Redefining Success: Finding Life’s Meaning on Your Own Terms
What was your definition of success thirty years ago, and what is it now? So many of us have experienced various life events—career changes, kids, creating partnerships, divorce, caretaking, death, spiritual development, physical changes or challenges—that have made us reevaluate our conceptions of success in life. What gave us meaning in our 20s may not feel as fulfilling in our 50s, and many of us have come to think about and define success... on our own terms.
Please join us for our Saturday morning class discussion where six speakers will share their evolving perspectives. We will then break up into a series of rotating small-groups to talk and meet other classmates. (This is being structured to maximize reconnecting with classmates and meeting new folks.) The we'll re-center for a full class group discussion.
Kimberly Moore Dalal, moderator. Storytellers: Oriana Li Halevy, Brian Hecht, Anne Millington, Angela Kelly Smith, Sulee Stinson Clay, and David Stires.
Lowell Lecture Hall