It’s never too late to turn your life around. Johnny Wimbrey was smoking pot by 8, dealing crack by 14 and grew up living in shelters and on the streets. Today, he’s a top motivational speaker. Learn how he made the change.
A college professor in her 50s started recording her 99-year-old grandmother’s daily workouts. It sparked an idea and a new career. In “Lives Well Lived,” Sky Bergman shines a spotlight on 40 people, between the ages of 75 and 100, who are redefining what it means to “grow old.” Find out why this first-time filmmaker felt so passionate about sharing these stories and how she hopes it changes lives.
More than 60 years ago, Barbara Giacino left Syracuse University a few credits shy of her degree in order to get married and raise her family. At 84, she decided she really wanted to finish up her coursework, so she did. This week, she returned to the Central New York campus to, at long last, receive her diploma.
We love comeback stories. We love stories in which ordinary people are able to live extraordinary lives because they are curious, fearless and determined. At 99 and 101 years old respectively, Orville Rogers and Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins will not only inspire you, they just may change your life.
She was her city’s first female African-American lifeguard. She’s spent decades helping and ministering to the people of her community. She’s survived lupus. And now, at the age of 76, Ms. Vi has achieved something she’s dreamed about for years — she’s a college graduate.
Diana Nyad is the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage, a feat she accomplished at the age of 64. Find out what adventure she has planned next!
Need proof that it’s never too late to achieve your dreams? Then wait until you meet Judith McDaniel, who went to law school at 60 and climbed a mountain at 72. Get inspired to chase your own adventures.
It’s never too late to achieve your dream, even if your dream is to direct a feature film. Just ask the filmmaker who is helming his first movie in his 80s!
Randy Gage overcame a troubled youth to become a multimillionaire and he says you can become one, too. He explains.
Dennis Branham has been boldly going where few have gone for decades. After a career in the space industry, he’s now the world’s fastest 85-year-old runner. Find out what inspired him to start and why he’s stuck with running, despite not discovering the sport until his late 30s.