The meaning of retirement has changed so much over the years that author Tammy Erickson says to retire it! In her new book, she says boomers have more options and don’t have to just leave their careers behind when they hit 65.
The fastest-growing group of new entrepreneurs is baby boomers. So we sat down with Guy Kawasaki, an early-stage venture capitalist, author of “The Art of the Start,” and one of the top 100 bloggers in the world.
Earl Nash picked up a paintbrush in his later years and began a wonderful love affair with his art. He won the admiration of many who were touched by the works of this humble artisan, and left his mark on the world.
Entomologist Stuart Fullerton is on a mission to clear the name of insects everywhere. To him, the little critters aren’t scary at all.
He’s a musician who cut his teeth in the Greenwich Village folk scene of the ’60s and has been on a personal and musical odyssey ever since. The result? A musician well worth listening to.
Surfer Don Craig turned a bumper sticker into a $6 million a year business that he rules!
Who says you need training to be an artist? Earl Nash is completely self-taught and he wouldn’t have it any other way. Find out how you can discover your inner Picasso and put your passion on the canvas.
Michael Edwards has proven his parents wrong by living his theater dreams for 30 years. He’s not worried about becoming a star because he’s living his life exactly the way he wants.
Meet a woman who is using old-fashioned techniques to restore antique carousel horses. She says each horse has its own personality and she’s just trying to let each one shine through the decades of neglect.
His biggest audience four years ago was a family of four looking for a new fridge. Now, he’s in demand worldwide, entertaining live audiences and TV audiences in the millions. Come along as John Morgan transforms his life with inspiration and imitation.