Charlie Brotman has one of the most unique — and coveted — jobs in public announcing. Since 1957, he’s been the voice of every presidential inauguration. He shares some memorable stories and reveals why he’s never been paid a dime.
By day, he’s the president of the nation’s top community college. In his spare time, he’s a poet/singer/songwriter. Find out the unique ways Dr. Sandy Shugart blends his passions and why he thinks we look at leadership from the wrong vantage point.
It turns out, retirement living may have less to do with your investments and much more to do with trimming the fat from your expenses. The Ultimate Cheapskate reveals the secrets of living the retirement you want on any budget.
Following your passions can lead to a vibrant and rewarding life, especially if you can make some money from it. You just need to learn how, and that’s where Nancy Collamer comes in. Find out her tips for finding your second act career.
A lot of us say we want to change our lives, but few of us do it. John Suscovich has changed his life about as dramatically as one can. Find out how he went from being a regular on the Howard Stern Show to starting his own farm.
Bestselling author Ciji Ware says there’s a revolution underway. Find out why the 70-year-old is encouraging others to start Growing Bolder in their chosen fields and how she’s taking some bold risks herself that are changing her life.
Like it or not, we are all in the sales business. If we’re not actively selling a product, we’re selling ourselves. One of the most influential business thinkers explains how you should be selling yourself and offers tips for the new age of sales.
Sixty years after taking the job, until a “real” one came along, Bob Chase is still calling every hockey game for the Fort Wayne Komets. Find out what he’s learned about pursuing your passions and why he’ll never retire.
After the tragic death of his wife, Mark Noonan realized it was time to step off the high-powered career ladder and focus instead on something that would fulfill him. He found it, and wants to help you, too, discover your true passion.
Like many people, Dominique Browning found herself the victim of the economy. Suddenly, the highly successful magazine editor-in-chief was out of a job and panicking. Find out what she learned about slowing down and enjoying the little things in life