Margaret Kohn plans to summit Mount Kilimanjaro in honor of the victims of Orlando’s Pulse nightclub shooting, despite her diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.
What is Growing Bolder and why is it a show that is resonating with people across the country? Let us show you!
In this episode of “Surviving & Thriving,” meet a man who survived the seemingly unsurvivable. Find out why he credits rock and roll with saving his life. Plus, former co-anchors Wendy Chioji and Jim Payne reunite to discuss Wendy’s life after TV news and the lessons learned from her latest bout with cancer.
You may think it’s just music to your ears but music is actually a whole lot more. On this special episode of Growing Bolder, we celebrate the power of music and its potential to improve your life in countless ways.
In this episode of Surviving & Thriving, two stroke survivors show recovery is possible. Plus, meet a three-sport, straight-A student who battled back from a brain tumor to get back into the game.
A stroke left Valerie Greene unable to talk, walk or even speak. She’s not only battled back, she’s changing the lives of stroke survivors around the world. See how she uses her story to show others recovery is possible.
In this episode of “Surviving & Thriving,” meet a woman who nearly died after childbirth from a heart condition that baffled doctors. Plus, a man’s musings on life, faith and cancer following his diagnosis with an incurable form of cancer.
It’s no secret that the world has become an increasingly hostile place, particularly the Internet. GB’s Secily Wilson is here with a Takeaway that will make you reconsider how you’re treating the people around you, including loved ones and complete strangers.
When the inevitable winds of change blow through your life, how will you react? Growing Bolder’s Secily Wilson explains the one character trait we’ve seen in every interview we’ve conducted with active centenarians and how you can apply their example to your life.
This is Growing Bolder. The show about ordinary people doing extraordinary things. You can do that, too. Why not? Why settle for a life that’s anything less than extraordinary?