Monthly Archives: August 2013

A Population Growing Younger? – Part 4

In this age of narrative collapse that Douglas Rushkoff presents, our frames of reference change when it relates to living and working longer. Perhaps in decades to come, as in centuries long ago, the narrative lines will become less crisp. … Continue reading

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A Population Growing Younger? – Part 3

We are approaching Labour Day weekend in North America and you have to wonder at how the context for the word “labour” has changed since the eight hour day movement nearly 200 hundred years ago. What a formula. Can you … Continue reading

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A Population Growing Younger? – Part 2

Elderly? How does that noun fit in the context of the longevity premise of “A Population Growing Younger”? The sentence on page 5 of July 24th C.D. Howe e-brief suggests: “The forthcoming generation of elderly will be more educated, which … Continue reading

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A Population Growing Younger? – Part 1

Envision the promise of longevity is the invitation tag line I created when the focus and scope shifted for Change Rangers in 2010 – partly a way to help reframe language and perspective around the potential of an increased life … Continue reading

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