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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bean Gill. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bean Gill, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bean Gill. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bean Gill, often where they are interviewed.

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#33 Bean Gill - Mental & Physical Health Guru

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There aren’t many people with a goal to live to 109 years old, but Benveet Gill (Bean for short) has her sights firmly set on this and other lofty goals. Struck down by Transverse Myelitis and paralyzed from the waist down while on vacation with her friends when she was 30, Bean turned the worst moment in her life into an opportunity to work on her mental health, build a thriving rehabilitation business, and help change healthcare and services for the disabled in Canada.

Key learnings and tips and tricks from this podcast include:

  • Managing your mental health
  • Dating
  • Job interviews when you're disabled
  • How to stay fit
  • Choosing the right partner in business
  • Navigating cultural stigmas
  • How to stay focussed on a goal
  • How to change the system
Apr 09 2020 · 56mins
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Episode 86 with Bean Gill, ReYu Paralysis Recovery Ctr.

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Bean Gill was born in Edmonton to an East Indian family and has 3 crazy siblings. She grew up to become an x-ray technologist whose career was cut short by an unforeseen event that left her paralyzed from the waist down in 2012.

Now happily divorced and running a growing non profit organization called ReYu Paralysis Recovery Centre she is changing the way the public sees people with disabilities. She advocates for equality in ALL aspects and uses her loud voice to raise awareness and create change in the world around her.

She is the reigning Miss Wheelchair Canada, won Global's Woman of Vision award, was recognized by Mattel as one of Canada's top 60 inspiring women as part of Barbie's 60th Anniversary. She also won Top 40 Under 40 in 2019 and RBC's Women of Influence Award in the Ones to Watch category, a few steps forward in her plan to change the world❤️

You can find more all over the internet, and here's her amazing rehab centre: https://www.reyu.ca/
Feb 04 2020 · 52mins

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Respond, Don’t React with Bean Gill

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This week’s guest, Bean, has a story that serves up a dose of reality like you’ve never heard before. She joins the Inner Circle to share the unbelievable events of bullying, love lost, and the physical trauma and recovery that changed her life forever. Bean talks about how she went from dealing with a new identity of life in a wheelchair and losing mobility to using her situation as a platform to help others through her ReYu Recovery Centre which she Co-Founded and currently runs. 

What You’ll Hear in This Episode: 

  • Bean’s experience of growing up in a culture that had strict religious rules, and more about how she rebelled against the restrictions. 
  • How Bean got into becoming an X-ray technician, and the ways it opened her eyes to the good and bad aspects of healthcare in the country currently.
  • Bean shares what it was like to be heavily bullied as a child, and how that plays into her mission now to welcome others and remind us we are all human.
  • The crazy event in Las Vegas that changed everything in Bean’s life, and led her to finally stop and process her emotions.
  • What Conversion Disorder is, and how our brain can be so powerful that it can literally shut down the body.
  • How Bean took her health into her own hands, got the answers and help she needed, and maintained an attitude of gratitude, bravery, and courage.
  • How Bean met her business partner Nancy, started the non-profit ReYu Paralysis Recovery Center with zero capital, and are now up to 131 clients. 
  • ReYu serves as a safe judgment-free place where people with disabilities can come and be accepted.
  • What Bean wants us to know about how we really treat people with disabilities.

Quotes: 

  • “There are so many things wrong with our healthcare system. It’s good, but it’s not great.”
  • “My life will always have challenges, and I will always face adversity more than the average citizen.”
  • “There is a lesson in everything.”
  • “I wish I had someone to help me through the dark times, and by sharing my story I can be there for others.”

Mentioned: 

Teaching the Message of Charge with Dr. Farha Shariff 

First Steps Wellness Centre 

Project Walk 

Zag Creative 

University of Alberta Canada 

ReYu Paralysis Recovery Center

Journey Into the Inner Circle: 

Carrie Doll 

@CarrieADoll - Twitter

@carriedollconsulting - Instagram 

Carrie Doll - Facebook

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Jan 21 2020 · 1hr 7mins
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You Only Get One Chance Feat. Bean Gill

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Pammy is joined by Bean Gill and her sister Tin! Bean is the Co-Founder of ReYu Paralysis Recovery and shares her AMAZING story. If you're getting down on life and need some uplighting & laughs...THIS IS THIS EPISODE FOR YOU! 

Jan 16 2020 · 44mins

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Breaking Barriers and Confronting Adversity | Bean Gill

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Benveet (Bean) Gill, the founder of ReYu Paralysis Recovery Centre, had the worst year of her life in 2012. Newly single, after leaving an abusive relationship, during a trip to Las Vegas, a virus paralyzed her from the waist down. 

Today we're talking to her about her fight back from depression, the challenges and triumphs along her journey, and how ReYu is helping others to improve the lives of people with disabilities. 

For more information on ReYu Paralysis Recovery Centre:

Nov 25 2019 · 57mins
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Keep Your Head Up I Bean Gill on The 2nd Floor

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Bean Gill is the co founder of the non profit organization ReYu Paralysis Recovery Centre in Edmonton, Alberta.

After losing the ability to use her legs in 2012, Bean and her Partner Nancy have dedicated their lives to helping those with neurologic conditions to reconnect their brain to their bodies and retrain the nervous system. 

We dive deep and get to know Bean's story as a paralzyed entrenprenur and straight badass when it comes to taking on the challenges of life.

Find us on all streaming platforms : Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Stitcher

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Mar 18 2019 · 57mins
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Ep: 49 | Bean Gill | Redefining Paralysis Recovery

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Bean Gill is the co-founder and executive director of ReYu Paralysis Recovery Centre and has dedicated her life to leaving a legacy of helping others. The story of how Bean became a paraplegic is as tragic as it is curious. Bean suffered a severe attack of a condition known as transverse myelitis while on a girl’s trip in Las Vegas. Within minutes of this crazy painful attack, she had lost the use of both legs, and the course of her life was altered. Bean has an infectious excitement for life and she shares how she was able to make it through this dark time and how she pushes forward every day on her mission.

Jul 18 2018 · 1hr 7mins