Ashton Applewhite, activist and author of This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism, recently delivered an 11-minute barn-burning TED Talk called “Let’s End Ageism” that is the clearest and most concise, entertaining, and impactful introduction to the scourge of ageism I’ve ever heard.
We’ve performed “Life’s Most Dangerous Game” in 15 cities. We’ve got a pretty good handle on what we’re doing by now, except for one thing–what do we call it?
This TED Talk is one of the best I’ve ever seen. You can’t watch it and not be totally transformed by the message — in particular if you are a man.
I need some help from ChangingAging readers to put together a list of the most dynamic, leading-edge thought leaders across the spectrum of aging services.
Dr. Bill Thomas makes his TEDx debut Saturday, June 4, and you can watch it live via streaming video from the TEDxSF Alive! Maximum Living as a Human event in San Francisco.
The inestimable Ilene Cummings shared some thoughts on my TED talk in response to my post TEDxSF Alive! Living a Life Out of Balance: Bill, I praise you for the work you do. Many bravos!! You asked for feedback on your talk in San Francisco. Wish I could be there to hear you! Also have lots […]
ChangingAging is excited to announce that Dr. Bill Thomas will speak at TEDxSF V: Alive! on the virtues of aging and elderhood, joining an impressive list of experts and innovators exploring the human lifecycle.