Book Review: Age Power

Age Power, Ken Dychtwald, PhD. Penguin Putnam, 1999. Though this book is ten years old it is remarkable how much of it still rings true today. It is remarkable too that many of his suggestions for correcting problems have fallen on deaf ears, and are now even more critical to address. Broad socio-economic change is certain as the baby boomers move into their retirement years. It is important to not only be informed about it but to act to make the best of the next decades.