Rebranding aging, from a time of loss to a time of opportunity. An opportunity that you have to seize — it’s not handed to you. Get inspired on this episode of Growing Bolder.
Bolder Broadcasting Inc. and WESH-TV announce the expansion of Growing Bolder® and Surviving & Thriving® to WESH-TV and WESH.com in the Central Florida market. Learn more details about this exciting new partnership!
Best-selling author James Patterson says there’s no greater gift a parent or grandparent can give a child than a love of reading. He offers his tips for getting kids hooked on reading and previews his two newest books in the Bolder Books spotlight.
You may think it’s just music to your ears but music is actually a whole lot more. On this special episode of Growing Bolder, we celebrate the power of music and its potential to improve your life in countless ways.
Bolder Broadcasting, Inc. announces the expansion of its popular Growing Bolder television program to WJXT in Jacksonville, Florida.
Phil Taylor is taking his passion for painting and making a meaningful difference in the lives of fallen heroes’ families, through Brush Of Honor on INSP.
Celebrated architect and designer Michael Graves spent the final decade of his life in a wheelchair, and it profoundly affected his focus. The Design Tourist Karen LeBlanc conducted one of the final interviews with Graves and she explains his commitment to creating barrier-free accessible design for seniors and those with disabilities.
Love can move mountains. In this episode of Growing Bolder, see how one woman’s triumph over disease led her on her journey to nearly 20,000 feet above the Earth’s surface!
Whenever life tries to shatter your dreams, pick up the pieces and start Growing Bolder. In this episode of the nationally syndicated Growing Bolder TV show, we’ll show you how.
We’re proud to present this special edition of our daily TV show, Growing Bolder, to take you behind-the-scenes of our first documentary, Conquering Kilimanjaro. In this 30-minute special, we’ll show you why GB Founder and CEO Marc Middleton chose to say yes to this adventure to not only climb the mountain but to shoot a film along the way.