Monthly Archives: August 2016

Bridges & Thoughtful Fortuity in Later Life

In what turned out to be a serendipitous spinoff from my post last week – A 100-Year Life in a Blue Zone – I elected to take a day to clean out my office. I refiled my library of articles, … Continue reading

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A 100-Year Life in a Blue Zone.

If you accept the global average life expectancy as tabled by the World Health Organization (WHO), which currently rests at 71.4 (all factors calculated), it’s hard to imagine taking any projections fourteen years out to 2030 up to age 80, … Continue reading

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Longevity Society: Economic Investment Shifts.

How far out can you make investment decisions on a megatrend like aging demographics in a longevity society? Well that depends on how “far out” your mind will allow you to go before your probability barometer bursts. Over the last … Continue reading

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Longevity & the Andragogy Strain.

Lifelong learning is certainly not a concept new to this millennium. Let me pick up the history at a mid-point in the 1990’s. This concept got an uptick through a period of massive corporate downsizings. It became part of the … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 24 – Later Life Stages & Single Women

Women. – “You’re single, aging and thinking about the future.” So begins the new book, fresh off the press three weeks ago by Jill O’Donnell & Jackie Porter – Single by Choice or Chance (The smart woman’s guide to living … Continue reading

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