30 bits of advice I wish I’d learned earlier BY CHIP CONLEY Learn the difference between learning and memorizing. The former will serve you for a lifetime. The latter erodes

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Why We Need To Gather The Wisdom of Elders BY KEN DYCHTWALD About fifteen years ago, my research and consulting firm, Age Wave, conducted a large-scale study on the subject

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About to get retired and looking for some popular activities that you can do after retirement? Well, we have got it covered for you here. After all, retirement is the

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There comes a time in everyone’s life when we are called upon to stand up for what we believe. ELDERS STAND IN SUPPORT OF SAFE AND FAIR ELECTIONS Baby boomers

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Celebrating Our Grandparents – A Legacy of Living History BY JACK LEVINE As Sunday, September 8th is Grandparents Day, I’m pleased to reflect on the importance of grandparents in the lives

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The future of aging:  What older people will be like in a decade’s time BY KEN DYCHWALD In 10 years, the typical older person will be even more youthful, active, hip

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Wisdom Across the Generations BY JACK LEVINE “All wisdom is not new wisdom.”  — Winston Churchill For most of us, no one provided a more vital link to our heritage and

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What are you doing to lessen the effects of climate change? BY PAUL SEVERANCE Elders Climate Action was formed a year and a half ago to bring the voices of

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By Alina Adams My husband and I have a rule for ourselves: We don’t argue with old people. This rule applies primarily to our parents and their friends, but also old people

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By Jack Levine jack@4gen.org 2012 was a year of great challenges and new responsibilities.  Life is about transitions, and as an incurable optimist, I believe the year ahead will open new

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