Ken Dychtwald and his new book.Ken Dychtwald and his new book.

The coronavirus pandemic is a shocking "intervention" whosebiggest impact will show up in retirement planning: The crisis has forcedolder people to consider the importance of matching health span tolife span and think about aspiring to a morestreamlined lifestyle, argues Ken Dychtwald, founder and CEO of AgeWave.

The "Pitchman for the Graying Revolution," as Fortune Magazinedubbed him, psychologist and gerontologist co-founded Age Wave in1986 to help companies and government develop strategies to servethe fast-growing aging population.

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