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When it comes to time, our culture wants us to believe that it has less value as the days go by, but that’s backwards! We aren’t made to withdraw from life as we get older. We’re made to lean into it.
Sharon Strickland is a great-grandmother that is shining a light on a unique aspect of caregiving later in life.
Myrt Rose, 85, says family trips in the 1940s sparked a lifetime passion for adventure that included everything from wing walking to diving for treasure. Meet this fearless Floridian.
Learn how Darryl Perry recovered from a near death experience and set his attention on inspiring anyone facing a challenge.
There’s no question that caregivers are under siege during this pandemic. If you fall in that category, check out these helpful tips for coping with the stress.
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In 2019, British yachtswoman Jeanne Socrates, 77, became the oldest person ever to sail around the world unassisted. Fresh off her world-record trip around the world, Jeanne sits down with us for a special event, Growing Bolder Presents.
Jillian Michaels shares how to jettison the concept of perfection and focus our appreciation on progress.
Barbara Beskind smashes stereotypes every time she goes to work. At 94, she is by far the oldest member of the world-famous, human-centered design team IDEO in Silicon Valley. Some of IDEO’s designs include Apple’s first mouse and the Pilates machine. Many of Beskind’s co-workers are 60 or even 70 years younger, but they’re soaking up her life experiences.
Meet the inspirational athletes who have overcome disease, surgery, joint replacements, personal tragedy and obstacles of all kind to compete at the 2022 National Senior Games.
Drummer Joey Eberline was hit by a car in 2018. Still, he is grateful, hopeful and eager to make a difference for others.
We have had the honor of interviewing more active centenarians than almost any media organization in the world. We call them Rock Stars of Aging and Marc Middleton shares the only way to become one.
Want to set yourself up for success? Marc Middleton shares three quick tips to help make your day and eventually your life.
Growing Bolder believes that the world is filled with hope, inspiration and possibility. But, there are still “haters” out there. Here’s what we’re doing about it.
We’re all moving in one direction or the other. That direction will gain momentum. The couch, jogging, laziness and enthusiasm all have momentum. What kind of momentum do you have?
Bob Jennings has spent 50 years as a Swimming Coach, most recently leading The Villages Aquatic Swim Team to become one of the best groups in masters swimming. He’s created a legacy of life lessons that go far beyond the lanes i the pool.
You can’t buy happiness. So, how do you become happy? The good news is, according to Marc Middleton, you’ve already got all the tools you need to get there.
2,000 years ago, the Greek philosopher Aristotle said “There’s one way to avoid criticism, to do nothing, to say nothing and be nothing.” Marc Middleton talks about how to forge on in a world that seems full of critics.
How do you celebrate milestone birthdays? Do you celebrate with a big bang? Do you mourn entering a new decade? Marc Middleton, Tracy Gold and the What’s Next gang discuss how they mark those big occasions.
Have you heard the story of Stamatis Moraitis? He was a Greek immigrant who was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer at the age of 65. Doctors told him he had one year to live. Stamatis did die…36 years later at the age of 102. Marc Middleton shares what we can learn from his story.
Marlon Hoffman describes passion as “an activity you do where you don’t look at the clock.” He shares why he thinks we should pursue our passions, no matter what.