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Full Tank, Always

Energy levels are a highly personal attribute—how much energy we can spend and at what point we reach saturation are more often a reflection of our own make-up. So, no better way to arrest the drain than to chalk out

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gift of time

In The 100-year Life, Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott refer to a French fable in which a nymph, Ondine, curses her husband Palemon: as long as he is awake, he will breathe; as soon as he sleeps, he will die. From that time on he spends every moment in frantic activity, fearing death. Will an extended three-stage life be like this—entailing constant work, boredom, and missed opportunities—or full of possibilities?

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