Reclusive actor, comedian, musician and entrepreneur Dan Aykroyd rarely gives interviews. But when his fans showed up by the hundreds for a bottle singing, he stayed until he had met them all and signed whatever they brought with them.
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.
Do you believe in yourself? Do you believe you can do anything? Growing Bolder’s Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer share the story of exercise guru Tony Little to inspire you to overcome the doubters in your life.
For more than 40 years, friends and business partners Billy Fels and Doug Montgomery have kept everyone from Springsteen to Buffett strumming away. These guitar guys share their secrets, including how they managed to, against all odds, become grey haired guys still in the rock and roll business!
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.
Love can move mountains. In this episode of Growing Bolder, see how one woman’s triumph over disease led her on her journey to nearly 20,000 feet above the Earth’s surface!
Whenever life tries to shatter your dreams, pick up the pieces and start Growing Bolder. In this episode of the nationally syndicated Growing Bolder TV show, we’ll show you how.
Want to know about Growing Bolder? Have you always wanted to meet Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer? Join us at 90.7 WMFE’s studios for Growing Bolder Live!
The result, after 8 years of Growing Bolder Radio, is exactly what we had hoped for — a fascinating, and in many ways, a historical library of over three thousand 8-to-12 minute inspirational interviews with some of the most amazing men and women on the planet, many of whom are no longer with us.
In this episode of “Surviving & Thriving,” meet a woman who lost more than 300 pounds — without surgery — and a woman who was on her deathbed until a stranger stepped in to help from across the country.