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Podcast: From Survivor to Thriver: The Story of a Modern Day Tin Man

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From Survivor to Thriver: The Story of a Modern Day Tin Man  Brian Campkin, was 46 years old was diagnosed with heart disease and needed emergency triple bypass surgery. As a survivor, Brian has volunteered for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, speaking to audiences about his struggle to regain his health. He is author of the upcoming book From Survivor to Thriver.

From Survivor to Thriver: The Story of a Modern Day Tin Man

  • Why do you use a Tin Man analogy?
  • Can heart disease save your life?
  • What can people do today to get on the road to better health?
  • Is self-discipline the key to wellness? Is it what holds people back?
  • How can you find the will to stick to your goals?

To learn more about Brian and his upcoming book, From Survivor to Thriver visit

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8 Responses to "Podcast: From Survivor to Thriver: The Story of a Modern Day Tin Man"

  1. Brian B says:

    This guy is a fraud…seriously.

    Stop drinking bacon grease you dink farmer.

  2. Phillip says:

    No way – he was in great shape! He spent his days chasing guys balls on the tennis court!

  3. BrianB says:

    True – thats a sweaty job. But then had a symptom – had it diagnosed, and then had the appropriate corrective action.

    I dont smell hero in that ball sweat.

  4. Ben says:

    Both true – but lets looks at the common denominator here.

    He has 3 girls – This guy must be pumped so full of estrogen. And if I know chicks..they love attention..

    Give him his 4 mins of fame.

  5. BrianB says:

    True – Sad man.

  6. Phillip says:


  7. Gerard says:

    Pretty harsh comments. The success rate for the bypass surgery is only 95-98%, if this guy isn’t considered a hero, I don’t know what is.

  8. Richie says:

    HA! Always good to see a roasting of this clown. Used to work with him at HP – briefly, thank goodness.

    A-Class Dink.

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