Radical Curiosity: Exploring the Future of Aging with Dr. Ken Dychtwald

Oct 26, 2023 | aging, books, culture, Health, politics, seniors, technology

Radical Curiosity: Exploring the Future of Aging with Dr. Ken Dychtwald

The Not Old Better Show, Author Interview Series

Hello and welcome to The Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast, the go-to place for insights on living well at any age. I’m Paul Vogelzang, and today’s show is brought to you by GoldCo and TalkSpace.  

Today, a guest has been a transformative force in understanding aging, longevity, and human potential.

Dr. Ken Dychtwald is a psychologist, gerontologist, and visionary who has shaped conversations about aging for nearly five decades. He’s the author of 19 books, a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, and has shared platforms with global leaders like Nelson Mandela and Bill Clinton.

Today, we have the privilege of speaking with Dr. Dychtwald and hearing him read from his latest book, Radical Curiosity: My Life on the Age Wave.’ This isn’t just a memoir; it’s a call to action for rethinking aging in a society where longevity is becoming the norm.

We’ll dive into key questions about his book, his groundbreaking work, and what it means for all of us as we age. We’ll explore how curiosity has fueled his career, the legacy he hopes to leave, and his vision for the future as more Americans live past 50.

We’ll also discuss the unique roles that those 60 and older can play in society and how technology can be a game-changer for quality of life in older age.

So, whether you’re just starting your career or contemplating retirement, this episode promises to offer insights that could change how you think about aging and life’s possibilities.

So sit back, relax, and prepare for a transformative conversation and an exclusive reading from ‘Radical Curiosity.’ You won’t want to miss this as Ken Dychtwald tells a touching story about him and his father following an intense family argument.

That, of course, is our guest today, Dr. Ken Dychtwald, reading from his new book, Radical Curiosity