National bestseller Disrupt Aging: A Bold New Path to Living Your Best Life at Every Age by AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins is a book for anyone who wants to live a life of possibility, connection and growth.

We’ve all read it and heard it: “50 is the new 30” and “60 is the new 40.” But Jenkins disagrees. She believes 50 is the new 50, and she, for one, likes how it looks.

In what MIT Age Lab Director Joseph F. Coughlin has called “A brilliant and compelling new look at the future of aging,” the author shows us how to embrace opportunities and change the way we look at growing older. She encourages us to re-think the negative stories we tell ourselves and each other about aging and to instead view our later years as a period of continued growth and something to look forward to — not as a time of decline or something to fear.

Disrupt Aging chronicles the journeys of Jo Ann and other fearless individuals working to change what it means to age in America. In her highly focused but down-to-earth personal style, she focuses on three core areas — health, wealth and self — and offers readers a new vision and practical advice that can empower them to choose how they live as they age.

Our ability to live longer, healthier lives is one of our greatest achievements — it’s time we treat it as such. Disrupt Aging shows readers how.

Find out more about the book and where it can be purchased through a browser search or a book title search at www.aarp.org.

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