Ben Beach holds one of the most amazing records in sports and it’s a record he breaks every year. Now in his mid-60s, the man who has run 48 straight Boston Marathons explains why and how he keeps going.
For nearly 30 years, DeVitto helped define one of the most iconic sounds in American rock history: the music of Billy Joel. Then, he was unceremoniously fired from the band. How do you go from the top to redefining yourself and even finding yourself for the first time in decades? And how do you learn to let go of anger? Find out in this episode of What’s Next.
One of the most popular self-help authors in the world has a provocative new book that tackles the habits that rule our everyday lives. Get her strategies for improving yours.
In this episode of What’s Next, we’re changing the way you think about influencers. Did you know there is a growing field of powerful voices over the age of 50 taking over the social media world? Designer and stylist Arlinda McIntosh is one of those embracing the power of social media to celebrate her business and design talents while helping inspire others to be bold in their fashion choices.
Beloved Happy Days star Anson Williams reveals his heartbreaking but inspirational past.
You’ve probably seen the video: right in the middle of some of the most tense parts of the protests that took place in downtown Portland, a llama appeared in the middle of the crowd. It was Caesar, the so-called No Drama Llama, accompanied by his owner, Larry McCool.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For information contact: Sara Brady | 407-408-4000 ORLANDO, FL. – August 12, 2020 – Growing Bolder and Florida Blue Medicare have teamed up to present a unique online summit designed to smash the stereotypes associated with caregiving and celebrate the art and dynamics to change the narrative around one of life’s greatest […]
There has never been a better time to stop growing older and start Growing Bolder. Watch this video to become inspired.
In this episode of What’s Next, we’re thrilled to introduce you to Denise Kaufman. She’s an important part of rock history but few know who she is. Denise is the lead singer and bass player for the Ace of Cups, one of the first all-female rock bands.
In the 30 years since its release, “The Princess Bride” has continued to grow in popularity. In his memoir, Cary Elwes, who starred as the lovestruck farm boy Westley, is sharing never-before-told stories from the set of this beloved film.