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Little Miracles

If you knew how long you’d live — would you change what you do today? Tomorrow? In this episode, we speak with people who have challenged stereotypes, overcome major obstacles and proven that when you believe in yourself, you can achieve anything.


  • Three Promises

One moment Carolyn and Chad Moor were celebrating their love. The next, he lay dying, the victim of a hit-and-run car accident. During their final moments, Carolyn made three promises that she’s spent many years and tears trying to keep. Hers is a story of Growing Bolder in the face of heartbreaking loss. See how she learned to live and even laugh again and how her story even caught the attention of Oprah Winfrey.

  • Enjoying Life’s Little Miracles

She’s not really an athlete. She’s a retired biologist who loves adventure. That’s why 96-year-old Mary Anne Cooper traveled from British Columbia to Arizona to compete in the U.S. Masters Swimming National Championships. Mary Anne isn’t trying to be a role model or set an example, but with every stroke, she’s doing just that. She even inspired her 70-year-old daughter to also compete at Nationals.

  • Free Throw King

Andy McGuffin is the best there is. Mr. Automatic. The Free Throw King once made 400 in a row. Bill Shafer goes one-on-one with Andy to learn the secrets to his success.

Plus, thoughts from Growing Bolder With… contributor Pat Williams, who wants to you redefine the meaning of “consequences,” and we feature PGA professional and YouTube superstar Don Trahan in our How Are You Growing Bolder? segment!

  • Disgusted

    RE: Three Promises
    Please, please, stop  promoting this woman. For someone who has supposedly lived through such pain and trauma in their life, she should know enough not to bring the same upon others. This woman has decided that in order for her life to move forward, she found it necessary to start a relationship with a man she knew to be married and it has been ongoing for 2 1/2 years. It didn’t matter to her that this family has a child with muscular dystrophy and already have enough challenges. It is sickening to see her presented in a light that makes her look as if she has come so far in her “healing”.  If this is what healing looks like, I  would rathe be sick. She is a self promoting opportunist of the worst kind. By showing this to people who are truly hurting,  you are giving her the opportunity to sell her “services” to a captive audience, always involving a fee of some sort. Please stop.