Sure, Bob Dylan is "the age's iconic singer-songwriter and rock's poet laureate.'' All the same, the Wall Street Journal suggests, he should hang up his hat. The Journal caught Dylan, 69, at a bare ballroom in an Atlantic City casino, his voice a "laryngitic croak'' as people walked out to play the slots. Are there age limits on success? Do you go out at the top of your talents, or do you soldier on, doing what you love?
Success Editors on December 20, 2010 12:00 AM
I think that people who grow old gracefully share two traits: They can see possibilities as they progress through life. And they can recalibrate their skills and interests with the needs of the world around them.
Posted by Jennifer Tucker, on December 20, 2010 12:00 AM