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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
How do your five best friends influence your health decisions? Does your city make activity an easy choice? Longevity expert Dan Buettner explains how these factors could be shortening the length of your life.
Many of us know we should lose weight and lower our blood pressure, but retooling your whole diet can feel so overwhelming. Health and wellness expert Kathy Freston instead wants you to start leaning toward a healthier lifestyle, one tweak at a time. Plus, do have an “impossible” dream? When you meet the people featured in this episode, you’ll realize it’s NEVER too late to chase your dreams.
What’s your dream? Even if it’s something from your childhood that you thought you should set aside, see why it’s never too late to pursue those passions.
Think it’s too late? Think again. Find out how to dramatically make over your body and life, at any age. And have fun while doing it! Cherie Soria, the mother of gourmet raw cuisine, explains how the standard American diet is causing a worldwide health crises. Learn why she believes the raw food revolution will catch on.
Florence Henderson was one of America’s most beloved TV mom. She died in 2016 at the age of 82, but before her death, we were thrilled to host her on Growing Bolder Radio. In our conversation, she revealed why she was enjoying her career in her late 70s as much — if not more than — her career in the ’70s. She explained how she combatted ageism and why setting goals is so essential.
Bob Lutz is the straight-shooting, innovative former GM vice chairman and in his late 80s, he’s still helping shape the future of the auto industry. He describes his new project and reveals what he’s learned about good and idiotic leaders during his career.
He brought Lou Grant to life in such a way that the character is still an iconic fixture in pop culture, and in his late 80s, Ed Asner continues with his prolific career, keeping up with a schedule that would exhaust a 25 year old. He reveals to GB why most of the movies featuring older actors have it all wrong.
Brené Brown’s life changed overnight — all because she was willing to admit she’s vulnerable. Find out why the researcher and storyteller thinks her talk on vulnerability, shame and courage struck such a nerve.
Meet Judy Myers, the nation’s oldest competitive barefoot water skier. Judy doesn’t look her age, and she doesn’t act it either. Find out how standing up on her two bare feet changed her body, opened her mind and put the spark back in her life.
One of the world’s top experts on nutritional intervention says what you eat can, in large part, determine whether or not you get Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Neal Barnard of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine offers tips to boost your brain health with power foods.