It makes no difference what the question is — love is always the answer! It’s the way forward and the path through. Researchers say that love raises our immunity, reduces our stress and more. And it doesn’t have to be romantic love. Marc Middleton explains (and reveals the two questions that we all ask ourselves before we die).
Maintaining — our health, our fitness, our friendships — is a myth. We’re either getting better or we’re getting worse. We’re moving slowly in one direction or another and that movement will have momentum. The more we do something, good or bad, the easier it is to keep doing. So, do you have to make drastic changes to start Growing Bolder? Marc Middleton weighs in.
It’s time to re-think retirement — the entire concept! In the past, it signaled the end of life, and the start of a quick decline. But no more. Now, retirement is an opportunity to start Growing Bolder. Here’s how.
There is a battle between anti-aging advocates and the “aging sucks, just deal with it” personas. But there is a large and malleable middle ground. See why we think finding it is the key to Growing Bolder.
When we know with certainty that we have more yesterdays than tomorrows, something happens — or at least, it should. Switch off the auto-pilot that controls your day-to-day life and start pursuing your passion. Here’s how to start.
When it comes to time, our culture wants us to believe that it has less value as the days go by, but that’s backwards! We aren’t made to withdraw from life as we get older. We’re made to lean into it. To be bold and to take risks. Here’s more.
You’ve been brainwashed about aging. We all have! Now is the time to disconnect from those beliefs and to start Growing Bolder.
The first step to Growing Bolder is the hardest, and it’s the reason so many people try and fail the first time. It’s because Growing Bolder — choosing to push back against the negative stereotypes of aging — is an act of faith. Take the leap. Here’s why.
Jim Hobart wanted to remember his grandparents, aunts, uncles and parents as they really were. He wanted more than an old photo and drawing of a family tree. He wanted to remember their voices, their movements, their daily passions. The result is the Legacy Life Project.
Never forget that what the mind believes, the body embraces. We anticipate the negative benchmarks so passionately that we often actually make them come true! And that robs us of the chance to start Growing Bolder. So, we have a last great task to assign you today.