It only takes one individual to make a difference in the world. The most daunting tasks, such as removing the mounting waste from our nation’s waters, all start with the passion of a single person. Chad Pragracke works with volunteers from ages 9 to 90 to accomplish his dream of a cleaner world.
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If the ocean is what really gives us life, why are we killing it? If we continue to do irreparable…
Key insights for independent workers to navigate financial challenges of careers outside of the traditional workforce
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If you are an older adult who wants to pursue a new occupation, here are tips on how to reinvent your career after 50.
Job security became an increasing uncertainty during the coronavirus pandemic. Some were sent to work from home while others were furloughed, laid off, or lost their jobs completely. One of those forced to re-invent himself was Marc Walker when his job as a cruise director ended abruptly.
. Annie Griffiths was one of the first female photographers for National Geographic, where she’s worked for over 40 years. She talks to Growing Bolder about her decades finding deep happiness and joy in finding visual stories with her camera.
Growing Bolder is all about being able to reach out and to be there for others. Communication may be the most important tool we have to do just that, but for so many of us, that can be a struggle. Long-time NPR host and author Celeste Headlee is here to help.
Kim Ng was named general manager of the Miami Marlins last week–taking a bold step as the first woman GM in any of the major men’s sports leagues in North America.