Why are we hooked on going faster and doing more in less time? Carl Honoré’s new book In Praise of Slow, explores the idea of doing things not as fast as possible, but as well as possible. The Growing Bolder team discusses the concept of living in the present and taking our time to enjoy the moment.
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Learning to say yes invites people, possibility, and opportunity into our lives. Learning to say no ensures that we’re focusing on the people, possibilities, and opportunities that align with our values. That’s the yes/no paradox.
Taking care of our mental health is one of the most important, yet often-overlooked aspects of our overall wellbeing. It can be especially challenging for those entering retirement and facing a new stage of life.
Sometimes the simplest thing – a song, a smile, a dance – can mean everything. When you have dementia, there aren’t many places to go. At Our Moment Cafe, caregivers and patients can find acceptance. Bill Shafer shares the story of Dick Boyden and Joan Bender, who started an Our Moment Cafe in The Villages, Florida
We gathered four different faith leaders as part of an interfaith spiritual roundtable, facilitated by Growing Bolder founder and CEO Marc Middleton.
“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.
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.
One key to making changes in the world is knowing how to use our voice in the right way, to make statements about what needs to change and ask questions about why things are the way that they are.
It was a beautiful morning to take a short walk with a big purpose. The first-ever Growing Bolder Wisdom Walk,…
Grieving Mother Donna Mina finds peace and community along the Camino De Santiago.
The quality of our relationships can have an even more dramatic impact on our lives than what we eat or how much we exercise.
There is no doubt about it, people love their pets! In honor of #NationalPetDay one organization stepped up to prove it.…
When it comes to conversations about personal growth, this collection of pods will challenge, inspire and motivate you to become the best version of yourself as you continue Growing Bolder.