You are invited to an evening conversation (and book signing) to help you Get Your Sh*t Together on Money, End-of-Life Planning and Leaving a Legacy.
Chanel Reynolds (What Matters Most) co-hosts with celebrated local authors Vicki Robin (Your Money or Your Life) and Ann Phyfe Palmer (This Life of Mine).
About the Conversation
The panel will important themes and advice across all three books about what matters most to you, discuss what to do Before or After 'something happens', and explore what you might Always keep in mind. There will be time for a Q&A, book signing and conversation after the panel.
6:30 PM: Doors open
7:00-8:00 PM: Panel with Chanel Reynolds, Vicki Robin and Anne Phyfe Palmer + Q&A
8:00-9:00 PM: Book signing and conversation
*Books will be available for purchase at the event
About the Books
Your Money or Your Life. In an age of great economic uncertainty when everyone is concerned about money and how they spend what they have, this new edition of the bestselling Your Money or Your Life is an essential read.
What Matters Most is the candid, approachable, profoundly practical guide we all need to make critical plans before life goes sideways and offers helpful advice for what to do once the shit has hit the fan.
This Life of Mine: A Legacy Journal will capture the unique details of your life through prompts designed to awaken memories and provoke reflection. As it begins to shape the portrait of one’s life, the journal becomes a tool for introspection as well as a future keepsake for loved ones, enhanced by artsit Sarah Trumbauer’s intricate papercut illustrations.
About the Authors
Chanel Reynolds is the founder of Get Your Shit Together and co-founder of GYST.com, which has motivated millions of people worldwide to prepare for life’s major curveballs and has used her storytelling and digital expertise for clients such as Nike, Samsung, Microsoft, and Starbucks. Find her at chanelreynolds.com
Vicki Robin is a prolific social innovator, writer and speaker. Vicki is active in her Whidbey Island community on a range of social and environmental issues: affordable housing, local food, community investing and more. Find her at vickirobin.com
Anne Phyfe Palmer is an entrepreneur, writer, yogi, electri-bike commuter, and mother. She founded 8 Limbs Yoga Centers in Seattle in 1996. With this guided journal she takes her passion for self-inquiry from the yoga mat to the written word. FInd her at annephyfepalmer.com