Before founding Growing Bolder, CEO Marc Middleton covered sports for a TV station in Orlando, Florida. In 1992, he wanted to do a story on athlete Wendy Bruce during the 1992 Olympic Games. See how with no credentials and no access to her event, he got the job done.
Banks Helfrich was a regular guy until a sudden turn steered him into Clown College and completely changed his path in life. He went from clowning, to filmmaking and straight to The Late Show with David Letterman. See how fun and wild chasing your dreams can be!
Now 88 and 85, Harry and Artis Price are still collecting water skiing national titles. The couple has skied in more national championships than any other man or woman in history and they have the gold medals and trophies to prove it. We hit the lake with the Prices to discover their secrets of longevity in life and love.
Jamieson Thomson Thomas is in the midst of two major comebacks. See how this national champion rower is battling her way back from injury and, at the same time, forging a new career as a fine artist.
Dr. Manette Monroe is on a mission to show veterans with PTSD it’s never too late to live the lives they’ve always dreamed about. She’s living proof that sometimes it just takes a little longer to make your dreams come true.
For the first time in history, there is now an entirely new lifestage that offers limitless opportunity to reinvent yourself, pursue your passions, repair your relationships, build new relationships, give back to your community, leave a meaningful legacy, and much more.
Reclusive actor, comedian, musician and entrepreneur Dan Aykroyd rarely gives interviews. But when his fans showed up by the hundreds for a bottle singing, he stayed until he had met them all and signed whatever they brought with them.
In this episode of Surviving & Thriving, two stroke survivors show recovery is possible. Plus, meet a three-sport, straight-A student who battled back from a brain tumor to get back into the game.
A stroke left Valerie Greene unable to talk, walk or even speak. She’s not only battled back, she’s changing the lives of stroke survivors around the world. See how she uses her story to show others recovery is possible.
Madison Blackmon was a 14-year-old straight-A student and three-sport athlete when she began having what she thought were anxiety attacks. Seizures soon followed and an MRI revealed a brain tumor. See how her doctors not only took on the tumors, they vowed to preserve her beautiful mind.