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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 ...
 
Stories about the past and future versions of ourselves and what we want to tell them. Hosts Maria, Steph and Sophie speak to people who have recently received a letter from their past self, to ask if life turned out as they expected. Guests unravel their most personal thoughts with three strangers, and find the beauty in the everyday. #HopeThisFindsMeWell is an editaudio original.
 
How did three women completely vanish without a trace? Host Anne Roderique-Jones travels to the Ozarks to follow an unsolved crime in her hometown of Springfield where Stacy McCall, Suzie Streeter, and Sherrill Levitt went missing on June 7 of 1992. The Springfield Three: A Small-Town Disappearance is an investigative true crime podcast produced by editaudio and written and hosted by journalist Anne Roderique-Jones who weaves in her own personal narrative as she examines the intricate trail ...
 
In Confluence, Canada's Tech Envoy in Silicon Valley, Consul General Rana Sarkar delves into issues shaping technology and diplomacy through the lenses of Silicon Valley, Canada, and the world. Each episode, Sarkar presses critical topics with subject matter experts to gain an unrestricted, deep dive into the tech policy issues defining our times.
 
At Cosmo and Tinder, we’ve heard tons of dating stories lately, and they’re just too good not to share. Each week, Cosmo’s Sex & Relationships Director, Faye Brennan, will be joined by a new guest host to hear juicy, hilarious and, yes, romantic dating stories from real Tinder users across the country. Jetting off to the Bahamas after a first date? Booking 6 dates back to back in the same night? We’ll get into it all with singles living everywhere from Sin City to small town south Carolina o ...
 
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The need to create and shift towards pro-human tech is more important than it’s ever been. The question is, how do we get there? Do we leave it up to the governments, policy makers and diplomats to figure out or do we let Big Tech answer this for us? Does a world exist where they can all work together while our democracy is at stake? This week, Ran…
 
In this episode of Confluence, host Rana Sarkar takes a closer look at what techplomacy is, how it works, and why it’s important. To better understand the global stakes at play, we hear from two experts from Stanford University: Eileen Donahoe—Executive Director of the Global Digital Policy Incubator and former US Ambassador to the UN Human Rights …
 
Let’s talk about sex baby! Let’s talk about you and me! What do you like? What have you tried? Let’s hang out in bed and tell Daddy all the things they can do to make you feel good. I’ve got a fun story to share with you. It’s about how I found sexual liberation through BDSM. It’s a bit of a steamy story so I hope you’re ready. Get cozy. Are you on…
 
Hellooo? Are you alive? I’m not the type to double or triple text so when you’re ready to talk let me know! I’m really not a player, I just crush a lot. No one really talks about the games people play in relationships and the roles we suddenly fit into. Communication is truly key baby and if you want this like I want this let’s make it work. If I m…
 
In episode eighth and final episode of The Springfield Three, we look at Springfield now--nearly 30 years after the disappearance of Stacy, Suzie, and Sherrill, and I work to unpack how this has affected an entire community. These were three women, beloved by so many, that had so much in front of them. And there is a common narrative in this case. …
 
Emily O'Brien made one bad decision that landed her in prison. While spending time with other inmates watching television and making popcorn, Emily also developed a business idea. A gourmet popcorn company called, Comeback Snacks. It not only satisfies cravings but also helps former inmates by giving them a second chance - a comeback. Emily chatted…
 
In the Consulate of Canada’s first podcast, Rana Sarkar, Canada’s Tech Envoy in Silicon Valley, will delve into the issues shaping technology, diplomacy, and economic recovery through the lenses of Silicon Valley, Canada, and the world. In each episode, he will discuss pressing topics with subject matter experts to gain an unrestricted, deep dive i…
 
Damn, how is it only our 4th date and I'm already in my feelings? Are you going through this too? Can we talk? For a minute? I want to know more than your name. Last night was… wow you blew my mind! But I just want to give you a quick call to check-in. I know communicating feelings can be hard but, tell Daddy what’s on your mind. I’m listening. Tal…
 
In episode seven of The Springfield Three, we dive into questions that remain. Because, really, there are so many questions. First and maybe most importantly, why and who would want to do this to Stacy, Suzie, and Sherrill? How did the perpetrator manage to get three healthy women out of the house with very little, if no, sign of struggle? How did …
 
Like any special day in the year, Father’s Day can be happy and terribly sad for many people. Losing one’s dad, husband or father-like figure can make this day very difficult to navigate alone. Janet Fanaki, host of the RESILIENT PEOPLE podcast and lead content creator for the RESILIENT PEOPLE blog, lost her 51 year old husband Adam to brain cancer…
 
Babe, I want us to talk in a more intimate setting. Let’s meet up at this dope new lounge I found online. I’m really curious to know where you’d like this to go. I know it’s only been a few dates but our connection is definitely growing. I really like you, and want you around. Should we continue to explore our connection? Let’s talk babe. Is it me …
 
On episode six of the Springfield Three we uncover what went wrong in the investigation. To be perfectly clear, there are a lot of folks in Springfield’s law enforcement that want nothing more than to solve this case. But after a year of research, it seems to me that just about everyone points to one key person who could have possibly failed this c…
 
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 anyt…
 
In episode five of The Springfield Three, we look at some of the potential suspects that emerge in this case. We talk about Steve Garrison, who is serving 40 years in prison for raping, sodomizing, and terrorizing a female college student in Springfield, Missouri in the summer of 1993, just a year after the three women went missing. There’s Larry D…
 
Welcome back cutie, I really enjoyed my time with you last week. I’m excited to spend a bit more time with you. You’re so refreshing and an amazing listener. I’m really into you, I hope you feel the same! Let’s dig a bit deeper this time. I want to know everything. What are your thoughts on love? How do you define it? Let’s talk. I'll meet you at t…
 
We're spending a lot, maybe too much, time on our computers and devices. From checking text messages to fooling around on social media and hopping on video conference calls there are many days when it can seem like we're forever staring at a screen. It's no surprise that it's not great for our mental or physical health. The acronym S.H.A.D.E.S was …
 
In episode four of the Springfield Three, we start to delve into the leading theories that emerge. We’ll talk about a group of men who were arrested for stealing gold fillings out of corpses’ mouths in a local cemetery—one of whom was dating Suzie. We’ll talk about a boy who tells the haunting story of seeing the women in what locals called “The Gi…
 
Do you come here often? You caught my eye from across the bar. You looked so beautiful so I had to come by and chat with you. Now here we are on our first date. I want to get to get to know you babe. I just want to get you to open up. Let’s share some laughs over a couple drinks. I’ll have Trish put it on my tab. Let’s keep the conversation going, …
 
Marnie Hill wrote the book, Daddy's Blue Eyes, following the death of her son-in-law Matthew Leslie. He left behind a young wife and two daughters. A professional communications specialist, Marnie was coping with her own grief while also looking for a way to help her granddaughters to understand their dad's passing. By writing this book, her goal i…
 
Episode 3: Who took Suzie, Sherrill, and Stacy—and more importantly, why? In this episode, we join the town as they dive into a desperate search, on foot and even horseback, through the deep and dark lakes of the Ozarks. We look to find an answer to the question: what could have happened between 2:15 AM on June 7th and 9AM the following morning? We…
 
Episode 2: We dig into the details of the girls’ graduation night—a night that was filled with excitement and promise, until it wasn’t. What exactly happened that night? We look at a timeline of events and talk to the friends who arrived at the house at 1717 Delmar Street; those who could possibly have found the one piece of evidence in the case. W…
 
Episode 1: On June 7 of 1992 three women went missing from a single-family home in the Missouri Ozarks. Stacy McCall and Suzie Streeter who, along with Suzie’s mother, Sherrill Levitt, completely vanished in the early hours of the girls’ graduation night. They’ve been missing ever since. At the scene, there is no trace of a body and there is no DNA…
 
Resilience is the outcome but how do we get there? My name is Janet Fanaki and I'm the host of RESILIENT PEOPLE. In a new segment called REVELATIONS, I'll be sharing easy tips and takeaways for you to try. These will drop every two weeks and come from my fantastic conversations with guests on the podcast. Each episode of REVELATIONS will only be a …
 
Registered Dietitian Ashley Koff is a leading expert in nutrition and creator of The Better Nutrition Program. She is also an author, public speaker, and consultant who lives in the US. Ashley's goal is to ensure that patients and clients are receiving the best knowledge to manage their health through food, lifestyle and supplements. She loves talk…
 
Melissa Sheldrick is a Toronto mom, wife and patient safety advocate. She came to this role following the sudden death of her son Andrew. He was only 8 years old when an error in the dispensing by a pharmacist had Andrew take a lethal dose of something other than his medication. Heartbroken but determined, Melissa set out to make it her purpose to …
 
Casey Palmer is an author, blogger, husband and dad from Toronto. Many of his posts are about parenthood and life with his wife and two young boys. Casey created the hashtag #blackdadworries to raise awareness for the double-standards that exist for the Black community and the things he considers in raising his sons. As the trial of Officer Derek C…
 
So much of resilience is in being prepared for life's unexpected challenges. How does this relate to money? Doris Belland is a Financial Repair Expert who has witnessed firsthand the power of knowing all about your finances. She was in her 20s when her husband was diagnosed with cancer and then following his death at a young age, she found herself …
 
When you get this, you'll know what I'm talking about: Kim, a future best-selling author* in the Philippines, writes to herself days after a holiday romance in Vietnam came to its natural conclusion. In one of the season’s most visual, dream-like letters, Kim immortalizes moped rides in the rain, and all-encompassing joy tinged with sadness. While …
 
Good luck, future me. I hope you feel more certain: Noah, a high school senior in Illinois, is writing to organise his thoughts. Considering ideas of gender and where his identity might fit on the spectrum, Noah’s letter is full of questions for his future self. Now, as that slightly older person, Noah shares how the answers weren’t as important as…
 
The challenges of being a stay-at-home parent are real. There are many rewards but it's a job that is 24/7 and at times very demanding. For Dale Allen Berg, being a stay-at-home dad to three active young children under the age of 6, is enough to make anyone run away in fear. On top of the regular chores he does at home: cooking, cleaning, driving f…
 
I'm forever changed, you are forever changed: Nataya, a communications student at Washington State University, is writing to capture the anger and inspiration she feels after a powerful day of learning. Her curiosity piqued by an inspirational teacher, Nataya realizes the privilege her education affords her, and is determined to never stop reading …
 
You can still do all the things your heart aches for: Nicholas, a Marketing and Media Director in Colorado, is writing a letter for his 30th Birthday. But far from celebration, Nicholas’ mind is full of worry. What does faith look like when the church condemns him? Will he be rejected by those closest to him for living authentically? Will he ever b…
 
Dr. Caitlin Kirby is an environmental science educator and researcher. She successfully completed her doctorate degree in October 2019. Normally 3 years long, there are many struggles in completing a PhD. Stress, funding, work life balance and in Dr. Kirby’s case - rejection. “Rejection from what?” you may be wondering. For Caitlin she did somethin…
 
I couldn't have done it without you. Thank you. I love you: Jessica, a teacher in New York, writes to preserve the memory of losing her mother. Guilt-ridden and grieving, Jessica confesses to her mom how she lied to protect her, why she kept her voicemails, and what she’d give now to go out and run the errands she used to resent. In today’s convers…
 
Hope all goes well and you're not too grey or fat: Rory, a new dad in Kilkenny, Ireland, is writing to himself 7 weeks into fatherhood. A first baby and a new job; Rory finds life as he knew it quickly slipping away. Speaking to hosts Sophie, Steph, and Maria 10 years later, Rory reflects on the fear he had for his future, who gets baby-naming prio…
 
My friend Maggie highly recommended that I somehow find Mr. Elly Gotz for RESILIENT PEOPLE. Her daughter attended one of his infamous school presentations. My son also heard Elly speak at his school. Until the pandemic started in 2020, Elly Gotz was doing over 100 speaking engagements a year - and at the time he was 92 YO! Not only is he a public s…
 
It's fun to hope that things stay the same: Madison, an Eating Disorder Prevention Advocate in Iowa, is writing to herself to preserve her contentment, and remind Future Madison of all she’s achieved in the past year. Hosts Steph, Sophie, and Maria talk with Madison about moving away from home, learning to love our bodies and look after our minds, …
 
I’m doing something different for this episode. Instead of bringing you a conversation that I’ve had with someone, I’m going to talk about a topic that I’ve been thinking about for some time and anyone who is facing grief will be able to relate to it. We’re a few days away from the biggest and most romantic day of the year - if you’re in a couple. …
 
You are a queen to me, and I send nothing but love and reverence to you: Jenn, an entrepreneur in Oregon, is writing to herself in a rare moment of peace, before the garbage trucks and her abusive partner return and kick up the dust once more. Now, three years later, she shares how overcoming the challenges in her letter - as well as yoga and weed …
 
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Jim Swan, an esteemed cardiologist from Toronto. He is one of the most highly-regarded physicians in Canada and a real trailblazer in the field of cardiology. In 2019, Jim lost his twin brother George to Glioblastoma (also known as GBM), the most aggressive form of brain cancer. They were 70 years old. As fate woul…
 
Change the world sir, and love like crazy: Marlo, a public speaker in Barbados, writes to his future self off the back of a breakup and on the brink of another big move. Hosts Steph, Sophie and Maria discuss what ‘home’ really means, hear Marlo’s philosophy on expectation-free-dating, how to make friends as an adult, and why he went for coffee with…
 
With hope, love and with whatever emotion is left in you: Bella, a recent highschool grad in Utah, is writing her future self encouraging messages during a global pandemic. Hosts Steph, Sophie and Maria talk to her about maintaining friendships during COVID, living in such a polarizing political state, and finding strength in yourself. Her letter s…
 
The one thing about love is it doesn’t run out: Marie, an accountant in her 50s living in the Midwest of America, is writing to her future self and telling us the realities we often don’t see in the media. Does debt-free living actually exist? Can you heal a marriage after an affair? What is sex in your 50s really like? Hosts Steph Colbourn, Sophie…
 
Elizabeth Verwey had a major shift in her life when she was 56. Her husband whom she had known since she was 17 and married when she was 19 had decided that he wanted out of their seemingly happy marriage. She found herself as a single mom and faced her fear of being alone. I met Elizabeth, pre-pandemic, in her apartment in Toronto where she shared…
 
Stories about the past and future versions of ourselves and what we want to tell them. Hosts Maria, Steph and Sophie speak to people who have recently received a letter from their past self, to ask if life turned out as they expected. Guests unravel their most personal thoughts with three strangers, and find the beauty in the everyday. #HopeThisFin…
 
Sixty-year old Lee Silverstein has lived with three different cancers in his lifetime including kidney, colon and liver. He created the We Have Cancer podcast to provide information, inspiration and hope. As Lee sees it, cancer affects everyone. I spoke with him and his wife Linda from their home in Florida. In between the laughs, we talked about h…
 
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