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About the Authors

Carolee Duckworth

Carolee Duckworth

...spent her long career working to empower people to become their own more complete and fulfilled selves. To this end, she co-created the Common Cause Award winning “Center for Re-employment Services,” serving displaced workers, displaced homemakers, and 55+ career changers, stimulating their mental capabilities to prepare them to select and enter new careers.

Carolee also designed and redesigned courses and programs for Technical Colleges and industries in order to empower and increase critical thinking and technology-use skills and confidence. She created and launched College Online (www.College-Online.com) to increase access for students of all ages and life situations, enabling them to enhance their skills and advance their careers “any time, any place, any person, any pace.”

Since she “shifted gears” herself, Carolee has focused on writing articles, courses and books to empower individuals of all ages to reach for their dreams.

Marie Langworthy

Marie Langworthy

In her former career as an educator and administrator, Dr. Marie Langworthyderived her greatest satisfaction in identifying underachieving adults, empowering them, turning them loose, and watching them grow professionally. Now in her 21st century life, Marie has “shifted gears” too, creating a new niche teaching 55+ Boomers to use basic technology tools. She also works with and supervises future teachers enrolled in a local university’s graduate program.

Not one to shy away from multitasking, in her own web-based business, Super Writing Services, (www.superwritingservices.com), she exercises her passion to “write it right the way you want to say it,”  providing her clients with a whole spectrum of business, professional and personal writing services. As editor-in-chief for New Cabady Press, she specializes in the ‘spit and polish’ process of word-smithing the next potential “great American literary piece”… or future NY Times best seller! She admits that she’s still “a work in progress” – trying to determine what she’ll do if and when she ever grows up and grows old. In the meantime, she continues to welcome the adventure of each new day.





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