In 1938, Ed Sullivan wrote in one of his newspaper columns that "youth is wasted on the very young". He was paraphrasing George Bernard Shaw, who once said: "Youth is the most beautiful thing in this world — and what a pity that it has to be wasted on children!" What does this have to … Continue reading Management: wasted on the youth
If you're not familiar with Dr. Charles Eugster, he's 93 years old and began working out when he was 80-something. He's a living, breathing example of the kind of life we could all have when we're older. In this TED Talk, he offers enlightening truths about aging as it currently is throughout the world, and … Continue reading Dr. Eugster on aging, work and exercise
Ted is a dog of 25+ years who belongs to my wife's mother. He's been a guard dog all his life. I first knew Ted in 2003, when I first visited my wife's home. Outwardly, he's looked the same since then, the way you see him in these photos, so I had no idea he … Continue reading Ted, a dog at 25
At 100 years old, Dr. W. G. Watson is the world's oldest practicing physician. He's been working as an OB/GYN doctor since 1947, and everyone in his town knows him. He says he doesn't go anywhere without seeing one of his patients, some of which he's followed for over 50 years. And he still makes … Continue reading Still working at 100
We are defined by what we do with our time. When it comes to our health, that same adage can be re-stated to read: our bodies are the record of what we do with our time. If you happen to sit in a chair all day, perhaps you wish for a job where you can … Continue reading What do you do all day?