's Retirement Puzzle and Creator of the "Revolutionize Retirement" webinar series and "Boomers and Beyond," an interview series with experts in the field of aging, has offered to publicize my book to her lists. I have appeared on her webinar series and her interview series and I have scheduled a repeat performance when the book is launched. Dorian's reach: ~2000. Kari Henley, producer of "Age Without Borders," a 2017 virtual conference, featuring over 50 experts (including me) in health, wellness, positive aging and finance has offered to reach out to their mailing list with a special announcement of my book launch. "Age Without Borders" reach is ~2500; combined mailing lists of all presenters at the conference is ~400,000. Carol Marak, syndicated columnist for Aging Matters (seen in 40 newspapers nationwide) and writer/blogger for NextAvenue, Huffington Post, Examiner, Homecare Magazine, ASAging, and Health Technology Forum has offered to review my book. She is also the founder of the Facebook group "Elder Orphans." She has offered to announce the book launch to the group. Carol's reach: ~6000+ in the FB group; her articles and blogs reach millions worldwide. Donna Schafer, Executive Director of the National Association of Professional Gerontologists (NAPG) and past president of Life Planning Network has offered to announce the book on social media and to her network. Combined reach: ~2000. Harry "Rick" Moody, retired VP at AARP and currently the editor of "Human Values in Aging," an online newsletter with a reach of 10,000. Rick has offered to write a review of the book and a blurb for the back cover. As a member of The Transition Network (TTN), a national organization for women over 50, I will be announcing the release of my book on the TTN website. Luanne Mullin, the past chair of the San Francisco TTN Chapter, has offered to write a book review for the TTN newsletter and I will be on the speaking agenda for local chapters. The TTN mailing list is ~10,000. Robert Laura, a financial planner, author, retirement "activist," and syndicated columnist for Forbes and Financial Advisor Magazine, has offered to write an article for Forbes focusing on Solo Aging and featuring my book. Robert's total reach (email list + Forbes readers: 250,000+. As a current member and past board member of the Life Planning Network (LPN), I will be announcing the release of the book in the LPN newsletter and it will be featured on the LPN website and on the LPN LinkedIn Group. Reach: ~1500. Betsy Werley, executive director of the Encore Network will feature my book on the Encore Network website and announce it in the newsletter. I am a founding member of the Encore Network. ______________ : Speaking Engagements 2018: * March 15 (and ongoing) featured speaker, "Age Without Borders," a virtual conference on aging. Initial Reach: 2500-400,000; available online with unlimited potential for exposure * April 20 - Featured speaker, Sonoma County Forum (local ~150) * April 29 - KEYNOTE - E3 for Women, Pensacola, FL (regional ~250) * May 10 - featured speaker, Rianda House Senior Center, Napa, CA (local - 25) * June 6 - featured speaker, CALA (California Assisted Living Association) annual conference (regional ~1200) * September 21 - KEYNOTE - Retirement Coach's Conference, Ann Arbor, MI (national ~100 anticipated) * September 30 - featured speaker, "Upside of Downsizing," Portland, OR (local ~150 anticipated) * November 4 - featured speaker, "Aging & Society," International Conference, this year in Berkeley, CA (international ~800 anticipated) * February 2, 2018 - featured speaker, RECAMFT (Redwood Empire Chapter of the California Association of Marriage, Family, & Child Therapists) (regional ~300 anticipated) * March 27, 2018 - speaker/host of a panel on Solo Aging, ASA (American Society for Aging) "Aging in America" Conference. (national ~3000 anticipated) Radio Interviews/Webinars/Teleconferences/Podcasts on Solo Aging: on Solo Aging 2017-2018: * March 24 - "Aging Boomers" (produced by Senior Care Authority, a nationwide senior care management company) * March 30 - "Winning with Annalee" (Weekly radio show produced by Mainstay Financial) * December 14 - Live webinar for Senior Residential Specialists, a division of NAR (National Association of Realtors) * January 23, 2018 - "Revitalizing Retirement" live webinar Articles & Guest Blogs on Solo Aging: * "Aging in Community," for the National Co-housing newsletter * "Solo Aging: The Next Frontier," for the CSA Journal * "Fifty Plus, Minus Kids: The Challenges of Solo Aging," for the Transition Network Journal * "Solo Agers Need a Garden of Care," LPN-Q (quarterly journal of the Life Planning Network) Issue on The Harvest of Life * "Are You Ready for the Solo Agers?" McKnight Senior Living (in the queue for publication 2017) * "Solo Agers: The Wake-up Call" (guest blog) * "Silvernesting & The Solo Ager" (guest blog) * "Vulnerability of the Solo Ager," LPN-Q Issue on Isolation & Loneliness (Fall, 2017) There are other organizations that are asking me to speak, and I have told them I want to wait until the book is published so I have something to give/sell or otherwise boost my credibility. Once the book is released, I anticipate no less than five major engagements per month. I understand that this book and my message about Solo Aging will not stop being my full time job once it is released, and for the ensuing 5+ years!

About the Author

A certified retirement coach and workshop leader Sara Zeff Geber is a recognized expert in the field of planning for the next phase of life, with a focus on the 55+ age group. Sara has been among the first professionals in the field to recognize that the baby boom generation would re-invent the whole notion of retirement in a very exciting way. Sara's professional roots are in organizational psychology. She has worked extensively in the area of leadership development, helping professionals understand the importance of their personality and behavioral style to the kind of work they choose to do and becoming more effective within their chosen field. In her current work Dr. Zeff Geber has shifted that knowledge and expertise to helping people understand how their background, style, and personality can lead to a more satisfying post-career lifestyle or 55+ job shift. Sara has a Ph.D. in Counseling and Organizational Behavior, a M.A. in Guidance and Counseling, and a B.A in Psychology. She has worked successfully, both nationally and internationally, with multi-billion dollar corporations, small to medium-size organizations, and independent individuals.. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Sara is an active member in the Financial Planning Association of Silicon Valley, the Life Planning Network, and Women in Consulting. She is on the leadership team for the NorCal Life Planning Network. In her scarce spare time Sara sings soprano in Schola Cantorum, a premier Silicon Valley choir, skis in the winter and grows vegetables in her garden in the summer. She lives with her husband and their elderly canine companion in San Francisco Bay Area, CA. Harry "Rick" Moody is the author of over 100 scholarly articles, as well as numerous books on aging. Dr. Moody previously served as Executive Director of the Brookdale Center on Aging at Hunter College and was Chairman of the Board of Elderhostel (now Road Scholar). His new book, Gerontology: The Basics, will be published by Routledge in 2017. In 2011 he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society on Aging; in 2010, the Robert Kahn Award for Successful Aging, from Masterpiece Living and in 2008 he was named by Utne Reader Magazine as one of "50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World." Dr. Moody lives with his wife in Boulder, Colorado.

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