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WHO ARE YOU?

What's the story of your life? Whatever you think it is, author Mark Matousek says it's probably a lie! He explains how to strip away the fantasies of your life and start fresh. He says it'll even help you become more resilient and creative. But there's a catch -- he wants you to cultivate a secret life. Click here to watch our interview with this fascinating thinker.
 
 
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TEAM GB IS IN AFRICA!
READ ABOUT THEIR KILIMANJARO EXPEDITION

The climb up Mt. Kilimanjaro is under way! Growing Bolder's Marc Middleton and Wendy Chioji have joined a group of cancer survivors and supporters for the Survivor Summit, benefiting Livestrong. In the photo above, Livestrong CEO Doug Ulman and Wendy point to where they're going during a stop at the gates of Kilimanjaro. Shortly after arriving in Africa, Marc sent us this report from his first day there. Also, be sure to like the Survivor Summit Facebook page for daily updates on their progress and like Growing Bolder for updates on Marc and Wendy.
 
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THE DAY THE MUSIC LIVED
GROWING BOLDER RADIO SHOW

Don McLean's "American Pie" is one of the most beloved songs in music history, but he worries about the attacks on poetry he sees in every aspect of life these days. Rediscover the great Don McLean.
 
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REMEMBERING REAGAN
CELEBRATE PRESIDENTS DAY ON RLTV

RLTV celebrates Presidents Day with a groundbreaking film about President Reagan's journey that changed the nation and the world. "In the Face of Evil: President Reagan's War In Word And Deed" airs Monday, February 17 starting at 8:00 p.m. ET on RLTV.

Don't forget, you can catch Growing Bolder on RLTV Sundays at 11 a.m. and Monday to Thursday at 3 p.m. ET.

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BOLDER SUNDAYS

Tune in to WKMG Local 6 Sunday at 5 a.m. for back-to-back episodes of Growing Bolder. Then, at 7 a.m. switch over to 90.7 WMFE FM to listen to the Growing Bolder Radio Show. You can also listen live online from anywhere in the country!

 
 
 
 
CATCH UP WITH THE GB BLOGGERS

Stuck inside today? Check out what the Growing Bolder bloggers have been up to lately! From attending rock shows featuring their favorite musicians to redefining the stereotypes of aging, get to know the members of Team GB Elite. Check out the posts below or browse through the Team GB Elite landing page.
 
  Visualizing 100
What does 100 look like to you? When faced with dressing her kindergartener as a 100-year-old, GB executive producer Jackie Carlin decided to help her daughter start Growing Bolder! Click here to read the blog.
 
Perseverance and Passion
GB blogger and artist Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson is reflecting on the example of her favorite band, Big Head Todd and the Monsters. Over its nearly three-decade career, the band has inspired loyalty among its fans who admire the members' unpretentious attitude and passion for music. Click here to see how Elizabeth and her photographer husband got up-close-and-personal with the band at a recent show and how BHTM inspires these two creative people.
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  Age Ain't What It Used To Be
Look around. Age "ain't" what it used to be. GB blogger and lifestyle expert Oleda Baker says she is 79 and loving every second of it. She says if you play your cards right, 70 is becoming “middle age," with many even starting new careers and doing things their parents never dreamed of doing at that age! And, if you're young, she says this is your wakeup call to know that you can stay youthful and healthy all your life. Click here to get her tips to take charge of your life.
 
Changing the Vernacular
Old...elderly...senior citizen. These are phrases that people throw around without thinking about it, and it's driving our Executive Producer Katy Widrick crazy. There are old people in their 20s and bold people in their 90s. She laments the recent headlines that called this incredible couple, who are in their 60s and completed a marathon -- 26.2 miles -- every day in 2013, "elderly." Click here to read her thoughts, then weigh in with yours.
  photo courtesy: Running Raw/Facebook