Legendary actor Ernest Borgnine is living proof that it's possible to remain vibrant, valuable and relevant, even if you too are lucky enough to reach your 90s.
Growing Bolder Radio Show: The Video Show
In this very special episode of the Growing Bolder Radio Show, we're sharing some of our favorite videos that perfectly illustrate the Growing Bolder philosophy. Join Marc and Bill inside the studio!
A Legend of Stage and Screen
Julie Andrews has had a legendary career; from movies and television to Broadway musicals, and now, she's an acclaimed author.
The Tango-Dancing, Yoga-Practicing 88 Year Old
It's never too late to live an active and vibrant life. Just ask Phyllis Sues. She dances the tango, composes and performs tango and jazz music, does trapeze and starts each morning with yoga. And she's 88 years old.
91-Year-Old Drummer on an Oxygen Tank
It's one of the most unusual and powerful collaborations of all-time. A 91-year-old drummer on an oxygen tank and a 62-year-old eccentric songwriter/filmmaker. Both are females and both are far from ordinary artists.
Growing Bolder Radio Show: Dec. 11, 2010
Meet some famous faces who are using their own setbacks and obstacles in life to help the rest of us realize that your attitude can have a huge impact on your life and happiness.
Growing Bolder Radio Show: April 3, 2010
Afraid to get older? The people you're about to meet will show you that not only is aging nothing to dread, it's something to look forward to. You'll also see how it's never too late to find new love, new careers and a new lease on life.
Fountain of Youth Springs in Vegas, Baby
Mega-stars who rose to fame more than three decades ago, including Cher, Elton John and Bette Midler, are finding a new home in Sin City. Find out why the neon desert is such a draw for these smokin' hot stars.
The Growing Bolder Radio Show: April 10, 2010
It turns out that there are second (and sometimes third and fourth) acts in life. So what do you have planned for yours? This week's guests are living proof that it's never too late to live life on your terms.