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Gratitude is a choice. It’s a muscle that needs strengthening through regular practice. There are many ways to do this, from journaling to prayer to making lists or more active practices like giving time to help others. Different approaches will feel right to different people at different points in our lives. Doro Bush Koch & Tricia Reilly Koch share strategies.
The quality of our relationships can have an even more dramatic impact on our lives than what we eat or how much we exercise.
Not all growth is linear. In fact, most of us lose a little height in our later years! What really matters is that we continue to grow in other ways, in our body and spirit.
Doro Bush Koch & Tricia Reilly Koch share why we should strengthen our relationship to nature.
Anything that keeps us curious keeps us young. Whenever we arrange things in a way that strikes us as beautiful or interesting, we are being creative. Making space for creativity keeps our minds active and better able to consider possibilities and combinations that make life interesting!
As we get older, true awakening may not mean looking for something we don’t have but actually becoming present to what is already there.
Studies show that a sense of purpose is crucial to one’s happiness and sense of well-being. Doro Bush Koch and Tricia Reilly Koch share tips on finding your purpose.
Learn how mindfulness changed the lives of Doro Bush Koch (the daughter and sister of two U.S. presidents) and her sister-in-law Tricia Reilly Koch.
Doro Bush Koch and Tricia Reilly Koch share the story behind the Co-Mindfulness Project and the 10 principles of co-mindfulness.
Doro Bush Koch and Tricia Reilly Koch are the founders of BB&R Wellness. Growing Bolder Founder/CEO Marc Middleton sat down with both Doro and Tricia to talk about their work and passion for mindfulness.
As people around the world honor and pay tribute to the late President George H.W. Bush, who died on November 30, 2018, at the age of 94, Growing Bolder is paying special attention to the ways in which he helped smash stereotypes and contributed to Rebranding Aging®.