You have options when it comes to dealing with your future. You can stick your head in the sand and fight it all the way. Or you can accept that you’re getting older and choose to experience it on your own terms.
When I got into my 50s, I became eager to learn how to live with energy, health, and vitality for as long as possible. I wanted to know how to age well. A motivational speaker since 1987, I stopped for eight years to study aging. Two graduate degrees later, I am ready to share some encouraging news from recent research findings that can broaden your expectations and enlarge what’s possible for you. There’s never been a better time to create a brighter future.
We are constantly bombarded by negative messages that suggest that getting older only means dealing with disease, decline, and disability. That’s the hype. In contrast, the findings of recent research reveal greater possibilities. When you know what science is discovering, you can begin to take charge of the way you age.
Check out my new Thrive topics. They offer three keys to changing the conversation from old ideas about aging to living fully going forward. They provide information, tools, and resources you can use right away. Break through stereotypes and limited expectations, tap the power of your mind to positively affect how quickly you age, and learn to pick and choose strategies for aging well so that they fit who you are and maximize your potential for a strong future. A fearless future.
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