STAYING POWER: Any conversation about the most remarkable voices in Jamaica's media world must include the venerable Tony Young, who chalks up his longevity in the biz to good old-fashioned passion for what long turned out to be his life's calling. I think it's because I love what I'm doing. Sometimes I'll take a break and when you come back it seems like you're fresh again," insists Young, who is at present the General Manager for Programmes at KLAS/ESPN Sports. "So it's just a matter of keeping up to date with what's happening, enjoying what you're ding and trying to stay relevant." And when it comes to living in the moment as a man well into his 50s — and savouring the endless possibilities of what the future can hold? "I am comfortable with my life," says Young, who kick-started his career back in the eighties emceeing concerts at his church. "I have my challenges like other people, but you learn to live within your means and help out where you can. Making a difference always makes me happy."