After stepping out of the spotlight for years to focus on raising his small children with his wife of 25 years, Paul Reiser is returning to what made him fall in love with show business — stand-up comedy. He describes what it’s like to be back on stage.
World-renowned neurosurgeon Robert L. Masson, MD, recently found himself in an unexpected position: on an operating room table. He explains how his own turn under the knife was exactly the wake-up call he needed to make life-saving changes to ensure he’s here to watch his kids grow up.
Using a borrowed camera, Ari Seth Cohen started snapping pictures on the streets of New York, and now those images have not only changed his life, they’re creating ripples throughout the global fashion industry. See just how fashionable and fierce aging can be.
He’s an Emmy Award-winning journalist and TV host who walked away from one of the most high-profile jobs in television because he wanted something with more purpose and meaning. See how Mark Steines is finding balance in life again.
A breast cancer diagnosis sent Regina Brett on a journey that altered her life’s focus. She shares what she’s learned on her journey and offers tips for helping people learn to focus on the things that really matter, no matter how messy life gets.
Peter Buffett is proof that the even the world’s wealthiest families can raise children who have a social conscious, And now he’s inspired the entire world to rethink how philanthropy should really work. He explains.
John Elder Robison grew up in the ’60s before anybody really understood what Asperger’s is, yet he always knew something was different about him. As an adult, when both he and his son were diagnosed, he started a journey of education and discovery.
If you live your life a little bit more creatively, you’re going to start owning your time and ultimately your life. Artist and author Liz Kitchens explains how she helps Boomer women be brave and lose the beige in their lives.
In the 1960s, the Lennon Sisters were one of the biggest groups in the world. They appeared constantly on the covers of movie magazines and performed across the world. And they got their entire start because Lawrence Welk was home sick one day.
He’s one of the most influential people in NBA history, a prolific marathoner, the author of nearly 80 books, a motivational speaker and at age 72, he has an extreme dream. Pat Williams not only wants to beat cancer he wants to help find the cure.