One class at a time; one day at a time. Kay Mullally is not a typical student, but she does represent an entire generation of women who were told that college was not in the cards. After raising a family, Kay decided to take a step into the future.
For more than 30 years, John Zickefoose hid a secret from his teachers, his family, his wife and his children. Then one day, his 7-year-old son forced him to come clean — John couldn’t read or write. Find out how he changed his life.
It’s hard enough to change careers when you’ve suddenly lost your old one. But could you make the switch if you were still successfully employed in your old field? See how one man left the business world behind to become a filmmaker.
For nearly 40 years, he has been a lead voice in one of most successful bands in history — the Oak Ridge Boys. In his new book, Joe Bonsall shares what he’s learned about the importance of being quiet.
Author Barbara Rose Brooker says she got so tired of ageism that she decided to do what she does best — write about it. Her book, The Viagra Diaries, is being turned into an HBO series and Barbara is organizing Age Marches across the country.
He’s a best-selling author, maker of millionaires and philanthropist. So what drives Mark Victor Hansen to stay so positive? We ask the creator of “Chicken Soup for the Soul” to share his secrets.
Bobby Goldsboro was one of the most influential singer-songwriters of our time. Despite a hugely successful music career, he kept trying new things. As he prepares to turn 70, Bobby says he can’t remember a better time in his life.
She didn’t start writing until the age of 81 — but now she’s a published author who’s getting rave reviews! She may be a novelist, but Eugenia Lovett West’s real life love story is a page-turner, too.
Can you believe this gorgeous woman is 75? And Oleda Baker says she’s more creative, more alive and more inspired than ever. She talks to GB CEO Marc Middleton about life, love and the pursuit of happiness.
Everyone wanted to know when her book was coming out. “What book?” she always answered. Eventually she realized everyone wanted to know the real story behind her amazing Olympic comeback.