This holiday Monday we're tapping into the collected wisdom of some colorful characters, to find out what life has taught them about love, success and failure.
One of Canada's greatest legends, Gordon Lightfoot, talks about life on the stage, and his near-death experience.
Gene Simmons of KISS fame gives us his take on why money can buy happiness. And Sammy Hagar, former Van Halen frontman, on the perils of fame.
Plus, multiple award winner Christopher Plummer talks about why he never wants to retire, and what success means to him.
For more on Lightfoot's tour: click here.
Tune in for a special holiday edition of Connect this Monday at 8 p.m. ET.