Roger Brooks

Roger Brooks

The Khan Academy: To Teach His Own

By Roger Brooks | December 13, 2012

From his tiny office above a San Francisco teahouse, Sal Khan is teaching me calculus. He hunch

Your Personal Best: Montel Williams

By Roger Brooks | December 3, 2012

At 3 a.m.,most people, even most highly successful people, are deep in sleep, resting for the

Sean Stephenson

A 3-Foot Giant

By Roger Brooks | November 16, 2012

It’s 7 a.m. and Sean Stephenson is in Go Mode. When he finally gets a couple of hours&rsq

Shared Hobbies: How They Help Keep the Spark Alive

By Roger Brooks | October 31, 2012

Beyond a healthy relationship, hobbies also reduce stress and offer numerous health benefits (especially if you choose active options). And, if you’re willing to explore totally new experiences, you’ll push yourself creatively and physically. Ready to get started? We’ve found a handful of engaging hobbies that both men and women will find enjoyable and challenging.…

From the Corner Office: Life is Good

By Roger Brooks | May 7, 2012

Ask Bert and John Jacobs about their multimillion-dollar company and they’ll say you eith

A Work in Progress

By Roger Brooks | November 2, 2011

If you wandered into Mission Hills, Calif., in the late ’60s and early ’70s, you would

Tyler Perry’s Hollywood: Diary of a Mad Black… Mogul

By Roger Brooks | September 6, 2011

Success is a slippery word. Ask a dozen people to define it, and you&

Pele: Eye on the Ball

By Roger Brooks | May 26, 2011

Chances are, you’ve never heard of Edson Arantes do Nascimento. You probably don’t

Pioneering Spirit

By Roger Brooks | April 13, 2011

Sally Ride is never satisfied. She learned early in life that while she may have to try

Derek Fisher: Faith, Family and Hard Work

By Roger Brooks | February 10, 2011

It’s rare for a basketball player to get a standing ovation for merely showing up