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RICK REVEALED
More than 30 years after he shot to superstardom, Rick Springfield retains a nearly mesmerizing hold on legions of fans. Superfan Melanie Lentz-Janney dreamt to explain this phenomenon in a documentary. But how do you make a film when you're not a filmmaker and have no funding? With the power of belief. Click here to watch the story.
 
 
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MAKE A MID-COURSE CORRECTION
GROWING BOLDER RADIO

He was living a glamorous, exciting and successful life as a network news correspondent. So why was he so miserable? CBS News reporter Jim Axelrod explains how he found the keys to making a mid-life correction and started running down the right path.
 
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INSPIRATION FROM A WORLD AWAY
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Tracy Stone was at rock bottom. She was in the midst of a devastating divorce and struggling to find her way as a single mom. But then this self-described nervous, risk-averse person felt herself drawn to the war-torn country of Rwanda and before she knew it, her life had changed forever.
 
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IT'S ABOUT THE PEOPLE
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

This month, it seems like everywhere you look you see some pink product being sold to "raise awareness about breast cancer." But October should be about more than pink -- it should be about the people. We have one of the world's largest libraries of interviews with breast cancer survivors, warriors, fundraisers and doctors. There's power in their stories of surviving and thriving, and we urge you to get to know the real faces of this disease. Whether you've been recently diagnosed, you're a 10-year survivor or you've never been diagnosed, their stories will inspire you to never give up on life and will show you how to start living the life of your dreams, from this day forward.

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REINVENTION UNDERWAY
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A lot of us can relate to the situation GB member kalinda finds herself in -- she's raised her children, lost a child, spent years taking care of a grandchild, is in her late 50s and now she's on a quest -- to find herself. She says her real self has been on a shelf for so long she's no longer sure she would recognize her. Sound familiar? Check out her blog and send her any tips and well wishes you can offer about the journey to self-discovery.

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