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Caught Between Generations

Caught Between Generations

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May 11th 2017:When You Feel Like Giving Up

Is it possible to feel energized and excited again? Do you hold onto the saying that winners never quit? Rediscover how you can reignite your passion for life. Elizabeth B. Crook, author of ‘Live Large,’ explains how we limit ourselves and she inspires us to let go of our old beliefs that keep us trapped, so that we clear a fresh path toward a fulfilling life. Peg Streep, author of ‘Quitting,’ explains what can hold us back and how quitting isn’t failure, but can increase our happiness.

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Elizabeth B. Crook

As the CEO of Orchard Advisors for the past twenty-plus years, Elizabeth Crook has helped CEOs and entrepreneurs think and act strategically to grow their companies and find greater personal satisfaction. She has shown countless individuals of all generations how to invent and reinvent themselves. Crook knows how to inspire people to gain a fresh sense of what they can accomplish in their lives, think about themselves with compassion, develop a sense of humor about their challenges, and ultimately take action. Elizabeth holds a BA from Vanderbilt University and an MS from Tennessee State University. She lives on Music Row in Nashville with the love of her life, Umberto Fontana.
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Peg Streep

Peg Streep is the author or co-author of eleven books, most recently Quitting Why We Fear it and Why We Shouldn’t in Life, Love, and Work. While she's written books on topics as various as spirituality, gardening, and mother-daughter relationships, her goal is always to open up the reader's understanding. She believes firmly that books should provide us with information and inspiration, and always strive to enrich life in some respect. In recent years, her books have drawn on the latest psychological research, much of it unknown to the general public, and have sought to provide solutions to the ordinary problems and difficulties many of us encounter on the journey that's life. Peg is
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