Are you doing what makes you happy? Truly happy? On this week’s episode of the Growing Bolder Radio Show, you’ll meet some people who not only believe in following your passions, they’re actually DOING it.
Performance artist Rachel Rosenthal is an artistic visionary who has been pushing boundaries for decades, and the age of 83, she’s more passionate than ever about why she believes the arts are so important to all of us. Plus, Rachel says she’s enjoying the challenges and different feelings that come with aging. After decades of ignoring her age, she explains why she’s suddenly so aware of it and how she views her creativity now.
Ray Charles is one of our greatest and most beloved musicians ever, yet little is known about his personal life. Now, his son, Ray Charles Robinson Jr. is clearing up misconceptions about his father’s life and sharing intimate stories about their sometimes tumultuous life.
Should high school seniors put off college for a year to go travel the world? That’s what Rita Golden Gelman, who has spent 24 years traveling the globe, thinks, and she’s hoping to start a national movement.
Have you spent decades stuck in a job you hate? Sean Aiken took his father’s words to heart to find a career that made him happy by test-driving one-week jobs for a year.
And if you need any more proof that it’s never too late, then you’ve got to meet Ann Kahl. She got off the couch and started running at age 50, started a calligraphy business at age 65, and today, she’s 80, and you’ve got to see her to believe her! Click here to go Inside the Story with Ann.