Deep, Rewarding Relationships In Your Second Half

Do you have countless acquaintances, some buddies, but few if any deep, lasting relationships? You’re not alone.

Many successful people reach midlife and discover that intimacy has been squeezed out of their marriage, family, and friendships.

Deep, intimate relationships not only bring more meaning and joy into your second half of life but also pave the road to lasting impact in this world. So how do we pursue them?

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The Finally Connected e-book provides practical advice to help hard-charging leaders build deeper, more intimate relationships as they reinvent themselves for their second half. Intimacy with their spouse, their kids and grandkids, friends and, most importantly, for those who are coming from a faith perspective, with God. Intimacy is a skill we are seldom taught or compensated for in our first half careers, however, it’s essential to a rich and meaningful second half. Out of intimacy comes trust, understanding, and romance.

Invest 60-90 minutes reading Finally Connected and you will better understand what real intimacy looks like and how to craft a roadmap to take the most important next steps.

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Lloyd Reeb is a successful real estate developer and retirement housing owner who made a midlife transition, looking for greater meaning, joy and impact in his second half. Now, he is helping leaders plan their second half. He helped launch the Halftime Institute, a global team that teach, coach and connect successful men and women in pursuit of significance, and has taken this message around the world.

He is the author of From Success to Sig­nificance: When the Pursuit of Success Isn’t Enough, a roadmap for mid-life transition; The Second Half: Real Stories, Real Adventures, Real Significance, a coffee table book packed with stories of people mak­ing a difference in their second half; and along with his wife, Linda, Lloyd wrote Halftime for Couples.