Living Longer: Our 100-Year Life

Episode 48

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Living Longer: Our 100-Year Life

Stat: 100. More than half of children born in developed countries today will reach the age of 100.

Story: If you knew you would live to 100, what would you do differently? Increasing longevity will expand and shift the traditional phases of life, according to London Business School professor Andrew Scott. In his conversation with host Dan LeDuc, he describes the challenges and opportunities facing individuals and society as life expectancy continues to rise.

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