As a graduate of Kenwood High School (Class of ’81) and Essex Community College, I am excited to be coming home to not only reconnect with old friends and visit with my family, but to also share my story with those who have many questions about their golden years.
I am happy to announce that I will be at the Towson, Maryland Barnes and Noble on June 25th at 1 pm to give a brief, yet informative presentation on my new book, It’s Never Too Late: Getting, Older, Wiser, and Worry Free in Our Golden Years. I will cover:
Preparing for the “wake-up call”
Be ready for change before it happens, simple steps that make a big difference.
How to make difficult discussions
It’s time to pull your head out of the sand, for you and your loved ones emotional and financial sake.
Declutter your home and head
Tips and resources to help you move forward and organize your life
I may even throw in an anecdote or two about my good pal Betty White! She is as wise as she is funny and has taught me a great deal of how I want to age.
Still on the fence? Here’s what some folks who have heard me speak had to say:
“I listened to Scott speak at the Atlanta Barnes and Noble event and was very impressed with his wisdom and style. He shines a much-needed light on a scary subject by sharing his own personal experiences with his life and family. I left with his book and the courage to start the difficult discussion with myself and my aging parents.” – D. Lewis
“Scott’s information and approach made me realize that I am not alone with my fears of growing old. I know have the framework for a workable plan for how I can help my parents and help myself. His book provides an easy to read and workable plan to help that will diffidently help me get the most out of my golden years. I loved his presentation and felt it was both informative and entertaining.” – J. Pipon
Saturday, June 25 at 1 PM – 2 PM
I’m so excited about this part of my book tour and I’ll always remember something that my dear friend Janet once said -“You can take the boy out of Baltimore but you can’t take Baltimore out of the boy” and she was right!
Hope to see you soon,