Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton, one of the nation’s leading experts on age-related issues, shares his thoughts on the “OK, Boomer debate.” His take may surprise you.
Can a book change your life? Can a book build your business? Phil Madsen thinks so and says that book is “Growing Bolder, Defy the Cult of Youth Live with Passion and Purpose” by Growing Bolder CEO Marc Middleton.
Changing the culture of aging in an extremely ageist society is a monumental challenge. In this 60 Second Soapbox, Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton reveals why he believes real change will only occur when we, as individuals, begin to change our own way of thinking. Stop waiting for policy change and start Growing Bolder.
Yes, words matter, but we can’t allow ourselves to be bullied by them. In this 60 Second Soapbox, Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton explains why coming up with a new, magical term to describe growing older isn’t going to change the way you feel about aging — only you can do that.
One of the greatest gifts that we all possess as we age is creativity. In this 60 Second Soapbox, Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton reveals why creativity may be the thing we all need to live longer, more fulfilled and more engaged lives.
Joe Johnston has the Growing Bolder attitude. He’s had it for years. He just needed someone to preach it. When we were at the National Senior Games recently, we stopped by the pole vaulting competition to check in on Joe because we knew whatever happened, it would be interesting. As usual, Joe, aka badass #1, […]
Growing Bolder is heading to the National Senior Games! What kind of stories will we tell? Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton shares why our stories will have little do with winners and losers and everything to do with celebrating the spirit of all the participants.
It’s not the “retirement” Joanie Schirm imagined. A family mystery turned into a global quest, a journey of discovery, and a personal transformation into an internationally respected scholar, teacher and author. Her new book is a great read and a powerful reminder of the dangers of human aggression and intolerance and the power of love and compassion.
The more we value experience, the more interested we become in travel. Many people over 50 say they regret not traveling more, and would do it more if they had an extra 30 years. News flash: you do have an extra 30 years. See how travel can charge your spiritual and creative batteries.
Our lives are becoming increasingly non-linear with respect to major life events. We can go to school, change careers, start a new business or pursue a new relationship at any age. So, what’s holding you back? Gear up for what’s next.