Struggling to hold on to the illusion of youth while avoiding the realities of aging is a losing and ultimately, self-destructive effort. We have to accept that we can’t defeat aging, but Growing Bolder isn’t about holding on to youth! The desire for vitality has nothing to do with age. Marc Middleton has more.
Stop conforming to the expectations — and start doing you! The current norm of aging will prevent you from living your life to the fullest. You can make the choice to nurture what makes you unique. Fitting in and pleasing others doesn’t need to be the goal. Let your freak flag fly!
We all talk a lot these days about our healthcare providers — what plans we’re on. But like it or not, the responsibility of our own health and wellness has shifted to self-care, with the patient at the center of the system. Will we need medication? Rehabilitation? Yes. But the day-to-day responsibility of our well-being is ours to bear.
It makes no difference what the question is — love is always the answer! It’s the way forward and the path through. Researchers say that love raises our immunity, reduces our stress and more. And it doesn’t have to be romantic love. Marc Middleton explains (and reveals the two questions that we all ask ourselves before we die).
How’s your comeback going? All of us are in the middle of one right now — setbacks in our personal life, professional life or a mix. But every challenge gives us an opportunity to start Growing Bolder. Marc Middleton has more.
Maintaining — our health, our fitness, our friendships — is a myth. We’re either getting better or we’re getting worse. We’re moving slowly in one direction or another and that movement will have momentum. The more we do something, good or bad, the easier it is to keep doing. So, do you have to make drastic changes to start Growing Bolder? Marc Middleton weighs in.
As the number of World War II veterans continues to dwindle, learning what we can from them becomes more important. Especially those who fought not only our enemies overseas, but also prejudice at home. The African Americans who became known as the Tuskegee Airmen proved to be among the most inspiring. At 95, Richard Hall is among a small handful who remain. He shares his thoughts, his memories and wisdom about war and life.
It’s time to re-think retirement — the entire concept! In the past, it signaled the end of life, and the start of a quick decline. But no more. Now, retirement is an opportunity to start Growing Bolder. Here’s how.
There is a battle between anti-aging advocates and the “aging sucks, just deal with it” personas. But there is a large and malleable middle ground. See why we think finding it is the key to Growing Bolder.
If you’ve ever had a big thought, idea or dream, only to think of a million reasons why if you tried to make it a reality you would probably fail, you’ll be especially interested in this story. Jenn Ross’ dream was to open a restaurant, a vegan restaurant in an economically disadvantaged area. Everyone advised her against it. But she decided to give it a try.