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    David Stewart

    David Stewart
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    David is the founder and face of AGEIST. He is an expert on, and a passionate champion of the emerging global over-50 lifestyle. A dynamic speaker, he is available for panels, keynotes and informational talks at david@agei.st.

    Roy Kim: Climbing the Second Mountain

    Our definition of success can be quite different at different points in our lives. We oftentimes look back at what could be regarded as tremendous success and, using the lens of a different life phase, re-evaluate, seeing very different challenges and contributions that we may find more meaningful. Roy...

    Academy Awards: A Shout Out to an Elder

    The Academy Awards, in spite of my bad attitude, are actually wonderful unifying moments of shared experience. There were flourishes of gratitude: Brad Pitt and Hildur Guðnadóttir, the composer for the Joker soundtrack; and moments of reflection: Joaquin Phoenix. But the moment that is resonating in my mind is...

    Gillean McLeod on Having Heroic Hair

    Photo by Mark Hanauer. Hair and Makeup by Issac Prado. Have you always had hair this long?As a child I had shoulder length hair, never long. Looking back at some photos, I had a short haircut at 40 and by the time I was 43, it was long. In my...

    Kimberly Fowler on The AGEIST Podcast

    Kimberly Fowler, the charismatic long time fitness pioneer and founder of YAS, on facing the challenges of physical recovery from intense exercise while in her 60s. She tells us how essential a recovery program is at this age, and how it helps her continue to run marathons.Listen here on...

    Pause: Let’s Talk Menopause

    Why is there a stigma around even using the word menopause? Why can’t we adults talk about a life phase that a woman may spend more than half her life in? Why is it just fine to be blasted with Viagra commercials, but speaking about the effects of menopause...

    The AGEIST Guide to Living Well: The Body

    This is the first of a series on living well. Each month we will tackle a specific topic with some simple, actionable things we can do that are based on my direct day-to-day experience. This month I am focusing on the body. I am specifically interested in how I...

    A Day in the Life of David Stewart

    I often get asked, by people of all ages, how I appear to be so vital at what some seem to think is an advanced age. I will leave the interpretation of what advanced age means to others, but this has inspired me to share a monthly iteration of...

    Alex von Bidder, 69: The Man Behind The Four Seasons

    This week we are launching our podcast with a fascinating contradiction. Alex is a long-time yoga and meditation practitioner. He also happens to have run one of the most famous restaurants in all the world: The Four Seasons in New York. He has stories of being bribed with stacks...

    Martha Collard, 61: Gong Master

    We often write about people who, at a certain point in their lives, have re-evaluated their trajectories. After a certain amount of life experience, sometimes work that used to feel like a good fit is no longer what we wish to do. Martha Collard, 61, has made a rather...

    Kim Marshall, 62: Multi-Generational PR

    We met Kim last fall while speaking at The Global Wellness Summit in Singapore and were fascinated by this humble, direct Midwesterner who is fearlessly throwing herself into the world of PR digital communications. All those stories about people our age not being able to learn new things, or...
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