This is the year of the Growing Bolder Challenge. It’s the year you make a deal with yourself to improve your health and fitness. Terry Peterson, aka the Unigeezer, accepted the GB Challenge in a big, bold way.
Passion and ambition knows no age limits. Just ask the 79-year-old retired (and unretired) vice-chairmen of General Motors and Rita Coolidge, the woman with a four-decade long career. They’re finding new ways to keep growing bolder.
Few singers have had careers as long or as successful as Rita Coolidge. For more than four decades, her music has been the soundtrack of our lives, and she’s still finding new ways to make songs uniquely hers.
Barbara Van Orden is living proof you might be able to break the body, but you just can’t break the spirit. As her entertainment career was skyrocketing, it all came crashing down after a horrific accident. Find out how she learned to swim, not sink.
After discovering some old photos of his parents that he’d never seen before, comedian and blogger Eliot Glazer had a realization — my parents were awesome! His revelation led to a smash hit blog of the same name and now a best-selling book!
When Detroit gets in trouble, General Motors usually turns to its fiery retired vice-chairman Robert Lutz. Find out why, at 79, he’s always willing to unretire and shake up the “bean counters” to remind them what’s really important about car buying.
“Eight Miles High” was The Byrds’ third (and final) top 20 hit. But why were there two versions of the song? Why was it briefly banned from radio? And which famous musician’s instrument is emulated in it? Byrds’ co-founder Roger McGuinn reveals all.
What will you do with your extra years? Each generation lives longer and longer, and none of us want to waste the time we have. Author and Buddhist teacher Lewis Richmond says it’s crucial to embrace change and examine what makes us happy.
This episode of the GBRS is all about embracing change. Learn how to navigate through new technologies, new passions and new ways to live. What are you going to do with the rest of your life?
She’s been named one of the 25 most influential women when it comes to travel and she’s the author of the best-selling travel book of all time! See what Patricia Schultz says about getting the most out of your next vacation.