I don’t want to rain on anyone’s parade, but I’m changing things up this year and making a few New Year’s “un-resolutions.” Perhaps it’s the campaign for irreverent and audacious aging I’ve been on since the publication of Courageous Aging: Your Best Years Ever Reimagined.
Check out my recent article published on ThriveGlobal.com https://thriveglobal.com/stories/the-politics-of-age/
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 world the past 69 years. But the pain got to be too much. When I re-imagined my best possible future last year, I saw
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 gracious receiver? Opening your heart to the full measure of someone’s love, affection, appreciation, and gratitude seems like a simple
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 in his own life? Perhaps so. You see, having played soccer in high school and all the way up to
We’re at the doorstep of a breakthrough in America. Given the sense of outrage and the re-traumatization of millions of women in our country over the past several weeks, and the fear that the FBI’s investigation of, as well as the Senate vote on, Brett
Supporting Someone Who is Grieving – A Few Do’s and Don’ts for Family, Friends & Co-workers DO’S Express your condolences. A simple, sincere “I’m so sorry for your loss,” a soft hand on their shoulder and/or a caring hug are usually perfect. Be
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 lives, and today give their service to all of us. As one who has been called upon after some of
Many of us spend a good part of our lives learning how to stand up for ourselves. The willingness and ability to say how we feel and what we need is not only essential to our survival, it can lead to greater understanding, intimacy, and
Ken appeared on KUSI News this morning to discuss the impact of John McCain’s memorial service – describing it as “a teachable moment in our country”. Click to view the segment. Have a safe and happy Labor Day weekend!