Turning “age into art” is probably the most valuable tool you can offer your employees and the customers you aim to serve.
Teach them how to redefine the parameters of their lives, and you give them a pathway to bring more meaning and purpose into their lives. It’s not just good business. It’s good living. A win-win for everybody.
Of course, this isn’t always easy. The older one gets, the more realities change, and with it, one’s need to adapt. After all, if someone’s knees are shot, they’re probably not going to run a marathon, any more than the guy with vertigo is going to climb Mt. Everest. And there will come a time in all of our lives when it is very well possible that we are no longer the wittiest person in the room. Or the funniest. Smartest. Fastest on our feet. Or have the best abs. And we can cry all we want that life’s unfair. Or we can get over it and use it to our advantage.
This is at the heart of the Everest Without the Mountain philosophy.
You can call it an attitude adjustment, but it’s simply a new approach to living and working in the post-50 world. This is not about lowering the bar or settling for less—but shifting gears to achieve our goals differently.
Everest is waiting. Not the mountain, but the dream, the challenge, the triumph. We don’t need to climb 29,000 feet to know what it’s like to stand on top of the world. We can do it right here, at this moment, now. At any age. All we have to do is believe.
Let us show your organization how to get started with our customized seminars, workshops and retreats. Or if you like, let us help you develop the writing, branding, and messaging services that will guide your employees and/or customers to embrace the art of aging, showing them a clear and attainable pathway to find meaning, purpose, and health in the second half of their lives.
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