Here’s our message from Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton on how having a positive belief system can set you up for success.
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The next time someone invites you to do something outside your comfort zone, say “Yes!”
Prehabilitation is the key to reducing future healthcare costs and the impact of future health setbacks. Here’s our message from Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton on why prehabilitation is so important.
Be open to anything and everything! Once you have a broad list of interests, focus in on the one that interests you most and join an encouraging tribe.
Positivity is important, but avoiding negativity is crucial. Here’s our message on the importance of staying away from negativity and being a force for positivity from Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton.
Good friends are the sickness, depression and cognitive decline vaccine. Learn who you should focus on spending time with.
Changing the culture of aging in an extremely ageist society is a monumental challenge. Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton reveals why he believes real change will only occur when we begin to change our own way of thinking.
Yes, words matter, but we can’t allow ourselves to be bullied by them. In this 60 Second Soapbox, Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton explains why coming up with a new, magical term to describe growing older isn’t going to change the way you feel about aging — only you can do that.
In this 60 Second Soapbox, Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton reveals why creativity may be the thing we all need to live longer, more fulfilled and more engaged lives.
Jim Smith, Jr. CSP — “Mr. Energy” — is a global leader in personal and professional improvement who specializes in creating performance breakthroughs.
Jim Smith, Jr. — “Mr. Energy” — helps men and women worldwide reach their full potential through his “no excuses” philosophy. Hear what he says about being a star in your life — even if you’re the only one who believes it’s possible!
The more we value experience, the more interested we become in travel. Many people over 50 say they regret not traveling more, and would do it more if they had an extra 30 years.