He became famous as host of “Entertainment Tonight,” but John Tesh has left the tabloid ways of Hollywood behind. Instead, with his books and radio show, he wants to help you find purpose and meaning in life.
From an early age, Reggie Wells knew he was different. He was born in the 1940s, grew up black in a mostly white town, and realized from an early age that he was gay. Today, he’s a make-up artist to the stars and credits his struggles with his success.
Onie Ponder was one in a million. Until her death in December 2010 at the age of 112, she remained active, vibrant, witty and challenging. As impressive as her long life was, her life philosophy was something to be admired and copied. Get some words of wisdom from a super centenarian. (Click here to watch the video version of this story)
Jacqueline Jones was a beloved jazz singer, when suddenly everything fell apart. She suffered a brain aneurysm, had both knees replaced and her son and husband died. Life throws challenges at us all. She faced hers head-on. (Click here to watch the video version of this story).
What would you do if you were told you had three years to live? When Tina Stull received that terrifying diagnosis in 2002, she got busy living. Find out how she beat cancer and launched a new career on the racetrack.