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Lessons Learned: The Story Behind the Classic Book Tuesdays With Morrie

Tuesdays with Morrie is recognized as one of the most popular books on how to live your life with understanding and face your death with dignity. Dave Price recounts what Albom and Koppel had to say about their experiences with Morrie, his advice, and the book itself.

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Does Life Have An Expiry Date? Charles Eugster Didn’t Think So

Are you a runner? Well, Charles Eugster wasn’t. But at the age of 95 he decided to take it up – and was still at it at the age of 97. In fact he became the sprinting world record holder for men 95+. Charles passed away in April, 2017...

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Stepping Outside Our Boxes to Bust Down Stereotypes

So often, we can put people in boxes based on some preconceived stereotype we might believe. Age, religion, gender, money, race – all can contribute to our thoughts and opinions about another person without us even knowing them. But what if we took off these labels and saw each...

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The Positive Side of Aging – It’s Only Up From Here

Aging – it’s a term that is so often associated with negative perceptions. Words like decrepit, cranky, senile, over the hill – are words that are just filled with negativity. Even the term anti-aging is negative. The prefix anti actually means “opposed to, or against”. So with so much...

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Similar Traits At The Heart of Success

What makes some people more successful than others? Is it their background? Their education? Their drive? Or just luck??
Well, as it turns out there are some similarities that successful people share. Here are the 8 traits that are at the heart of their success.

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Some Words of Wisdom – Quotes That Inspire

Don’t you just love a good quote? For some reason, these tidbits of knowledge can sometimes trigger a significant change. Whether it’s getting the courage to try something new, gaining a new perspective or just causing you to slow down and think before taking action – these short statements...

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