Addicted To The Climb podcast with Kelley Tyan
APPLY TODAY for 1:1 coaching with Kelley! a 1 hour power hour session, a 4 week accountability plan, or 3 months! https://www.kelleytyan.com/coaching JOIN the faith fueled inner circle membership for women here: https://www.kelleytyan.com/new-addicted-to-the-climb-sales-page JOIN the free Facebook here: Addicted to the Climb Download the FREE DOERS Method Ebook here to start taking massive action in your life! Show Notes: If you are a person that prays, have you been praying for yourself lately? I am guilty of forgetting to pray for myself at times and today, is your reminder! We tend to pray for everyone else, and sometimes we need to put our needs at the top of the list so we can continue to pour into others. I pray this message fuels you up to PRAY big bold prayers over yourself as you continue to encourage others. If you know someone that needs this message, please share it! That would mean the world to me and it is the only way I can spread the message of Addicted to the Climb to more people. I appreciate you more than than know and I hope to see you inside my community. Follow Kelley on all social media platforms: Linkedin Instagram https://www.instagram.com/kelleytyan/ Facebook Have a super blessed week ahead! XO
This episode Chad and Francis work out the backbone of being successful despite setbacks. No one - literally - can claim 100% success in all things at all times under all conditions. In fact, it is more likely that the progress toward your goals is proportional to the number of "failures" you experience in pursuit of your goals. They candidly discuss the challenges that we all deal with frequently, on and off the match clock: failures, surprise twists of life, burn-out and more! The hosts work to find the common points that helped get past road blocks to find meaning in the areas of competitive shooting that matter most: Friendship, dedication and positivity. If you need a good pick-me-up before you next match, listen to this episode...twice!
This week's episode of The Confident Woman Podcast features Kelley Tyan, a faith-based entrepreneur, coach, speaker, author, and top 1% podcaster. In this inspiring conversation, Rachel and Kelley discuss the power of faith in entrepreneurship and how it can help women overcome fear and continue to climb higher in life, one step at a time. In this episode, you'll learn:Kelley's personal journey to faith-based entrepreneurship The importance of building a strong foundation in faith Breaking through fear and overcoming obstacles in business How to stay motivated and committed to your climb Tips for building a successful business with faith-based principles The impact of Kelley's book and podcast, "Addicted to the Climb" Whether you're an aspiring entrepreneur or looking for inspiration to keep climbing higher in life, this episode is a must-listen. Don't miss this empowering conversation with Kelley Tyan and Rachel on The Confident Woman Podcast. Tune in now!Resources:Go to iamrachelbrooks.com/organifi and use Code: TCW20 to save 20% on your entire order!Links to Check Out:Grab your copy of Rachel's best-selling book, Chasing Perfection: A Journey to Healing, Fitness, and Self-Love, AND get a gift with your purchase.Be sure to check out the limited-time, Fit From Within: 60 Days to Finding Freedom journal and start creating healthy habits and a balanced lifestyle from the inside out.Check out our newest obsession, I Am Athletics - a lifestyle and activewear apparel brand for The Confident Woman. Order Today & Save 20% - Promo Code: TCW20Check out some of Rachel's favorite things at iamrachelbrooks.com/favoritethingsDownload your FREE Confidence Booster GuideJoin The Confident Woman Community on Facebook here!Free Resource Hub - get the good here!Check out Kelley's Book Addicted To The Climb: Faith-Fueled Stories of Hope, Courage, and Strength To Keep on ClimbingConnect with Kelley Tyan: WebsiteLinkedinFacebook
Scott Johnston is a world-class coach who specializes in mountain endurance sports. This episode is a masterclass in training principles and is packed full of nuggets for climbers, including boulderers. We talked about why it's a mistake to mimic top athletes, tips for balancing climbing with other sports, capacity vs. utilization, why to back off after a personal best, developing layers of endurance, the flaw with HRV, how to test your recovery before training, how to fail successfully, the future of alpinism and mountain running, and much more!Check out The Nugget on YouTube:youtube.com/@thenuggetclimbingCheck out PhysiVantage!physivantage.com (link includes 15% off coupon)Use code "NUGGET15" at checkout for 15% off your next order!Check out Athletic Greens!athleticgreens.com/NUGGETUse this link to get a free year's supply of vitamin D + 5 travel packs!Check out Rumpl!rumpl.com/nuggetUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for 10% off your first order!Check out Rocky Talkie!RockyTalkie.com/NuggetUse this link to get 10% off your first order of backcountry radios!Check out Tindeq!tindeq.comUse code “NUGGET” for $10 off!I recommend the Progressor 150 for finger training and testing. We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, Mark and Julie Calhoun, Yinan Liu, Renzollama, Zach Emery, and Brandt MickolasBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/scott-johnstonNuggets:0:04:56 – Inventing telescopes, and refurbishing European sports cars0:11:25 – Being a cross-country ski racer, climbing with Steve House, and getting into coaching0:13:22 – Why Scott and Steve decided to write Training for the New Alpinism0:15:30 – Partnering with Kilian Journett on a second book Training for the Uphill Athlete0:19:00 – The mistake of trying to mimic people like Killian Journett or Adam Ondra0:23:05 – Sound bites, the dumbing down of our attention spans, and applying traditional training methods to unconventional sports0:25:09 – Who is the Uphill Athlete book for?0:27:56 – Being a general outdoor athlete and a climber0:28:54 – Patron question from Alex: Tips for training for bouldering and sport climbing during ski season and vice versa?0:34:42 – Why more training isn't always better0:37:39 – Building capacity, and why you rarely perform well while you're training0:39:19 – Block periodization0:42:09 – Monitoring your recovery, using a hangboard to check in, and the restorative effect of easy aerobic activity0:46:59 – Capacity vs. utilization training0:54:26 – Training vs. randomly exercising0:57:16 – Fundamental qualities of sports, and building capacity in different qualities1:03:32 – Putting money in the bank vs. spending it1:07:18 – Why you should back off after you hit a PR in your training1:12:24 – Deloads1:16:40 – Non-linear periodization1:18:54 – The aerobic system, and the vacuum cleaner analogy1:25:54 – Developing layers of endurance1:27:52 – How and why boulderers and sport climbers should train endurance1:31:56 – More about the layers of endurance1:38:25 – My upcoming Follow-Up with Steve Bechtel, why training needs to be more specific at higher levels, and how recovery makes you stronger1:41:33 – How important is active recovery?1:44:32 – The flaw with HRV for measuring recovery1:50:20 – Tuning in to your body, and how to test your level of fatigue1:53:34 – Using the Tindeq to test your finger strength before training (use code NUGGET for $10 off)1:56:47 – Why monitoring your progress leads to mental toughness2:03:19 – How to get the experience you need to climb technical mountains and alpine routes2:06:25 – The Dreaded Water Carries, and improving muscular endurance2:19:29 – How long and how often should our training blocks be?2:22:20 – Losing two climbing partners on K22:27:33 – How to fail successfully2:34:09 – Inventing challenges, and the essential parts of being human2:38:02 – Scott's current outdoor lifestyle, and trying to slow the decline as aging athletes2:42:26 – Doing max strength to recover from hard endurance work2:46:15 – A teaser for how to increase your weighted pull-ups2:50:29 – Where to find Scott2:52:33 – What excites Scott the most about the future of alpinism and mountain running2:56:40 – Understanding training principles, and the key takeaway from this episode
Down These Mean Streets (Old Time Radio Detectives)
Climb aboard for three old time radio mysteries set on the train tracks. First, Boston Blackie investigates why a gold train was derailed with nothing stolen. Richard Kollmar stars in the syndicated episode known as "The Derailed Gold Train." Then, Inspector Peter Black is on the lookout for jewel thieves on the train in "Pursuit on the Night Ferry" from Pursuit (originally aired on CBS on November 20, 1951). Finally, Frank Sinatra stars as Rocky Fortune on a cross-country train trip to catch a killer (originally aired on NBC on January 5, 1954).
In this episode of The Knowledge Podcast by Wahoo, host Neal Henderson and Jeff Hoobler dive into the extreme demands of the Giro d'Italia, one of the most grueling grand tours in cycling. With over 51,000 meters of climbing over 21 stages, including three days with over 5,000 meters of climbing each, the Giro is notorious for being brutal and unpredictable. The hosts discuss the science of climbing, including the rate of vertical ascent and how it correlates with watts/kg, as well as the challenges of time trialing in uphill conditions, known as climb trialing. They also explore how the body responds to the demands of the race over a 3-week period, and offer insights into how cyclists can maximize their performance on the climbs. Don't miss this fascinating discussion on the science behind conquering the mountains in the Giro d'Italia.
Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SMALLARMZ at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod -- On this episode of The Roundtable, we dig into competitive edges, how & why to stay indifferent, and focusing on the climb - not the result. -- Follow The Roundtable on Social Media! Cory IG: https://www.instagram.com/corygfitness/ Cory Twitter: https://twitter.com/corygfitness Cole IG: https://www.instagram.com/colesusac/ Cole Twitter: https://twitter.com/ColeSusac Daniel IG: https://www.instagram.com/smallarmzdanny/ Daniel Twitter: https://twitter.com/smallarmzdanny Trae IG: https://www.instagram.com/traevondier/ Trae Twitter: https://twitter.com/TraevonDier
On today's podcast, we have Jay Bailey, entrepreneur and President and CEO of Russell Innovation Center for Entrepreneurs (a Black Business Generator). Jay shares his journey as an entrepreneur and the struggles he experienced along the way. He also gives us insight into how he's separated himself as a leader in the community and nonprofit world, from losing it all to finding purpose in building the black business ecosystem. Committed to living by his personal motto, “Build As We Climb”, a change agent, thought leader, entrepreneur, and emerging philanthropist, Mr. Bailey has dedicated his life to serving others. Take a listen to learn more about how Jay and the RICE Center are changing the face of entrepreneurship.Learn More: https://russellcenter.org/__Welcome to the Plywood Podcast: Real talk for social entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders.Plywood is a nonprofit in Atlanta leading a community of startups doing good. Over the past 12 years, we have worked with over 1000 startup founders and nonprofit leaders wrestling with the tensions of starting, growing, and sustaining.Think of The Plywood Podcast as a kitchen table conversation debating the pros and woes of running a business and sustaining a nonprofit. We dive into building business plans, sustaining relationships (personal and professional), diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace, forming values while being a part of true cultural change for good, and so much more.Learn more about Plywood at PlywoodPeople.comPlywood is a non-profit in Atlanta leading a community of start-ups doing good. www.plywoodpeople.com*Copy by: LaTasha M. Brown
The Revolution with Jim & Trav
Climb aboard The Revolution this week as Fishing Hall of Famer Steve Pennaz from "Lake Commandos" takes us out for walleye and bass. Then, the charcoal casanova, Brian Tucker of Hi MTN Seasonings preps us for grilling surf and turf and our Field Reporter, Mitch Petrie from Outdoor Sportsman Group, gives a spring turkey and tarpon update. The Revolution is presented by Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel, World Fishing Network and MyOutdoorTV.
It's Episode 77 of the Dinger Derby podcast! David and Keith recap the series win over Sam Houston State and the wild wins over Abilene Christian. They also talk life, and look ahead to the series at West Virginia this weekend! The post A Hill to Climb in Morgantown | Dinger Derby first appeared on Red Raider Dugout.
This week we are going guest less! Jeff and Carman sat down to have a conversation around the B2B effectiveness ladder and how that translates into creating a Big Long Idea. Sorting out how B2B manufacturers with long sales cycles and intricate offerings can build an idea that will inform their marketing for years to come, not quarters. This is a super informative conversation where we dive deep into successes and pitfalls.
Pratima Sherpa found golf living in a maintenance shed in Nepal with her family. Her first golf club was a tree branch fashioned into the shape of a club. She fell in love with the game and it changed her life. Sherpa has been the subject of the ESPN 30-for-30, "A Mountain to Climb," and is now one of the main subject's of Michael Bamberger's new book, The Ball in the Air. She discusses her journey and her role in the book.
Eric Hörst's Training For Climbing Podcast
Imagine going from having no project climb...to sending perhaps your hardest-ever route in just a few short weeks. That's the unusual story I will share with you in this episode. The route is Kaleidoscope, the Red River Gorge king line, which checks in at 5.13c. The climber is....yours truly, 50-something coach Hörst. Despite beginning the Spring 2023 season with a bum knuckle, lack of high-end strength, and no plans to project anything hard...fate put me in the right place at the right time. I was struck with the impulse to jump on the intimidating, overhanging pumpfest known as Kaleidoscope, a route I've gawked at many times but never seriously considered working on. I'll share with you my process of working this route and how the redpoint "just happened" one day. You'll learn many mental, technical, and tactical tips that you can adopt or modify to improve your climbing performance! RUNDOWN 0:15 - Greetings 0:50 - Intro to "surprise send" episode -- a sport climbing performance case study. 2:40 - The backstory... 4:35 - Leveraging my current assets as a veteran climber. What I've got going for me! 6:22 - The importance of recovery--my sleep and nutrition habits. 7:30 - My current knuckle pain...and "climbing around it". 8:10 - Stalling out on last season's project climb... 9:35 - Being "fit" but not "strong". 9:50 - Entering the Kaleidoscope! 13:25 - The process, in detail. 15:25 - Details of the crux beta. (SKIP if you're planning an onsight attempt on the climb!) 17:20 - Summary of Day 1 on Kaleidoscope 18:20 - Details of my day 2 and day 3 work on the project... 20:25 - Day 4 progress. Two one-hang goes! Close, yet miles away... 22:20 - Day 5 -- Easter Sunday attempts on the proj. 24:00 - Send go #1 25:15 - A small, but vital discovery... 26:28 - Send go #2 -- Watch the send video here >> 29:45 - My love of never-ending learning as a climber (and beyond). 31:00 - Question: Why do we climb? 31:40 - Closing comments. 31:50 - PLEASE write a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and SHARE this podcast with a friend! Check out podcast sponsor PhysiVantage Nutrition -- Get 15% off full-priced nutrition with checkout code: PODCAST15 (North America only). Europe and elsewhere visit EPIC-TV Shop or BananaFingers.com to get your PhysiVantage! 32:40 - Closing comments -- Horst Out! SAVE on La Sportiva shoes here >> Thank you! La Sportiva, Maxim Ropes, DMM Climbing, Friction Labs Music by Misty Murphy Follow Eric on Twitter @Train4Climbing Check out Eric's YouTube channel. Follow Eric on Facebook! And on Instagram at: Training4Climbing Copyright 2023 Eric Hörst | Hörst Training, LLC.
Marc Spears joins Papa & Lund to discuss how the Warriors can climb out of a 3-1 hole against he Lakers after losing a game they normally close outSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Don McGrath is the author of Vertical Mind and an expert on mental training for climbing. We talked about the two simple diet changes he made to get back in shape in his 60s, our untapped potential in mental training, debunking and rewriting unhelpful scripts, how to tackle fear of falling and fear of failure, pre-climb rituals, how to use your climbing partner as a coach, how to stay in love with climbing as we age, duct tape and baling wire, embracing the suck, and much more!Check out The Nugget on YouTube:youtube.com/@thenuggetclimbingCheck out Crimpd!crimpd.comOr download the Crimpd app!Check out Rhino Skin Solutions!rhinoskinsolutions.comUse code “NUGGET” at checkout for 20% off your next order!And check out EP 22 with Justin Brown to learn more about how to use Rhino products!Check out Rumpl!rumpl.com/nuggetUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for 10% off your first order! We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, Mark and Julie Calhoun, Yinan Liu, Renzollama, Zach Emery, and Brandt MickolasBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/don-mcgrathNuggets:0:03:56 – The love/hate relationship to climbing in Rifle and Smith Rock0:07:49 – Living in Colorado Springs, spending the winter in the gym, and working with a coach0:08:52 – The two simple diet changes Don made to lose his “60-year-old belly”0:10:56 – Increasing his climbing volume, getting on harder routes in the gym, and the accountability of a coach0:12:31 – Whiskey time, habits, and alcohol substitutes0:16:16 – Turning 60, being retired, and setting the goal of climbing 5.12+/13- (7c/+) again after a decade0:18:07 – Don's coach Kevin Branford0:20:40 – Don's introduction to climbing, and how he became interested in writing and mental training0:27:27 – Shame Theory, and Fear of Failure0:30:43 – How the mental aspect of training is overlooked, and diving into movement, emotions, and thoughts0:34:03 – How to tackle fear of falling, scripts, working on one thing at a time, and the arsenal of uneventful falls0:39:16 – The story of the woman in The Gunks, and understanding irrational fear0:42:29 – Debunking scripts0:45:40 – The script that was holding Don back when he was one-hanging routes in Rifle0:47:49 – Don's mantra, and “one move at a time”0:52:20 – Pre-climb ritual0:56:38 – Don's first breakthrough with his mental game0:58:11 – Most common unproductive scripts1:04:23 – The best piece of onsighting advice I've gotten1:05:25 – Opening and closing your focus1:08:53 – What musical instruments and karate have to do with climbing1:10:30 – Warmups as a big missed opportunity1:13:56 – Cocreative coaching with your climbing partner1:17:43 – Shoulds elicit a shame response1:21:02 – Recommendations for couples who are also climbing partners1:23:25 – The area of mental game that I've been focused on, more about scripts, and breaking into new grades1:29:32 – Patron question from Gromstoph: Do you have any strategies for getting comfortable on a route more quickly?1:33:05 – “Just go find out.”1:37:29 – Patron question from Caden: Are there any ways to practice commitment with new moves when doing new climbs?1:40:37 – Main takeaway about mental training1:41:24 – How to love your sport as you age, play, and innovate1:46:24 – Why climbing is unique1:48:06 – Duct tape and baling wire1:49:40 – Don's advice for those of us in our 20s and 30s1:51:52 – Socio-behavioral changes, and employing winning tactics1:54:28 – Don's book The Climb1:56:38 – What's the next book?1:57:15 – Don's writing practice, and how a book develops a life of its own1:59:01 – Advice from Les Brown: “Every point should have a story, and every story should have a point.”2:00:41 – Have fun, enjoy the process, and embrace the suck2:03:30 – Getting inspiration from watching kids2:04:53 – Inspiration from good coaches, and the book Running With the Buffalo2:06:25 – What's next?2:07:23 – Wrap up, and how to connect with Don
We enter the second phase of our journey through the afterlife as we begin Dante's Purgatorio. This book is the heart of The Divine Comedy in fact and in spirit as it offers real and profound suggestions for reordering our spiritual lives. To begin we will be considering Cantos I-VII of The Purgatorio, much of which is dedicated to considering those souls who just make it to salvation, whom Dante calls “the Late-Repentant.” If you want a little help following the text, there is a very nice animated summary here.The music in the introduction and close of this podcast is provided by George Sarah.This program of mystagogy is hosted by the Adult Faith Programs at Saint Stephen Martyr Church in Chesapeake, Virginia.
FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast
Like many elements of cycling, climbing is at once so simple and so complex. How can you improve your climbing - especially if you live in a flat area? How should you pace climbs of different lengths? When should you stand, and when should you sit? What is the ideal cadence, and the ideal position on the bike? How should you use your core and arms? For equipment, where is the ideal balance between aerodynamics and light weight? For group tactics, where is the balance of the benefit of the draft behind a stronger rider and the danger of blowing up by going too hard? And, of course, how should one best improve that all-important watts per kilo equation? So many questions. Luckily for you listeners, we have an expert here in Coach Jake Rytlewski to guide you through this maze. Use the code 25podcast to save 25% on an Optimize subscription now, and you'll get access to professional coaches like Jake for guidance in your training.
Available only on LSU GOLD (lsu.gold), "The Climb" is a behind-the-scenes docuseries providing an in-season glimpse at the rise of LSU Gymnastics. Creative Content Producer Giovanni Lamonte joins Cody Worsham on this week's edition of Tigers Win to recap the the series finale from his perspective as the mastermind behind the camera. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heyfightinpodcast/message
Bake a file in the cake. Dig a tunnel with a teaspoon. Climb the barbed wire fence and outrun the hounds. Josh, Adam, and Jason discuss the prison escape movie. Don't let the screws and warden know that they talk about such films as Escape from Alcatraz, Cool Hand Luke, Escape from New York, O' Brother Where Art Thou?, and Chicken Run. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brickedpit/message
Mercredi 03 mai, François Sorel a reçu Frédéric Bianchi, journaliste de BFM Business, Bruno Guglielminetti, spécialiste des médias numériques, animateur de "Mon Carnet de l'actualité numérique", Eloi Relange, président de la Fédération Française des Echecs, Grand maître international et ancien capitaine de l'équipe de France, Aldric Emié, cofondateur de Climb, Sabrina Quagliozzi, correspondante à New York pour BFM Business, Delphine Remy-Boutang, fondatrice JFD & Business Angels, Hakima Berdouz, ingénieure-Chercheure au CEA & Margaret Intrapreneure 2023, Nelly Chatué-Diop, cofondatrice de Ejara & Margaret Entrepreneure Afrique 2023, Louis Maurice, fondateur et président d'Okwind, Etienne Bracq, journaliste de BFM Business, Vincent Tellenne, cofondateur et PDG de Loot, et Kévin Loiseau, cofondateur de Voggt, dans l'émission Tech & Co sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au jeudi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Aldric Emié, co-fondateur de Climb, était l'invité de François Sorel dans Tech & Co, ce mercredi 3 mai. Il s'est penché sur l'activité principale de son entreprise qui accompagne les particuliers dans la gestion de leurs investissements et de leurs impôts grâce à l'IA, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au jeudi et réécoutez la en podcast.
Alex and Kirk learn how to rock climb, while also teaching you how to rock climb. (Featuring, Spencer Gochis).
Lucy Wow enlists the help of Bobby Wonder and Grabstack to climb up Pflugerville Mountain to obtain the special alpine mountain fiber so she can finish her boat in time for the regatta.
You are in for a real treat in this episode as Chuck Garcia shares his brilliance as an expert communicator, emotional intelligence practitioner, and guru in bringing out your authenticity as a speaker. There are many moments in this episode when you will want to stop and pause to reflect on that one moment that has defined your life as well as learn how many seconds you have to engage an audience. Chuck is vulnerable, honest, and inspiring leaving you wanting to set a goal, take action, and reflect on WHO is going to be in your circle of trust in order to help you get to where you want to go with humility and conviction. Some of the highlights include; 2.20: Worst coaching moment: Evidence, relevance, and the consequence of 'inaction'. How can you find a way to get into that individual? 7.21: Best coaching moment: Incremental buy-in created an 'aha' moment when Chuck's client watched himself on video. "His body language spoke before he did." Your coachee's are sometimes our best teachers. 11.54: As coaches, it's important to balance our coaching between humility and conviction. Remember that when you give a speech, people will be impacted by: 55% body language 38% tone 7% words 18.46: Success happens at the moment when preparation meets opportunity. 19.04: Sliding Doors Moment: Being scheduled to speak in the twin towers on 9/11. What was that moment that defined your life? How did this change you? “Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.” (Steve Jobs, 2055 commencement address) 29.20: What makes a Great Coach? (Empathy, humility, and conviction) 31.15: What surprises you the most about being a coach? (You will never get the same answer.) 33.02: A soldier's best assets are time and patience. 35.27: Having a philosophy really matters. Stoicism - Google definition: Stoicism is the endurance of pain or hardship without the display of feelings and without complaint. Chuck's definition: Stoicism is learning how to walk the continuum between being passionate and dispassionate and knowing the difference. Accept the situation, clear the mind, be objective, remove our biases, and take action in order to be in service to the solution. 41.45: What's the rule of three? (Remember this is all of your presentations) 44.43: Our behavior is a reflection of what's in our minds - therefore, bring discipline and rigour to your mindset. Top Coaching Tips: 1) What's your goal? 2) How can you take the first step? 3) WHO are you going to bring on your journey? (This is your circle of trust!) The Coaching Podcast is sponsored by The Sampson Agency - a talent entertainment and sports management company owned and operated by Tina Samara. Visit: www.thesampsonagency.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org To learn more about becoming a workplace coach or advancing your coaching skills, visit: www.opendoorcoachingusa.com or email: email@example.com About Chuck Garcia Chuck Garcia is the founder of Climb Leadership International and coaches executives worldwide on public speaking, emotional intelligence, and executive presence. His clients include many of the world's best and biggest companies. He is a motivational speaker, Amazon bestselling author of A Climb to the Top, and a Columbia University faculty member. Chuck is also a passionate and accomplished mountaineer who has scaled peaks all over the world. He formerly spent twenty-five years in leadership positions at Bloomberg, BlackRock, and Citadel Investment Management. Connect with Chuck below. Website: https://chuckgarcia.com/ Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chuck-garcia-015128/ “Our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world – that is the myth of the atomic age – as in being able to remake ourselves.” Mahatma Gandhi
Addicted To The Climb podcast with Kelley Tyan
ENROLL IN THE INNER CIRCLE MEMBERSHIP OF FAITH FUELED WOMEN! https://www.kelleytyan.com/new-addicted-to-the-climb-sales-page Tired of trying to reach your goals alone? Need some 1:1 coaching to hold you accountable and fire up your faith? APPLY NOW to work together! https://www.kelleytyan.com/coaching Follow Kelley on Social Media: www.kelleytyan.com Instagram: @kelleytyan Facebook: Kelleytyan Linkedin: Kelleytyan This episode is what transformed my whole life! If you have been feeling lost, frustrated, overwhelmed, and craving to feel fulfilled, peaceful, successful.....this quick message is the answer. Listen in as I share one simple way to transform your thinking so you can live an abundant life that God called you to! Addicted to the Climb is a movement for you to climb higher, stop making excuses that are keeping you stuck, and start living your best life with clarity and purpose! You are not meant to do life alone and God is calling you higher right now. It's time to take full responsibility and fight for what you truly want! Your dreams are waiting for you so lets commit to the CLIMB together and never stop! XO Kelley
Susan, your host, welcomes Donnalynn Riley to today's episode, Donnalynn has been coaching business people to become masters of their communication, relationships, and success for over a decade. From a career on Broadway to being the CEO of a multimillion-dollar corporation, her journey helped her understand and create strategies for managing emotions and surpassing every goal. Featured on FOX, ABC, NBC, and CBS, Donnalynn is now on a mission to inspire 42 million people to prioritize their joy and emotional well-being so they can show up as the best version of themselves! Key Takeaways: Donnalyn shares her grief story that began many years ago but was recently re-edited with the death of her husband. Donnalyn talks about how hard it was for her to function through grief. Donnalyn lost her husband and sold her house in less than four months, she shares the ups and downs of an intense and terrible time in her life. First, Donnalynn put all her belongings in storage until she found a time when she knew what to do. She speaks of the emotional value of certain objects, and how her relationship with them is not the same; it evolves with her grief process. Are you willing to go through emotions rather than sitting in them? Do you feel that your suffering honors someone's death? Climb the emotional scale towards having more joy. To Donnalynn it was essential to find something to believe again. Give yourself permission to let go of what does not serve you anymore. When you have massive changes in your life, your identity shifts with them, and you end up wondering who are you now, leading the path for a new version of yourself. Just breathe! Fill your lungs, notice it, and pay attention to the air coming in and going out. Donnalynn explains a practice that can help you shift your energy when you feel overwhelmed. Resources Tendrilsofgrief.com Email Susan: firstname.lastname@example.org Meet Donnalynn Riley Follow Donnalynn's blog Follow Donnalynn on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Lucy Wow enlists the help of Bobby Wonder and Grabstack to climb up Pflugerville Mountain to obtain the special alpine mountain fiber so she can finish her boat in time for the regatta.
Alex Honnold is on the podcast! Who? The guy that free handed Yellowstone? Close enough. Seriously though, this was such a great interview. We talked about his two most epic solos that nobody heard about, near misses, lessons from other climbing legends like Tommy Caldwell, Jonathan Siegrist, and Peter Croft, pooping while free soloing stories, how the film Free Solo exceeded his hopes and dreams, the commitment to excellence, and much more!The Nugget is on YouTube!youtube.com/@thenuggetclimbingCheck out Chalk Cartel!chalkcartel.comUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for 20% off your next order!Check out Athletic Greens!athleticgreens.com/NUGGETUse this link to get a free year's supply of vitamin D + 5 travel packs!Check out Rocky Talkie!RockyTalkie.com/NuggetUse this link to get 10% off your first order of backcountry radios!Check out Rumpl!rumpl.com/nuggetUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for 10% off your first order!Check out PhysiVantage!physivantage.com (link includes 15% off coupon)Use code "NUGGET15" at checkout for 15% off your next order!We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, Mark and Julie Calhoun, Yinan Liu, Renzollama, Zach Emery, and Brandt MickolasBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/alex-honnoldNuggets:0:08:25 – Interviews, speech coaches, and TED Talks0:11:29 – Finding new terrain for this interview0:12:09 – Alex's epic solo linkup in Zion0:15:20 – Soloing ‘Moonlight Buttress'… again0:16:12 – Why do these big solo linkups?0:17:00 – Alex's epic solo linkup in Red Rock0:18:58 – Foot pain on big walls and linkups, and vitamin I0:21:45 – Onsight free soloing ‘Shune's Buttress' and ‘Resolution Arete'0:24:38 – The hardest thing Alex has downclimbed0:25:33 – Why do some solos get so much attention while others fly under the radar?0:26:51 – Free soloing ‘Sendero Luminoso' in Mexico, and pitching films0:29:21 – What are the limits of free soloing?0:32:35 – It's getting harder to have quantum leaps0:34:20 – Feeling content with his Yosemite and soloing accomplishments, and comparing himself to the top sport climbers0:36:26 – Chris Sharma doing the FA of ‘Necessary Evil' 5.14c (8c+) in his first few years of climbing, and the role of talent in high-end climbing0:39:44 – Alex's sport climbing resume, what it would take for him to climb 5.15a (9a+), and the tension in his climbing0:42:37 – Dad strength, and having to focus with limited time0:43:50 – The climbing gyms in Vegas, and dreams of a home wall0:49:34 – Near misses while soloing0:55:34 – Soloing ‘Fiesta De Los Biceps' in Riglos Spain0:57:46 – Competing with Ethan Pringle as a kid, soloing ‘Shune's Butress' in the snow, and the tree story1:03:16 – Soloing ‘Monkey Finger', Big Horn tracks, and spirit animals1:04:22 – Climbing slowly, and the physiological limits on ‘The Nose' speed record1:08:06 – What it took to break ‘The Nose' speed record, and Alex's thoughts on breaking it again1:10:47 – The biggest lessons Alex has learned from Tommy Caldwell, Jonathan Siegrist, and Peter Croft1:14:26 – Drawing inspiration from other climbers, and soloing with Shawn Raboutou1:18:15 – Following the climbing news1:19:01 – Who Alex is most impressed by in climbing, and interviewing the Mellow crew (Daniel Woods, Shawn Raboutou, Jimmy Webb, and Giuliano Cameroni)1:20:35 – The new season of Climbing Gold, and unearthing the great stories of climbing1:22:13 – Who Alex has been most thrilled to interview1:23:28 – The time commitment of Climbing Gold, corporate speaking, and interviewing Stone Masters1:26:24 – Will Climbing Gold ever put out uncut interviews?1:28:37 – Pooping while free soloing stories1:34:56 – Shit-putting, and where he stopped to poop on his solo of El Cap1:36:29 – Filming Free Solo, how the movie far exceeded his hopes and dreams, the warrior spirit, and soloing as modern blood sport1:38:54 – The commitment to excellence, and his running list of goal routes1:41:05 – Plans for the PNW, hard routes on Liberty Bell, and having more commitments and time constraints these days1:43:57 – “More intention never hurt.”1:44:47 – “The guy that free-handed Yellowstone?”
God's got what you need. Call it out! “Then Elijah said to Ahab, “Go get something to eat and drink, for I hear a mighty rainstorm coming!” So Ahab went to eat and drink. But Elijah climbed to the top of Mount Carmel and bowed low to the ground and prayed with his face between his knees. Then he said to his servant, “Go and look out toward the sea.” The servant went and looked, then returned to Elijah and said, “I didn't see anything.” Seven times Elijah told him to go and look. Finally the seventh time, his servant told him, “I saw a little cloud about the size of a man's hand rising from the sea.” Then Elijah shouted, “Hurry to Ahab and tell him, ‘Climb into your chariot and go back home. If you don't hurry, the rain will stop you!'” And soon the sky was black with clouds. A heavy wind brought a terrific rainstorm, and Ahab left quickly for Jezreel. Then the Lord gave special strength to Elijah. He tucked his cloak into his belt and ran ahead of Ahab's chariot all the way to the entrance of Jezreel.” 1 Kings 18:41-46 NLT "The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results. Elijah was as human as we are, and yet when he prayed earnestly that no rain would fall, none fell for three and a half years! Then, when he prayed again, the sky sent down rain and the earth began to yield its crops.” James 5:16-18 NLT
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If you could ask a psychiatrist a question what would that be? Anxiety, Depression, Loneliness, work, prejudice etc... Hear answers live from world renowned psychiatrist Dr. Christian Heim. Dr. Heim is an award-winning Psychiatrist, Music Professor and Churchill fellow. During his 20 years as a doctor (13 as a psychiatrist) he has heard the stories of 1000s of people. Combining science, entertainment and large doses of Australian humour, he speaks from a place of deep compassion and authority on Mental Health issues that are affecting us all in this new normal: anxiety, depression, addictions, personality issues, trauma, suicide and relationship breakdown. His latest book "The 7 Love Types: navigating love in a fractured world" has just been released. Send your questions to: email@example.com https://www.drchristianheim.com/about
“The free man is a warrior.” - Freidrich Nietzsche Connor LaRocque is the CEO of Social Rise, author of two books with an upcoming third, and public speaker.00:00 Intro10:30 Go against the grain. Start your own narrative. Don't conform to trends just because they are.21:06 Go to the networking events. Meet the people, you never know what it's going to offer you & it's WORTH IT.30:27 Having a bold mentality is important when starting a business and being a risk.30:36 Honesty and communication is essential in business. Don't beat around the bush, be direct, show all your cards.57:20 Sometime's your business can be booming, but life hits, and thats common.01:08:25 Being creative in the business space challenges your limits and boundaries.01:17:10 Quitting is easy. Enduring the pain, hard work, and sacrifice is difficult.
In this week's Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research: Debt Ceiling Breach Likely Avoided, But Angst Coming -- Nathan Dean explains what Bloomberg customers expect from the debt-ceiling fight. T-Bills Outstanding to Climb on Debt-Limit Deal, Coupons Stable -- Ira Jersey says Treasury bills outstanding could jump by over $500 billion.429 Million-Ton Elephant in the Room for US Oil and Gas -- Andrew John Stevenson explains the underreporting of methane emissions by oil and gas companies. Remote Work May Keep Prime European Offices Prone to Distress -- Sue Munden lays out why REIT defenses may not be enough. Wobbling Dollar's Next Leg Lower Might Be Just Getting Started -- Audrey Childe-Freeman says dollar bears are back in charge. The Bloomberg Intelligence radio show with Paul Sweeney and Alix Steel podcasts through Apple's iTunes, Spotify and Luminary. It broadcasts on Saturdays and Sundays at noon on Bloomberg's flagship station WBBR (1130 AM) in New York, 106.1 FM/1330 AM in Boston, 99.1 FM in Washington, 960 AM in the San Francisco area, channel 119 on SiriusXM, www.bloombergradio.com, and iPhone and Android mobile apps. Bloomberg Intelligence, the research arm of Bloomberg L.P., has more than 400 professionals who provide in-depth analysis on more than 2,000 companies and 135 industries while considering strategic, equity and credit perspectives. BI also provides interactive data from over 500 independent contributors. . See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jay Clark joins on this edition of Tigers Win to reflect on LSU Gymnastics' incredible climb this season, putting the grit, tenancy and never say die mentality of this group into perspective. Clark looks back at some of the defining moments from a year he will never forget, and provides some more insight into The Climb docuseries. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heyfightinpodcast/message
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Niall Grimes introduces top Himalayan climber of the 70s, 80s andf 90s, Al Burgess.
This week, Megan and Myra discuss Erin Condren Life Planner Launch, new Aura Estelle x Annie Plans planners, Planners and Wine is a TX Planner Babe giveaway sponsor, Netflix latest mess up, Vanessa Lachey, The Ultimatum: Queer Love, trying Wing stop Hot Box and Simply Spiked Peach, Meghan T says F teachers, and Love is Blind contestants are over worked. Check out Plum Paper.com for their Teacher Appreciation week sale from May 1- May 5 for 20% off site wide. Let them know Planners and Wine sent you! Want to join in on our next live show? Head over to our Patreon to view the tiers that is best for you and join today! JOIN HERE! Follow us on IG: @plannersandwine Business inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org For more info, head to Plannersandwine.com ! Follow us on IG:@plannersandwine Megan's IG: @megsgotaplan Myra's IG: @myraplansit Thank you to the sponsors of this episode Plum Paper and Spotify for Podcasters. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/planners-and-wine/message
Get ready to laugh out loud as we recap the Audible original book Love At First Psych. We bring our signature satire, dipped in dark humor, and seasoned with inappropriate puns. This episode is a wild ride, full of laughs and possible crimes. With a protagonist who is a huge cynic and a project partner who's the sappiest man alive, this story was a blast to recap. But through all the laughs and ridiculousness, we will keep you entertained with our banter and laugh-out-loud commentary. Tune in for a good time, and don't forget to subscribe and leave a review!
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Looking at the most recently released Greater Greenville Association of Realtors Market Stats, we see a local real estate market that is stabilizing in a way that disproportionately benefits sellers. All the news is about how real estate is slowing down, but that's simply not the case (at least not yet) in the Greenville market. With tight inventory and a seasonal uptick in demand, prices continue to climb with no obvious relief (to buyers) in sight. Looking at other metrics like the percentage of list price to sell price, days on market, etc. it would appear that this trend is likely to continue well into the future. As always, if you have any questions or comments (or, of course, need a realtor), feel free to reach out to Stan McCune directly by phone/text at (864) 735-7580 or by email at email@example.com.
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On this episode of the Penny Bloom Podcast, we continue our coverage of GAME OF THRONES. This week we rewatch season 3, episode 6: THE CLIMB.
Addicted To The Climb podcast with Kelley Tyan
Join the Addicted to the Climb membership, a sisterhood that will equip you to climb higher in your life! Enroll here! APPLY NOW to work with me 1:1! Join Kelley's faith fueled community on Facebook! Follow Kelley on Social Media: www.kelleytyan.com Faceboook Instagram Linkedin On today's episode, I brought on my good friend Amy Ramsey. Amy is a healthy lifestyle expert who helps women tap into their higher purpose and potential by stepping into their true identity, and walking WORTHY into the life of abundance. The Fit Soul is her personal brand where she helps women have faith inspired transformations. In this episode we talk about: How to step out of shame and take your power back through faith. Why doing the deep inner work can take you from victim mentality to victorious. The important e of self talk and getting real with yourself in order to move forward and climb higher. Connect with Amy: On her website at www.thefitsoul.com On Youtube at The Fit Soul On her podcast at The Fit Soul Podcast Have the most amazing and blessed week! XO Kelley
Will Bosi is a 24-year-old climber from Scotland who has emerged as one of the best climbers in the world. This interview is hot off the press! Will made the second ascent of ‘Burden of Dreams' V17 less than two weeks ago and joins us for a proper geek out about the send. We talked about his process of projecting the replica and the actual boulder, his feats of finger strength and where to draw the line between party tricks and useful strength, doing the second ascent of ‘Mutation' at Raven Tor, his absolute dream project, and much more!Check out The Nugget on YouTube:youtube.com/@thenuggetclimbingThe Nugget is brought to you by BetterHelp!betterhelp.com/NUGGETUse this link for 10% off your first month!Check out Crimpd!crimpd.comOr download the Crimpd app!Check out Rhino Skin Solutions!rhinoskinsolutions.comUse code “NUGGET” at checkout for 20% off your next order!And check out EP 22 with Justin Brown to learn more about how to use Rhino products!Check out Green Chef!greenchef.com/nugget60Use code "NUGGE60" at checkout for 60% off plus free shipping!Check out Rumpl!rumpl.com/nuggetUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for 10% off your first order! We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, Mark and Julie Calhoun, Yinan Liu, Renzollama, Zach Emery, and Brandt MickolasBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/will-bosiNuggets:0:05:18 – The emotions we experience after a big send, and looking for new projects in Scotland0:07:56 – How sending Burden of Dreams has changed his self-perception, and the style of hard project that Will is searching for0:10:53 – Being from Scotland and currently based in Sheffield0:12:17 – Following Will's journey trying the replica with Aidan and Stefano, live streams from Finland, and taking seven years for Burden to get repeated0:15:38 – Mutation continues to go unrepeated again after Will did it0:17:23 – Is Will the first person to have climbed V17 and 5.15c? (9A boulder and 9b+ sport)0:20:07 – Will's first time trying the Burden replica in Aidan's shed0:23:32 – Will's thoughts on Shawn's progress on Burden0:25:10 – The warmup game on Burden, and the last move0:30:16 – Will's standard training session, and what his process looked like training on the Bruden replica0:33:45 – Doing the first move 5 times in a session, and feeling stronger every session0:36:26 – How similar the replica is to the actual boulder, and what surprised Will the most when he tried Burden0:41:12 – How Will's beta compared to Nalle's, and the heal hook beta0:46:17 – What a full session looked like on the replica, and how that compared to a session on the actual boulder0:51:28 – His skin when he sent the boulder, feeling strongest on his first try of the day, and the send0:54:48 – How long a pair of shoes lasts on the boulder0:57:33 – Will's shoe selection for Burden, and struggling with the second move0:58:53 – The pulley setup on the replica, comparing it to Katie Lamb's experience on Spectre, and the usefulness of power spots1:08:50 – Will replicas change the way we think about flashing boulders?1:12:03 – The future of replica training, and the Alphane replica in Aidan's shed1:15:35 – Will's thoughts on the grades of Burden, Alphane, and his FA Honey Badger1:26:27 – Will's feats of finger strength on the hangboard1:30:57 – Where is the line between party tricks vs. functional finger strength?1:34:21 – A breakdown of Mutation 9a+/b1:38:24 – Bigger edge training vs. micros1:40:52 – How often throughout the year Will does his go-to style of training session, and building volume vs. intensity1:46:28 – Will's absolute dream in climbing, and his experience on Excalibur 5.15c (9b+)1:49:10 – Breakdown of the moves on Excalibur1:52:21 – What's next for Will, and potential plans for the summer1:53:59 – Will's thoughts on endurance training, and his story of sending Estado Critico 9a1:55:13 – Being more thoughtful about your climbing1:57:17 – Feeling excited to relax and chill, and plans to release a film of Burden1:58:22 – Subscribe to Will's YouTube channel for send footage!
(Lander, WY) – KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time host Vince Tropea recently spoke with Justin Iskra from the Central Wyoming Climbers Alliance, who stopped by to talk about the Jim Ratz Memorial Climb the Grand scholarship, now available to Fremont County high schoolers. Iskra gave us the history of the scholarship, which enables four students to have the opportunity to experience a four-day guided experience climbing the Grand Teton. Check out the full Coffee Time interview with Iskra below for all the details! Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 7:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.
a wise woman once said (on tiktok), "you have to climb the cringe mountain to descend into the land of the cool". In this episode, we catch up on my what i've been thinking lately after being gone a week - being cringy, sleep paralysis, and the first love fire. Watch the Podcast on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@WelcomeToTheKingdom Please rate and review the podcast on the platform you're listening on! Follow Atakora on all social media :) @atakoraaa https://www.youtube.com/c/karrenkora --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wttk/support
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Abraham's Hierarchy of Needs Your best life is built sequentially, one level at a time. Forget the elevator. Climb all the stairs to the top, and you'll have lasting success. In 1954, Abraham Maslow released Motivation and Personality. His Hierarchy of needs theory is all about climbing to the top. Maslow suggested that to reach your full potential: 1) You must provide for your physiological needs. Food, clothing, shelter, money, and more. 2) You must feel safe. Personally, emotionally, financially, health and well-being, and against accidents and illness. 3) Socially, you need to feel love and belonging. 4) Esteem and the desire for acceptance, respect, and value by others is your next step. Self-actualization requires mastery of your previous needs. Maslow said, “What a man can be, he must be.” 5) Self-transcendence removes you from your ego and begins your focus on the greater good. Your best life is built sequentially, one level at a time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Huh. Traditionally, one gets TWO tickets to paradise, but I guess we didn't get a plus one. You know what? Climb into our luggage, so you can join us as we discuss Ticket to Paradise, a holdover from an earlier era when we still had movie stars, and used them to paper over not having much else.Streaming TICKETS for THE FLOP HOUSE BATTLES BATTLEFIELD EARTH now available!Wikipedia page for Ticket to ParadiseMovies recommended in this episode:John Wick: Chapter 4Michael ClaytonChameleon StreetEver tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use FLOP for 30% off + Free Shipping.