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.
Her battle with breast cancer enlightened all women; her determination to help others was only equaled by her dedication to becoming a world-class athlete.
Frank Attwood was one of those guys who seemed to have it all — he just wasn’t happy. He searched for something fulfilling and rewarding and found his answer in the greatest inventor this country has ever known.
At age 85, Harold says he’s keenly aware that time is more precious than ever. But he refuses to spend less of it experimenting and taking chances. Luckily for us, he continues to discover new ways to create eye-popping works of art.
Hey, did you hear the one about the 75-year-old comic? This is no joke – Lynn Ruth Miller has discovered a new career on the stage and she’s using her act to set the record straight on aging.
In golf, as in life, there’s a fine line between success and failure. Not many have heard of Jay Golden, but his contributions to the game may be greater than anyone else on the Tour. Well, at least more varied!
Larry Roofner was a corporate executive, a mover and shaker and a big-time success. And it nearly killed him. He walked away from it all, and at 52, he reinvented himself.
At age 35, Mike Sigel was the youngest ever inducted into the Billiards Hall of Fame. After retiring he became the game’s best known promoter only to return to prove he’s still got it!
Could stress at work be hurting your relationships at home? Learn how to survive a toxic workplace from one of the nation’s top psychotherapists.
From the outside looking in, Tom Ross has it all — a high-powered job, Broadway plays in New York and downhill runs in Utah. From the inside looking out, the view is much different. When he came to a crossroads in life, he chose to start growing bolder.