Creativity is the essence of every Cirque du Soleil performance, and it took that same powerful creativity for the 38-year-old company to survive a recession, failing shows, and the Covid-19 pandemic.
85-year-old Maria Yegella recently made a solo jump to become the world’s oldest active skydiver.
78-year-old Charles Roberson returned to the University of Florida in 2020, 47 years after he received a bachelor’s degree in computer science, and entered a master’s program in entrepreneurship at the Warrington College of Business, intent on solving the problem of why his company failed.
Kermit Weeks believes we are all born with a desire to rise above, to free ourselves from our earthly bounds and soar among the clouds.
Across social platforms like TikTok, older adults are proving that age isn’t a barrier or limitation, but an opportunity.
Vanessa J. Skinner explains what an estate plan is and why you need one.
Instead of shining a shameful light on those who have struggled to shred unwanted pounds, Calibrate has taken a scientific approach to understand what is going on underneath the surface.
Bob Hobbs was only a teenager when he decided to enter his first triathlon back in the 1980s and began a journey in self-discovery that went hand-in-hand with his training.
In addition to video calls, messaging, and photo sharing, GrandPad has now crafted an incredibly easy gaming platform to allow grandparents to play their favorite board games online with their grandchildren, starting with a cherished classic: checkers.
Fall into a multitude of flavors with just one bite of this sweet and savory pork dish on FMK’s Harvest menu.
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.
Petrina Armsden is the founder of iSparkle, an organization focused on combatting bullying with love and support.
“Successful aging” is a term that’s bandied about by many experts in the longevity field, but what does it mean? At Growing Bolder we believe that success looks different to each and every one of us. Whether it’s what makes a successful business, successful marriage or life, we get to decide, we get to choose what that means, and that applies to aging as well.