jeff clark 79 surfer, los angeles "With the right guidance you can experience some amazing things that the world has to offer” read more

james hankins 52 denim entrepreneur, los angeles “Take it slowly — don’t follow the pendulum swings of trends" read more

marlo thomas 79 actress-writer, new york city "You have to create your own facts, your own reality. Because people are too unimaginative” read more

jocelyne beaudoin 58 interior designer, new york city “I needed to be okay at being uncomfortable, you have to be humble too, which is harder to do when you’re older" read more

anda andrei, 62, hotel designer, new york city "Age is a major factor. It’s now or never. I can’t keep dreaming. read more

david cooley 52 career coach, los angeles "Age defeatism is a life stage where one is convinced—often incorrectly—that their skillset is too dated" read more

bella mccloud, 57, life can be scary, how to confront massive change free of fear. read more

catherine grace o’connell, 56, fashion blogger “It’s so common for women to lose themselves completely,” read more

staying curious







staying curious

cynthia adler, 82 cultural explorer, new york “I have very wide interests from highbrow to lowbrow—I won’t tell you how lowbrow it goes" read more
 

john tarnoff, 64, career reinvention expert talks to us about how to get back in the game read more

the 20,000 hour rule








the 20,000 hour rule

 joe lewis, 62, artist, los angeles "This 10,000 hours thing? I think it’s 20,000 hours personally"

marcelle karp, 53, publisher, new york sex, sexuality and the problem with men over 50 read more

jason vass, 62 gallerist, los angeles
"you know you can bring something to the art world that’s not being paid attention to now.”  read more

Cover model, celebrity trainer and former pro athlete reveals the secrets of how he keeps his clients looking fantastic read more

owen mckibbin, 54 author/lifestyle coach "We’re affecting a demographic that thought this is as good as life gets, we are changing lives" read more

ayes birsel 51, designer, new york city, decodes the process of reimagining the future with her new book. read more

martyn thompson, 55, textile designer/photographer, "The parallel career is way of reinvention without as much risk" read more

david harry stewart 57, los angeles the ageist founder is interviewed on the 6 things to improve your life after 50, 60 and 70  read more

the confidante







the confidante

virginia gilbert, 54 therapist,
los angeles
"My job is to help people tell a story, and to flesh out their story" read more

provocateur







provocateur

annabelle gurwitch, 55 writer,
los angeles.
“If I did get a tattoo, I would get it right under my C-section and it would read ‘Under New Management’, read more 

model beauty





model beauty

mary ann elizabeth, 48 model, philadelphia "I will take risks and if I fail and make a fool of myself trying to model in my late 40s, oh well" read more

land steward





land steward

edwina von gal, 67 landscape designer, long island ny "I think curiosity is absolutely essential—that’s the key to aging without boredom" read more

AGEIST 2016 PERSON OF THE YEAR tricia cusden, 68 beauty entrepreneur, london "We say unapologetically, ‘We just want to sell to women over 55" read more

rocket man








rocket man

scott higgins 60 engineer, burbank “Some people take it day by day,” he says. “Being an engineer, I put together a 5-year personal plan.” read more

radio host








radio host

frances anderton 53 radio host, santa monica “I’m part of the Bowie punk years. I think those 50-somethings are really anti-establishment, in a kind of fundamental way.” read more

 joe friel 71 high intensity training coach, phoenix  "you can’t go through your later years trying to make everything as easy as possible all the time" read more

craig cooper 53 author, newport beach "you know institutional and as individuals we're not made to think about men's health" read more
 

 barbara bradley hagerty 56, washington dc Former NPR reporter and author dives deep into the world of present mid-day life read more

tara shannon, 61 women's content director " I see my aging as a spiritual ATM where I cash out all my experiences read more

AGEIST INTERVIEW:
dr. connie mariano 61, "I'm not your typical White House Doctor"

gym rat








gym rat

gilles berube 54
creative director, los angeles

  risk mogul





 


risk mogul

bill kerig 62
digital entrepreneur, salt lake city

green entrepreneur








green entrepreneur

ophelia chong 56
entrepreneur, los angeles

company man








company man

len psyk 66
executive, seattle  
 

the horse whisperer








the horse whisperer

kerri bouvier 58
sales, los angeles

arizona differently








arizona differently

ginger barry 70
business owner, scottsdale

the community chef








the community chef

emily gassman 61
restaurateur, salt lake city

powder king








powder king

robert neubecker 62
illustrator, park city

third time's a charm








third time's a charm

jacques rifkind 58
sales, los angeles

the marathon man








the marathon man

patrick clarke 50
director/producer, ireland

the next 30 years








the next 30 years

chris block 54
ceo, san francisco

the networker








the networker

joe abouzeid 59
orthopedist, los angeles 

the philosophy of risk





the philosophy of risk

rachel paine 61
professor of philosophy, london

your neighborhood grocer





your neighborhood grocer

keri aivazis 48
grocer, los angeles

think global, act child-like





think global, act child-like

lola faturoti 50
fashion designer, new york city

the changing definition of success





the changing definition of success

robert bentley 65
gemstone dealer, new york city

"we should be doing so much more with our lives"





"we should be doing so much more with our lives"

steve radenbaugh 65
businessman adventurer, burbank

an acting gardener





an acting gardener

 cidele curo 56
 gardener, new york city

"devour everything"








"devour everything"

hambis charlambous 52
creative director, venice

creating community





creating community

yuval bar-zemer 52
developer, los angeles

dress and act your age





dress and act your age

irene bilo 54
costume designer, new york city

building a different future





building a different future

john dutton 51
architect, los angeles

embrace risk








embrace risk

sophia gruzdys 60
architect, barcelona

beauty and strength in commitment








beauty and strength in commitment

doug tausik ryder 60
sculptor, los angeles