Author and Editorial Director of Life Books, Robert Sullivan has written a book that could literally be anyone’s dream. He’s compiled 100 of the world’s best vacation destinations and the cover is only a glimpse of what’s inside.
Marjorie Thompson had her passions and goals, but life had other plans for her. She accomplished a lot many can’t say they have, but Thompson still yearned for more.
Bert and Barbara Roper remember when movies cost a quarter, and Friday nights were spent at the theater. Decades later, the Ropers are celebrating the future by renovating the past, and the curtain is up on a new dream.
You think it’s too late to pursue your dreams? Think again. Less than a decade after taking up the pole vault, Flo Meiler, 70, is the world record holder and she’s tearing up the track records, too.
The first American woman to conquer Mt. Everest has a message of hope and determination for anyone seeking to improve their life.
Merv Griffin has called Michael Andrew one of the greatest singers of all time.
A top vascular surgeon refuses to let his rock and roll dreams die.
At the age of 98, Mae Laborde finds herself as one of the freshest faces in Hollywood. She’s proof it’s never too late to follow your dream!
Ronda Beaman is a professor, dream coach, personal trainer and author of “You’re Only Young Twice: 10 Do-Overs to Reawaken Your Spirit.”
Dr. Dot Richardson, who worked her way through med school while earning two Olympic gold medals, inspires others to reach for their dreams.