Richard Lieder and David Shapiro Discuss Their Book, “Who Do You Want to Be When You Grow Old?”

Rabbi Address chats with authors Richard Leider, center, and David Shapiro, on this week’s Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast

On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, authors Richard Leider and David Shapiro discuss their new book, Who Do You Want to Be When You Grown Old?

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About the Guests

Richard Leider is founder and chairman of Inventure: The Purpose Company, a coaching and consulting firm. Leider has created a wide array of programs and experiences for clients, such as AARP, Caterpillar, Ericsson, Habitat for Humanity, and MetLife. He is ranked by Forbes as one of the top five most respected executive coaches, by Linkage as one of the top fifty executive coaches, and by the Conference Board as a “legend in coaching.” He is an executive fellow at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management, a guest lecturer at Harvard Business School and Duke Corporate Education, and the author or coauthor of nine books. He was named a 2020-21 nonresident public fellow at the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study.

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.

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