Uncertainty has defined Wendy Chioji’s life for the last 5 years as she navigates from one trial to another, juggling the reality that she has a rare form of cancer with a powerful determination to not let it steal the joy and adventure that defines her life.
One in four people is living with the painful effects of arthritis. In fact, it’s the number one cause of disability. Dr. Shazia Bég of the UCF College of Medicine explains what you need to know about the various forms of arthritis, including the serious rheumatoid arthritis.
In this episode of Growing Bolder TV: life doesn’t always follow a perfect script. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t make the best out of the most difficult situations and choose to keep Surviving & Thriving®.
Kay Castle-Brinker believes that grandmothers have the power and the obligation to help leave a legacy of peace, acceptance and compassion. That led her to creating The Granny P.A.C.™, a Granny-selected combination of children’s books with positive messages of kindness and acceptance, wrapped in a handmade “pac.”
Of all the rock stars of the ‘70s, few are as recognizable as Ian Anderson. With his wild hair and compelling stage presence, he is the face of the band Jethro Tull. Anderson has always been known for his wit and intelligence. An extended conversation with him is rare, yet always memorable, especially when he takes on the Growing Bolder topic of age, something he says he’s been exploring since Jethro Tull’s very beginning.
In this episode of Growing Bolder TV: life will present every one of us with challenges, but we can overcome any obstacle when we start Growing Bolder. Meet ordinary people who are extraordinary role models.
By the time Jeannette Bajalia turned 55, she’d already experienced what many of us go through in a full lifetime. That journey inspired her to a new career, disrupting the financial services industry, and empowering women across America to make the health-wealth connection and find their worth.