In 1980, actress and comedienne Geri Jewell became the first person with a disability to ever land a regular role on a prime-time TV series. But she had no idea the tribulations that were still to come. Find out what she’s learned about fighting for what you want in life.
Why would Mark Steines walk away from “Entertainment Tonight?” Because he says he no longer felt good about the work he was doing anymore. Find out more about his Growing Bolder moment. Plus, an Academy Award winning actress pens this month’s The Takeaway and it will inspire you to never stand still.
Award-winning actress, activist and author Marlo Thomas offers tips for reinventing your life, at any time and any age. Plus, we’re featuring two bonus questions from this month’s 5 Question With subject Bhava Ram.
Oscar-nominated actress Rosie Perez opens up about her tumultuous childhood and how she overcame it. See how she helps other women rise up. Plus, looking for the perfect route to ride your motorcycle this summer. We’ve got you covered in this month’s GB Extra!
Growing Bolder features ordinary people living extraordinary lives. Take a look at photos of some of the incredible and inspiring stories, broken down by issue.
What is the GB Magazine?
Growing Bolder is the magazine about Hope. Inspiration. Possibility. We hope to instill the DNA of our successful Growing Bolder TV and radio shows into every issue as we highlight ordinary people who are pursuing extraordinary lives, offer active lifestyle and wellness tips and provide insight from familiar figures in business, sports, entertainment, healthcare and travel.
NFL great Reggie Williams is on a mission to save his leg, even though every doctor keeps telling him it needs to come off. Find out how he uses his art and daily stretching routine in his battle to do what he thinks is best for his body.
Alzheimer’s disease can’t be reversed, slowed or cured but that’s not stopping one woman from using a unique approach to reach people suffering from this disease. See how she uses writing to the patients dignity, joy and a creative outlet.