Dr. Phil McGraw got his start on The Oprah Show before branching out to host his own talk show, Dr. Phil. Since his very first day on The Oprah Show, he's been delivering honest advice with his signature wit...and his signature mustache. But to keep life interesting, Dr. Phil says you need to throw in a game-changer every now and then. "People get into ruts too much," he says. "I think we wind up just kind of living somebody else's script for our life. We do what we're expected to do, and it is so easy to wind up just going through the motions instead of doing what you want to do."
Dr. Phil doesn't just talk the talk, he walks the walk. Determined to shake things up himself, he's agreed to shave off the mustache his fans—and his family—have gotten used to. "For the first time in over 40 years, ... I am going to take off the mustache," he says. "I have to practice what I preach!"
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Dr. Oz says people ask him for advice all the time. "America asking the questions keeps me real all the time," he says. And through it all, Dr. Oz says the most important thing he's learned is that people need to show up in their lives. "So many of us think we've got to be motivated to act. It's the opposite," he says. "You have to act first, and then you'll be motivated. If you're not on the field, you can't win the game."
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The most important thing when decorating a new home, Nate says, is to create a space that's representative of you. "It really honors yourself to surround yourself with things that tell the story of your life. Who you are, where you've been, where you aspire to go, what your family's all about, what your values are," he says. "Everywhere you look in your home should speak to you in that way, otherwise it's just decorating."
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Though the economy might have changed a lot, Suze says her tips have always remained the same. "The advice of 12 years ago is still the advice of today," she says. "Use cash. Don't run up credit card debt. And be who you are. Define the things around you; don't let the things around you define you."
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