Leon Logothetis - "Live, Love, Explore: Discover the Way of the Traveler a Roadmap to the Life You Were Meant to Live"
Warwick's is hosting global adventurer, motivational speaker, philanthropist and bestselling author Leon Logothetis on Monday, February 13th at 7:30pm to discuss and sign his new book Live, Love, Explore: Discover the Way of the Traveler a Roadmap to the Life You Were Meant to Live. Leon Logothetisis a global adventurer, motivational speaker, and philanthropist. He lives in Los Angeles, California. This event is free and open to the public. Reserved Seating is available. Only books purchased from Warwick's will be signed. Please call the Warwick's Book Dept. (858) 454-0347 for details.
Part travel memoir, part self-help book, Live, Love, Explore is a guide to finding meaning and adventure in your everyday life and discovering the road you were always meant to walk. Leon Logothetis's life was well plotted out for him. He was to do well in school, go to university, get a job in finance, and spend the next fifty years of his life sitting behind a slab of wood, watching the rain-slicked streets of London from thirty floors above. For a long time, he followed that script, until one day, he finally realized he was living someone else's life a good one but not one of his own choosing. So he walked out of that life, and discovered the one that took him around the world. Since then, Leon has driven a broken-down English taxicab across America, offering people free rides; ridden a vintage motorbike around the world, relying solely on the kindness of strangers; and followed a fellow traveler through India without ever knowing where he was going. He has visited more than 90 countries on every continent. Along the way, he learned something about the human spirit and about the heart of this world. He learned that he needed to shed his old ideas about who he was supposed to be in order to feel his soul rise to the surface and become the person he always longed to be. The wisest words he heard, and the greatest lessons he learned, came from everyday people he met on his travels. He became their accidental student, and after years of sharing those lessons through TV shows, college tours, books, and in the media, he realized that he had also become an accidental teacher. His experiences are more than a collection of stories, they have become a way of life the Way of the Traveler.