Plus, meet a 91-year-old track star smashing world records!
View this email in your browser
Growing Bolder


Surviving & Thriving is the Emmy-nominated show that shines the spotlight on people who face the kinds of struggles many of us will face in life but still find a way to emerge stronger than ever. At one time or another, we all have to become warriors. The show highlights men, women and children, who by their example, give us the courage to keep fighting through our own challenges.

It’s hosted by three-time cancer survivor Wendy Chioji and WESH 2’s Jim Payne and features reports from Marc Middleton, Bill Shafer and Secily Wilson. Join us Saturday at 7 p.m. for Surviving & Thriving, produced by Growing Bolder and airing exclusively on WESH 2. If you don't live in Central Florida, we will share a link to the complete episode in next week's Insider, so stay tuned! 

Eric Wilson's story of Surviving & Thriving was surviving himself. On this weekend's episode, Eric reveals how he's journeyed from a college dropout to enlisting in the Army and becoming an Army chaplain on the frontlines of the war in Iraq to his current life: a husband, father of two and first-year med student -- at the age of 40. 
Click here to get an exclusive first look at Eric's story, before it airs!
Growing Bolder Founder and CEO Marc Middleton doesn't just talk the talk, he walks the walk. Or in his case, he SWIMS it! Marc is a former college swimmer who hadn't competed in decades, but a few years ago, inspired by the stories we tell here at Growing Bolder, he decided to get back in the pool again. And he discovered, he was still pretty good! Since then, he's even broken several world records. This past weekend in Portland, Oregon, Marc competed in the U.S. Masters National Championships, taking the gold in the 50 meter butterfly, hitting the wall just .07 off the world record! He also finished second in the backstroke and freestyle in his age group. We hope Marc's example inspires you now, the way you've inspired him, to dive into something you love!
Speaking of world records, wait until you listen to our conversation with Betty Lindberg, the 91-year-old runner who surprised even herself by setting a new world record in the 800-meter run. 
Find out what inspired the former coach potato to take up running at 63!
Please Help Us Spread the Word and Share Growing Bolder Today!
Thanks to our Growing Bolder Partners and Sponsors!
Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor
Copyright © 2016 Bolder Media Group, All rights reserved.

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list