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5 Books For Men In Their 50’s | Books Every Man In Their 50’s Should Read

Your 50’s are an exciting time. Long gone are the days when being in your 50’s meant your decline, you’re only halfway through your life! Here are the 5 books you should be reading.

#1 No Cameras Allowed by Julian David Stone

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No Cameras Allowed tells the story, in words and photos, of how Julian David Stone, entirely by sneaking his equipment into concerts, amassed an incredible archive of over ten thousand rock and roll photos in the 80's. 

Starting by simply stashing a camera in his socks, then taping equipment all over his body, to finally customizing a jacket to hide equipment from security guards, he shot dozens of the greatest acts: Prince, U2, the Police, David Bowie, R.E.M., the Ramones, Elvis Costello, the Talking Heads, the Grateful Dead, Joan Jett, and many, many more ­ all from the unique vantage point of the audience, capturing exactly what the fans were seeing and the way the band meant the show to be seen. 

Culled from this incredible, never­before­seen archive, No Cameras Allowed contains over 250 of his best photos, along with some of the craziest adventures he had as he evaded oversized roadies, aggressive security, and more than a few drunken fans. 

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Contributor: Julian David from Julian David Stone

#2 The I in Life by Sara Delpasand

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Finding your purpose in life will stimulate behavioral consistency; serving as the motivating force to overcome obstacles, seek alternative means, and maintain focus on the goal in spite of changes to the environment that may interfere with the pursuit. 

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Contributor: Nicholas Berson from Lobeline Communications

#3 Life As I Have Known It Has Been Finger Lickin’ Good

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The story of Colonel Sanders is an amazing one. From a sixth grade drop out and going through multiple business ventures over the years to having start all over thus creating KFC at the age of 65. 

Col. Harland Sanders story is an inspiring story full of setbacks and a few triumphs but in the end, shows you that it’s usually not too late to start over or change direction. The only time it’s too late is if you’re on your death bed. 

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Contributor: Gennady Litvin from Moshes Law

#4 Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl

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The story of a skilled brain surgeon being sent to a concentration camp in Nazi Germany. Everything he owned was ripped away from him, but he managed to survive to tell his story of mind over matter. It will put your own suffering into perspective and inspire you. 

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

#5 The Picture of Dorian Grey by Oscar Wilde

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This is for anyone who fears the aging process. It’s a quick read that’s full of wit. Let’s just say it will make you appreciate those gray hairs. 

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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Written by Taegan Lion