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Lose Your Ego, Gain a Life

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Posted on May 16th, 2008 at 2:11 pm

In her life, Ruth Hamilton was a teacher, a radio star, a politician, a mother and a wife. Born in 1898, Her life spanned three centuries and she had a front-row seat to some of the most important and interesting moments in history. She died in January 2008, just three months shy of her 110th birthday. Before her death, Ruth recorded dozens of video blogs for the Growing Bolder community, making her the world's oldest vlogger. 

In this vlog, Ruth explains why it's so important to let go of your ego and to embrace a spirit of gratefulness and thankfulness. She says a shift in thinking could help you live a much longer, more fulfilling life.

Click here to visit Ruth's personal page on GrowingBolder.com, and watch her other video blogs, read excerpts from her incredible autobiography, which she wrote at the age of 91, and look through pictures of her life and artwork.

Once you get to know Ruth, who lived life fully until she died just before her 110th birthday, you'll never look at aging the same again.

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