Growing Bolder: Mickey Gilley; Steve Franklin; Regina Brett; Rhonda Britten
His rendition of “Stand By Me” in the movie “Urban Cowboy” launched Mickey Gilley’s career into the stratosphere, but wait until you hear about the many obstacles he’s had to overcome since then. After battling back from a paralysis that doctors said would mean he’d never walk again, the 78-year-old is up, walking around and more passionate than ever about performing live.
What can centenarians teach you about healthy aging? EVERYTHING! Former college professor Steve Franklin has interviewed more than 500 people 100 and younger and shares the three principles you can start adapting NOW to live longer, better.
A breast cancer diagnosis sent Regina Brett on a journey that altered her life’s focus. She shares what she’s learned on her journey and offers tips for helping people learn to focus on the things that really matter, no matter how messy life gets.
As a teen, Rhonda Britten witnessed something no one, but especially a child, should ever see. It sent her spiraling into two decades of depression and addiction. She emerged on the other side and is now one of the most famous life coaches around. Get her tips for surviving the worst that life can throw at you and still finding the joy in life.
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