Author Daniel Klein wants to know what’s so wrong with being old? The 73-year-old says he’s tired of watching his peers fighting hard to stay young and he’s more interested in aging authentically. So, he’s turning to the Greeks for inspiration.
Procrastinators, are you tired of getting a bad rap? Next time someone tries to tell you you’re lazy because you put things off, just tell them you’re a structured procrastinator. Author John Perry explains.
Growing Bolder contributor and author Pat Williams enjoyed a long friendship with the legendary coach John Wooden. Pat explains why he wanted to surprise the late coach for his 100th birthday with a book that details Wooden’s 7 guiding principles.
Robert Sleigh may have retired as a philosophy professor, but he was far from retired from life. At age 75, he not only entered the World Championships of Indoor Rowing, but he won!
For 22 years, Bob Matteson has lived by the philosophy of getting the most out of life not matter how old you are. For someone who’s 92 years old – that’s a pretty good concept.
At 78, Stavros Melissinos still works every day in his small shop in Athens, Greece. He’s a philosopher who has published 10 books of poetry and mastered the ancient Greek craftsmanship of sandal-making. Wait until you see some of his celebrity clients.