Surviving and Thriving: What You Won't See On Air
We're taking you behind-the-scenes of our new show, "Surviving and Thriving," which debuts in December on WKMG Local 6 in Orlando. From script reads to making mistakes, see what goes on ... before the show goes on.
Executive Challenge: Pat Williams' Extreme Dream
He's one of the most influential people in NBA history, a prolific marathoner, the author of nearly 80 books, a motivational speaker and at age 72, he has an extreme dream. Pat Williams not only wants to beat cancer he wants to help find the cure.
"Surviving & Thriving"
"Surviving & Thriving" is our new television show that tells the stories of those who not only survive life's most serious setbacks but actually thrive in the aftermath. Watch this exclusive first-look at the show!
A retired 78-year-old physician finds her true purpose in alternative medicine as a Reiki Master energy healer. See why it's never too late to find your passion and why you're never too old to help others.
Goby the Wonder Dog
Meet Goby, who puts the can in canine. In a pool filled with highly trained athletes, Goby might be the best trained of all. See how Goby is ready to detect danger, dial an IPhone and jump into the pool to save the life of his master. Seriously.
The GB Inspiration Award Goes To ...
The winner of this year's Rowdy Gaines Masters Classic Growing Bolder Inspiration Award is a swimmer who epitomizes the GB ethos. He's a physician, author, yo-yo expert and world record holder. But what really makes him special is his giving spirit.
Even when they're pushed aside, dreams don't die. They can lie dormant for decades until old friends, old memories or old pictures bring them back to life. For a band called the Lazy Souls, it took 40 years.
Something to Croak About
We're proud to be a sponsor of the upcoming Rowdy Gaines Masters Classic presented by LIMU. Once again, Growing Bolder CEO Marc Middleton will compete in the meet as a member of Rowdy's Team BluFrog. Last year, Team BluFrog had plenty of croak about.
Building a New Body
At the age of 16, both of Michael Ives' arms were crushed in a workplace accident. He narrowly escaped losing both arms but still faced a future of pain and lost opportunities. Against his doctors' advice, he found a new life in the gym.
Cycling for a Cure
Ask Greg Crawford what he did on summer vacation and you'll get a terrific story about a guy who knew he couldn't help find a cure for a rare children's disease in the lab so he created a way he could help -- by putting in 8 hours a day on a bike.