Life expectancy is on a constant rise as people are living longer, healthier lives. This is directly linked with people becoming aware of the importance of taking care of themselves. Longevity is a topic that is becoming more relevant as people are holding events to celebrate their 100’s. One of these is 100 day celebrations for those who are born on the 100th day of their life. There are many things that make longevity worth living for.

As I approach my 85th birthday, I find myself enjoying a new perspective on the vastness of life. I enjoy moments of quiet reflection as I take in the vastness of the blue sky above me, or the vastness of the earth below me. I find that the more I live, the more I value the wisdom of those who came before me.

We’re inundated with information on exercise and diet. However, despite gaining information, we seem to be deficient in clarity and insight. In today’s video, I discuss how to cultivate both.

I was invited to deliver a keynote speech at the annual Equinox Personal Trainer Summit in West Hollywood, California, a few weeks ago.

The event’s subject was “longevity.” Instead of giving another nutrition lesson, I chose to speak about the necessity of actively cultivating knowledge, particularly in the face of an endless stream of information, ideas, and views.

Check out the video below or download the audio file here to learn more.

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