By Richard J. Anthony, Sr.
Gerald (Jerry) S. Segal, Esq. is a husband, father, and grandfather. A prominent Philadelphia attorney. An influential civic leader. A generous philanthropist. An avid golfer. And an indomitable quadriplegic.
I first met Jerry in his downtown office overlooking Philadelphia’s Parisian look-alike, Ben Franklin Parkway, a broad swatch of greenery [...]
“One of the most fascinating studies I’ve ever done,” says Peter Francese, founder of American Demographics Magazine and one of the nation’s leading demographics and consumer marketing experts, describing the report published last summer by MetLife Mature Market Institute titled “American Grandparents: New Insights for a New Generation of Grandparents.”
Distilled from an impressive compilation [...]
Which is worse: Persistent snoring and lack of oxygen because you repeatedly stop breathing for 10 seconds, more or less, throughout the night, or wearing a face mask with an extended hose attached to a machine that pumps air into your nostrils? That’s the dilemma millions of men and women face as the incidence of [...]
I recently sent my urologist an anniversary card in appreciation for saving my life after I was diagnosed with prostate cancer ten years ago.
“Mr. Anthony, I have the results of the biopsy. I’m afraid it’s positive. When would you like to schedule the surgery?”
That was the jolting call I’d received from another urologist [...]
He fathered the video game industry in 1974 with the creation of Atari, one of the most successful entries ever in the consumer electronics market. Thirty-seven years later, after an impressive list of other breakthrough ventures, Nolan Bushnell, dad to eight and grandfather to three (Sadie 3; Rumiah, 8; and Kaden, 11), is on a [...]
To millions of people worldwide who have read his books, attended his seminars or sat in his classroom over the past three decades, Dr. Ken Blanchard is an iconic thought leader in the fields of leadership and management, a sophisticated storyteller who deftly uses sports metaphors and allegory to entertain, rivet attention and drive home [...]
To avoid debilitating the human spirit, a barrage of bad news must be tempered with at least a modicum of hope, of optimism that things can be turned for the better. That through effort and team work, people can drive positive change.
The doom and gloom headlines of the past several months have reminded me [...]