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Janine Shepherd (AM) Talks About Becoming an Aerobatic Pilot | Relentless and Unstoppable

Relentless and Unstoppable

Episode #8 of Doug Kenney & Andy McPhee's series, Being Relentless & Unstoppable has aired. Our celebrity guest is Janine Shepherd, (AM), an amazing woman with an incredible journey. She was seriously injured in an accident and quickly overcame her setback to become a world-renowned aerobatic pilot. She also has the Member of the Order of Australia and is an incredible author, just like Doug.


1 Apr 2021

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Janine Shepherd | Reclaim Your Power Through Resiliency

Unbecoming with Phoebe Mroczek

Janine Shepherd faced crippling, life-threatening injuries while training for the Olympics and now teaches listeners to reclaim their power through hope and resiliency. On this episode, she shares with us how she was able to face her diagnosis and fear of never walking again by cultivating a resilient attitude and mindset. Then, one day while sitting outside in her wheelchair, she watched a small plane fly overhead and declared, “If I can’t walk, I’ll fly!” Listen in to one of our most emotional episodes yet. To access the FREE After Hours tactical conversation with Janine, along with all the links and resources she mentions on this show, please visit www.unbecomingpodcast.com/172.

1hr 1min

9 Mar 2021

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EP.8: Against All Odds - A conversation with Janine Shepherd

Two Guys From Hollywood

Join Alan and Joey this week as they discuss their weeks, answer a listener question about crazy client stories, gush over the Perseverance Mars Rover landing, and what brings them inspiration. Later in the conversation they are joined by Janine Shepherd, a brilliant woman with a story that embodies the theme of inspiration and resilience. Her story is remarkable and filled with challenges and victories that made her who she is today. You’ll learn about her deadly (yes, she died!) accident, her journey to healing via flying planes upside down, her TEDTalk, her book, and most recently, adapting her School of Resilience into a PHD program. And, it’s likely you’ll see her story on the big screen sometime soon! As always, we have a guest-inspired cocktail of the week! This week enjoy THE ASPEN. Find the full recipe and more on @twoguysfromhollywood on Instagram, and @TGFHPodcast on Twitter and Facebook. Cheers!Find more info on Janine here: Janine’s TED Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/janine_shepherd_a_broken_body_isn_t_a_broken_person?language=enJanine’s Book, DEFIANT: https://www.amazon.com/Defiant-Broken-Body-Not-Person/dp/1622037103/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Janine+Shepherd+Defiant&qid=1614702440&s=books&sr=1-1Janine’s Website: https://janineshepherd.com/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com


2 Mar 2021

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#76: Rebuilding Yourself After You Get Completely Broken with Janine Shepherd

Max Out

Today I`m joined by the real-life superwoman Janine Shepherd, one of the most inspiring people I`ve ever met. At 24, Janine was Australia`s biggest hope for an Olympic Gold in Skiing when a horrible accident suddenly shattered her dreams and almost her life. After being told she could never walk again, Janine decided to bring the same fire that won her the nickname Janine the Machine in sports and apply it to life, and has since inspired millions of people around the world to develop resilience and realize that a broken body does not make a broken person.Max Out Insights:• When you get broken by life, find a reason to get out of bed and keep living• Study your victories to repeat them: Once you see that overcoming obstacles is a process, it makes it easier to do it again• What do you think, feel, and do at your best?• You build resilience by being resilientMax Out Quotes:• „Rock bottom doesn`t show you who you are, it shows you who you`re not. And it showed me that I`m not my body.“• „If I can`t do that, what can I do? If I can`t walk, then maybe I can fly?“• „How do you create a new identity for yourself? Inch by inch.“• „I can`t cherrypick my experiences, I`m gonna take them all: The good, the painful, and the joyful.“• „I truly believe that what we really want in life is not just to be happy, but to have a life of meaning.“• „My happiness is more of a contentment of knowing that I`m doing what I`m meant to be doing.“• „Don`t compare your life to others on social media, just run your own race.“• „What brings me joy? What makes me come alive? What creates meaning for me?“• „What`s the gift in this?“• „Learn to love the hills of your life. What`s your hill in life right now? And what`s one thing you can do TODAY to get over that hill?“


2 Sep 2020

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janine shepherd | the curious silver lining of a spinal cord injury

Curious Minds with Dr. L

how do we recover when life hits us with a mack truck (figuratively and literally)? what are the ways that we grow triumph from tragedy? and how do we use curiosity to look up when we are so trained to look down? this and more as we dive into curiosity with janine shepherd. Janine Shepherd is an inspirational speaker and writer whose books have become classics in the survivor genre. A champion cross-country skier in training for the 1988 winter Olympics, Janine’s life changed forever when she was hit by a truck during a bicycle training ride in the Blue Mountains of Australia. Her remarkable life story ultimately captured the interest of a prominent film company, which produced the feature length movie, aptly titled Never Tell Me Never. In recognition of her service to the community and her tireless efforts in raising awareness for spinal cord research, Janine was awarded the Order of Australia, her nation’s highest honor. She is an ambassador for Spinal Cure Australia and Red Bull’s “Wings for Life” and a contributor to Deepak Chopra’s workshops. Janine’s story has been featured on 60 Minutes, This is Your Life and CNN’s Turning Points with Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Her inspirational and emotional TEDx talk, “A Broken Body Isn’t a Broken Person,” has been viewed almost 2 million times. Her latest book, “Defiant: A Memoir” was published for worldwide distribution by SoundsTrue®. On the podcast, Janine shares her own story of struggle, success, and surprise. She gets curious about the ways in which she used the power of 'what if' to propel her into the sky and become a pilot. Her resilience and courage took her far beyond what she imagined for herself and the grit she shares is contagious. TIME STAMPS: 3:27 - Janine’s story of suffering from a spinal cord injury.  5:25 - Janine’s emotional experience after her accident. 7:34 - The early insights of strength and how she identified her strength through her body.  12:32 - How do you let go and allow your mind to expand? 13:16 - The importance of loosening up your grip.  14:40 - How Janine transitioned to the role of pilot and how flying saved her. 21:25 - Aligning your goals with your values. 28:00 - How do we move away from defining who we are by our body.  32:20 - Getting curious about why we struggle to ask for help.  37:00 - Gratitude and how it expands us. 41:46 - Seeing life from a new perspective.  42:40 - Human Declaration Quiz.  48:02 - Closing Curiosity. FOR MORE FROM JANINE: www.janineshepherd.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/janine_shepherd/ www.drlarapence.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drlarapence/


17 Aug 2020

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Build Your Unshakable Core for Life with Janine Shepherd, CEO at The School of Resilence

The JA Show

Subscribe to The JA Show for more empowering episodes that move you to action.Connect with me on social media:LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/laura-eribeiroInstagram: www.instagram.com/laura_eribeiroYouTube: www.youtube.com/thejashowFor sponsorship opportunities in return for massive exposure, contact via www.lauraeribeiro.com/contactWebsite: www.thejashow.com


27 Jun 2020

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311: How A Paraplegic Learned To Fly | Janine Shepherd

The Melissa Ambrosini Show

Could you survive a tragedy? Join me as I chat with Janine Shepherd — a would-be Olympic skier who was in a horrific car accident that left her a paraplegic just before the Calgary Games. Her story will blow you away — hear how she bounced back from tragedy, rewrote the rules of what’s possible, and not only learned to walk again, but learned to fly. Enjoy!Head to https://melissaambrosini.com/311 for full episode resources and more inspiring weekly episodes.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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3 Jun 2020

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Janine Shepherd

KAren Swain ATP Radio

See more and get Janines books here https://wp.me/p58EtD-41YJanine Shepherd, a former Australian champion skier headed to the 1988 Winter Olympics, had a horrific bicycle accident during training, suffering multiple life-threatening injuries. After an NDE, Janine came back to earth to teach people how to overcome trauma by engaging in your defiant human spirit.Appreciate KAren Swain's work on ATP Media Awakening Consciousness? Please support us, you can share your love on this link https://www.paypal.me/KArenASwain. THANK YOU GET THE Awakened By Death BOOK on Amazon HERE https://www.amazon.com/Awakened-Death-Stories-Transformation-Awakening-ebook/dp/B07B8KFG2M/ref=dp_olp_1 JOIN US IN THE INNER SANCTUM https://karenswain.com/inner-sanctumTo join our webinar series please subscribe to the Inner Sanctum here http://karenswain.com/inner-sanctum/ When you join you have access to all the recording and each month you can meet KAren and her guests and ask your questions. SHINE YOUR LIGHT Brightly


29 May 2020

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Mother's Day Special with Janine Shepherd Resiliency Coach & the Spartan Up Team

Spartan Up! - A Spartan Race for the Mind!

On this special Mother's Day episode Joe De Sena talks with Janine Shepherd. She was training with the Australian Ski Team, positioned to be headed towards the Olympics, when a tragic accident sent her to a spinal ward for 6 months. She was forced to shift everything she thought defined her. She has led her life by the concept that a broken body is not a broken person. Through her dedication to Hope Theory- where hope is a cognitive skill- based on goals, pathways and agency- she guides us to cultivate resilience within ourselves. At the end of the episode hear what Joe De Sena and the rest of the Spartan Up team learned from their mothers! What does Janine advise to thriving in the difficult times we are facing? One way is to create goals with soul. You want to be striving towards something that you really look forward to and that has you racing out of bed. Be optimistic and have gratitude towards the work that you GET to do. Remember, those around you especially your kids are learning their models of resilience by watching you.  Next - start your day with a gratitude practice. Morning is best because it sets your day on the right track EARLY. Then ask - what would make today great? An last, strength is not just about the body, it’s truly about the mind. It’s important to practice “self-compassion” breaks and realize that with dedication and positivity you can Accomplish anything. Janine has become a mother of three, an extremely accomplished pilot and a true shining beacon of resilience.  Refrain your brain, develop a ritual of gratitude - especially for the mothers out there on this special Mother's Day episode!   This episode is brought to you by ATHLETICBREWING.COM for free shipping on two six-packs or more  LESSONS Strength comes from the body and MIND  It’s about what is inside Hope is a cognitive skill  Children learn resilience from those closest to them  Cultivate resilience within yourself  Gratitude works  Take self-compassion breaks  It’s about goals, pathways + agency  Have things that you looking forward to  Have a goal wit soul  Social distancing is a privilege  It’s about optimism, positivity + gratitude  If you can’t change your situation- change your attitude!  LINKS Save 20% on her course "Build an Unshakable Core” with code SpartanUp https://www.schoolforresilience.com/courses/building-an-unshakable-core LINKS https://janineshepherd.com TIME STAMPS0:00 Team introduction to this special Mother’s Day episode 0:40 ATHLETICBREWING.COM intro  1:30 “Janine the Machine” + the Australian Ski Team 3:00 surrendering to the accident + seeing a sign  4:00 What is strength?  5:00 The mind + creating a resilient life 7:00 Hope Theory  8:00 Ritual of gratitude  11:15 The importance of self-compassion breaks  11:45 ATHLETICBREWING.COM break 12:55 Interview begins with tree huggin’ 15:00 Becoming a pilot  16:00 Goals, pathways + agency  18:00 Goals with Soul  21:00 The richness of painful times 22:30 social distancing as a privilege  23:30 Optimism, positive + gratitude  25:30 The podcast team discusses Janine’s interview  29:00 The podmates discuss the greatest lessons from their moms 36:50 ATHLETICBREWING.COM close  SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/SpartanUpShow YouTube: http://bit.ly/SpartanUpYT Google Play: http://bit.ly/SpartanUpPlay FOLLOW SPARTAN UP: Spartan Up on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/spartanuppodcast/ Spartan Up on Twitter https://twitter.com/SpartanUpPod CREDITS: Producer – Marion Abrams, Madmotion, llc. Hosts: Joe De Sena, Johnny Waite, Colonel Nye, Sefra Alexandra & Dr. L   Synopsis – Sefra Alexandra | Seed Huntress  Production Assistant - Andrea Hagarty © 2020 Spartan


8 May 2020

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Summer Series Ep 8 - Best of Sport, Janine Shepherd

The Inner Chief

Welcome to the 2020 Summer Series as we take a bring you the best of the best episodes on from the world of elite sport and performance.  In this episode, we meet Janine Shepherd AM, Resilience and Motivation guru on Cultivating gratitude, the 12 Pillars of Resilience and healing through laughter. Go to: www.chiefmaker.com.au/136 Complete your FREE Career Scorecard: www.chiefmaker.com.au/score-card Janine was an Australian cross country skier, when in 1986, while training for the Winter Olympics on her bike in the Blue Mountains near Sydney, she was hit by a speeding truck. She broke multiple bones in her body, lost 5 litres of blood and spent the next 6 months in the spinal unit of a hospital where she began her long journey from probable death to recovery. While learning to walk again, she gained her private and commercial pilot’s licences and has gone on to receive an instructor rating, an aerobatics rating and seaplane rating. Janine has also completed multiple academic qualifications and written 6 books, inspired films and coached and spoken to millions of people. She has 3 children, and received the Order of Australia (AM) in 2001 and the Outstanding Young Person of the World in 1998. In this episode we talk about:  How the power of cultivating gratitude and the gift of acceptance got her through her hospital experience; How letting go of her former identity helped her discover a new one beyond her wildest dreams; The resilience she developed while going through a marriage breakup, financial disaster and moving countries; Finding laughter and rewiring your brain for a different experience of life; and How the ketogenic diet helped her become pain-free. Connecting with Janine Shepherd AM You can reach Janine on her website and can find her various books on Amazon. Books and resources mentioned in the episode Janine’s TED Talk - A broken body isn't a broken person Defiant - by Janine Shepherd AM Test Your Resilience The Brain that Changes Itself - by Norman Doidge The 30-Day Ketogenic Cleanse - by Maria Emmerich Articles by Steve Phinney Anatomy of an Illness - by Norman Cousins Man's Search for Meaning - by Viktor Frankl Power of Now - by Eckhart Tolle New Earth - by Eckhart Tolle The Hero’s Journey - by Joseph Campbell


16 Jan 2020