David Shapiro is education director of the Center for Philosophy for Children, an organization that brings philosophy and philosophers into schools and community centers throughout the Puget Sound area. His scholarly interests include applied ethics, philosophy of human rights, and philosophy with children.
David has authored over 10 books, including the bestseller Repacking Your Bags co-authored with longtime friend and legendary executive-life coach and author Richard Leider.
In their bestseller Repacking Your Bags, Leider and Shapiro defined the good life as “living in the place you belong, with people you love, doing the right work, on purpose.”In Who Do You Want to Be When You Grow Old?, Richard and David repackage the way we think about aging and outline the path to purposeful aging.
Now, in Who Do You Want to Be When You Grow Old?,they repackage the way we think about aging, and argue that aging well can be similarly defined as “aging in the place you belong, with people you love, doing the right ‘work,’ on purpose.”
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