THIS EPISODE OF GROWING OLDER LIVING YOUNGER focuses on resilience and triumph over adversity, through keeping a mindset of personal responsibility for your own happiness, and creating a joyful life. We also discuss the fascinating story of the Gold Rush and Klondike Kate.
Today’s Featured Guest is Susan Janzen, author of “Living and Loving Each Day”, and host of the “Living and Loving Each Day” podcast. Susan is an accomplished singer and recording artist who represented Edmonton for two years as Klondike Kate and sang the National Anthems at two Stanley Cup Playoff games. She continues her professional singing career as the vocalist with a 16-piece Trocadero Orchestra. Susan earned her Bachelor of Education degree at 42, and is a Certified Happy for No Reason Coach and Trainer. In her Course -7 Steps to Courageous Confidence on Camera, Susan empowers the camera-shy to master their on-camera presence.
[0:11] Aging, resilience, and mindset with author Susan Janzen
[2:51] How she triumphed over adversity and built a musical career
[7:29] The story of Klondike Kate and Edmonton’s gold rush history
[12:00] Career in music and education.
[16:30] Personal experiences in special education, and career changes
[21:35] Taking personal responsibility for happiness
[27:02] Personal growth through grief, and faith
[31:58] Aging, gratitude, and special needs parenting.
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