When: September 5 - 7
Location: Santa Fe
Do Not Go Quietly: Real Solutions and Empowering Strategies For People Who Weren’t Born Yesterday
Sage wisdom from George & Sedena Cappannelli, inspiring truth-tellers and passionate, articulate spokespeople for a vast generation whose issues are being ignored and whose talents, experience & wisdom are not being honored –
Collected Works Bookstore – 6:30 p.m. Thursday – April 25
For GenXers (40 to 45), Boomers (46 to 64) and Elders (65+) who want to live more consciously and age wisely and for those under 40 who want to better prepare for the road ahead
Straight talk, valuable life strategies, practical tools and inspiring messages for the 150 million Americans who will soon be 50 years and older -- and for younger people who want to know more about the road ahead and be better prepared for the world they will be soon inherit.
These are just some of the things George and Sedena Cappannelli deliver in their eminently accessible new book Do Not Go Quietly, A Guide To Living Consciously and Aging Wisely For People Who Weren’t Born Yesterday.
George and Sedena--co-founders of AgeNation, experts on societal, organizational and individual change; internationally known consultants, coaches and authors--will offer wisdom from their book at a book signing and presentation at Collective Works Bookstore and Coffeehouse in Santa Fe at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 25
Do Not Go Quietly reflects the Cappannelli’s inspiring theme: “We are never too old or too young to live the lives we were born to live.” The inspiring duo hold that the gift of the new third act of life should not be taken lightly or lying down. In the presentation, the Cappanelli’s will touch on practical and relevant recommendations on choices we can make to lead more satisfying and successful lives. And how we can reclaim our rightful place as adults and elders in a world that values youth more than experience.
Advocates for the generation that wasn’t born yesterday, the Cappannelli’s will inspire and empower you to reinvigorate the years after 50 and discuss ways to leave behind a legacy of greater hope and consciousness for those who come after.