Luck – the forgotten Linchpin to Success
We are so wide and starry-eyed when we think about exceptional individuals making it
Before you begin counting your days, take note however that there is no sharp mathematical and scientific way of calculating one’s life expectancy. The chart below will show you a rough estimate of your life expectancy. But there is science behind it. The chart was developed by Robert Allen Ph. D. in 1981.
Pay special attention to questions that may add or subtract to your life points. This test gives insurance companies a good overview of your life expectancy, more in particular, if you are 20 to 25 years old and relatively healthy and into healthy lifestyle practices.
Figures are in years. Start your age at 72.
Add up your score to get your life expectancy at this time. Now, compare it to the national averages, which are about seventy-five years for males, and seventy-eight years for females.