Boos to discuss ‘Age is an Attitude’ at Rotary meeting


Rotary Club of Mercer Island member Wally Boos, a human resource consultant, and will be speaking about “Age is an Attitude” at its Jan. 12 virtual meeting. The event is open to the public and will be begin at 12:45 p.m. at

According to Boos: “We are living 30 years longer than our ancestors of 100 years ago. Thought leaders have determined that older people are happier than 25-45 year olds. What is the difference between ReWIREment and retirement? What are practical ways you can re-wire your internal operating system to optimize those extra 30 years?”

Boos will share some of the science behind vital aging and will outline some ideas and practices that can contribute to that “extra” 30 years being people’s best years.

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