Bill Ferguson is a relationship guru and author who says it’s never too late to reconnect with who you really are. After starting his career as a divorce attorney, Ferguson found fame as a lawyer who could take the conflict out of splitting up.
He’s been deemed the greatest Sunday crossword puzzle creator in the world and has even appeared on an episode of “The Simpsons.” But Merl Reagle says his games aren’t just fun — they’re also good for your brain.
One woman made the journey through despair and transformed into someone fully alive. Cheryl Strayed writes about those experiences in her book, “Wild,” and it’s caught the attention of Oprah Winfrey.
She’s famous for being Oprah’s best friend, but she’s earned her own place in the spotlight thanks to her talent and hard work. Gayle King says one of the most exciting parts about aging these days is you never know what the next chapter will be.
What if you could live with a lot less stuff and a lot less money, yet be happier than you’ve ever been? It’s not a trick. It can happen. Peter Walsh will help you learn how to lighten up your 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.
His life was one of abuse and rejection. The more he suffered, the stronger his resolve. No one believed in him, until a chance meeting with a fledgling talk show host changed everything.
Are your negative vibes keeping you down in life? Learn how to harness the Law of Attraction with one of Oprah’s favorite people.
If you’re feeling hopeless and down in the dumps, Michael Losier says he can help you change your entire life with one simple action: change your attitude.
You’ve seen her on Oprah with her pal Julia Roberts teaching us all how to live a little greener. Find out how you can help the Earth without giving up the glamour in your life.