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    Kimberly Fowler, 61, YAS Founder, Pushing the Latest Boundaries of Fitness in Business

    Kimberly Fowler, 61If there is a commonality among our people, it is an innate sense of curiosity combined with a drive to move forward. Kimberly...

    David’s 10 Tips to Your Best Life after 50, 60, 70…

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    Ross Vail, 61: Farmer, Rebel, Innovator

    There has been considerable press around young people leaving farm country for opportunities in big cities. This is the story of the opposite: a...

    Cindy Gallop, 59: Let’s Talk Sex

    Turning the World on with Her Guile The first thing you should know about Cindy Gallop is that she’s a warrior. Outspoken, often irreverent, and...

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    14 Exercises We Can’t Do. Really? Says Who?

    Want to rile me up? Tell me I can't do something because of my age. That's known as poking the bear. Bad idea. The exercise experts at Reader's Digest have decided that people over 50 should be as sedentary as possible, with maybe a bit of mall walking thrown...

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    Jill Satterfield: Meditation

    How long have you been meditating? Since around 4 years old. I was fortunate to have been taught to meditate by my Mother, who called...

    Christie Ciraulo, 65: Unstoppable Swimmer

    Christie Ciraulo, 65, is a lifelong competitive swimmer and the founder of The Mighty Mermaids. She and her fellow teammates are scheduled to relay...

    Andrew Tuck, 55: Intergenerational Journalism

    Some of our people go through multiple career pivots as they search for paths to give them more meaning or opportunity. Then there are...

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