When first you hear a proclamation that we are in a Silver Economy, it could sound like we are merely in a rush to a commercial bonanza, with moneymaking potential for another forty years or so, tracking the path of the aging Boomer market. That may be so, if you think about the long shelf
Monthly Archives: February 2016
Somewhat like the Klondike Gold Rush adventure of the late 1800s, are we not now in the early 21st century, in a stampede – a new rush to a silver economy? We are not talking about the good silver that your mother used to polish and lay out when important company was coming for dinner.
Coinciding with the Stanford Center on Longevity 3rd annual Design Challenge with the 2015-16 theme “Using Happiness to Optimize Longevity”, this is the final segment of my interview with Louisa Jewell, Founder and President of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association. And for the first time it’s on YouTube – so I’m going to let the
As of today, the Stanford Center on Longevity 3rd annual Design Challenge has yet to announce the contest finalists. However, I will continue with part 2 of my Jan.7th interview with Louisa Jewell, Founder and President of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association. Exploring a little more around this notion of the 2015-16 Stanford Design theme