Become an Explorer of Longevity

Lessons from Longevity’s Front Line

As I sat in the hospital bed, I began reading the manuscript I’d begun. I saw right away that while I’d been living and breathing questions about the health and longevity of Aegis residents, I’d separated myself from what I learned. Overnight, my commitment changed. I was no longer working on a book about longevity. I had to pivot to focus on healthy living. I felt that maybe this health crisis was given to me so I would pursue longevity, learn even more about it, and share my knowledge with a broader audience to help them.

The Latest Health and Wellness Research for Living a Longer, Stronger Life

The inspiration for 30 Summers More came in part from Dwayne Clark’s oversight of the care for more than 60,000 amazing human beings as the CEO Aegis Living. He’s always been a passionate explorer of longevity principles and cultural health practices, having travelled to over 80 countries and interviewing hundreds of people. However, as Dwayne moved into his middle age, the psychological impact of his constant awareness of aging and death made him intensely more curious about living a good life, and even more, living the greatest life possible.

30 Summers More contains many lessons about longevity that Clark amassed from his front-line view into the lives of residents at Aegis Living communities. The book is full of the latest health and wellness research on living well as we age, and it includes micro-habits, or bite-sized actions, necessary for living our best life as we move into our senior years.

Clark’s hope for readers is that they take many, or a few, of the insights he offers inside these pages to help make their own lives exceptional, no matter their age.

Body mind and soul health advice

Actual tips and tricks to add time back to your aging clock

Heavily researched scientifically-based facts grounded in real life experience and trial and error

Healthy habits and techniques for longevity

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Foreword by

Dr. Andrew Ordon

Emmy-nominated co-host of the Emmy
award-winning talkshow The Doctors

As I continue my journey in life, I am confident that there is still a lot of life to live. So much left to see and experience! My ability to live longer is greater than I ever imagined possible. I’ve led a fantastic life and plan on doubling down in my next thirty summers on this planet!

Longevity is truly a passion of mine and one of the core pillars of my life’s work. As a doctor, better health through medical advancements is hardcoded into our DNA. As a husband and father of two, life is about maximizing the quality of time spent with those most important to me. Through knowledge and action, the defenders of longevity, I have been able to maximize my future experiences while minimizing the struggles we all face as we age. In the grandest way, life is not as much about where you are going, but more about the journey; it can be long and exciting or cut short due to pain. The choice is ours.


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I’ve traveled the world in search of live long, live strong practices. At 60 years old, I think I still have more than half of my life to live.

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Dwayne J. Clark is the co-founder and CEO of Aegis Living, which has more than 30 senior living facilities in the Western U.S., employs more than 3,000 staff members, and to date has served more than 60,000 residents. Clark and Aegis have been widely recognized for their excellence of care to seniors and employees alike, receiving a wide variety of awards
includ­ing The Family Business Growth Award by Seattle Business Magazine, Top 50 Best Places to Work by Glassdoor, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award and Lifetime Achieve­ment Award from Senior Services.

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In good health,

Andrew P. Ordon, M.D., F.A.C.S

  • Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, and
  • Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery, Keck/USC School of Medicine