The far-fetched notion that we could live to be 100 years old is a real possibility, according to a new book from Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott of the London Business School.
In a recent article from World Economic Forum, author Peter Vanham wrote that the authors of The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity saw medical progress as a driver of living a longer life. However, as Vanham noted, that means we should care more about our health and well-being today. The conclusion: We should spend less time at work and spend more time working on saving for retirement, staying healthy and enjoying the relationships we have with family and friends.
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