Happy Holidays from Growing Bolder!
What a year it has been! We just wanted to take a few moments to thank each and every one of you for your continued support, and ask you to help us spread the GB philosophy across the world.
A sincere thank you
In this busy world of ours, we sometimes forget the small things, the polite things we were taught when we were small. One I recall, bust sadly too often forget, is to say thank you. I can recall my Mom or Dad reminding me to say thank you when someone did me a favor.
Now that I am older, I no longer have Mom or Dad to remind me, so saying thank you sometimes gets forgotten. That certainly...
Ready to Run!
This weekend, I'm (apologies to Bruce Springsteen) running down a dream...It all started here two...
Why our new president deeply saddened me
In 1968, just before he was assassinated, Robert F. Kennedy was asked when he thought the first black president would be elected. (Of course, this was before African-American worked its way into the lexicon, and colored people was bowing out as one of the nomenclatures used to describe an integral part of American society.) 2008, the presidential candidate and senator from New York replied. He was...
The gift of being fully "Alive"
(This can also be found on www.nesschesters.wordpress.com - you can click "follow" if you wish to follow future blogs. The theme of my blogs are living life to the fullest)
It has now been officially almost a year and a half since my accident. A journey of a lifetime, and I feel so very blessed to have experienced it. There were moments where I will be marked forever. However, I...
You've probably never heard of this performer but he's one of the top showmen working today. John Charles visits the GB studios to share his gifts of song and humor with us.
Oldest Dog Needs Goggles
It's believed that the world's oldest living dog is now a 20-year-old blonde wire-haired daschund named Chanel. Chanel lives in Port Jefferson Station, New York with her owner Denice Shaughnessy, a retired Army veteran who adopted Chanel in 1988.
He took a job as a freelance photographer for an event called Woodstock. Little did he know his life would never be the same. His photos have frozen the most talked about moments in music history in time for us all.
Everything Happens for a reason....
Sometimes I feel like there is constantly a “cosmic” universe at play. That everything happens for a reason and that “if” you pay attention, everything is connected. For instance, when I initially injured myself, I was mad and sad at the same time… I was also very scared. Many thoughts went through my mind, like the “what if” scenarios which is merely fear creeping its’ ugly...
For decades, Ken Hechler has served his country and witnessed the biggest moments in history. He interrogated Hitler's top commanders before Nuremberg, marched with Dr. King on Selma and taught alongside Einstein. Now 97, he's still making history.