Monthly Archives: May 2016

GP is the journey of understanding life: A conversation between a GP tutor and his student

An excerpt of a recent conversation between a student and a GP tutor (myself). Student: Is there anything I need to take note of when I read newspaper articles i.e. the key points the writer is making or important evidence? Tutor: Well, … Continue reading

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When living to 100 becomes the new normal

By Simon Kuper May 23, 2016 Originally published in the Financial Times The majority of children born in rich countries today can expect to live to more than 100, write Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott of London Business School in … Continue reading

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The end of American meritocracy

Edward Luce Published in the Straits Times (originally in the Financial Times) May 10, 2016 What is in a word? When it is packed with as much moral zeal as “meritocracy”, the answer is: a lot. A meritocrat owes his … Continue reading

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