In his book, Halftime, Bob Buford challenges men to change the game plan for their lives from success to significance. He writes that men pursue success the first half of their lives, but this quest always ends in a need for something more. In a time of evaluation, each man must ask himself the hard questions of life. If a man has answered these questions correctly, he will not get caught up in the "success-syndrome" of our day, but will desire to be and do something significant in the last half of his life.
-- Ronnie W. Floyd in The
Meaning of a Man