December 20, 2013 Authors George and Sedna Cappannelli “Do not go quietly”

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Authors George and Sedena Cappannelli “Do Not Go Quietly”

gscdngqGeorge and Sedena Cappannelli are the co-authors of Do Not Go Quietly, A Guide To Living The Life You Were Born To Live For People Who Weren’t Born Yesterday. (Hay House, April 2013) and leading advocates encouraging those of us who weren’t born yesterday to recognize that aging is an opportunity to explore new frontiers and celebrate this precious gift that is life. They are committed to creating an age friendly society, revitalizing and reinvigorating life for the 150 million Americans who will soon be 50 or older and assisting them to reignite their passion, fulfill their dreams and leave behind a legacy of greater promise and hope. George and Sedena also speak to younger generations who need to know more about the road ahead and the world they will soon inherit. And they are truth-tellers, social revolutionaries and passionate spokespeople for the generations whose issues are being ignored and whose talents, wisdom and experience is being undervalued.

As spokespersons for these generations, the Cappanelli’s have also co-founded AgeNation, a digital media company “for people who weren’t born yesterday” and The Age of Empowerment, a 501C3 that supports people and organizations serving vulnerable sections of the aging population.

The Cappannelli’s are experts on individual, organizational and societal change and internationally known consultants, coaches and keynote presenters who have worked with hundreds of the country’s leading organizations in both the private and public sectors including Boeing, NASA, Sun MicroSystems, The Disney Company, PepsiCo, The LA Times, The U.S. Navy and many others. Plus the thousands of individuals who have attended their public programs and workshops. They have also collaborated on two other popular books: Say Yes To Change, 25 Keys To Making Change Work For You, and Authenticity, A Guide To Greater Meaning and Purpose At Work and At Home.

They are both sought-after media guests, having appeared on hundreds of television and radio programs during their two national book tours and in conjunction with other ventures and causes they support. George and Sedena hosted a radio talk show ‘Talk About Your Life’ in Phoenix and now have a weekly podcast radio program “AgeNation Radio Magazine” that will soon be syndicated on terrestrial radio.

George is also an Emmy Award winning film and television producer/director. Sedena has been a member of The Screen Actors Guild since 1979 and has appeared in numerous films, television programs and theatrical productions. She has also served as on camera spokesperson for numerous products and causes. You can expect to see more of them as George and Sedena are currently in development with a AgeNation Television program they will host. And George is in discussion with a national syndication group for a column.

George also has extensive credentials in the entertainment, non- profit and political sectors. As president and founder of Theater Visions, a New York-based film and television production company, George’s work won numerous international film awards, as well as ANDY, CLEO and two special category EMMY Awards. In the public sector, he was co-founder of The International Integrity Program and served as Executive Director of The Sedona Institute and one of the directors of The Society For The Advancement Of Human Spirit, an organization chaired by The Dalai Lama.

He has worked on special projects with Golda Meir, Lech Walesa, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Mother Teresa and a number of other world leaders. In 1991 George managed a U.S. Senate Campaign in California and also as a strategist and consultant in the 1992, 1996 and 2008 presidential campaigns. He has also served as Creative Director for Allerton, Berman and Dean, a New York-based marketing and public relations agency serving a broad range of clients.

Sedena is also the co-founder and President of About Life, Inc, a company she created to bring personal empowerment and innovative wellness programs to woman around the world through keynotes, seminars, coaching, books, tapes and related products. Her signature series of dynamic, S.E.L.F. (Self Enhancement Life Fulfilling) and P.E.P. (Personal Energy Program) Retreats & Programs are presented in locations around the country, online and in a new book.

As a theatrical writer and producer, Sedena has written and developed a wide range of story concepts for television including Earth Alive Network. She produced and acted in An Evening with Lanford Wilson, performed for two years with The Los Angeles Shakespeare Circle and produced the show for cable television. She was a member of the award-winning West Coast Theatre Ensemble. And is a member of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists, serves on the Advisory Board of a Native American foundation, The Unbroken Cord, The Society of Southwestern Authors & The National Museum of Women’s History in Washington.

The Cappannelli’s work with AgeNation and The Age of Empowerment serve as an international platform for informing, inspiring and engaging people on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead as a result of the graying of the world’s population.

dngq1Do Not Go Quietly: Real Solutions and Empowering Strategies For People Who Weren’t Born Yesterday

Sage wisdom from George and Sedena Cappannelli—social revolutionaries, truth-tellers and inspiring spokespeople for a vast generation whose issues are being ignored

The book for GenXers (40 to 45), Boomers (46 to 64) and Elders (65+) who want to live more consciously, age wisely, reconnect with or recommit to their dreams, and who understand that the best is yet to come!

For Those Of Us Who Are Willing To See Aging As An Opportunity To Celebrate Life

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 prepare for the world they will be soon inherit.

These are just some of the things George and Sedena Cappannelli deliver in their eminently accessible Do Not Go Quietly, A Guide To Living Consciously and Aging Wisely For People Who Weren’t Born Yesterday. (Hay House, April 2013).

George and Sedena are also co-founders of AgeNation, experts on societal, organizational and individual change; internationally known consultants and coaches, and the authors of two previous books, Say Yes To Change, 25 Keys For Making Change Work For You and Authenticity, Simple Strategies For Greater Meaning and Purpose At Work And At Home.

Luminary Jean Houston describes Do Not Go Quietly this way: “Profound, compassionate and deeply useful, this book is a guide to the genius and capacities inherent in the second half of life. It brooks no whiney nay-saying, but rather offers a repositioning of the senior in our time. Seniors become the midwives of souls, the evoctateurs of self and society.”

Following the sage advice of the legendary George Burns who once said. “Old…young, just words!” Do Not Go Quietly is infused with the Cappannelli’s inspiring theme: “We are never too old or too young to live the lives we were born to live.” They are a feisty duo who show that the third act should not be taken lying down.

Do Not Go Quietly is loaded with valuable perspectives on how to live more consciously and age wisely– and provides a host of practical and relevant recommendations on choices we can make to lead more satisfying and successful lives.

It encourages readers to take responsibility for their own lives and their own wellness by harvesting the wisdom and experience of the past and investing it in living more fully in each present moment. It also reminds us all that if we want to make our days more vital, satisfying and joy-filled, then it is time we put a pin in America’s obsession with youth and aversion to age–make right our relationship with ourselves and the world around us and reclaim our rightful place as adults and elders.

The Cappannelli’s issue an inspiring call to action, reminding those who the world calls older GenXers, Boomers and Elders that our work is not done! We have the wisdom, experience, resources and necessity to–not only help re-chart a sane and sustainable course–but to leave behind a legacy of greater hope and consciousness for those who come after.

Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, author of Age-ing To Sage-ing and the father of spiritual eldering, says: “In Do Not Go Quietly, the Cappannelli’s remind us that the road to a more conscious future passes directly through the process of harvesting the wisdom and experience of our past and participating individually and collectively in writing a new ‘third act’ for the future.”

Within the pages of Do Not Go Quietly, the reader will discover…

• How to apply the time during this gift that is our lives to harvesting the fruits of our past and turning them into gold we can invest in the present and future;

• How to live with greater mindfulness in each present moment so that we can more fully celebrate our lives, live the dreams we came here to live and heal any wounds that may encumber us and that we may, in turn, visit upon others and on our planet;

• How to chart a more harmonious, joyful and successful course for the future so that we will be able to say with pride – “We have run the course to the best of our abilities and we will leave behind a legacy of genuine value for those who come after us.”

Do Not Go Quietly is a book for….

GenXers (40 to 45), Boomers (46 to 64) and Elders (65+) who want to live more consciously, age wisely, reconnect with or recommit to their dreams, and who understand that the best is yet to come! It is also for those under 40 who want to better understand the road they will soon be traveling, the one their parents, older friends, and relatives are now on and the remarkable and complex future that awaits.

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