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Join with World Health Organization’s “Age-Friendly World”

January 6, 2015

The World Health Organization’s Global Network  - …is helping cities & communities across the globe become more “Age-Friendly” – with ways to eliminate the physical barriers present for older adults which reflect psychological barriers as well. Here’s a blurb from…

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Why Everything You Think About Aging Might Be Wrong

December 1, 2014

Great piece in the special Retirement section of the Wall Street Journal 12/1/14 by Anne Tergesen. Why Everything You Think About Aging Might Be Wrong. And love the secondary title: As We Get Older, Friendships, Creativity and Satisfaction With Life…

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NY Times article: Old Masters at the Top of Their Game

October 25, 2014

Wonderful article with an essay by Lewis Lapham in the New York Times – love these examples of mastery and contribution in later life.  This is the force behind Light Years! Includes portraits/ interviews with filmmaker Frederick Wiseman (84), BP…

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Two new studies about how Attitude affects Aging

February 13, 2014

Exciting News! Check out these two studies published in major journals that show the link between attitude and aging – in ways that might surprise you! The first is a piece from ABC News website about a study from the Journal…

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How Art Can Make You a Better Leader

January 29, 2014

Check out this wonderful new post by Fred Mandell, author, artist and speaker on creativity and business leadership. Here’s an excerpt: It is often our impulse when faced with a problem to seek the most direct route to the solution.  We…

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