Monthly Archives: April 2016

Bucket Lists & an Unfinished Life

Can we learn anything from artists – painters, musicians, writers, architects?   Our bucket lists are always open and full, so it seems, and when we have the promise or the gift of a long life, it would suggest that … Continue reading

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Re-Think Ageing Conference: Now Fall 2016.

Today’s post is a variation of my blog post on the Planet Longevity web site, April 16. Looks like a re-set on the date for the Re-Think Ageing Conference 2016, originally planned for May 4-5 in Toronto at the Ted … Continue reading

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Stanford Longevity Design Winners, 2015-16

“Using Happiness to Optimize Longevity”. Mind over matter, or better still – it is both! Mind created the matter. The 3rd annual Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge finalists were announced last week and one of my picks hit the … Continue reading

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Silver Economy Rush! Future You Marketing – Award 1.

By no means do I write this lighthearted post to endorse a particular product. But if Change Rangers ever decided to be in the business of giving a Silver Economy marketing award for best fun and memorable ad campaign then … Continue reading

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