In 1960, at the age of twenty-seven, the author, Sidney B. Silverman, started his own law practice. He began by tackling corporate giants and never stopped until he retired in 2001. He was an aggressive, street-smart trial lawyer.
Upon his retirement, Silverman enrolled in graduate school at Columbia University. Concentrating in philosophy, he received a master's degree in 2007. He was as competitive in the classroom as he was in the courtroom.
After graduating he looked for another challenge. He had played chess for many years. Now he wanted to play in tournaments and become a chess master. Although he tried hard to become an expert chess player, he failed.
A Happy Life chronicles Silverman's adventures, before, during and after his long and successful career.
What pieces of wisdom can he share that will help readers to find their best, most successful retirement years? Read on.