Breast Cancer Survivor Speaker


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Breast Cancer Survivor Speaker

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“50 Shades of Pink! –

A Journey of Hope and Humor!

Diana Jordan – Author, Comedienne, Motivational Speaker, Cancer Survivor, Actress.


The Journey

Find The Humor

A Happy “laff-attitude” helped me survive cancer – My Journey of Hope and Humor.

Have you ever laughed until you cried? Cried until you laughed?

How could Diana Jordan, the woman Oprah selected as “One of the funniest people on the planet!” get cancer? She did. Armed with a sense of humor, a strong medical team, and hours on Google (you know you do it too) Diana took off on her journey of hope and humor navigating through the diagnosis and determined not to become a statastic. Diana has also added a much needed block of humor surrounding the covid crisis calling it ‘covid humor’ – “Has self quarantine caused your LuLu Lemons to look like LuLu Grapefruits!”

“Early detection equals prevention.” As a breast cancer speaker Diana emphasizes the importance of stress reduction as well as the critical nature of following a good nutritional plan, having more fun, being socially active, accepting your new normal and ‘finding the funny’ in life in general. ‘Humor is all around us! Pay attention to your life! It’s talking to you! Take a cue from that great philosopher poet, Ferris Bueller: “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Indeed! We all need to make an appointment with ourselves to have more fun and love.
Do we need a book called,” Cancer Etiquette for Dummies.”

“You have to find the humor in all situations in life- it can literally save it. Example: A couple of weeks after my mastectomy a friend’s brother said to me, ‘I’m so sorry you had cancer, believe me, I understand. My moms older sister had a vasectomy!” Did he really say that! Oh yes, he did. Ya gotta laugh!

Cancer patients, survivors, and their families are such special people and are so very grateful to all the wonderful healthcare workers that strive to try to make their life a little easier. With this disease on the rise Diana finds herself in high demand as not only a breast cancer survivor speaker but also a cancer Speaker in general. “People do not realize how many different kinds of cancers there are. She shares her experiences and the effects it has had on her as a patient and survivor as well as on family and friends.”

Diana shares how she works diligently at prevention.

Even though such a serious subject audiences will laugh through her “Oops” moments with Tom Cruise when she appeared in the hit movie “Jerry Maguire”. They will share an “Oopsrah” moment while she performed her comedy routine on the Oprah Winfrey show and what it was like to date and what she learned about how important laughter is in our lives from Robin Williams.

Diana leaves audiences with laughter and a more positive way to deal with this difficult situation.

Diana is a favorite Breast Cancer Survivor and Cancer Speaker

As well as being a popular Speaker Diana is also a 25 year veteran stand-up comedian and actress. She can be seen in the Oscar nominated movie, “Jerry Macguire” with Tom Cruise and “Blood Pagent” which will be released in 2020 and also starring Billy Baldwin and Snoop Dog.

Some Objectives – can be customized

  • Exhibit how to use laughter and humor to cope with stress, change, pain management and attitude.
  • Explore the many health benefits of laughter (massages the heart, improves circulation, lowers blood pressure, releases endorphins, and helps you lose weight! Yea!
  • Dealing with friends and family and how to understand that they have a difficult time as well.
  • How to find your funny by making and using your own ‘Giggle Box!” (A Dr. Oz favorite!)
  • Getting used to your ‘New Normal’ and how to continue the journey with hope and humor.

Diana and George Lopez at a breast cancer awareness event at the Beverly Hills Hotel in 2021.