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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.

Mark Hofeling, 53: Creativity, Kindness and Humor

Every step we take forward is built upon the steps we have taken in the past. We are an ever changing, ever growing mosaic of attributes, achievements, and ambitions, of which some we choose to show and others people choose to see. It is some combination of this very...

Dispatch From NYC

Having just returned from an action-packed trip to NYC, I am filled with a sense of awe for this most vibrantly dynamic city. NYC rules — there is nothing like it anywhere, and I am writing this as someone who has been to and lived in some of the...

Pauline Tesler, 79: Finding a New Kind of Social Media That Is Actually Sociable

When we're bold and brave enough to step outside of our comfort zones, we’re often richly rewarded. Pauline Tesler knows all about that. At 79, she challenged herself — as an introvert — to join Leap, a new kind of social app which connects people through 20-minute video conversations....

Emily Gassman, 67: Radical Life Transition

How does one decelerate from an 18-hour-day 7-day-a-week work, sell a business and leave an entire way of life and not become entirely disoriented? We last spoke with Emily in 2016, way back in AGEIST #11, when she was running one of the most prestigious restaurants in Salt Lake...

John Mosler

John Mosler, one of our favorite deep thinkers, has a new show around the changing and overlapping complexities of the world. John is one of those deeply informed people who use their built-in antennas to bring in seemingly disconnected bits of information and output incredibly detailed yet seemingly casual...

Jacqueline Catala, 52: There Is So Much Opportunity In Tech For Everyone

Careers in tech are generally assumed to be only for young people, and maybe only for men. At the age of 52, Jacqueline is a testament that this is not always the case. In fact, she sees massive opportunities in tech these days that are not being filled. For...

Why WHOOP Is Our Favorite Wearable

Tracking is something we are very into. Self-knowledge is empowering — my feeling is that if we measure something we can improve it. We are often asked about the many sleep/activity trackers on the market. They are all different and they tend to be suited to different needs for...

Nico Peyrache, 53: Forging a Life of Happiness

We are not victims — our circumstances are our opportunities. There are some people we meet for whom we feel an instant affinity — a feeling which says: this person is from my tribe. Meeting Nico was like meeting someone I have known all my life. Searching for why this...

How to Find a Trainer If You Are Over 50

Congratulations, you have decided you need to do strength training, but you are not sure how to start. We suggest you hire a professional to show you the ropes, get you to where you want to be, and prevent those over-50 injuries that can be slow to recover from. There...

Daisy Lang, 50: Boxing Champion Helping Others

The road is always hardest for pioneers. We like to think of people like us as being the pioneers of a new age, people who are living life in an entirely new way as compared to past generations our age. Daisy Lang is one of us, and she is...
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