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Mel Walsh


6 Ways To Take Charge Of Your Life In Retirement

Mel Walsh | Posted August 23, 2012

Though retirement is stereotyped as a geezer Garden of Eden furnished with recliners and a flat screen TV, it can be tough. You'd never know it, though, from the ads. You've seen them --beautiful Botoxed models with silver hair, riding bikes on a country lane or sitting in seaside bath tubs waiting for the moment to be right.
Debra Ollivier


Rob Reiner On The Magic Of Belle Isle And 'Living Your Life Until You Can't'

Debra Ollivier | Posted August 23, 2012

Reiner has had a long, illustrious career starting as an actor in the TV role of "Meathead" in "All in the Family" and moving on to directing classics such as "When Harry Met Sally," "A Few Good Men," and "Sleepless in Seattle." Huff/Post50 recently spoke with Reiner about and his third act.
Terri Cole


Tools For Dealing With The Fear Of Success

Terri Cole | Posted August 23, 2012

It is safe to say most of us have some fear of failure. It makes sense. No one wants to be defeated, let down, or embarrassed. Interestingly enough, fear of success is the other side of the same coin.
Linda Durnell


Under the Influence of Joy: 8 Ways to Create More Joy

Linda Durnell | Posted August 23, 2012

In every dark moment there exists its opposite. Continue to hang on and know you have the strength within you to find joy. It is there -- I promise.
Caroline Myss


Oprah and Caroline Myss: Intuition, Power and Grace

Caroline Myss | Posted August 23, 2012

It seems that we never run out of ways to explore who we really are at the core of our inner being. Each new question we ask has the potential to open yet another passageway into the depths of our souls.
Daniel Gulati


More Options, More Problems

Daniel Gulati | Posted August 23, 2012

A relentless quest to accumulate more options might be sabotaging your career and harming your well-being. Here's why.