2009: A Year of Bolder Thinking
We're looking into our past to show you the way forward. Some of our favorite guests of 2008 from the GB Radio Show will inspire you to start 2009 off on the right foot.
Life After Illness
After any diagnosis, it may seem as if your life as you know it is over. But we've talked to countless survivors, experts and doctors and they all agree on one powerful message: your attitude can save your life.
Grandma Luge, the oldest woman to ever compete in the Winter Olympics, is facing her toughest opponent yet -- cancer.
The Growing Bolder TV Show: Golden Age Games
At the Golden Age Games, the athletes all play for the love of sport and the belief that it's never too late to show off their skills in everything from basketball to bowling.
She made international headlines around the world after making her first Olympics at 34, then appearing in the next five Games. Now Grandma Luge, a cancer survivor, has a new goal -- qualifying for the 2016 SUMMER games at 63 in a new sport, archery.
A cancer diagnosis can be devastating but beating cancer is becoming commonplace. Check out Growing Bolder's library of interviews with men and women who not only beat cancer but emerged from the battle better than ever.
GB's World's Oldest
Here's something you won't find anywhere else -- GB's exclusive collection of interviews with remarkable men and women who are the world's oldest in their activity. If you want inspiration and proof that it's never too late, here it is.