The Emmy-nominated Surviving & Thriving is back! In this episode, you’ll meet men and women who have overcome some of life’s most incredible challenges. Their examples will share a message that none of us can ever hear too much — hope is always attainable. No matter what you’re facing.
Are you good at accepting compliments? Or do you try to dismiss them? Wendy Chioji has a message for you: stop. Just stop. Learn how to graciously and gratefully accept a compliment.
One of the nation’s first facilities offering wellness, medical and fitness programs and services — all under one roof — is coming soon to Winter Park, Florida. See how it will forever change the way people in the community and beyond access life-saving and life-changing resources.
More than 20 years ago, Hector Picard nearly died in a workplace accident that robbed him of his two arms. Instead of giving up, he started Surviving and Thriving … and crossing finish lines!
While some may consider it morbid, we think it’s part of Growing Bolder to embrace the opportunities we have to Move Forward. Give Back.®, not only in life, but in death. See why one couple has decided to will their bodies to medical research and education.
John Seevers was born with birth defects in both legs. A series of surgeries led doctors to perform a double rotation — turning his forward-facing feet backwards. He doesn’t want you to feel sorry for him or to tell him to “hang in there.” He wants you to watch him racing hard against able-bodied swimmers, setting records in the process, and realize that we’re all capable of standing tall.
Ann Kahl is the kind of friend we all need. She’s an encouraging, supportive and inspirational pied piper of health and fitness who believes we’re all over-medicated and under-trained. She’ll do just about anything to help anyone live a healthier and more active life. And oh yeah, she just happens to be 87 years old.
Forget bucket lists. Longtime Habitat for Humanity volunteer Martha Cole is just as passionate about building a better world as she is about seeing the world. That doesn’t mean she hasn’t done some pretty amazing things, too. She explains why she believes living a life of balance is the best gift you can give yourself and society.
Bill White used to be one of those guys complaining about his job and counting down the years until retirement. Then, when he turned 58, everything changed. He decided to stop waiting and start living. Find out how he did and how far his legs and the two wheels of his bike have taken him.