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The Future of Aging: Faith Popcorn

What does the future hold for us as a society? What about age? When are we getting the flying cars that we were promised? How will life stages change in the future? How are things like ChatGPT changing our world? What is a brand in the future? 

Faith Popcorn, futurist and best-selling author, is renowned for her extraordinary ability to position brands and entire corporations to succeed in the ever-evolving landscape of Tomorrow, with an accuracy rate of over 95% in forecasting everything from technology to nutrition to personal care. Faith joins us to discuss what the future looks like for society, age, life stages, entertainment, work, and more. 

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“I think that age – in the future, the issue will be: How can I live healthily into the future? But also, we haven’t answered some of the questions like: Are you going to still stay married to the same person for 130 years? Unlikely, I think. Are you going to still have the same occupation? Will you have your dream occupation? Will you run out of money?”

“Entertainment is going to be very, very important. I know it’s adorable that we go to a movie theater but we can probably watch something that’s on a lens in our eye. We’re going to be able to go to the Metaverse with a lens that’s in our eye.” 

“There may be time travel before we have a flying car. We may be able to move our molecules through space before we have a flying car. It’s much more efficient.” 

“If somebody else can do it as well as you can do it, let them do it… And then you can either make it a little better, make it a little different, or do something else that they can’t do.” 

Listen to the SuperAge podcast wherever you get your pods. 

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Taylor Marks
Taylor Marks is a certified holistic health coach and professionally trained chef from The Institute of Culinary Education. Her passions include the latest research in health science, culinary arts, holistic wellness, and guiding others towards feeling their best.

 

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