On this episode, meet a man who proves it’s NEVER too late to stitch together a dream. He’s making it come true, with an invention reinvention. Plus, we’ll introduce you to a man whose 40 years of experience in news has resulted in some of the most breathtaking space photos in history and to a woman who had a lucky break — on a dare! All that, plus an Olympic hero provides insight on one of the fastest-growing sports for 50+.
Scot Weiss loves what he’s doing but admits it’s a daily struggle. Weiss left a promising career in finance to chase an American dream – inventing a product and starting a company. Now, he’s discovering the importance of belief and the power of persistence.
In 40 years as a photojournalist, Red Huber covered some of the biggest news events of our time. Some of his most famous – and breathtaking – photos are his shots of space shuttle launches. How does he do it? Find out!
Brooks Johnson is a 76-year-old Hall of Fame track coach who has coached an athlete at every Olympics since 1968. David Oliver is a 28-year-old superstar destined to become the greatest high hurdler of all time. Together, Johnson and Oliver are rewriting the record books and proving the power of intergenerational relationships.
Kay Davis auditioned on a dare, and the next thing she knew, she was the vocalist of one of the greatest bands of all time.
Twitter, YouTube, GPS…all words many of us didn’t know five years ago, and now we use them on a daily basis! So what are the next tech trends? Time to take a look.