Get a Grip on Your Mental Images of Aging
It’s in the Mind’s Eye
When it comes to staying young, A mind-lift beats a face-lift any day.
As a teenager, I had a problem wrapping my head around the thoughts of growing older. Images of aging haunted me for years until I met a seasoned senior and asked the question ‘what is aging really like?’...
Doorway to Happiness
Larry Roofner was a corporate executive, a mover and shaker and a big-time success. And it nearly killed him. He walked away from it all, and at 52, he reinvented himself.
His wife left him and his best friend died. Instead of drowning in depression, Neil Pasricha started taking note of all the awesome things about life. Find out how you too can start appreciating simple, universal joys.
The Most Talented Man in Golf
In golf, as in life, there's a fine line between success and failure. Not many have heard of Jay Golden, but his contributions to the game may be greater than anyone else on the Tour. Well, at least more varied!
One on One With GB Founder Marc Middleton
What is Growing Bolder? And why is what we do so important? Growing Bolder CEO Marc Middleton opens up about the power of believing that it's never too late to smash some stereotypes and kick a little butt.
Rock climbing, yoga practitioner, hiker and sports psychologist Virginia Savage says she has learned an important lesson through her many adventures -- you don't have to overcome your fears, just learn how to move through them. Learn more.
You knew motherhood was funny, but did you know it could launch a career in comedy? Mrs Hughes tapped into the absurd side of being a wife and mother, and now America's Funniest Grandma is the hottest act around!
If you're interested in finding the real you and in taking another shot at a truly satisfying career, author Samuel Greengard can help.
She lost the fashion line bearing her name and was diagnosed with breast cancer. Instead of backing down, the indomitable Sigrid Olsen is launching a new career and a new life.
A distinguished sociologist and Harvard professor is combating our youth-obsessed culture's negative portrayal of older adults. She says people over 50 are reinventing themselves and changing the world.