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June 19, 2017

Stay Active, Stay Sharp

We’re living and working longer; we’re more active and engaged later in life; we’re pretirees, and we’re on track to be superagers—older people “whose memory and attention isn’t merely above average for their age, but is actually on par with healthy, active 25-year-olds.” Knowing that studies of superagers demonstrate that their brains are spry because…Read more

May 22, 2017

Remotely Speaking

Sometimes an idea is just too good to pass on. And yet many companies do. Take the remote workforce, for example. For far too long, a number of companies have shunned the idea that remote workers fit within their business objectives. Remote workers are difficult to manage (we can’t see them, so how do we…Read more

May 8, 2017

An Enduring Vision

The first woman to officially complete the Boston Marathon returned to the starting line this year once again to compete, 50 years later. When Kathrine Switzer competed in 1967, she was an unwelcome presence in what was by precedent a male-only race. She had registered under the name KV Switzer to make her gender unnoticed…Read more