It’s never too late for a second chance at love, happiness and success, and the guests on this week’s Growing Bolder Radio Show are proving that by example.
First, she was one of the first to recognize the revolutionary social changes being ushered in by the age wave, and now she’s using science and research to prove that we become better at relationships as we age. Award-winning journalist Abigail Trafford reveals how our brains are becoming more focused on love and friendships during this new Age of Longevity.
There’s no one quite like comedian and legendary entertainer Rip Taylor. When we heard he was involved in a controversy surrounding another famous Rip, we had to get him back on the show to set the record straight. It’s an interview you don’t want to miss.
Stonyfield Farm CEO Gary Hirshberg has proven that being green in business is not only possible, it’s also profitable. His company is the world’s top producer of organic yogurt and Gary says he’s learned how to make money and save the world.
Success rarely comes easily and not without a few failures along the way. It’s hard to be persistent and you can’t unless you really believe in what you’re doing. Director, writer and producer Kenny Golde is a believer. It took him 13 years to make his film about second-chance romance a reality and he’s explaining why he stuck with it and was able to bring some major stars onboard.
And, tattoos are no longer taboo. They’ve gone mainstream in a big way and like just about everything else, the fastest-growing market segment is baby boomers. Come along as we take you Inside the Story with Andrea Kudlacz, who celebrated her 60th birthday by showing how the generation of her youth left a permanent mark on her life.