Learn how four brothers used their shared experiences to come up with a bold idea to make a big difference in the lives of cancer survivors that not only inspires people but shows what’s possible when you’re willing to make the climb.
Pat Williams is a man who knows how to get things done. From co-founding an NBA team to writing nearly 90 books and running in dozens of marathons, he believes there’s nothing you can’t do. It’s the same attitude he’s bringing to fighting his cancer.
The book “Tuesdays With Morrie” deeply touches millions of people around the world, but when Bob Lee read it, it inspired him to embark on a mission to make a huge difference in the world. Find out why he now rides to save lives.
Growing Bolder TV show co-host Wendy Chioji is a hard woman to keep up with. We got Wendy to slow down just long enough to fill us in on some of recent exciting activities, including raising with Lance Armstrong in Hawaii and traveling to Japan.
Bra-ha-ha is an event that allows breast cancer survivors and supporters to express themselves and even find the humor in breast cancer. See how something so funny can do some serious good.
Eric Gelber is on a one-man mission to eradicate an incurable cancer. He’s so committed to the cause that he just completed a 44-hour, 155-mile run! Find out how much he raised and why he pushes his body to such extreme limits.
This is the story of a man trying to find himself and fighting through heartbreak. After the death of his wife, he found peace through running, and in turn, became one of the world’s top endurance runners and adventurers.
Just surviving Stage 4 lung cancer would be enough for some, but John Casterline has a plan to make a difference. He’s setting out on a 2,650-mile backpacking trek to raise money and awareness for one of the deadliest forms of cancer.
We recently saw a huge spike in traffic. We quickly realized what everyone was watching: the behind-the-scenes footage of GB reporter Wendy Chioji’s calendar photo shoot. We check in with the Internet’s newest “it girl” to get her reaction.
At Growing Bolder, we say it’s not about age; it’s about attitude. And it takes attitude (plus a lot of chutzpah) to show this much skin! Find out why Growing Bolder reporter Wendy Chioji agreed to (swim)suit up for a calendar.