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Born Resilient

4 Podcast Episodes

Latest 1 May 2021 | Updated Daily

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You Were Born Resilient! Resiliency In Action, with Janine Shepherd

Savvy Business, Life Unscripted

Janine Shepherd is an inspirational speaker and writer whose books have become classics in the survivor genre. Janine's recently published memoir, DEFIANT: A Broken Body is Not a Broken Person, chronicles her life as champion cross-country skier in training for the 1988 winter Olympics, whose life changed forever when she was hit by a truck during a bicycle training ride in the Blue Mountains of Australia.The accident left her with permanent disabilities. Doctors said she'd never walk again and never be able to have kids. Not only did Janine learn to walk again, she learned to fly. She's earned her licenses as both a pilot and an aerobatics instructor. Janine went on to have three children. Janine was awarded the Order of Australia, her nation’s highest honor, in recognition of her service to the community and her tireless efforts in raising awareness for spinal cord research, .She is an ambassador for Spinal Cure Australia and Red Bull’s “Wings for Life” and a contributor to Deepak Chopra’s workshops. Janine was the youngest — and only female — director of Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), and has earned numerous awards within the aviation industry.For more information, visit janineshepherd.com.For more information, visit https://janineshepherd.com/ Listen to other awesome guests: savvybusinessradio.com/

16mins

17 Nov 2020

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You Were Born Resilient! - Resiliency In Action with Janine Shepherd

Savvy Business, Life Unscripted

Janine Shepherd is an inspirational speaker and writer whose books have become classics in the survivor genre. Janine's recently published memoir, DEFIANT: A Broken Body is Not a Broken Person, chronicles her life as champion cross-country skier in training for the 1988 winter Olympics, whose life changed forever when she was hit by a truck during a bicycle training ride in the Blue Mountains of Australia.The accident left her with permanent disabilities. Doctors said she'd never walk again and never be able to have kids. Not only did Janine learn to walk again, she learned to fly. She's earned her licenses as both a pilot and an aerobatics instructor. Janine went on to have three children. Janine was awarded the Order of Australia, her nation’s highest honor, in recognition of her service to the community and her tireless efforts in raising awareness for spinal cord research, .She is an ambassador for Spinal Cure Australia and Red Bull’s “Wings for Life” and a contributor to Deepak Chopra’s workshops. Janine was the youngest — and only female — director of Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), and has earned numerous awards within the aviation industry.For more information, visit janineshepherd.com.For more information, visit https://janineshepherd.com/ Listen to other awesome guests: savvybusinessradio.com/

17mins

17 Nov 2020

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ASOM - Ep 59 - Allan Kehler - Born Resilient

Ag State of Mind with Jason Medows

Part Two of our November series focusing on men's mental health. Today, we speak to Allan Kehler of Saskatchewan, Canada. Allan was introduced to me by previous guest and friend Lesley Kelly. Allan has an incredible story of perseverance and resilience through adversity. We talk about his journey to sobriety, the struggles with maintaining and being accepted with that sobriety, and his mission to break the tough guy stigma surrounding mental health in men. Speaking to Allan is like talking to an old friend and I'm proud that I am able to share it with the ASOM audience!https://agstateofmind.com/2020/11/08/asom-ep-59-allan-kehler/

8 Nov 2020

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Children aren't born resilient | Dr Kaylene Henderson

The Early Learning Podcast

Resilience isn't an innate quality that children are born with. We as parents, and also as educators, need to promote this through our interactions with children and in the experiences that we offer them.Kaylene discusses this topic and then answers parent questions.

17mins

28 Jul 2019

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