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For more than three decades Dr. Morton Shaevitz has been helping individuals and organizations to grow and change through his work as a clinician, author, consultant, and speaker. Much of his early career focused on gender issues at home and in the workplace. He and his wife Marjorie wrote "Making It Together As A Two Career Couple", the first U.S. book published in this area.

As a member of the Internal Medicine division at Scripps Clinic, he developed a number of behavioral health programs and his interest turned toward medical and geriatric psychology. He is currently the chair of the section of Geriatric Psychology for the California Psychological Association.

He has served as a member of the Leadership Advisory Council of the Stein Insti
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Lean and Mean: the No Hassl...

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“Refire—an attitude of embracing the years ahead with enthusiasm rather than apathy.”
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“You might be on the back nine of life, but it's good to finish strong.”
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“There’s nothing wrong with accumulating wealth, receiving recognition for your efforts, and having some power and status--what’s wrong is when you think that’s who you are.”
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