Jim Abbott is one of the most inspirational athletes of all time, and he’s still inspiring people worldwide to believe in themselves and their potential, no matter what odds they’re facing in life.
At the age of 6, Jerry Levasseur nearly burned to death during a massive fire at the circus. He overcame his injuries and grief to become a world champion. Now in his mid-70s, he’s a running superstar. Find out how he overcame incredible obstacles in life.
It’s never too late to turn your life around. Johnny WImbrey was smoking pot by 8, dealing crack by 14 and grew up living in shelters and on the streets. Today, he’s a top motivational speaker. Learn how he made the change.
She was disabled and in a wheelchair for 20 years. Then she got up and began to reclaim her life. Wait until you hear Eleanor Pendergraft’s incredible story of trying new things and storming back to an active life.
It’s not always easy to follow your dreams, especially when your dreams turn into nightmares. Infomercial icon and author Tony Little says even when things get tough, you have to keep moving forward. Get his tips for following your dreams and evolving your dreams through life’s speedbumps.
Two Tuskegee Airmen who enlisted together in 1942, served together and continued their friendship throughout their lives both die on the very same day. Growing Bolder, inspired by their contributions to our country, was there to see the magic when several Airmen got together with a hangar full of students.
He’s the man behind some of the most beloved songs in American history, and at 73, Neil Diamond is not only still making great new music, he’s happier and healthier than ever, thanks to the power of love. He explains.
Entrepreneur and fitness trainer Tony Little wants to know: do you truly believe in yourself? He shares a painful childhood memory and reveals how it encouraged him to prove the doubters wrong. Get his advice for learning to believe in yourself too.
As a teen, Rhonda Britten witnessed something no one, but especially a child, should ever see. It sent her spiraling into two decades of depression and addiction. She emerged on the other side and is now one of the most famous life coaches around.
We fell in love with her when she played the sassy girlfriend in “White Men Can’t Jump,” but Rosie Perez tells us life just keeps getting better. Find out why she’s counting down the days to 50 and how she’s helping women rise above their challenges.