Clean and sober at 76, R&B pioneer George Clinton is more energetic, more creative and funkier than he has been in decades. Find out how he got his Mothership back on course.
John Seevers was born with birth defects in both legs. A series of surgeries led doctors to perform a double rotation — turning his forward-facing feet backwards. He doesn’t want you to feel sorry for him or to tell him to “hang in there.” He wants you to watch him racing hard against able-bodied swimmers, setting records in the process, and realize that we’re all capable of standing tall.
Addiction nearly stole former pro wrestler Marc Mero’s life, but now he’s reclaimed it. See how the former Johnny B. Badd is sharing his good news with kids, teaching them real-world lessons about life, bad influences and the unconditional love of parents.
Steve Stover is grateful to be alive and he thinks his life was saved, in part, by rock and roll. Find out how he survived one of the most horrific concert accidents of all time and learned to live again, overcoming incredible obstacles.
Randy Gage overcame a troubled youth to become a multimillionaire and he says you can become one, too. He explains.
Jamieson Thomson Thomas is in the midst of two major comebacks. See how this national champion rower is battling her way back from injury and, at the same time, forging a new career as a fine artist.
Are you willing to step up to the plate for your own life? No matter what hardships you may face, Tony Little says you CAN do it and you CAN survive. Get his advice for how you can do it.
Do you ever look at a public person and think, “what in the world does that person have to complain about?” Exercise guru Tony Little cautions you against judging a book by its cover because often, we have no idea the hardships someone is trying to survive.
Bonner Paddock was born with cerebral palsy but it hasn’t slowed him down. From climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro to completing a grueling Ironman triathlon, he explains why he’s motivated to make a positive difference in the world.
Mary Flynn is an award-winning writer of poetry and fiction and she has a hopeful message for anyone who thinks it’s too late to create the life they love.