Kris Humphries started the Strength in Numbers project to document the beauty in growing older (bolder!) and stronger. No faces, no names, just ages and why the women value staying physically active.
What if the ‘lasting impact’ you’re looking to get out of life is as simple as a deep and meaningful relationship you make with a new friend? Or the support and inspiration you provide to a family member going through a tough time? Don’t forget to recognize the weight and importance of the little things that lead to Growing Bolder.
After a successful career in fitness and sports, Tim Caso suffered a devastating injury. But he decided to come back. He decided to keep Surviving & Thriving.
I think I found the fountain of youth, and it begins with human connections and the fact that we are souls, not numbers. We can achieve anything if we believe. I have only just begun believing and achieving.
Richard “The Hammer” Lilien has been hitting it extra hard at the gym as he prepares for the competition of his life: The Golden Age Games.
Charles Johnston, at age 82, has no intention of slowing down or restricting his future pursuits. Throughout his life he has recognized the joys and benefits of staying active and trying new things, and is a firm believer that life is what you make of it.
”I finally am really comfortable with me. Part of that is that I have this fantastic perspective of not dying. Although I wish that perspective for everyone, I do not wish for them to go through it like I did.”
Few in the radio business have stood the test of time as successfully as Tampa’s Tedd Webb. Here’s what he thinks about the past, present and future of his industry.
See how a 25-year-old photo helped one mom remember all of the blessings and accomplishments of her life, and start Growing Bolder again.
It is said, that with age comes wisdom. I say, that with age, we are more determined to seek wisdom and learn about the journey we are supposed to be on.