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Norman Lear may have just turned 94, but the iconic television writer and producer is showing no signs of slowing down.
He recently wrapped up an autobiography, was featured in a new documentary about his life — "Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You" — and has a handful of TV projects in the pipeline, including a remake of his '70s sitcom, "One Day at a Time."
Not to mention, he's a father of six.
How does he manage it all?
His secret boils down to two words, Lear told Binge and CNBC anchor Carl Quintanilla: "I think the two least considered small words in the English language may be 'over' and 'next'. When something is over, [it's] over. We're onto next."
He said the "over and next" philosophy allows him to stay present and focused.
"I live in that moment," Lear said. "I mean this is it — this is the best conversation I could possibly be having, and it took me 93 years to get here."
Coming Sept. 6 on "Binge," Carl Quintanilla talks with Morgan Freeman and his producing partner, Lori McCreary, about how Trump vs. Clinton has changed Hollywood.