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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
Growing Bolder: Science Reporter Lydia Denworth; Wellness Experts Doro Bush Koch and Tricia Reilly Koch; Geriatrician Dr. Bill Thomas
Maintaining strong friendships is surprisingly important and can have a significant impact on our overall well-being, especially as we age. Journalist and author Lydia Denworth explains why a healthy social life is just as important as our physical and mental health.
Growing Bolder: Purpose Movement Pioneer and Author Richard Leider; Rock Concert Lighting Director Cosmo Wilson; Mother of Shaquille O’Neal, Lucille O’Neal
Studies show that having a sense of purpose is linked to better health and greater well-being. Richard Leider is one of the leading experts in motivation and a pioneer in the global purpose movement. He talks about how we can unlock our own power of purpose.
Growing Bolder: Psychology Researcher and Author Todd Kashdan; Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Boyd Haynes; Musician Joey Eberline
Todd Kashdan is a psychology professor at George Mason University who believes sometimes it’s good to be bad. His book, The Art of Insubordination, reveals how changing your perspective and asking questions can lead to greater understanding and creativity.
Growing Bolder: Author Craig Pittman; Functional Fitness Tips; 91-Year-Old Philanthropist Sylvia Anthony
Best-selling author and journalist Craig Pittman is a highly respected environmental reporter, but recently, he’s gained a following for highlighting the unusual, fascinating and bizarre events that make Florida, well, Florida. He explains what motivated him to write his hilarious book, “Oh, Florida! How America’s Weirdest State Influences the Rest of the Country.” He also chats with Growing Bolder about his latest book, “Cat Tale: The Wild, Weird Battle to Save the Florida Panther.”
Al Roker is a beloved fixture on morning TV. He’s the weather guy and co-host at TODAY and in his spare time, he dabbles in acting (on Broadway no less) and is an author. His latest book is called “You Look So Much Better in Person: True Stories of Absurdity and Success.” Is retirement on his radar? He shares his thoughts on what these years should really be like.
Growing Bolder: Public TV’s ‘Survivorman’ Les Stroud; Aging Expert Colin Milner; Lessons on Moving and Stretching
Known as the creator of the survivor TV genre, Les Stroud has faced the elements in Antarctica, the wilds of the rainforests, and more, to teach us not just how to survive, but how to connect with the earth, ourselves and each other. Now, the 59-year-old outdoorsman and survival expert is talking to Growing Bolder about surviving one of life’s toughest challenges — aging.
Did you get a good night’s sleep last night? If you’re like most people, the answer is definitely no. Sleep expert Kathryn Nicolai joins us to reveal how to learn how to sleep like it’s your job. She is the host of the popular Nothing Much Happens podcast and she’s been called the “architect of coziness.” Nicolai is the creator of soothing stories that ease the reader into dreamland, one story at a time. She joins Growing Bolder to share some of her secrets to getting a good eight hours a night, and soon, you, too, will be sleeping soundly.