For anyone who’s ever had to struggle financially, you’ll find the story of Jean Beliveau very interesting … and very radical. Find out what prompted him to spend 11 years traveling the world by foot.
It’s no secret that our society seems to be in the midst of an emotional meltdown. Psychiatrist and best-selling author Judith Orloff has tips to help you free yourself of the “emotional vampires” in the world and start feeling better today.
She started PETA in her living room nearly 30 years ago, and her success made her wonder if other big ideas could be traced back to one person. Turns out, one person can change the world.
Ed Shadle has a need for speed and he made sure to get it himself. The do-it-yourselfer created a jet-powered car that he hopes can help him break the world land speed record.
Helen Beauchamp is an 88-year-old world record and gold medal collector that likes to throw her wins away — literally.
This is the most famous squirrel in the world.
As a teenager, she swam with Esther Williams, and these days, Florence Carr is the fastest female swimmer over 80 in the world.
Franklin “Bud” Held burst onto the world track and field scene with his record-breaking collegiate career at Stanford University, and at the age of 75, he’s still smashing world records.