About AgeEsteem


Envision a world where age and aging are celebrated and people of all ages are recognized as important, contributing members of society.

The mission of AgeEsteem is to make this dream a reality for the millions of adults who are looking ahead and envision a bright, long-lasting and active future. In fact, time is on our side as we are living longer and healthier lives. Statistics tell us that the average American woman can expect to live until the age of 80.5 and the average man to the age of 75.

Quite simply, this means that at the age of 60, we have nearly a third of our lives to look forward to!  We should be ready to enjoy this part of our lives as much if not more than our prior years.

AgeEsteem provides each and every one of us the vision and means to live our lives fully at every age with a positive attitude using simple techniques and concepts.

AgeEsteem is a fun, enjoyable and energizing program that motivates us as we grow older; motivates us to have a positive attitude as we guide ourselves to and through our golden years.

A few key ideas and concepts embraced by AgeEsteem:

1. FEEL GOOD about yourself at the age you are today, every day.

2. LIVE each day and each age.

3. FEEL CONFIDENT and secure in who are you are at every age.

4. BUILD positive thoughts and attitudes toward age.

5. RECOGNIZE, SUPPORT, CELEBRATE the person you are.

6. LIVE in the present and AGE WITH VITALITY and PURPOSE.

How Do You Know When You Have AgeEsteem?

We have Personal AgeEsteem when our internal happiness shines through and we actually become contagious. People see us and think, “I’d like to be like her!” or “I’d like to be like him!”

We have Collective AgeEsteem when there are so many people, like you and me, feeling good about themselves and their age that this positive attitude becomes the norm.

As more of us catch the AgeEsteem bug, the attitude of society will change. I encourage everyone to join AgeEsteem, learn the concepts, embrace the techniques. Life moves pretty fast: if you don’t stop and take a look around, it might pass you by!



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