Bruce Frankel – On Embracing Your Dreams

Bruce Frankel began his career in journalism as a reporter at Gannett Newspapers in White Plains, New York, where he won numerous awards for reporting, spot news, and columns.

Bruce Frankel

He went on to become the New York-based national reporter for USA Today — where he covered major breaking news, trials, politics, organized crime and terrorism– and later a senior writer and editor for People magazine. He co-wrote the New York Times bestseller LIFE: World War 2 – History’s Greatest Conflict. But He changed career paths in 2001, when he returned to school at age 51 to earn a masters in poetry. His latest book, What Should I Do With The Rest Of My Life?, introduces readers to a remarkable cast of characters — adults who, later in life, chose to pursue old dreams and embrace new careers on their paths to significant achievements. Bruce is also a cancer survivor. For more info. on Bruce’s work, visit:

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