It is never too late to start Growing Bolder. But sometimes, you just need a real example to remind you that no matter the odds and no matter how hard the challenge, there is always time to pursue your dreams.
People around the world are paying tribute to Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, founder of Vulcan, Inc., owner of the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers and the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and noted philanthropist, after his death from complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in October of 2018.
You know Senator John McCain’s story. You’ve seen the long list of his accomplishments and service. But you may not know this story, from a fellow Vietnam War POW, who served in a cell next to the future senator.
Actor, advocate, author and podcast host Alan Alda has revealed that he is battling Parkinson’s disease — but in true Growing Bolder fashion, he’s not letting it stop him from pursuing his passions or living his dreams.
Are you good at accepting compliments? Or do you try to dismiss them? Wendy Chioji has a message for you: stop. Just stop. Learn how to graciously and gratefully accept a compliment.
For her entire career, Wendy Chioji has been defying the odds. Those lessons have never been more important than now, as she battles a rare form of cancer with few treatment options. She shares what she’s learned about the life-changing power of defying the odds and never, ever giving up.
Have you ever felt wronged, or offended? You may be holding on to that anger and resentment but Wendy Chioji has a message for you: it’s time to forgive so you can be set free and start moving forward.
Wendy Chioji wants you to just yes to adventures in life. Don’t just take her word for it. See how she’s living that philosophy in her own life.
Way back when, it wasn’t hard to tell the bad guys from the good — at least on TV! The bad guys wore black hats and the good wore white. Secily Wilson says there’s a lesson you can learn from that, even today.
It’s easy when it’s easy. But what about when the going gets hard? There’s a phrase that Wendy Chioji repeats over and over, and it comes from a time in her life that was fairly hard (climbing the world’s tallest free-standing mountain!).