Spotlight Series: Embracing Ageing as an Adventure with Carl Honoré
We are living better for longer than ever before. Scientists, artists and entrepreneurs are hitting their stride later in life. Pop culture, from movies to modelling to the media, is carving out more room for people past the first flush of youth. Bottom line: there has never been a better time in history to grow older.
Carl Honoré is founder of the Slow Movement and a global authority on ageing well. Drawing on the latest science, his own personal experiences and case studies from around the world, Carl will inspire you to embrace ageing as both a privilege and an adventure.
About Carl Honoré
Carl Honoré is an award-winning writer, broadcaster and speaker. His bestselling books have been published in 35 languages. His second TED Talk is called Why We Should Embrace Ageing As An Adventure. Carl’s latest book, Bolder, explores how we can age better and feel better about ageing. It’s a spirited takedown of ageism. Bolder was a BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week and a Reader’s Digest Book of the Month.