Monthly Archives: September 2015

Get age ready, or “longevity-proof”?

Picture yourself circulating at a social function. The gathering is inter-generational in its mix. You could be at a wedding, or a wake, or whatever – but you are awake, to the passing conversations. Whenever in one of those scenes, … Continue reading

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Longevity and Moonshot Thinking.

Why only last month, the name game morphed again in the world of business when Google reorganized under the new – Alphabet. (Stay with me on this. There is a longevity connection.) As a broadcast from The Motley Fool simply … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding for Longevity.

Envision the promise of longevity. I created this tagline when I re-positioned my storyline for Change Rangers six years ago. In a way, it was designed to be more of a question – what IS the promise? What are the … Continue reading

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Working Longer: Are You Seasonally Adjusted?

Seems fitting this Labour Day week that the subject of aging Boomers exiting the labour force deserves a comment or three. Firstly, it’s important to describe what the definition of the term labour force means. The Statistics Canada version leaves … Continue reading

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Longevity: A Royal Salute

Interrupting the planned blog post today with a special Royal Salute! Given that you are likely making the most out of this summer week before vacation season wraps and students are back to school, you might take a little light … Continue reading

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