I turn 70 in a few days, and it’s got me thinking: What does that really mean? Three things come to mind. First, I’m grateful
Make This Valentine’s Day Truly Special: Give the Gift of … You
Valentine’s Day (V-Day) is on the horizon. Some of us have special plans for Friday, February 14, including dinner reservations, a fun night out, or
Taking My New Knee on a Test Drive
It’s been ten weeks since I got my new knee. With the help of my fiancée, Lisette, and my physical therapist, I’ve made my way
Happy New Year! Check out my article in Costco Connection
I hope that 2019 brings immeasurable love, joy, peace, health and prosperity into your life. Our 2019 started out gloriously surrounded by family, friends and
The Age of Politics
Check out my recent article published on ThriveGlobal.com https://thriveglobal.com/stories/the-politics-of-age/
My New Knee…
I’ve put a lot of hard miles on these knees, playing basketball and club soccer, competing in the Senior Olympics, and hiking trails across the
It’s Almost Thanksgiving—Is Your “Receiver” Broken?
Giving is one thing. Receiving is another. Would it surprise you to learn that the best gift you can give this Thanksgiving is being a
What Is Courageous Living, Really?
Is the fish always the last to discover the ocean? And is the 69-year-old author who writes about courageous living the last to discover courage
Ken’s Speech for the San Diego 9/11 Stair Climb Memorial
KEYNOTE ADDRESS Thank you for inviting me to be a part of this great event honoring those Firefighters and First Responders who have given their
When the “Very Best of Hands” Turns Out to Be the Press
When I was a small, impressionable boy, my mother, a New York theater lover, took me to see Li’l Abner, one of Broadway’s best-loved musicals.
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