When many people retire, they discover to their dismay that they're longer in Who's Who, but in Who's He? The psychological change is much greater than they'd expected, but it doesn't have to be that way. In fact, the Third Act can be the best part of anybody's life. With humor, wisdom, practical advice, and inspiring stories from some of America's most distinguished leaders, Edgar M. Bronfman, former CEO of Seagram's, explores the most important lessons he's discovered about planning what you will retire to; about the many different ways to learn, grow, and take on new challenges; about giving back through volunteerism, constructing a new career as fulfilling as the first, or simply following your heart. It's t just the length of our lives that should concern us, he says. It's the quality of our lives. The Third Act is an invaluable guide to improving both.