These Growing Bolder contributors offer hope, inspiration and possibility, and advice for living your best life.
Rowdy Gaines: 3-Time Olympic Gold Medalist, Swimming
Roger McGuinn: Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Co-Founder of theByrdsDr. Dot Richardson: 2-Time Olympic Gold Medalist, Softball
Pat Williams: NBA Executive, Author, Cancer Survivor
Gary McKechnie: Travel Author, Motivational Storyteller
Barbara Hannah Grufferman: Author, "The Best of Everything After 50"
Joe Bert: Certified Financial Planner™
Dr. Roger Landry: Preventive Medicine Physician, Author
Tony Little: Certified Personal Trainer, Businessman
Dr. Robert Masson: Neurosurgeon, CEO of NeuroSpine Institute
Author, entrepreneur and infomercial icon Tony Little says you have to learn to find the funny in life, even when you’re the target of the joke. Find out how to let others’ negativity bounce off you on your own road to success.
Can you overcome the worst symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, just by staying active? See how one study is inspiring people to make changes and get Dr. Roger Landry’s tips for learning new things.
What happens when life puts obstacles in your path? Dr. Roger Landry says that your health and happiness totally depends on your reaction. Do you have a support group that can help you dodge a curveball? Are you prepared to change paths if that’s what is required? See what word Dr. Landry says is the key to living long, but dying short.
Here’s a phrase you’re going to hear a lot — UNIVERSAL DESIGN. That means that designers are creating products for the home that are safer, easier and more convenient for everyone, no matter their size, ability or age. Aging in place is something more and more of us want to do…to stay in our homes and have them adapt to us, rather than forcing us to move to assisted living centers.
Every patient and every situation is different and there is no crystal ball. But there are steps you can take to make yourself the exception to any set of statistics. Dr. Masson explains how he helps patients strive to be the exception.