Can a book change your life? Can a book build your business? Phil Madsen thinks so and says that book is “Growing Bolder, Defy the Cult of Youth Live with Passion and Purpose” by Growing Bolder CEO Marc Middleton.
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.
For 40 years, people asked, “When are you going to write a book about your brother?” Maybe a weird question to hear, but for Louise Harrison, sister of Beatles’ member George, it was a rallying cry to put to paper the amazing story of her family.
What will you do with your extra years? Each generation lives longer and longer, and none of us want to waste the time we have. Author and Buddhist teacher Lewis Richmond says it’s crucial to embrace change and examine what makes us happy.
She’s been named one of the 25 most influential women when it comes to travel and she’s the author of the best-selling travel book of all time! See what Patricia Schultz says about getting the most out of your next vacation.
If you knew you could live to 100, what would you do? One of the most respected longevity experts say it’s a question you need to answer today — because it’s never too late to make changes to live longer and healthier.
Can you believe this gorgeous woman is 75? And Oleda Baker says she’s more creative, more alive and more inspired than ever. She talks to GB CEO Marc Middleton about life, love and the pursuit of happiness.
Everyone wanted to know when her book was coming out. “What book?” she always answered. Eventually she realized everyone wanted to know the real story behind her amazing Olympic comeback.
He was a young man, sitting in front of a couch, beginning that all too familiar spread when he decided to work some pounds off by running. He went out for a run and he still hasn’t stopped. That was 30 years ago.
If you’re struggling with health and nutrition, Dr. Kessler has advice for identifying your triggers, understanding the science, and getting over the idea that willpower alone is enough.