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Big names and celebrities who are still inspiring audiences today? We've got them. Fascinating stories from men and women who are Rebranding Aging®? Oh, yeah. People of all ages who are Surviving & Thriving®, rock stars who are smashing stereotypes (and sometimes, guitars), masters athletes and more come to Growing Bolder Radio to tell us how they are making the rest of their lives the best of their lives.

Over the last decade, we've created one of the world's largest and most entertaining archives of interviews, and they're all free to listen to, right on Here are just a few of the newest examples:
He’s the NBA’s all-time leading scorer, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, a 6-time NBA champion and that’s just the short list of statistics that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar can claim.

Off the court, his accomplishments are perhaps even more meaningful. He's a respected writer and a best-selling author, and his latest book is a memoir of his experience with legendary basketball coach John Wooden. We spoke with the 70-year-old about the life lessons Wooden gave him, how they still resonate today and what he wants people to know about overcoming obstacles of any kind.
Actress Debra Winger has been turning heads in Hollywood and beyond since the 1980s, with films like Urban Cowboy, An Officer and a Gentleman, Terms of Endearment and Shadowlands.

Now in her 60s, Winger is starring in a new film The Lovers, as one half of a married couple who discovers what happens when you fall out of — then back into — love. She’s also on screen in a Netflix comedy. We talk with the star about ageism in Hollywood, how she feels about real-life relationships after the age of 50 and how she mounted a comeback after taking time away from her career to raise a family.
“Wouldn’t it be nice if we were older? Then, we wouldn’t have to wait so long.” That’s the very Growing Bolder-appropriate opening track from the 1966 album Pet Sounds from The Beach Boys, led by the legendary Brian Wilson.

50+ years later, Wilson is celebrating its success with a world tour and planning his next rock and roll album. He’s also openly sharing his struggles on and off the stage, including abuse he suffered at the hands of his own father, and his battles with mental health and more. It’s a candid conversation with a man who may be in his 70s, but will always be a Boy.
Dr. Robert Masson is the founder of the world-renowned NeuroSpine Institute and a tireless patient advocate who is constantly challenging the healthcare industry to improve its performance. He’s also constantly challenging himself.

Some of his many passions include skiing, mountain climbing and, most recently, race car driving on the IMSA circuit in the prototype challenge class. Dr. Masson also serves as the Medical Director for Team Growing Bolder and joins us to discuss the new trends in the healthcare industry encouraging patients to take more proactive roles in their own health.
Award-winning hosts Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer ask the questions you want answers to, with guests who prove that it's not about age; it's about attitude.
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While the housing market is, in many ways, stronger than at any time in the last decade, many homeowners are still struggling. If you have a mortgage and you're still having trouble making your monthly mortgage payments – you might want to consider a loan modification.

But you have to be careful -- loan modification scams can affect anyone, no matter your age, education, income or neighborhood. We spoke with Barbara Floyd Jones, Senior Manager of National Homeownership Programs, NeighborWorks America, to get all of the information you need to stay safe from scams.

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