Growing Bolder TV: Roz Savage
Roz Savage was living a life like a lot of people. She had a regular job, the usual commitments, a lot of stuff ... but not a lot of fulfillment. She walked away from it all and started rowing. See how she found herself and her purpose on the ocean.
Growing Bolder TV: Lisa Lynn
Can we agree that pretty much ALL of us need to exercise more? We also need to lose weight. To eat smarter and be healthier. We all know it, so why is it so tough? Lisa Lynn shares her tips for small changes that make a big difference.
Exclusive Roger McGuinn In-Studio Performance
The Byrds co-founder Roger McGuinn stops by the Growing Bolder TV studios to play a special song he wrote based on an old Irish blessing and explains how a gift from his friend Tom Petty inspired the moment that led to the song.
Growing Bolder TV: Mark Matousek
Who are you? What is the story of your life? Whatever you think it is, author Mark Matousek says it's probably a lie! He explains how you can strip away the fantasies of your life and start fresh. It'll help you become more resilient and creative.
Listen to Your Inner Voice
We all talk to ourselves, but we don't always listen to ourselves. Growing Bolder's Wendy Chioji explains how getting in touch with your true feelings is the most important step in transforming and reinventing your life.
Growing Bolder TV: Wendy Boglioli
In 1976, Wendy Boglioli was a part of one of the most exciting and most unexpected Olympic upsets in history -- winning gold against the East German swimmers. Now 58, she's helping women stay physically and financially strong as we age.
Growing Bolder TV: Dr. Neal Barnard
Just as smoking builds up over time and can lead to lung cancer, "meaty" diets can build up over the years, leading to heart and brain problems, according to one of the world's top nutrition experts. Neal Barnard, M.D., explains the power of food.
Growing Bolder TV: Shannon Miller
To battle cancer, you need to fight like a champion. It's a lesson that even the most decorated U.S. Olympic gymnast learned first-hand. Shannon Miller tells us about her ovarian cancer battle and what she learned about taking care of yourself.
Jennifer Field is Surviving and Thriving
Each year, 1.7 million people suffer from a traumatic brain injury. Secily Wilson tells the story of a woman who has spent 20 years recovering from a car accident and is now dedicated to helping others find the will to survive and thrive.
Grandma Mary Rocks
It's never too late to pursue your passions. Take Grandma Mary for example. At 77, she is a global Internet sensation, all because her guitar dreams never died.