Need proof it’s never, ever too late to make your dreams come true? Meet a woman who decided she wanted to be a movie star … at the age of 65! Now in her 80s, Jo Farkas explains why it’s the best decision she ever made.
All reinvent-yourself Stories
What does retirement look like in your life? If you’re retired now, is it everything you wanted to be? John and Carolyn Brzezinski decided to take their passion and turn it into a second career. See how they’re now road tripping for a living!
After retiring from a distinguished academic career, Alex Rotas reinvented herself as a photographer, despite knowing next-to-nothing about photography.
Want to reinvent your life but you don’t know where to start? Silvana Clark has some good ideas. Find out how she’s carved out a niche career with her husband as marketers who travel the country, do good for others and get paid to do it!
Think it’s too late to start over? Think again. Award-winning actress and activist Marlo Thomas shares what she learned from collecting the stories of 60 women who started over. Find out why she’s convinced it’s never too late to reinvent yourself.
Valerie Ramsey is living proof that not only is it never too late to reinvent your life, there’s no obstacle too great that you can’t overcome on your path to finding your dreams. Get her tips for creating your “what’s next?”
Rock climbing, yoga practitioner, hiker and sports psychologist Virginia Savage says she has learned an important lesson through her many adventures — you don’t have to overcome your fears, just learn how to move through them. Learn more.
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 you believe that this woman is 73 years old? Find out how beginning to work out at the age of 56 changed her life forever.
Hey, did you hear the one about the 75-year-old comic? This is no joke – Lynn Ruth Miller has discovered a new career on the stage and she’s using her act to set the record straight on aging.
In golf, as in life, there’s a fine line between success and failure. Not many have heard of Jay Golden, but his contributions to the game may be greater than anyone else on the Tour. Well, at least more varied!
Larry Roofner was a corporate executive, a mover and shaker and a big-time success. And it nearly killed him. He walked away from it all, and at 52, he reinvented himself.