Years ago, if you wanted to make it in the music business, you had to find a record company, a major studio, a band and more. But times have changed, and Roger McGuinn says that now anyone can pursue their passions.
Are you waiting for your life’s purpose to find you? Why not go find it? Dr. Dot Richardson says the key is to believe in yourself and to chase what you life. If you’re not good at it or you don’t have experience, don’t let the doubts scare you away.
See what one expert’s takeaway is for you when it comes to traveling, and why he thinks you shouldn’t believe everything you see on the news!
Advertisers want the baby boomer dollars — so why don’t they feature real boomers in their campaigns? See what one author says about changing how we look at aging in America.
What drives you? What do you wake up and think about? Find your passion and pursue it at all costs — that’s the advice of Dr. Dot Richardson, who shares how her journey led to health and happiness.
Even this expert needs reminders to take a breath and enjoy some of the unexpected journeys that can pop up when traveling. Gary McKechnie shares his story of the road less traveled, and why his mantra is, “let it be.”
When things go well, it’s easy to take credit. But what about when things go poorly? Are you just as quick to assume responsibility? Pat Williams says the bad times are just as important as the good for learning and growing.
So you reached your goal — great! What next? Rowdy Gaines says it’s crucial to set the next goal, and the next and so on. The minute you get complacent, you lose your momentum. Here’s Rowdy’s advice.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Roger McGuinn shares a story of how he created one of the Byrds’ biggest hits, and why it’s a good lesson for changing the way we look at things and leading happier lives.
If you could live forever — would you want to? What if there were drugs to make it possible…who would get them first? Author Barbara Hannah Grufferman tackles this tough topic.