Monthly Archives: August 2011

Future Proof Your Career

Let me be a raving fan of “The Shift: the future of work is already here” by Lynda Gratton. http://lyndagrattonfutureofwork.typepad.com/lynda-gratton-future-of-work/2011/06/the-10-ways-to-future-proof-your-career.html First reference to The Shift is in blog post August 22. For some time I’ve been looking for some new … Continue reading

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Planet Longevity and “The Shift” of Work.

Over the last few years, if I was paid a $ for every time someone said “there’s a book in you to be written” –  well I guess I’d have enough to buy you lunch. Created a draft outline for … Continue reading

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Financing for Our Longevity–the Real Framework.

Financial planners talk to people from a wide range of age groups about creating their financial plan portfolios. Depending on your age and stage, at one end it’s about saving for retirement, to the other end, what will the package … Continue reading

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Making the Most of a Challenged Longevity.

Woke up the other day with an impression from some years ago of a heavy set woman with neatly coiffed hair, (likely in her late 70’s) sitting paralyzed in a custom fit wheel chair usually beside a window in the … Continue reading

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Careers and the “Compassionate Economy”.

Like the drive to attract talent to technology careers in the “information age economy”, there is now the drive to attract talent to health care careers in what Theodore Roszazk called the “compassionate economy”. It’s more than a matter of … Continue reading

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