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{Read} Disrupt Aging: A Bold New Path to Living Your Best Life at Every Age ✓ Jo Ann Jenkins – Epub, Kindle and eBook Online

 Disrupt Aging: A Bold New Path to Living Your Best Life at Every AgeIduals that are struggling financiallywhat was supposed to take care of people with the Social Security System has certainly put many between a rock and a hardstone So much to say about this book but in a nutshell it s not worth the read I got about one uarter through it and realized it was a commercial for AARP Very boring Sorry I purchased it it seems like maybe a PR firm wrote the book it seemed like a brochure the examples of very rich people re inventing themselves was beside the point what about average people it seems to me that AARP needs to be disrupted since the acronym is useless any CHANGE AARP to something meaningful The only part of the book that seems relevant was the last action chapter reinvent AARP and start a conversation on how the most powerful nation on earth which it is documented hates its older people and make documented HATES ITS OLDER PEOPLE and make so an average person can retire in DIGNITY then that would be great We need a huge cultural change and you could be the person who makes that happenps none of my friends has a clue what AARP does and we all should it is such an important organizatio. He touches on all the important issues facing people 50 today from caregiving and mindful living to building age friendly communities and making our money last This is a book for all the makers and doers who have a desire to continue exploring possibilities to celebrate discovery over decline and to seek out opportunities to live the best life there. About the baby boomers who had it all I am a Gen Xer and who ust want to extend the feelings of privilege had it all I am a Gen Xer and who ust want TO EXTEND THE FEELINGS OF PRIVILEGE DELUDE THEMSELVES THAT extend the feelings of privilege delude themselves that age doesn t suck I have many friends who are older and yes there are good things about aging but many things about aging really do suck I am going to get there soon and wanted an inspiring book This was NOT it Terrible book Not made for the general public It s a sales book I thought this book was rather boring and also somewhat repetitive It s not going to be anywhere near giving anyone new answers nor anything to ponder and think about What I mean is thisif you haven t come to the much of the same conclusions as the author than you d be living under a rock Somewhat written with rose colored glasses by an author who has truly been blessed and somewhat lucky in life Not that she isn t a ualified knowledgeable person in her field However this book misses those that are struggling most older people and only ust very slightly mentions those less fortunate Before we strive to prove that old age doesn t necessarily mean a number we need to help those indiv. Kins focuses on three core areas health wealth and self to show us how to embrace opportunities and change the way we look at getting older Here she chronicles her own ourney and that of others who are making their mark as disruptors to show readers how we can be active healthy and happy as we get older Through this powerful and engaging narrative