The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity

The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity
November 2nd, 2016 David Goodwin

AUTHORS: Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott

PUBLISHER: Bloomsbury  : ISBN :978-1-4729-3015-6

What it’s about ? : A practical guide based on the accurate assumption that we’re all going to have to think a lot more about how we work, how long and what at

Who’s it for ? : Anyone who has  already got the message that this new longevity needs to be managed and, consequently, how to structure your life in completely new ways.

Why Read it ? : It shows how to rethink your financial affairs, your education and career as well as relationships in new ways. Essentially it bills itself “as a wake-up call that shows what we can expect and the choices we need to make if we all live to be 100.

What’s the style ? : Well written, easy access, clear thoughts and ideas and some large portions of food for thought – start worrying now !

And the best advice…..? :We particularly liked Chapter 6 (page 127 “Stages – New Building Blocks”, that laid out very clearly a lot of things that are going to happen to all of us one way or another.

…. and if only time to read one chapter ?: The Conclusion, titled “Agenda for Change” (page 213). A nice, neat way to tie up some loose ends.

How MCE rate it ? : Clear concise and a good informative read. Worth four stars. If it makes you DO something about it all, give it five,

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