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This truly is one of the most wonderful times of the year, when we come together to give thanks, gifts and celebrate the end of one year, while welcoming a new chance to start fresh.

We wish you a very happy, healthy holiday season and if you need a break from wrapping, baking cookies and stress due to travel troubles, we thought you'd appreciate this list of 10 of the most inspirational Growing Bolder stories of the year.

They are gifts you can open and enjoy right now -- one for every day left in 2016 -- to inspire and encourage you to start Growing Bolder in 2017!
2016's Top Growing Bolder Videos
Ann Kahl is encouraging, supportive and inspirational and believes we’re all over-medicated and under-trained. She’ll do just about anything to help anyone live a healthier and more active life.
Donna Dowless is a well-known local artist as well as Orlando’s Official Ambassador of Love. In the aftermath of Pulse tragedy, Donna’s love has never been more needed and more appreciated than it is now.
Globally renowned neurosurgeon Robert Masson, M.D., of the NeuroSpine Institute explains how prehabbing his body ensured he was ready for the ultimate, unexpected adventure: climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Harold Garde is a great-great-grandfather, and a great, great artist. Now in his mid-90s, the renowned artist is not only still painting daily in his home studio, he sees his work as the ultimate act of artistic rebellion.

Jane Seymour is an actress, artist, philanthropist and someone unafraid to try new things (in fact, her guiding question is: "why not?") She explains why she’s proud to embrace who she is and where she’s at in her life.
2016's Top Growing Bolder Radio Interviews
Chita Rivera is a national treasure. After more than 65 years in show business, this musical theater goddess is still going strong and talking to Growing Bolder about her exciting new projects.
Journalist, author and activist Ashton Applewhite is confronting the many forms of ageism in our society. See why she is imploring us all to wake up to the ageism that surrounds us *and* is inside each of us.
Is your work also your passion? And vice versa? It is for Gilbert Gottfried and has been since he performed comedy in his first open mic night at the age of 15. See what he says about comedy as a career today.
Neal Unger is a stereotype-smashing 60-year-old who refuses to let anyone define him or his life. His passion in life is skateboarding, and he says it’s the best way to quiet his mind. Listen to his “dude logic.”
Meet the three-time cancer survivor who is also the oldest woman to ever run a marathon. We get an inspirational message of hope from 92-year-old Harriette Thompson about what’s possible in life.
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