Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Rush to a Silver Economy – Part 2

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 … Continue reading

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The Rush to a Silver Economy – Part 1

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 … Continue reading

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Louisa Jewell Interview – Happiness & Longevity, Part 3

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. … Continue reading

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Louisa Jewell Interview – Happiness & Longevity, Part 2

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 … Continue reading

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