Life Reimagined

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Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda? It’s time for WILL, CAN, DID!
Dori Summit Crop
Dori Gillam of Seattle is proof positive that conquering mountains - all kinds of mountains - is good for you. She climbed Mt. Rainier at age 46 and she and her friends set their sights on climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Rick Steves
Apologies, but our Life Reimagined event with Rick Steves (Dec. 10) is full and registration is closed. 
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Join Life Reimagined for a discussion on “How to Create Intentional Culture – How to define your mission, vision and values.” Hear from industry expert, Mary Marshall, CEO coach and instructor of the Small Business Administration Emerging Leaders program. Plus, you’ll have an opportunity to meet and network with other area professionals.
Mike and Patti
Mike Sherlock spent 30 years in the commercial fishing industry, first running boats in the Bering Sea and later as a shipyard owner. But at the age of 54, he decided he wanted a different kind of life.
What’s next for you? It’s just a small, four-word question, but asking it may lead you to some big realizations. With Life Reimagined, you can explore real possibilities for your future.
We all think about "What's Next?" but often wonder where to start and how to make it real. That's why AARP Seattle presented our 2014 Life Reimagined speaker series - to help you navigate the next phase of your life.
Bill Thomas
Inspired by Dr. Bill Thomas’ new book, "Second Wind: Navigating the Passage to a Slower, Deeper, and more Connected Life," the Second Wind Tour is traveling the country providing opportunities for communities to spend the day exploring what it means to catch a “second wind” in one’s life and work. Dr. Thomas is a world-renowned expert on elder care and new ways of thinking of geriatric issues.
Janice Moran Photo
“Sometimes life doesn’t turn out the way you planned,” according to AARP volunteer Janice Moran. Janice was downsized out of job and was thinking about what to do next. She took matters into her own hands and enrolled in Visual Communications classes at a local community college. Quickly she was able put her new skills to use by designing flyers and brochures for AARP.
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