Growth-Works Ideology

  • As we have all heard, the World’s population is getting older. An unprecedented demographic event will emerge where, for the first time ever, the number of people older than 60 will outnumber the people under 20. This will bring many opportunities and challenges to individuals, cultures and society infrastructures.
  • Growth-Works is aimed at advocating innovative approaches to issues connected with older Americans (55+). Growth-Works messages and services enable a mature generation that is more physically able, better mentally prepared, and more spiritually engaged than what has previously been seen.
  • Growth-Works is a Thought Leader regarding the societal challenges facing older Americans.
  • Growth-Works is fast becoming a relevant thought-leader for inspiring new thinking and approaches in looking at, and capitalizing on the demographic changes taking place.
  • Growth-Works aligns and partners with like-minded organizations and associations for the purpose of spreading empowering messages on all aspects of aging and over-coming hardship.
  • Growth-Works advocates for approaches that influences cultural and personal beliefs that improve the quality of individuals in their older years.
  • Growth-Works is guided by a set of principles that teaches individuals and society how to be “older” without being “old”, as well as keeping dignity and social engagement in being elderly.
  • Growth-works messages, services, and offerings are holistic in that the inner game of aging is always considered.
  • Growth-Works is dedicated to taking the old out of  older; retiring the old ideas of retiring.
  • Growth-Works advocates gentle social change – evolution, not revolution.
  • Growth-Works primary office is in the Nashua, NH area.
  • Growth-Works’ objectives relate to encouraging and supporting the social and cultural changes needed for stronger engagement, connections, and contributions from older citizens.