If you’re interested in finding the real you and in taking another shot at a truly satisfying career, author Samuel Greengard can help.
If there’s anyone to hold up as an example of Growing Bolder, it’s Harold Garde. Now in his 80s, Harold has been painting for more than five decades. His creative process is stronger and better than ever, and his work will grab your attention.
For more than 30 years, Garrison Keillor has been keeping the golden age of radio alive with his iconic show, A Prairie Home Companion. He shares why the pressure of aging has actually been liberating to him.
She lost the fashion line bearing her name and was diagnosed with breast cancer. Instead of backing down, the indomitable Sigrid Olsen is launching a new career and a new life.
Doug Stewart never dreamed of being a firefighter, but 50 years later, he’s still fighting fires and smashing stereotypes.
You may not think that feng shui could be something that could help the Joe the Plumbers of the world, but you’d be surprised how ancient practices still have real-world impacts.
Ginger loved to sing, so at mid-life she took a risk and decided to become a full-time performer. She just never expected her music to strike a chord with the audience it did.
He’s come up with four leadership principles he thinks we can all live by, and rather than writing a run-of-the-mill how-to book, Harold “Bud” Boughton imagines how a dying father would teach his kids a final lesson.
She was a stay-at-home mom who had an idea. A simple, easy way for millions to create beautiful works of art. Seemingly overnight, Donna Dewberry and her One Stroke painting technique became a huge hit on PBS and QVC.
Feeling nostalgic? The Original Pop Art Diva, Terri Dennis, has your fix. Her cool Web site has color, fun and art you won’t see anywhere else.