NOTICE ABOUT IMPORTANT EVENT
Purpose, Passion and Perseverance–Working Through Change At 50+
This is a final reminder about an important event on June 23 at the West View Recreation Center in Westminster titled Purpose, Passion and Perseverance–Working Through Change at 50+. Our attendance target is 75 people 50+ plus younger ones to focus on the fundamental issues relating to “Working Through Change at 50+” in an increasingly complex world. We have a first-class group of speakers, ranging in age from 54 to 89 and leaders in the field of aging; our goal is to provide participants with the broadest array of options that will enable them to continue adding value at 50+.
There are 111M people in the U.S. who are 50+, one-third of the total population. They own or control more than 70% of the country’s total accumulated private wealth and account for more than 60% of the total annual consumer spending. They also have 20-30 years or more of Experience, Expertise, Seasoned judgment and Proven performance (termed and trademarked as DoubleESP™). It is essential that we tap this talent pool to a substantially greater degree. Rather then being over the hill and out of the game, they are on top of the hill with the opportunity to view the various vistas and select a path that will engage their three Ps.
Working through change at 50+ is focused on providing participants with actionable new and wide-ranging ideas they can use to continue in activities that add value. This event, which will include a panel session of experts on aging to provide stimulating new ideas and answer questions, will help participants to work through change at 50+. Register now at www.ctrpl.org because we will close registrations when we reach 75 participants. There will be a charge of $30 to help cover costs.
|5:30pm||Registration and coffee at West View Recreation Center, 10747 West 108th Ave., Westminster, CO|
|6:00pm||Welcome and opening remarks–Bill Zinke, Chair, Founder and President, Center for Productive Longevity|
|6:15pm||Presentation on the value of DoubleESP™ (see Note at bottom)–John Stewart, aerial supervisor of reconnaissance for wildfires in western U.S. and trainer on advanced experimental jets; Col., U.S. Air Force (Ret.) and pilot for Southwest Airlines (Ret.)|
|6:30pm||Panel session on broad-ranging options for people 50+ to remain actively engaged and socially connected–Sue Kunz, Founder & CEO, ThriveOn Group, serial entrepreneur and former corporate executive, Sun Microsystems; Jack Williamson, Col., U.S. Air Force as Chaplain and Executive Director, National Conference on Ministry to the Armed Forces (Ret.); Della van Heyst, Founder and Chairman, The Van Heyst Group; and Bill Zinke, Panel Chair|
|7:30pm||Break with buffet supper|
|7:45pm||Roundtable session with active involvement of participants on any topics they would like to discuss|
|8:35pm||Concluding remarks by Bill Zinke|
|8:45pm||Refreshments and socializing|
Note: DoubleESP™ is an acronym we have created and trademarked for Experience, Expertise, Seasoned judgment, and Proven performance.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO WEST VIEW RECREATION CENTER IN WESTMINSTER FOR JUNE 23 EVENT
Take Route 36 to Wadsworth Boulevard exit and go south to 108th Street. The West View Recreation Center is .5 miles to the right on a hill. Go to the far end of the parking area, and there will be a sign to a door that leads directly into the meeting room (instead of walking to the main entrance). There will be plenty of parking spaces, and the registration table with your name tag will be on a table to the left as you walk into the room.