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The Eighty Year Rule: What would you regret not doing in your lifetime? (4 out of 5)

The eighty year ruleImagine being an attorney and earning a six-figure income only to realize that you don’t like your job and want to quit. Such is the true story of Claire Yeung in her book, The Eighty Year Rule: What would you regret not doing in your lifetime?

Not only does Claire tell the story of her parents’ migration from Hong Kong to Canada but explains how she started her Whole Person Certified Coach business.

The story is, in and of itself, striking. However, Claire ‘throws in some extras’ by providing worksheets that help you brainstorm your core values and lists of wise sayings such as “Always keep your brain active and continue learning.”

The Eighty Year Rule is an excellent book for anyone contemplating a career change or any other life decision as it is morale-boosting and effective.

My favorite quote: “It’s never too late to live authentically with purpose and meaning.” -Claire Yeung

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1 Comment on The Eighty Year Rule: What would you regret not doing in your lifetime? (4 out of 5)

  1. I read this book and found that the story and worksheets were a helpful easy exercise to reassess where I was in my career and life goal path. I then purchased four copies – one each for my twenty something daughters, one for my 50ish sister who’s husband recently passed away and a spare for the next person I meet who I think might benefit.

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