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RESILIENT PEOPLE is an original podcast hosted by Janet Fanaki. Listen in on stories of EXTRAordinary people around the world who are admired for their resilience. They are people like you and me. Each episode features a unique story, with guests who have overcome a major challenge and are creating something to help others be resilient too. Their stories are inspirational and relatable. Each episode will leave you with a new sense of how to move forward through life's twists and turns. Join us, as we introduce you to the people you wish you always knew, and now do.

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RESILIENT PEOPLE is an original podcast hosted by Janet Fanaki. Listen in on stories of EXTRAordinary people around the world who are admired for their resilience. They are people like you and me. Each episode features a unique story, with guests who have overcome a major challenge and are creating something to help others be resilient too. Their stories are inspirational and relatable. Each episode will leave you with a new sense of how to move forward through life's twists and turns. Join us, as we introduce you to the people you wish you always knew, and now do.

    Extreme explorer Sean Swarner pushes us to conquer our own Everest

    Extreme explorer Sean Swarner pushes us to conquer our own Everest

    In this episode of RESILIENT PEOPLE, I had the pleasure of speaking with extreme adventurer Sean Swarner. Sean has scaled the world’s seven tallest summits, hiked to the south and north poles making him a member of the exclusive Explorer’s Grand Slam. He did all of this with only one lung.

    A survivor of 2 children cancers, Sean has proven that anything is possible and aims to inspire cancer patients and others to conquer their own mountains. As someone who has spent his entire life overcoming challenges, I was keen to learn what inspires Sean, where he gets his resilience from and what standing on top of the world is like given everything he’s been through.

    To learn more about Sean Swarner, visit www.seanswarner.com.

    For more interviews with EXTRAordinary people admired for their resilience, visit ResilientPeople.ca or on Twitter or Instagram. The RESILIENT PEOPLE podcast is available on all platforms including Apple, Spotify and Stitcher. Go to resilient-people.simplecast.com.

    • 29 min
    REVELATIONS: What is S.H.A.D.E.S?

    REVELATIONS: What is S.H.A.D.E.S?

    S.H.A.D.E.S are for more than just looking good. It's also an acronym developed in the streaming and gaming communities as a mental health check-in.

    Host of the RESILIENT PEOPLE podcast, Janet Fanaki, walks us through the meaning of S.H.A.D.E.S, why it's so important to know and use, and how it helps in building resilience.

    • 4 min
    Explaining death to children through a touching personal story

    Explaining death to children through a touching personal story

    • 29 min
    REVELATIONS: Tips & takeaways for resilience from RESILIENT PEOPLE

    REVELATIONS: Tips & takeaways for resilience from RESILIENT PEOPLE

    REVELATIONS is a biweekly segment to the RESILIENT PEOPLE podcast. It offers tips and takeaways to foster a more positive mindset and teach us all to be more resilient.

    • 3 min
    Resilience through better nutrition with Registered Dietitian Ashley Koff

    Resilience through better nutrition with Registered Dietitian Ashley Koff

    • 31 min
    Her son's death led Melissa Sheldrick to become a patient safety advocate

    Her son's death led Melissa Sheldrick to become a patient safety advocate

    • 36 min

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Challenging!

This podcast challenged me. Janet’s story is profound, as is her determination to use the pain to help others. Janet speaks with polish and compassion to draw stories out from her guests. iI’m also challenged by the accomplishments of her her guests.

Accomplishments by her guests, such as transgendered man Terrence Rodriguez who advocates for kids in the LGBQT community. And Elizabeth Verway who who married as a teen and divorced at the age of 56. She used her loneliness to build community to reach out to others dealing with loneliness.

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