Orlando Magic Sr. VP Pat Williams is a man of many passions -- marathons, writing books and his 19 children!
Do survivors of life’s greatest tragedies possess a secret knowledge? Why do some people blossom through adversity and others fall apart? Author Mark Matousek uncovers the Art of Living.
5 Tips on Parenting Adolescents - Part 1
Life inherently contains many stressful situations. When you have kids, you multiply the number of stressful situations by a lot, and when they reach adolescence, the number usually goes through the roof. Besides, parenting can be more even challenging if you actually want to do well at it! Meaning you are probably trying hard at it (you are reading an article on parenting after all). You are...
His wife left him and his best friend died. Instead of drowning in depression, Neil Pasricha started taking note of all the awesome things about life. Find out how you too can start appreciating simple, universal joys.
Can Your Marriage Pass the 50-Year Mark?
What's the best way to achieve everlasting matrimony? Why waste your money on counselors and therapists when you can get advice from a host of couples all married more than 50 years themselves!
Fortune 500 companies call on him to teach their employees how to become more effective and successful. Now, we're bringing him to you.
Analyst James Hollis, Ph.D., wants you to stop living an accidental life and start living a considered life. Learn how to trust the dreams, feelings and hopes you may have shoved aside over the years.
Even very bad days in life can be very good days in terms of learning about ourselves and our personal growth. That's one of the four purposes of life thought leaders Dan Millman wants you to learn to become the person you're meant to be.
Paris Hilton has nothing on the original party girl, Sally Pierone. She even had her own Nicole Ritchie sidekick -- President Teddy Roosevelt's granddaughter, Theodora. After her life fell apart, she put it back together when she was 73 years old.
Harold "Bud" Boughton
He's come up with four leadership principles he thinks we can all live by, and rather than writing a run-of-the-mill how-to book, Harold "Bud" Boughton imagines how a dying father would teach his kids a final lesson.