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Oh my gosh, I can’t wait to introduce you guys to the Ganus siblings! I have BOTH of these amazing kids on the podcast today – they are truly inspirational. We talk all things family dynamics, going off to college, high school, acting, music, life hacks and lots more.
Spencer and Tyler are both talented and accomplished musicians and actors – but more than anything, they are dynamic individuals. The bond they share is very unique; because of the rare, life-threatening blood disease that Tyler had at a very young age, they share a family dynamic and closeness that has helped to shape them and their relationship, not only with each other but also with their parents.
We talk about ALL of that, as well as Tyler’s new music he’s releasing, his acting career, and yes – also his promising baseball career. Yeah, he’s kinda busy! Hearing his perspective on balancing all of that with a college prep school and friends, of course, is pretty insightful.
Spencer shares about how she dealt with her adjustment to college, as well as her passion for dance and her academic endeavors. As a student at Duke, she has many opportunities and has also started her own health and wellness company because she is super passionate about building a community of young people who are also interested in understanding their own health, as well as personal development and growth.
This podcast is great for anyone who wants to be inspired by young people today, but who might also be looking to gain insight from two very dynamic individuals who understand the mind/body connection on a very deep level – at a very young age. We even touch on how they deal with anxiety and stress, meditation, gratefulness – as well as time management skills.
I cannot say enough good things about these two! Do yourself a favor and listen!