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Resilience and risk taking. Meaning and mission. Passion and perseverance. Growing Bolder is not just media, it's a movement. Through its TV and radio shows, magazine, website and popular social media channels, Growing Bolder's EMMY® Award-winning broadcast journalists are Rebranding Aging® by sharing the inspirational stories of men and women redefining the possibilities of life after 45.
Recent Stories from Growing Bolder
British yachtswoman Jeanne Socrates is the oldest person ever to sail around the world unassisted. Hers is a story of persistence, tenacity and determination. Fresh off her world-record trip around the world, she talks to Growing Bolder about her incredible journey. Plus the one and only Sheila E. shares her passion for making a difference.
Growing Bolder: Underwater Cave Explorer Jill Heinerth; Entrepreneur Robin Wilson; Rock Keyboardist Patrick Moraz
Jill Heinerth has one of the most dangerous jobs there is. As one of the top underwater cave explorers in the world, she’s explored icebergs, volcanic lava tubes and submerged caves.
Growing Bolder is all about being able to reach out and to be there for others. Communication may be the most important tool we have to do just that, but for so many of us, that can be a struggle. Long-time NPR host and author Celeste Headlee is here to help.
Rock and roll never dies and apparently, neither do rock and roll dreams. Denise Kaufman, a member of one of the first all-female rock groups, explains how her group is finally gets its due — decades after opening for Jimi Hendrix and the Dead.
On this week’s Growing Bolder, we’re taking a trip back in time with one of the most iconic rock photographers in history.
If you ever thought about making a difference, only to stop in your tracks because you thought you had to be somebody to create change, then we’re here to remind you of one woman who did exactly that. We catch up with Erin Brockovich to discover how she’s still fighting for change.
When times are tumultuous, wouldn’t it be something to be able to turn to two of the brightest minds ever for some much needed wisdom? Author Douglas Abrams actually got to do that. He sat down between Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama and moderated a conversation that generated so many eye-opening lessons, Abrams even wrote a book about it.