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After spending decades running the legendary public-relations firm, Burson is now doing what he loves best: providing unvarnished advice to clients. A team of medical experts, including “a chief medical adviser," keeps him healthy. This, along with a careful diet and regular walks with his terrier, Robbie, has helped him stay active and engaged. Burson has the occasional Jack Daniels on the rocks as a “life stretcher."