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Why Your Health Will Soon Be Your Most Valuable Commodity

Human longevity and anti-aging treatments are on the horizon. Initially, we will be able to drastically extend the human lifespan, but we will not be able to immediately relieve the 140 Million Americans that currently suffer from chronic conditions. If you can avoid the four main killers (mentioned below), you’ll be able to participate in the treatments that will push your ‘expiration date’ back further and further. Continue reading to learn why your health will be your most valuable asset when we no longer die of old age.

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How To Live Long Enough To Live Forever: Part 2 – It’s In Your Hands

The following is part of a 3-part blog that considers how we can live long enough to live forever. In part 1, we will discuss why we age in the first place – what happens to our bodies and what is actually causing those symptoms. Part 2 will analyze what we can take into our own hands now to prevent and even reverse those symptoms. Finally, in part 3, we’ll take a look at what scientists are actively discovering and researching that will tackle the aging process head on and prevent us from aging past a detrimental point.

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How to Live Long Enough to Live Forever: Part 1 – Why We Age

The following is part of a 3-part blog that considers how we can live long enough to live forever. In part 1, we will discuss why we age in the first place – what happens to our bodies and what is actually causing those symptoms. Part 2 will analyze what we can take into our own hands now to prevent and even reverse those symptoms. Finally, in part 3, we’ll take a look at what scientists are actively discovering and researching that will tackle the aging process head on and prevent us from aging past a detrimental point. 

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The Most Important Investment Tip for a Disruptive (and immortal) Future

In the following blog, we’ll discuss how to invest now so we are prepared to live well in a disruptive future that has the potential to extend our lifespans far greater to what we’ve ever planned for. If you’re worried about having enough money put away when you’re 65, you better start thinking about having enough when you’re 85, 95, or even 105. Death from aging is a technical problem and millions of dollars are being allocated to research to find a technical solution. Continue reading to learn how to better prepare to not just have enough to get by when “100 is the new 60”, but to thrive and take advantage of an exponentially exciting future.

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3 Reasons Social Media Makes Us Unhappy (and what to ‘connect’ to instead)

With the invention and improvements of the internet, humans have never been more connected. A message that used to takes weeks or months to reach a single person now can reach millions of people in a day. Whereas we used to only connect with a small community of people, we’re now involved in the day-to-day activities of friends, families, and hundreds of strangers. Yet as this trend has grown, humans have reportedly become more lonely. As technology and the internet continues to benefit our lives in a myriad of ways, we are ever more dissatisfied with our lives. In order to live a happy and satisfied life now and well into the future, we need to understand which connections result in a higher quality of life and which plague our mental health and society as a whole.

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Adding Value in a World of Automation and Mass Unemployment

Technological improvements have been replacing jobs and tasks since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, yet we have consistently been able to adapt to these changes by inventing new types of work. In the coming decades, however, the rise and development of artificial intelligence and robotics will gravely threaten the ability of the workforce to transition to other jobs and even upend white-collar work in ways we’ve never seen before. In this blog, we will discuss why it is wishful thinking to trust that there will always be enough work to go around in the future and what we can start doing today to make ourselves valuable in a world that does not require human work.

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