Purpose, Passion and Perseverance – Working Through Change at 50+

BOULDER, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The addition of 30 years from beginning to end of the 20th century has
been called its greatest gift. Gifts are intended to be appreciated and
put to good use. This event has been organized to focus on how people 50
and older (50+), as well as younger ones, can benefit from this great
gift to the maximum degree.

The goal of this event on positive aging, which will be held at the West
View Recreation Center in Westminster on Thursday, June 23, is to
provide participants with a broad range of options (some not previously
considered) on how they can be actively engaged in this next phase of
their extended longevity. From experts in the field of aging, you will
learn about new paths and initiatives that will offer the opportunities
to engage your Purpose, Passion and Perseverance–the three Ps.

The reality is that a substantial majority of people 50+ have been
involved in productive activities for the past 20-30 years. They have
obtained Experience, Expertise, Seasoned judgment, and Proven
performance–termed DoubleESP™. Rather than 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.

This will be the focus of our event on June 23, starting with coffee and
registration at 5:30 pm, a buffet supper served during the break, and
concluding after refreshments and socializing at 9:30 pm. Millions of
people 50+ are searching for where and how to devote themselves to this
next phase of their lives. This event, which will have a panel session
with three experts, will be structured to be extremely interactive,
focused on dealing with the questions and concerns of participants
regarding their DoubleESP™.

The charge to help cover expenses is $30. Register at www.ctrpl.org
at your earliest opportunity as participants will be limited to 75.

For questions, call Bill Zinke or Cyndi Donato at (303) 499-3939 or
email at


Center for Productive Longevity
Bill Zinke, 303-499-3939