Enter Your E-mail:
Enter Your Password:
 

Join the fun! Sign up for the GB Insiders newsletter and don't miss a single episode.

HEalthy1002.jpg

Big News: Florida Hospital Partners With Growing Bolder

What do you want to do when you're 100? These days, it's not just a hypothetical question or pie-in-the-sky hope. It's reality! There are more centenarians alive today than in any time in history. That's one of the reasons we're thrilled to announce a new partnership between Florida Hospital and Growing Bolder.

Florida Hospital's Healthy 100 program spreads the message that lifestyle changes can have profoundly positive results on your quality of life. Growing Bolder's mission is to prove that it's not about age; it's about attitude. CEO Marc Middleton says, "The Healthy 100 program is dedicated to charting a path to a healthy 100 years of age and then providing the tools to get you there. We provide the stories to inspire you with the proof that it's possible to live an active, independent, meaningful life into your 100s."

You can learn much more about this new partnership at GrowingBolderTV.com and more about Healthy 100 at healthy100.org.

 
Susan-Helmrich-4x3.jpg

Defeating Cancer One Lap at a Time

Susan Helmrich is one of the best swimmers in the world in her age group. She's also a three-time cancer survivor and a victim of one of the greatest drug tragedies in history. With luck, determination, great medical care, the support of family and friends and the benefits of the sport of swimming, Susan has fought to escape the deadly legacy of a supposed wonder drug.

Click here to watch the story. 

 
Bill-Radio-4x3.jpg

Generation Reinvention: GB Spreads the Positivity

We like to say it's never too late to reinvent yourself, but the truth is -- just believing it isn't enough. Sometimes you need people who lead the way. Brent Green, host of Generation Reinvention on the Positive World Radio Network, is one of those people. That's why we were thrilled to join Brent on the latest episode, sharing some our favorite Growing Bolder stories. Listen to the podcast here!


SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Did you know that Growing Bolder Radio is available -- for free! -- to programmers across the world? We offer our program to public radio stations every week, so if we're not in your area now, please consider calling your local NPR affiliate and asking them to start carrying Growing Bolder! You can also send them our way (news@boldermediagroup.com) for details. And it's not just public media; if you know of anyone else who might want to air Growing Bolder Radio, please let us know.

 
Food-Cyclist-4x3.jpg

And They're Off!

Growing Bolder is an attitude for any age, and at 26 and 25 years old, John and Kate Suscovich say they don't want to wait until a traditional retirement to see the world and help others. We talked to them on GB Radio about their plans to cycle the world looking for good food and beer, while raising money for a great cause. Now you can follow their journey online -- they set off this week and are posting at all their stops!

 
Saul-Cornell-4x3.jpg

GOBO 210: No Strings Attached

In this episode, we get an update on everyone’s favorite driver to see if she’s still behind the wheel, after 600,000 miles. Plus, musicians with no strings attached and Skydivers Over Sixty smash the world record.

Watch GOBO 210 online and find local broadcast listings on our Schedule page!

 
Pat-WilliamsGBW4x3.jpg

Growing Bolder With ... Pat Williams

Pat Williams unlocks the key of basketball megastar Michael Jordan's success -- focus. Learn how to focus on this moment right now and how it will help you soar to new heights and be like Mike.

Click here to watch Growing Bolder With ... Pat Williams.

 
CliffJump.jpg

Behind-the-Scenes Blog: Best Summer Job

Did you sling ice cream scoops? Work in an office? Maybe you spent your days as a lifeguard or doing construction. Think back to those sultry summer days that marked the transition from kid to adult, and tell us what your favorite summer job was! Growing Bolder Executive Producer Katy Widrick starts it off with a new blog post about her favorite summer job.

 
Karen-Putz-smile4x3.jpg

Summer Fun

Katy isn't the only one who loves to spend summers in the water. If you're looking for some ways to both beat the heat and get inspired, why not check out Karen Putz ("A Mom Who Walks on Water") and learn how she overcame incredible obstacles to pursue her passion. Or Ned Johnson ("What's SUP?") who quit his day job to live out his dreams. Then tell us how YOU are Growing Bolder so we can feature you in an upcoming Insider!

 
Elizabeth-and-Harold-4x3.jpg

Awesome Artists

Some of the best artists in history weren't appreciated in their lifetimes. But thanks to the power of social media, two of our favorite Growing Bolder talents -- Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson ("Living a Life of Exquisite Harmony") and Harold Garde ("Ageless Art") -- are getting their due in due time! Elizabeth has been exhibited at shows across the country, and Harold is doing classes and film screenings. Congratulations!

 
Canoe-Man-4x3.jpg

In the next Growing Bolder Insider: In this era of extreme sports, we'll introduce you to Expedition Canoeing. You'll meet one of the best, and find out why he's willing to paddle 1,200 miles in a single race, and why in this sport, age is a definite advantage.

 

Deep Thoughts

"Don't you know that I danced, I danced till a quarter to three, with the help, last night, of Daddy G. He was swingin' on the sax like-a nobody could, and I was dancin' all over the room." -- Gary U.S. Bonds, who turns 72 this week!

Did You Know?

Remembering the Brave Forces

This week marks the anniversary of 1944's "D-Day," the pivotal World War II invasion in which Allied troops landed in Normandy. The brave troops landed along a 50-mile stretch of French coastline, supported by more than 5,000 ships and 13,000 aircraft, to fight Nazi Germany. By the day's end, the Allies had taken a stand but more than 9,000 soldiers were killed or wounded.

Listen to the men who stormed the beaches and suffered through the atrocities of war. Many of them are sharing their stories for the very first time. It's a powerful reminder about the cost of freedom and the bravery of the Greatest Generation.

Search