Crisis? What crisis? Long-time NPR reporter Barbara Bradley Hagerty explains why midlife could be the best time of your life.
Look at aging through the eyes of an award-winning architect who says being old is one of life’s greatest blessings and something we should joyously being preparing for in our 40s.
Learn one man’s simple formula for enjoying every day. Best-selling author Neil Pasricha describes his latest book, “The Happiness Equation” and shares how contentment and freedom just may lead to you having everything you want and need.
The next 5-10 years may forever change the way we approach health care. Renowned physician Dr. David Agus explains why these are called the lucky years. He shares some of the exciting new research that is saving lives and changing lives.
Have you ever struggled to tap into your creative side? One of the world’s foremost experts on intelligence and creativity has some surprising advice.
Ora Nadrich is the life coach to the stars and she has one question for you that just might change your life. Find out how to stop holding on to the things and thoughts that are holding you back.
What do you care about in the world? What would lead you to living a more fulfilled and purposeful life? Author Colin Beavan offers his advice for finding a life that will help you and help the world.
She became an international sensation with her book “Eat Pray Love.” Now, Elizabeth Gilbert is teaching us all how to find the magic in our lives by living a life defined more by curiosity than fear.
Dr. Bill Thomas is on a mission to smash the negative stereotypes of aging once and for all by taking his message on the road. He describes his wildly entertaining Age of Disruption tour and reveals how he’s changing the narrative around aging.
Bill Ferguson is a relationship guru and author who says it’s never too late to reconnect with who you really are. After starting his career as a divorce attorney, Ferguson found fame as a lawyer who could take the conflict out of splitting up.