Plus, our interview with R&B Pioneer George Clinton.
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Charmaine Gilbreath had a dream. And nothing, not even age, was going to stop her. At least, that’s what she thought.

She retired at 63, but not to stay home or spend her days at the beach -- instead, she enrolled at The DAVE School to study digital animation and special effects with some of America's top teachers and experts.

Was it easy? Not at all. Charmaine had to overcome challenges inside the classroom and outside of it, including a battle with cancer and stepping in as a caregiver for her husband as he battled a disease of his own. But was it worth it? Charmaine’s answer might inspire you to follow your dreams, too.
Click here to watch the story and get inspired to follow your dreams.


Clean and sober at 76, R&B pioneer George Clinton is more energetic, more creative and funkier than he has been in decades. Find out how he got his Mothership back on course.
Famed financial expert Jean Chatzky says if you take care of your health, your wealth will follow. It’s an investment that won’t cost you a cent — and could save you hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins didn’t start running until she was 100 years old, only to become the fastest female centenarian of all time. We get her to slow down long enough to discuss her newfound fame.
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Do you collect bills each month and then sit down and pay them once a month? Bugs Bower, whose secrets to longevity are shared in Woman's Worth® founder Jeannette Bajalia's book "Planning a Purposeful Life" says that's the wrong approach. Listen to his advice!
It's inevitable: as we age, we're all going to live with some pain. Renowned neurosurgeon and Neurospine Institute founder Dr. Robert Masson says it's important to focus on living a life of functionality and movement, even if that means embracing a certain level of pain.
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