Whether you’ve been thinking about changing jobs, starting a hobby, taking an adventure vacation or making a lifestyle change, over the next hour, you’ll find critical information and invaluable motivation.
Join us in our mission to change the way the world looks at aging? How are we doing that? By finding ordinary people who are pursuing extraordinary lives. These are their stories.
This is Growing Bolder. The show about ordinary people doing extraordinary things. You can do that, too. Why not? Why settle for a life that’s anything less than extraordinary?
Before her death at 109, Ruth Hamilton filed dozens of video blogs for GrowingBolder.com. On this visit, we brought her the one thing she said she missed most about the “outside world” — rye bread and jelly. Enjoy life’s simple pleasures with Ruth.
The creator of the Global Film Festival explains how she’s helping to redefine the word “peace” and why it doesn’t have to mean we’ll all agree. In the process, she how she’s encouraging us all to make a difference, no matter our political beliefs.
Parkinson’s disease robs people of their independence and strips away their ability to control their own bodies. So how could that be considered a blessing? Meet Larry Smith and John Alexander, who are using their disease to change lives.
Motivated by grief and compassion after her father died of esophageal cancer, one woman is making huge strides in the future of care for this frequently incurable form of cancer.
Growing Bolder is not an awards show but you wouldn’t know it from this week’s line-up of guests. We’re chatting with a Grammy Award-winning singer, an Oscar-winning actress and a former Olympian and 20-time national champ.
Do you believe that it’s never too late to create the life you want? You should. Ordinary people are living extraordinary lives into their 80s, 90s and beyond.
Whether you’ve been thinking about changing jobs, starting a hobby, taking an adventure vacation or making a lifestyle change, in this hour of Growing Bolder you’ll find critical information and invaluable motivation.