Navigating Living Longer

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Managing volunteers…

One of the greatest attractions of moving to a second career is the opportunity to do what you want to do. There is no family placing you under a financial burden and if you are fortunate enough to receive a pension you have the opportunity to consider the voluntary sector as well as paid employment. […]

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Time out

Having recently tested positive for Covid I’m starting of a period of self imposed ‘time out’. I only tested positive yesterday, and so far I am one of the lucky ones with only minor cold like symptoms which have not stopped me working. As a result I am catching up with the outstanding email traffic […]

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One final misery….

My interest in longevity was peeked by a friend, a Chartered Surveyor who looked after large Scottish Estates. He shared a completely different way of thinking about life -where ‘family’ was more important than the individual and every member was ‘expected’ to do what they could for the common good. The Chinese express the same […]

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None as blind….

If you manage to create wealth during your life then you really need to think about what happens to it once you’re gone. Get that right and you leave a wonderful legacy, get it wrong and you blight the lives of those you care about

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‘Stickiness’

Recently I was demonstration our Chris simulation prototype to an App developer. Their conclusion – the experience was amazing, but the app wasn’t ‘sticky’. In a way they were right, the simulation is not something you return to again and again, but the lessons you learn endure! Through coaching clients we have developed a range […]

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