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Mamy Rock

Her name is Ruth Flowers — but her fans … hundreds of thousands of them … know her better as Mamy Rock.

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Living With Cancer: Beverlye Hyman Fead

Telling your loved ones you have been diagnosed with a disease can be heartbreaking. See how one woman started Surviving and Thriving.

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Starting Over, Growing Bolder

Wendy Chioji has been the face of Orlando news for 20 years. Her battle with breast cancer enlightened all women; her determination to help others was only equaled by her dedication to becoming a world-class athlete.

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Business Goes to the Dogs

He had a passion — and he turned it into big business. Neal Bowlen fell in love with dogs, and now he works to make sure people from all over can see them, too.

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We shine the spotlight on ordinary people in pursuit of extraordinary lives. We believe it's not about age; it's about attitude, and we know that each one of you can pursue your own passions.

Our award-winning team brings you stories that nobody else can, on TV, Radio and the Web. Currently available for national syndication on public and commercial stations!

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Growing Bolder With…Dr. Dot Richardson: Find Believers

Have you ever taken a moment to ask yourself what your priorities are? Not those of your kids, your parents or co-workers. Dr. Dot Richardson has a few easy to follow tips for changing your life and finding believers.

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Growing Bolder With…Rowdy Gaines: Pause and Look Around

Do you find yourself overwhelmed by reaching your goal destination, and forget to enjoy the ride? Olympic champion Rowdy Gaines has traveled the world but says the one thing that helped him was pausing to look around.