Can what you do for a living extend your life? Perhaps, but there is no question that it can help you live your life to the fullest. Meet three legendary musicians — all world-renowned, all still impressing audiences and all in their 70s and older — brought together on the same stage.
Nancy Hiller never felt like she fit in — not with her family, not in school and not as she began her career. Then, she decided to prove all of the doubters wrong and start Growing Bolder.
Despite grueling treatments, experimental drug protocols, surgeries and battles with four types of cancer, triathlete Tony Handler has never given up and continues to beat Mr. Cancer every time he crosses the finish line.
Toto was one of the most successful bands of the 1980s and the voice of Bobby Kimball was one of the reasons why. Now 69, he explains how his passion for performing keeps him on the road more than 250 days a year and makes him feel better than he’s ever felt in his life.
Addiction nearly stole former pro wrestler Marc Mero’s life, but now he’s reclaimed it. See how the former Johnny B. Badd is sharing his good news with kids, teaching them real-world lessons about life, bad influences and the unconditional love of parents.
Forget bucket lists. Longtime Habitat for Humanity volunteer Martha Cole is just as passionate about building a better world as she is about seeing the world. That doesn’t mean she hasn’t done some pretty amazing things, too. She explains why she believes living a life of balance is the best gift you can give yourself and society.
Find out how one man has evolved from a college dropout to enlisting in the Army and becoming an Army chaplain’s assistant on the frontlines of the war in Iraq to his current life: a husband, father of two and first-year med student — at the age of 40.
Some people know exactly what career or passions they want to pursue for the rest of their lives from a young age. For most of us, it’s a process of trial and error. What happens when lightning strikes? Magic. Meet the Lightning Stalker, one of the world’s most respected photographers of lightning, and find out why your true passions are always worth fighting for.
Their on- and off-stage partnership made the song “Love Will Keep Us Together” a monster hit in the ’70s, but after 40 years, Toni Tennille is starting over. Find out why she says she had to start over at 75 to save herself.
Bill White couldn’t understand why his co-workers would count down the days, months and years to retirement. He thought, why wait? So, at the age of 58, without a safety net and without a plan, he quit! He traded the seat at his desk for a seat on a bicycle, and wait until you see the new life he’s created from just two wheels and two legs.