Janice Kaplan, internationally renowned author of 14 books, including, the New York Times' bestseller, The Gratitude Diaries, will be the guest speaker on Wednesday, April 10 at 7:30 p.m., at the Reba and Sam Sandler Family Campus in Virginia Beach.
This presentation is free and open to the community, but registration is required.
In her newest book, How Luck Happens, Kaplan explores how good luck doesn’t just drop down from the sky, noting that most people have more control over their futures than they sometimes understand. Luck occurs at the intersection of chance, talent and hard work.
Kaplan offers insights on how to create more luck in love, marriage, career, health and family relationships. The book was co-written with former Rhodes Scholar, Dr. Barnaby Marsh, with findings supported by their research.
Janice Kaplan will be speaking on April 10
in Virginia Beach. (Courtesy photo.)
In addition to her experience as the former editor-in-chief of Parade magazine, Kaplan was the deputy editor of TV Guide magazine and executive producer of the TV Guide Television Group, where she created and produced more than 30 television shows that aired during primetime on ABC, FOX, VH1, and other networks.
The special event is sponsored by the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater and the Simon Family JCC’s Lee and Bernard Jaffe Family Jewish Book Festival, in partnership with Jewish Family Services of Tidewater.
For more information about the Lee and Bernard Jaffe Jewish Book Festival, or about sponsorships and volunteering, contact Callah Terkeltaub at 757-321-2331; or at CTerkeltaub@ujft.org.