Al Roker is a beloved fixture on morning TV. He’s the weather guy and co-host at TODAY and in his spare time, he dabbles in acting, on Broadway no less, and is an author. Is retirement on his radar? He shares his thoughts on what these years should really be like.
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. 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.
Robin Wilson is an author, eco-warrior, business leader and someone on the front line of fighting racial and gender discrimination. Her story is pretty eye-opening.
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.
Suze Orman is a crusader for truth in finances. She shares stories of her previous financial failures to help you succeed. Plus, find out why she is focused on a sorely underrepresented area of personal finance in her new book — women and money.
She’s well-known from her judging role on TV’s “Shark Tank” or her best-selling books, but Barbara Corcoran’s path to success wasn’t always a sure thing. Today, she is motivational and inspirational, with a little side of outrageous.
Randy Gage overcame a troubled youth to become a multimillionaire and he says you can become one, too. He explains.
Hope for financial security is available; you just have to learn how to make it happen. Financial guru Chris Hogan explains how he helps people retire “inspired.”
Baby Boomers have the lowest rate of poverty of any age group, but they have the highest rate of anxiety about their finances. Suze Orman, one of the most respected personal finance experts in the world, is sharing the tips you need to know now to take care of your money for the rest of your life.
Every time she goes to work, Barbara Beskind, 90, smashes the stereotypes of aging. Find out how the conceptual designer’s new job in Silicon Valley is not only having an impact on her young co-workers but on her fellow retirement home residents, too
Think it’s too late to start over? Think again. Award-winning actress and activist Marlo Thomas shares what she learned from collecting the stories of 60 women who started over. Find out why she’s convinced it’s never too late to reinvent yourself.
Valerie Ramsey is living proof that not only is it never too late to reinvent your life, there’s no obstacle too great that you can’t overcome on your path to finding your dreams. Get her tips for creating your “what’s next?”
Are you “successfully aging?” One of the top experts on reinventing your career after 50 offers tips for what can be the most productive years of your life, even in the midst of these times of high unemployment and low economic growth.