You’ve been brainwashed about aging. We all have! Now is the time to disconnect from those beliefs and to start Growing Bolder.
The first step to Growing Bolder is the hardest, and it’s the reason so many people try and fail the first time. It’s because Growing Bolder — choosing to push back against the negative stereotypes of aging — is an act of faith. Take the leap. Here’s why.
Jim Hobart wanted to remember his grandparents, aunts, uncles and parents as they really were. He wanted more than an old photo and drawing of a family tree. He wanted to remember their voices, their movements, their daily passions. The result is the Legacy Life Project.
Never forget that what the mind believes, the body embraces. We anticipate the negative benchmarks so passionately that we often actually make them come true! And that robs us of the chance to start Growing Bolder. So, we have a last great task to assign you today.
If you’re now in your 20s, 30s or 40s — find something that you love, and make it part of your life! See why we think it’s so important to cultivate these connections and creativity now.
He’s one of the greatest keyboard players in rock, yet few know his name. Patrick Moraz, who played for Yes and the Moody Blues, was never in it for fame. For him, success is measured in spontaneity, experimentation and improvisation. See why he believes the same three ingredients are key to living a full and adventurous life.
The oldest African-American incorporated town in America just achieved a brand-new designation. The town of Eatonville, Florida, was awarded the Culture of Health Prize by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the nation’s largest philanthropy dedicated to improving health and wellness.
What do some of your favorite classic rockers have to say about love, giving back, aging, influence and everything in between? Find out!
Margaret Trudeau, the former First Lady of Canada and a mental health care advocate, reminds us that mental illness is not something we can overcome on our own. She spoke with Growing Bolder about her mission to make a difference.
When you become a big time, world wide rock star at the age of seventeen, what are you supposed to do when you’re 70? If there is something about music that keeps you “alive and well,” then this legendary guitarist seems to have discovered exactly what it is.