It is never too late to start Growing Bolder. But sometimes, you just need a real example to remind you that no matter the odds and no matter how hard the challenge, there is always time to pursue your dreams.
People around the world are paying tribute to Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, founder of Vulcan, Inc., owner of the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers and the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and noted philanthropist, after his death from complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in October of 2018.
Right now, hundreds of thousands of American families are in the fight against childhood cancer, and every two minutes — another child will receive the diagnosis. But there are stories that give us hope.
You know Senator John McCain’s story. You’ve seen the long list of his accomplishments and service. But you may not know this story, from a fellow Vietnam War POW, who served in a cell next to the future senator.
Actor, advocate, author and podcast host Alan Alda has revealed that he is battling Parkinson’s disease — but in true Growing Bolder fashion, he’s not letting it stop him from pursuing his passions or living his dreams.
We’re thrilled to bring you this inspirational message from Jeannette Bajalia, founder of Woman’s Worth®, Growing Bolder’s financial expert and partner in the Growing Bolder Life Institute and one of the millions of people Surviving & Thriving after cancer.
Sad news to report from Hollywood — one of the world’s most celebrated names in entertainment has died.
Mike Nichols was 83, and his work spanned the industry, from films, plays, TV and music. Known for work including “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” “The Graduate,” “Silkwood” and “Working Girl,” Nichols also earned eight Tony awards, his most recent for the revival of “Death of a Salesman.”
A man named Dennis Minor asked a friend to listen to him sing and tell him if he was any good. Take a listen and see for yourself.
Feel like you’re seeing double? Award-winning actor Michael Douglas just shared some fascinating behind-the-scenes information about his longtime professional and personal relationship with a man who looks eerily similar to himself.
Going green? Be buried in a seagrass coffin. Have a favorite sports team? Why not get a custom casket? Or have your ashes turned into a precious diamond.