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Top Sixty Over Sixty provides businesses and individuals with the resources necessary to thrive in today’s rapidly changing and ageing world. A for-profit social enterprise, Top Sixty advocates for age diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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ReSet, Top Sixty’s signature program, is based on 21st century competencies and entrepreneurial thinking. We use best practices from research is in psychometrics, change management, design thinking, and resilience training.
ReSet provides a practical guide to bolstering strengths and enhancing the benefits of experience. Image at right: GenerationsWorkingTogether.org
It's one thing to know our purpose but another to know how to turn that into what we do for a living. Jannette Anderson of Bodacity.ca has been teaching people how to create, or pivot, businesses that help them make an impact, and an income for many years.
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George Jerjian interviews Helen Hirsh Spence
George Jerjian, mindset mentor, writer, and speaker, explores Helen Hirsh Spence’s views on retirement.
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Everyone seems to be talking about the “new normal” and what it will look like. I tend to think of what’s ahead of us as transformative; much of it good, but some, not so good. It will all depend on our perspectives and ability abilities to adjust.
Choosing the image of the vintage Underwood typewriter and searching for an appropriate font for the ‘In This Issue’ section of our newsletter brought back rich memories of sights and sounds.
What is the first image that you conjure up when you think of someone who is elderly?