Plus, GB's Marc Middleton offers 3 ways to stop growing older and start Growing Bolder.
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Growing Bolder


She's the most unusual student on campus. She holds hands with her teachers and sings to the campus safety staff. And at 76 years old, Vivian Carrington is one of the oldest graduates ever at Rollins College.

Ms. Vi, as she's known around campus, explains the painful moment that inspired her to go back to college at the age of 70 and the challenges she overcame during her journey to a degree, including battling lupus. Her persistence in achieving this goal is just the latest example of her lifelong character traits of being tenacious, courageous and groundbreaking.

From being her city's first female African-American lifeguard to spending decades helping and ministering to the people of her community, there is no one quite like Ms. Vi. She'll inspire you to realize it's never too late to achieve your dreams and to make a difference in the world around you.
Click here to meet the unforgettable Ms. Vi
Tough love time: when it comes to Growing Bolder you have to use it or lose it. What is it? Marc Middleton breaks it down and offers three ways to stop growing older and start Growing Bolder right this second.
Whether it's photography or something much bigger: take the shot! Our blogger Mary T. Wagner shares the aha moment she had while on a walk. It's a great example of Growing Bolder.
Congrats to the Orlando Anarchy for earning a spot in the Women's Football Alliance championship. We introduced you to the team in a previous Insider. See how these new gridiron greats are defying expectations.
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