When Chris Rosati was 39 years old and expecting his second child, he received the unimaginable news that he had ALS. On average, the life expectancy after diagnosis of ALS is three years. But today, five and a half years later, Chris writes -- with the help of his computer as his voice -- a moving "Note to Self" about his decision to dedicate his remaining days to making other people happy.
When Joe Biden was 29 years old, he became one of the youngest people elected to the U.S. Senate. He has remained a member of the federal government in the 44 years that followed. Now, at age 73, the 47th vice president of the United States looks back on a remarkable career and life in "CBS This Morning's" Emmy-nominated series, Note to Self.
Chelsea Handler is the latest celebrity to make the move to Netflix, with a new documentary series called "Chelsea Does." Over the years, she has worn different and funny hats, including stand-up comedian, author and host of her own late-night show for seven years. But as she prepared to launch her Netflix series, the 40-year-old took time to write a letter of advice to her 20-year-old self in the latest installment of “CBS This Morning’s” Emmy-nominated series, "Note to Self."
The veteran actress is up for her first Golden Globe Awards in nearly 30 years, thanks to her role in the new movie, "Youth." At age 77, she already owns seven Golden Globes and two Oscars, honoring a career stretching from the silver screen to the stage. Now, Fonda opens up about her life behind-the-scenes in the latest installment of our Emmy-nominated series, Note to Self.
The 39th president of the United States is releasing a new memoir, "A Full Life." Carter is also a Nobel Peace Prize winner, humanitarian and a former peanut farmer. Now, at age 90, with 12 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren, he looks back on an incredible life in “CBS This Morning’s” Emmy-nominated series, “Note to Self.”