Originally Posted by socca
I disagree with your summary of his philosophy.
Freedman writes well and provides a valuable insight, but he gives me the impression that he can't stand anyone who's not productively working.
He makes stereotypical comments about "rusting in place" and "you can only play so much golf". He could choose to make positive statements about finding value in retirement, but there's no reason for him to trash the concept.
He should focus on the positive and ditch the trash talk...