A proud mom moment — watching her son play volleyball at his school — turned into horror as a volleyball slammed into her face, causing instant brain trauma. Less than a year later, her fiancé was in a car accident which caused post-traumatic amnesia. Then her best friend was diagnosed with stage four cancer, given only weeks to live.
How did Jane Enright cope? Gratitude. Jane focused on positivity and cherishing her relationships, including her love for her sons.
In this moving episode of Chatter That Matters, Jane talks about transitioning from despair, struggling even to form sentences, to finding her “Super Awesome Life.” Jane learned to live intentionally, benefiting from sharing her story. Her book, Butter Side Up: How I Survived My Most Terrible Year & Created My Super Awesome Life, started as a journey to repair her brain, flew off the shelves, and won multiple awards. It was a 2021 Eric Hoffer Award finalist; a 2022 Canadian Book Club Award Winner — Health, Wellness & Spirituality; and the 2022 Silver Evergreen Medal from Living Now Book Awards recipient.
This episode will help all those feeling insecure and uncertain feel confident there can be happiness on the other side.
The Marketing Hall of Legends and the Canadian Marketing and PR Hall of Fame Inductee Tony Chapman host Chatter That Matters. Each week Tony chats with an inspiring person who matters. Someone with the courage and conviction to overcome circumstances, chase their dreams, and change their world and ours for the better. The show is about positivity and the possibility to counter all the negativity and a growing sense of impossibility.
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