If you think you can’t relate to a celebrity or that you would never have anything in common with someone famous, wait until you get to know Toni Tennille of the beloved duo The Captain and Tennille. Plus, NPR reporter Barbara Bradley Hagerty, Broadway’s Jesse Cutler and actress Jo Farkas.
Hunter Kemper, a four-time Olympian and one of the greatest triathletes in U.S. history, talks exclusively to Growing Bolder about his difficult decision to end his quest for his record-setting fifth Olympic games. Find out what’s next and how his family and his faith are keeping him positive about the future.
In the 1960s, few acts, including the Beatles, could match the success of Herb Alpert and his famed Tijuana Brass Band. Herb shares stories from his legendary career and even treats us to playing a little bit of music. Find out why, even at 81, he works every day to be a better musician. Plus, find out why he and his wife of 42 years have helped give away tens of millions of dollars to support artists of all kinds over the past 20 years.
Best-selling author Neil Pasricha describes his latest book, “The Happiness Equation” and shares how contentment and freedom just may lead to you having everything you want and need. Plus, architect Matthias Hollwich, skateboarder Neil Unger and runner Ida Keeling.
Need proof it’s never, ever too late to make your dreams come true? Meet a woman who decided she wanted to be a movie star … at the age of 65! Now in her 80s, Jo Farkas explains why it’s the best decision she ever made.