This E-book is the ultimate collection of retirement quotations and retirement sayings placed in over 40 categories for easy reference. It makes great reading for just about everyone — particularly for the retired and soon-to-be retired.
Of course, quotations can be a great source of knowledge and wisdom. They stimulate creative thought, remind you of cherished experiences, and give you insights you otherwise wouldn't acquire. From a collection amassed over many years, The 237 Best Things Ever Said about Retirement is a wonderful assortment of some of the most unpredictable, ridiculous, outrageous, humorous, motivational, and inspirational quotations about RETIREMENT.
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Hee are some of the work quotes and retirement quotes in the book.
We have a manufactured vision of what retirement is, and that doesn't necessarily correlate with reality. Unless you have a well-thought-out scenario, you're going to be in for a shock at retirement.
- Paul Allen, 64, a self-employed software developer in Dallas
Everyone who does not work has a scheme that does.
- Munder's Law
One of the saddest things is that the only thing that a man can do for eight hours a day, day after day, is work. You can't eat eight hours a day nor drink for eight hours a day nor make love for eight hours — all you can do for eight hours is work. Which is the reason why man makes himself and everybody else so miserable and unhappy.
— William Faulkner
Statistics indicate that, as a result of overwork, modern executives
are dropping like flies on the nation's golf courses.
— Ira Wallach
More men are killed by overwork than the importance of the world justifies.
— Rudyard Kipling
Nothing makes a man so selfish as work.
— George Bernard Shaw
A champion of the workingman has never been known to die of overwork.
— Robert Frost
It [my retirement plan] will involve living on a private island, with a genius chef, cigars and fine wines. Beyonce [my wife] will be on the island too. But I don't think she plan to get as fat as me. I'm gonna be fat. That's what I enjoy. That's the payback for all the hard work.
- American rapper Jay-Z
Work is the curse of the drinking class.
— Oscar Wilde
So much work, so few women to do it.
— Unknown wise person
A woman's work, grave sirs, is never done.
— Mrs. Eusden
If a woman's work is never done, she should start earlier.
— Ron Stevens
Let us be grateful to Adam: he cut us out of the blessing of idleness and won for us the curse of labor.
— Mark Twain
The property boom has made us all feel wealthy, but unfortunately it has lulled many of those nearing retirement into a false sense of security.
- Noel Whittaker
Retirement: When you have given so much of yourself to the Company that you don't have anything left that the company can use.
- Author Unknown
The question isn't at what age I want to retire, it's at what income.
- George Foreman
Sex is Number 1 of my Top-10 joys in retirement. Number 2 is reading How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free. I forgot the other eight.
- from Graffiti for the Enlightened Soul
If I'd known that retirement was going to be this good I'd have done it the day after I left school !!!
- Mickey White (who lives in the United Kingdom and wrote to Ernie Zelinski about his retirement book.)
I used to have dreams that I died at my desk.
Now that I've retired, I don't have those dreams anymore.