For someone who was introduced to us as a dumb blonde, Suzanne Somers has evolved into one of the most thoughtful celebrities. Plus, artist Gregory Kloehn, Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski and actress Anne Archer.
Opportunity had always seemed to find broadcasting legend Jane Pauley. Then, when she was in her mid-50s, the phone stopped ringing. In a candid conversation, Jane talks with Growing Bolder about her reluctance to reinvent herself but she also reveals how it’s been one of the most rewarding phases of her life.
Sonia Warshawski survived three death camps during the Holocaust yet seldom spoke about it in the decades that followed. As she approaches 90, she’s talking about it for the first time. Find out why.
For someone who was introduced to us as a dumb blonde, Suzanne Somers has evolved into one of the most thoughtful celebrities. She shares what she’s learned about taking charge of your own health.
See how an ingenious artist is turning what’s typically thought of as trash into functional, livable, portable shelters for the homeless.
Anne Archer has starred in some of the biggest blockbusters in Hollywood history, but that doesn’t mean she’s immune to the industry’s ageism and sexism. Find out how she’s fighting back and feeling bolder than ever!
What do you get when you combine one of the world’s greatest mountains, one of the world’s greatest mountaineers with one of the world’s greatest causes? One of the world’s greatest adventures.
When you do what you love with passion and hope, and you work to change lives, amazing things can happen. We’re very proud to announce that a video featuring our own Wendy Chioji and airing as part of Growing Bolder TV has won two Telly awards!
Remember when no dream seemed too big? We’ve got a secret: you’ve been programmed to give up. But here’s the good news: dreams can come true at any time, at any age. Growing Bolder’s Marc Middleton offers you encouragement to chase your dreams in this Growing Bolder Minute.
Petty Officer Michael McCastle’s father died from complications of Parkinson’s disease in 2014. Not willing to stand by and do nothing, the sailor is bringing to attention to the cause. Recently, he broke a world record and raised nearly $2,000 for the Michael J. Fox Foundation, all in tribute to his late father. In just under 27 hours, McCastle climbed a 20-foot rope a total of 29,029 feet — the height of Mount Everest.