What inspires you to get out of bed and embrace each and every day for all it offers? It’s great to have an internal drive, but sometimes, you need a jumpstart. So be sure to check out the stories featured in this episode, from true celebrities to ordinary people inspiring thousands of people.
- Why Red Green is White Hot
“The Red Green Show” was one of the longest running series on television. But, years after ending production, the world’s most inventive handyman is still in demand! We caught up with Steve Smith as he embarks on the Wit and Wisdom Tour to find out what makes Red one of TV’s most endearing characters.
- Ann’s Fans
With all due respect to the dozen former Olympians and more than 1,000 other competitors, the swimmer with the largest and loudest fan support at the U.S. Masters Swimming national championships was a 71-year-old woman from Minnesota named Ann. What’s her story? Find out how she’s inspiring everyone who meets her to keep chasing dreams and to never, ever give up.
- The Story of Ruth: An Amazing Life
It’s hard to say that a 109-year-old died too soon. But Ruth Hamilton led a full and amazing life. She was simply amazing. Just some of the highlights, she was married to a Major League Baseball player, she was one of the first women to host a radio show, in 1937 she came face to face with Hitler and tried to warn the world, she was the first woman elected to the Legislature from New Hampshire, and those are just a few of the things that made Ruth a national treasure.
Plus, Roger McGuinn shares some of the behind-the-scenes stories to his success in Growing Bolder With and we celebrate runner Eric Gelber’s incredible ultramarathon adventures in our How Are You Growing Bolder? segment.