After interning in NYC with “W” Magazine and then working full-time for Hanesbrands as a technical designer, Taryn Jerez realized very quickly she needed an outlet to be her own creative director. In this episode, Amanda and Taryn discuss taking baby steps (instead of throwing caution to the wind) to accomplish your dreams. Taryn started a creative lifestyle blog called One Crafty Miss, covering everything crafting and DIY. After a year, she began coaching fellow makers and creatives, and guiding them through the struggles they faced in their own businesses. Taryn shares the journey of officially letting go of her corporate career to expand her coaching business. From One Crafty Miss to Go For It, Creative - Her business continues to shift in big ways but the heart of it remains the same; empowering women to go after what they want most in their business! Expect To Learn: Taryn's corporate life in the fashion design and marketing industry Why she decided to start a blog, even though she knew nothing about blogging! The toll that her corporate career took on her life and body The baby steps of accomplishing a dream and the struggles that can come with it The Empowered for Profit Collective And much more! Connect with Taryn: Website: https://goforitcreative.com Membership: https://www.empoweredforprofit.com/?r_done=1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goforitcreative/ Tune in every other THURSDAY for a new episode! CONNECT WITH US ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/dreamer.to.entrepreneur/
Ingrid has loved competitive sports since a young age. Originally swimming was her passion and she began swimming competitively at 6 years old, she swam throughout high school and attending UCLA (a division 1 school) where she swam competitively for 2 years, while studying Sociology. After leaving college, Ingrid made the transition from swimming to running and also decided to become an actress. Played lifeguard Sheryl Whelan, on Baywatch as well as having roles on Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, Castle, and Parenthood, to name a few! At the age of 47 after running her fastest marathon ever, 2hr 48 mins in the 2019 LA Marathon. Ingrid was feeling the strongest and fittest she'd ever been. However, while training for her next challenge, she started to not feel well and after seeing her doctor was diagnosed with breast cancer. Ingrid underwent a double mastectomy, and continued to run while undergoing six rounds of chemotherapy as well as radiation. Ingrid is a member of Janes an elite women's running group based in LA and in 2021 Ingrid was inducted into the National Black Distance Running Hall of Fame. RUNNING CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 2014 3rd Place Masters Female Chicago Marathon 2014 2nd Place Female Overall Orange County Marathon 2016 USATF Masters Half Marathon Championship: 5th place Masters Woman Overall 2021 2nd Place 50+, 12th Overall USATF Masters XC Club Nationals Tallahassee,FL 2022 1st Place 50+, 8th Overall USATF Masters XC Championships Mission Bay, CA New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday 7am UK time - Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is being sponsored throughout March by Inov-8. www.inov-8.com Get involved with the #MarchDailyMile Challenge. Run 1 mile everyday in March. Show Notes Who is Ingrid Being based in Santa Monica, California, USA Racing for the past 10 years Starting out as a competitive swimmer Swimming for 2 years in College at UCLA Hating running when she was younger Transition to running at 18/19 years old Starting to work as a lifeguard for LA County Running on the beach and doing her first marathon Running marathons and improving her times Joining the Janes' an elite running team in Santa Monica and wanting to break 3hrs in the marathon Always loved training and competing Liking to challenge herself Working as an actor for 26 years Finding her niche in life What was Ingrid like as a little girl Being taught to swim from a very young age Being a junior lifeguard Studying Sociology at College in the early 90s Getting into acting and booking her first commercial Acting in Baywatch Gradually falling in love with running Hal Higdon - Marathon training plan Deciding to join the Janes Elite Running Club Taking 5 years to run under 3hrs Being fully committed to her running program Getting a running coach and running 70 miles a week Breaking 3 hrs when she was 45 years old Starting to change her training and wanting to go faster Running 100mile weeks for 3 months before the LA Marathon Running 2.48 at the LA Marathon!!! Starting to not feel well and being diagnosed with Breast Cancer Feeling shocked The next steps to follow Being supported by the running community Running throughout her treatment Having surgery in August 2019 Getting into cross country races in 2021 Having a baby heart attack at a race in New Jersey Figuring out what happened Looking at running in a different way Reframing the situation in her mind Advice for new runners starting out The joy of making running fun! A magical running memory How to connect with Ingrid Social Media Instagram @ingridwalt Janes Elite Racing - www.thejanes.net
Thoughts of the future can quickly bring us anxiety or discomfort, simply because so much is outside of our control. In Go For It! Boldly Live the Life God Created for You, author Melissa Horvath poses the important question: What if we fully trusted the One who does have control?Throughout this book, readers will be deeply encouraged by the reality that God will fulfill His purpose — which means that they can boldly live the life that God has uniquely carved out for them. This book is for all those who want to leave fear behind and step courageously into the future God has lovingly prepared for each one of us! Order your copy of Go For It! today . . . and leave a comment on today's article for a chance to WIN one of 5 copies! https://incourage.me/?p=231080--The (in)courage podcast is brought to you by DaySpring. For over 50 years, DaySpring has created quality cards, books, and gifts that help you live your faith. Find out more at DaySpring.com.Connect with (in)courage: Facebook & Instagram for daily encouragement, videos, and more! Website for the (in)courage library, to meet our contributors, and to access the archives. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave a podcast review on Apple!
A Swiss-born ultrarunner, Luzia Buehler now lives in the mountains, trying to live a good life while protecting what is most important to her. Luzia has always been an athletic person since she was a child because of her great love for the outdoors and the mountains. Luzia discovered her passion for trail running when she was about 20 years old, and she has since competed in all of the most important international races. In 2016, Luzia competed in the Western States 100 race for the first time, finishing 27th (27hrs 03mins) and 11th (20hrs 23mins) in 2019. Having run this race twice, which has greatly prepared her, Luzia, 40, has rocked the world's oldest 100-mile trail race, the Western States Endurance Run, by becoming the 4th place women's finisher in a time of 18 hours, 08 minutes last year. Luzia is also a social worker who enjoys skiing and snowboarding during the winter. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is being sponsored throughout March by Inov-8. www.inov-8.com Get involved with the #MarchDailyMile Challenge. Run 1 mile everyday in March. Show Notes Who Luzia Living in East Switzerland by the mountains Working as a social worker Being the youngest child and growing up in a sport family Getting into skiing at a young age Always being a runner Working as a cook and fitting in running around her hours Doing her first Half Marathon on the road and why it wasn't good! Working with running coach Ellie Greenwood Listen to Ellie Greenwood on the Tough Girl Podcast 2016 Needing more flexibility in her training Western States 100 mile endurance race Running the WS100 in 2016 and why it was the hardest thing she has ever done Running for 27 hrs and needing to walk the majority of the race Wanting to come back and do the race again (this time training with Ellie) Winning a golden ticket to gain entry to Western States in 2018 Going into the race with a lot of passion Why it's so much more than a race Having stomach problems on Raceday - but completing it in 20hrs Wanting to race the Western States again in 2022 Completing the WS100 in 18hrs 8 mins 27 secs Why it was such a good day and feeling proud of herself Race strategy and tactics for Western States Needing to run at her own pace Feeling the impact of jet lag and needing to go slower at the start Running really well when she runs alone Starting to overtake a few people and having fun while she raced. Just keep smiling and keep putting one foot in front of the other What's going on in her head while racing Trying to stay in the current moment and be in the present Fuelling and nutrition while racing Wanting to eat more salty food and less fatty food Pizza and beer at the end of the race How she recovers after a 100 mile race Taking a week or 2 weeks off from running Supplements? “The future is unwritten” - what does that mean? Her dream race - Hardrock 100 Being an inov-8 ambassador Advice for new runners who are just starting out Losing her running mojo and what she does when she doesn't feel like running Remembering her why - why does she run? Wanting to create happy memories Her favourite paid of Inov-8 trainers Wearing PARKCLAW G 280 in the Western States 100 Advice for more experienced runners Why time on feet really does count Doing strength training 2/3x a week Remaining injury free due to strength training Why cycling is good as well How you can connect with Luzia on IG Social Media Instagram @luz.s.y
Allie spent a lot of her life seeking approval from people she thought were cool, believing that in order to be successful, you had to act a certain way. For her, success is seeing someone who doesn't believe they can do something transform into someone who does. After working for major record labels for 12 years, Allie realised that music, which she had once loved, was slowly killing her. Her dream career had turned her into a nightmare, and she was completely lost. Allie has struggled to find her place and suffers from depressive demons, anxiety, and existential misery. After taking part in the inaugural Rat Race Test Pilot trip to Mongolia in 2018, she realised it was the first time she had truly had time to stop, think, and be completely at peace. Fast forward, after three and a half years, numerous journeys, a pandemic, some questionable decisions, and a lot of planning and running, Allie is now coaching other people to do amazing things. Allie holds several world firsts to her name, including running across Mongolia's Lake Khovsgol and crossing the Namib Desert twice. Allie is the first woman to run the entire length of the Panama Canal. She has also run the length of the Outer Hebrides, crossed Scotland on packraft and foot several times, and completed over 100 marathons and 60-70 ultramarathons, including nine 100-mile plus races. Allie started running 10 years ago and have only being doing the ultra thing for 6 years, but she absolutely love it. It's a game changer. Allie believes that it is something that anyone of any age and from any background can participate in. Allie has been extremely lucky to have discovered something she truly enjoys doing, and her favorite thing in the entire world is seeing people achieve things they never thought were possible "There's nobody funner than an Ultrarunner" - Allie Bailey New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is being sponsored throughout March by Inov-8. www.inov-8.com Get involved with the #MarchDailyMile Challenge. Run 1 mile everyday in March. * We have previously spoken with Allie on 18th Dec 2018 - Listen here FYI marked as *Explicit - as there are a few little swear words! Show Notes Who is Allie Bailey Meeting her dogs! Why ultra running and why she loves it Writing her book How running helps with her mental health Being able to process her thoughts Going more into adventure running Her favourite distance to run… Liking 100 mile races LEJOG - Lands End to John O'Groats The ultimate dream Working with Rat Race Starting on the 1st June 2022 Running on average 35 miles a day The hardest part of the LEJOG challenge The mental side of the challenge The challenges of being away from home What a typical day looked like Starting with the South West Coast Path Running 44 miles into Bristol over 12 hrs Chocolate milk Being in bed asleep by 8pm Snacking all day Having a rest day once a week Staying injury free throughout the journey Wanting to finish the run Voltarol gel to help with the pain Using bonjela to numb blisters Wearing Inov-8 Parkclaw G280 - for 750 miles (then wearing a second pair for the final 250 miles) - “the greatest shoe of all time” The ultra playlist on Spotify - The Bailey Ultra Sound System Getting to Scotland and the final few days Spending time by herself towards the end Getting to John O'Groats and doing the final mile Feeling underwhelmed with what she had achieved What she would have done differently Wishing she had done more strength training before she left Costs of taking on a challenge like this RAT RACE: RUN BRITANNIA Dragons Back Race, Wales Getting timed out on day 2 Why it was the most intense thing she's ever done Feeling like a fraud Taking herself out of the situation The lessons learned from the experience Wanting to go back in 2024 and try again Blog Post - FAILING WHILE DARING GREATLY - THE REAL REASONS THAT DRAGONS BACK RACE IS THE TOUGHEST MOUNTAIN RACE IN THE WORLD. Not being kind to herself Being able to reframe the situation Time off in 2023….. Planning to do her first 200 miler and wanting to run all the Wainwrights in a year Taking 10 days off running!!! How you can connect with Allie Final words of wisdom and advice for women who want to get into running and take it to the next level Finding your people, find your tribe, find your people Ultra Awesome FB Group Social Media Website www.alliebailey.co.uk Instagram @ab_runs Twitter @AllieBailey Spotify https://open.spotify.com/user/alliehbailey
Go for it! Der Business Podcast für Frauen mit Vision
Meine Kundin Sandra Rauh erzählt dir heute von ihrem Start ins Onlinebusiness: Wie sie 2020 Vollzeit noch in einer Zahnarztpraxis gearbeitet und sich dann mit Coachings zum Thema “Abrechnung für Zahnarztpraxen” selbstständig gemacht hat. Damit ist sie auch finanziell sehr erfolgreich: Mit ihrem letzten Online-Produkt-Launch hat Sandra über 40.000€ Umsatz erzielt. Mit welchen Verkaufs- und Mindset-Strategien sie das geschafft hat, erfährst du jetzt! →Melde dich jetzt für 0 € zur LIVE Online-Business-Challenge an: https://carolinepreuss.de/challenge/ Plane, erstelle und vermarkte dein Online-Produkt mit ErfolgsKurs! → Setz dich jetzt auf unsere exklusive Warteliste für April 2023: https://carolinepreuss.de/erfolgskurs-warteliste/ →Schaue dir Sandras Inhalte an: Website: https://abrechnungsfuchs.de Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abrechnungsfuchs/ → Folge mir auf Instagram für Einblicke hinter die Kulissen: https://instagram.com/carolinepreussde/ Go For It ist der Business Podcast für alle Selbstständigen und UnternehmerInnen, die ein profitables Online-Business aufbauen wollen. Caroline Preuss gibt in ihrem Business Podcast ihr erprobtes Wissen rund um Marketing, Social Media, Onlinekurse und Community-Aufbau auf Instagram weiter – ausführlich und Schritt für Schritt, damit du entspannt mit deinem digitalen Business sichtbar wirst und und deinen eigenen Onlinekurs erfolgreich vermarktest.
“Longevity and legacy CANNOT come from survival” Do you PUSH AWAY impulses, ideas, and insights that LIGHT YOU UP? This ultra-common tendency among men stems from a reliance on urgency and get sh!t done mode, and fundamentally an attitude of LACK! Elisha Halpin is a sacred life mentor with 20 years experience leading visionaries & creatives to trust their power and express authentically. In this episode, she MASTERFULLY explains why modern man has become so hooked on urgency, plus reveals how anchoring into purpose and connecting with ancestral patterns helped her RISE OUT of this misaligned way of being. Get in touch with WHAT BRINGS YOU ALIVE and watch your world change! Listen in for Jeddy and Elisha's inspirational words on getting this positive momentum going! Highlights: [04:05] How can you get in touch with the impulses that bring you alive? [07:11] Why leaving a LASTING LEGACY requires men to be anchored in their purpose. [13:09] Are men not giving themselves permission to GO FOR IT out of a fear of failure? [17:01] How Elisha found herself trapped in urgency & not enoughness, and what she did to RISE OUT! [22:24] Is your mind trying to co-opt what your heart TRULY DESIRES? [25:41] Can you see NOT KNOWING as an opportunity rather than as an annoyance? [30:19] How to refine your shadow and use it as a gift. [36:01] Why connecting to your ancestral wiring can help you understand the stress & urgency response. [43:40] Have modern humans built the proper capacity to be with pain and discomfort? [47:49] Why healing separation begins with understanding the abundance of TIME! [51:18] Can you allow your FIERCE NATURE to be held with GRACE? [55:09] How to use ATTENTION & FOCUS for your highest good rather than for worry and fear. Connect with Elisha Halpin: Instagram || @elisha_halpin Website || ElishaHalpin.com Rising Man Links: Initiation || Compass is a 4 day 4 night Vision Fast in the wilderness, with preparation and incorporation calls in the months before and after. The Brotherhood || The most inclusive, actionable, and helpful container for men on this planet! Instagram || @risingmanmovement DOJO || A 4 day, carefully crafted sequence of rigorous exercises that will challenge the limits of your mental, physical, and emotional fortitude. Men's Teams || Are you ready to join other men JUST LIKE YOU who have found a way to RISE ABOVE life's challenges and create a life of purpose and fulfillment? Join our online FIRE CIRCLE! YouTube || The Rising Man Movement Website || RisingMan.org
Rav is a mum of 3 teenagers and works as a management consultant. Rav only found running later on in life when she was in her late 30's. She started running to prove a point to someone who said she couldn't run. Rav soon realised that fitness initiatives such as Park Run and races just weren't for her. Her joy for running came from the solitude and peace she found while on an empty trail or a calm street. Rav now runs for fun, for her mental well being and to keep fit. In 2022 she completed a goal she had had for 20 years - running the London Marathon. Rav is currently on a run streak where she has been running outside every day for almost 5 years. She is also training for her next challenge: a 32 mile / 52k Ultra Marathon in the Peak District taking place in the Summer of 2023! “Find what makes you happy. Do more of it” New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is being sponsored throughout March by Inov-8. www.inov-8.com Get involved with the #MarchDailyMile Challenge. Run 1 mile everyday in March. Show Notes Who is Rav 42 year old, mum of 3 teenagers Celebrating her 5 year run streak in March 2023 Her early years and growing up in a strict Indian family Not being sporty Being pushed down the academic route Deciding to join a gym Getting her first pair of trainers when she was 36 Joining a hotel gym and going at night Getting into swimming Starting her IG account to document her fitness journey Buying trainers The motivation behind wanting to run Wanting to prove people wrong Not wanting to be seen in public Deciding to run outside on the 17th May 2017 Doing a 12 week fitness challenge which involved running 200 miles Setting running goals RED January The power of spending 30 mins outside each day Meeting Scott who was run streaking How the purpose of the run streak has changed since she started Motivating herself to run on the tough days London Marathon 26.2 miles Dealing with imposter syndrome Having social anxiety while running and not being able to do park run Getting a plan in places for races Running plans being stopped due to covid and doing the virtual London Marathon Doing 9 virtual marathons in 12 weeks Finding the training hard when running 18 miles+ Joining a fitness program - Six Pack Revolution Not being able to run the London Marathon in 2021 Dealing with injury and the recovery process while still running every day Losing her running confidence The unofficial running community! Getting over her mental block when running longer distances Getting her running confidence back and starting to work with a running coach Dealing with the fear of getting injured again The start line of the London Marathon 2022 Being a glam runner - hot pink lipstick and shades! Being supported by friends Wanting to make the most of the day The toughest part of the race and struggling around mile 16 and mile 24 Not wanting to do another road marathon again How to connect with Rav Top tips and advice to help you get out running Social Media Twitter @ravbillan Instagram @ravbillan
Grace in her own words: “I'm driven by the need to inspire other people of colour on to the trails. I want to increase diversity and participation in endurance running. I'm also tired of being the only Black person at endurance events and feeling like I don't belong. I've run 70+ marathons including ultras, and I'm still going.” New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live in March every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is being sponsored throughout March by Inov-8. www.inov-8.com Get involved with the #MarchDailyMile Challenge. Run 1 mile everyday in March. Show notes Being based on the South Coast of the UK Working as a management consultant Starting running in 2009 Training for her first 10k Her early years and what she was like as a little girl Being sporty but not outdoorsy Her brothers and sisters Her children and grandchildren Being supported and inspired by fellow runners Running her first 5k Being determined to get better Signing up for her first race Running in the dark Not having the confidence to run outdoors Not wanting to stop Joining a local running club Running off road Her love for running and feeling happy Her accidental half marathon What running has taught her Running her first marathon in 2011 Running the Brighton Marathon multiple times Sharing the lessons she's learned Why the race starts at mile 20 What a typical training week looks like Focusing on strength training Wanting to be the best version of herself Practicing yoga Girls run the world The Atlantic Coast Challenge Finishing the race at Land's End and feeling emotional Focusing on core and endurance Fuelling her long runs and focusing on eating real food The women who have inspired her How to connect with Grace Final words of advice for new runners Social Media Instagram @marathongracefully
I woke up and felt a pull to get this out there. I'm not sure who needs it...I'm not sure why...but LISTEN because I feel God using me to tell you that IT IS TIME. Stop waiting. Stop overthinking. GO FOR IT.Chat soon,BrooklynCLICK HERE to check out my favorite things!Please leave a review!Support the show by sharing it with your friends and on social media. Don't forget to tag me! @brooklynragsdale
Go for it! Der Business Podcast für Frauen mit Vision
Startkapital, essenzielle Tools, Konkurrenz, lukratives Thema finden, Technik-Angst, zu wenig Zeit… In dieser Podcastfolge beantworte ich die 11 häufig gestellten Fragen aus der Community zum Thema “Onlinebusiness-Start”. Du spielst mit dem Gedanken, ein eigenes Onlinebusiness zu gründen? Dann ist diese Podcastfolge perfekt für dich! Plane, erstelle und vermarkte dein Online-Produkt mit ErfolgsKurs! → Setz dich jetzt auf unsere exklusive Warteliste für April 2023: https://carolinepreuss.de/erfolgskurs-warteliste/ Teste das Umsatzpotential deiner Produktidee mit dieser Checkliste! → Jetzt für 0 € herunterladen https://carolinepreuss.de/check/ → Folge mir auf Instagram für Einblicke hinter die Kulissen: https://instagram.com/carolinepreussde/ Lass dich von den Erfolgsgeschichten von ErfolgsKurs-KundInnen inspirieren: → Interview mit Corinne Brecher: https://carolinepreuss.de/11-beratung-laesst-sich-nicht-digitalisieren-corinne-hat-damit-27-k-verdient/ → Interview mit Hanna Sacher: https://carolinepreuss.de/erfolgreich-mit-anti-falten-onlinekurs-wie-hanna-ihr-nischen-thema-in-einen-5-stelligen-umsatz-verwandelt-hat/ → Alle Erfahrungsberichte: https://carolinepreuss.de/erfahrungsberichte/ Go For It ist der Business Podcast für alle Selbstständigen und UnternehmerInnen, die ein profitables Online-Business aufbauen wollen. Caroline Preuss gibt in ihrem Business Podcast ihr erprobtes Wissen rund um Marketing, Social Media, Onlinekurse und Community-Aufbau auf Instagram weiter – ausführlich und Schritt für Schritt, damit du entspannt mit deinem digitalen Business sichtbar wirst und und deinen eigenen Onlinekurs erfolgreich vermarktest.
Keri Wallace is the founder & guide at Girls on Hills, the UK's only trail, fell and skyrunning company for women. After her second child, Keri decided to quit the desk-job and find a way to combine her passion for mountain running with flexible working, so that she could fulfil a life goal and be mum to two toddlers at the same time. Keri in her own words: “I started Girls on Hills with my colleague Nancy Kennedy in 2013, as a way to encourage more women to try trail and fell running. It was a terrifying leap of faith and a dream-come-true rolled into one. It felt like the opposite of a mid-life crisis though; like I'd finally found the confidence to stand up and do something I should have done a long time ago. But I had no idea whether it would take off! We only ran a handful of courses the first year but it soon became clear that there was a real appetite out there for the kind of freedom and empowerment that comes with this type of running – across all ability levels. I love guiding women around the rocky hills of Glencoe, helping them build the confidence and skills they need to become more independent in the mountains (usually a simple case of revealing how much they are already capable of!) Mountain running is such a multi-faceted sport, with benefits that reach out and touch all other areas of your life. As Girls on Hills has grown over the years, we have learned more about the barriers that many women face, across all levels of our sport, from beginner access, right through to elite-level racing. Today we advocate strongly for equity and inclusivity and seek to increase female participation in technical and ultra-distance events, where the gender gap is greatest.” New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live in March every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is being sponsored throughout March by Inov-8. www.inov-8.com Get involved with the #MarchDailyMile Challenge. Run 1 mile everyday in March. Show notes Who is Keri Growing up in Cornwall How she ended up living in Scotland Playing a lot of traditional sports when she was younger The women who have inspired her Working as a science teacher in her 20s Getting into climbing Making a transition from being a teacher to working in the outdoor world Doing the 3 peaks challenge in 24hrs Getting into running The challenges of doing her first mountain marathon Training for races and how it's changed over the years The Trans Alpine Run The mental side of running challenges Info for new mums who are running Losing her mojo for running Getting anxious about racing Wanting to push herself on her own terms Not being able to stick to a fixed program Creating Girls on Hills in 2018 with Nancy Kennedy Helping to break barriers down and encourage more women into running Working as a champion for She Races Talking about confidence Reassuring women who run Sky running and technical mountain running Fastest Known Time (FKT) for the Glencoe Round Women FKT - Women with a goal to flip the FKT statistics. Highlighting women's FKTs everywhere. IG @womenwhofkt Why it's not about the time with FKTs Role models in running How to connect with Keri Final words of advice to help you get out of the door and go running Social Media Website www.girlsonhills.com Instagram @girlsonhillsuk Facebook @GirlsOnHills
March marks International Women's Month, a time to honor the achievements of women around the world. In this episode, women it is all about you! We want to talk about why YOU, our listener, matter. We discuss how and why self-care is so important. Make this month the month you take care of yourself. This may be the mental encouragement you need to finally GO FOR IT! "When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat; instead, they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future." This quote, by Queen Elizabeth II encapsulates the spirit of International Women's Month and reminds us of the importance of supporting women as they strive for a better future for themselves and their communities. Remember, your contribution to the world matters!
Kate in her own words... "My name is Kate Strong and I don't believe in living a compromised life. From an early age, I felt I was different. I was curiously questioning almost everything I did, and realised that living within society's comfort zone doesn't always create inspiring and extraordinary results. My mission is to inspire and empower people just like you to step up and achieve what you know intuitively that you know you want. Add clarity, direction, a sense of purpose and methods to maintain your desire to move forward to achieve and live your dreams. For over two decades, I tried to fit in. I put what other people expected of me ahead of what I truly wanted to do. I was not being entirely me – I was conforming and compromising. At university, I studied Engineering – to please my parents (I did enjoy the challenge of learning a new topic, but being an engineer was never my dream). After graduating, I went to Latin America. Yet, I eventually ‘returned to normal' and started to ‘settle down' – following the unspoken rules of society. I find it curious why most people wait until a ‘cliff edge moment' before making significant changes. I was no different, waiting until after a dramatic break-up with my fiancé that left me financially in debt and emotionally distraught did I finally accept that things needed to change. I needed to change. It was time I started to live for me and feed what could be rather than resign to what is already. Far too many people are settling for below their potential, in a state of discomfort: Living for Friday afternoon and the next pay cheque. Life doesn't have to be like this. Applying this philosophy, I took up running and became age-group World Triathlon Champion. I have been striving to stop reacting to circumstances and instead continue to consciously create a life that inspires me and others." New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. Support the Tough Girl mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media - especially in relation to adventure and physical challenge by signing up as a patron. www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Kate Strong Her early years and growing up in Wales Loving sport from a young age Not loving the competitive side of sport Wanting to connect with herself and nature through sport Studying engineering in France for 5 years Having a life while studying Her first big physical challenge Learning lessons from cycling to the Alps Treating physical challenges with respect Going through an emotional breakup Getting into triathlon while being based in Australia Not wanting to cap her potential Wanting to be number one in the world Needing a big goal Getting started with training for a triathlon Just wanting to spend time outside and do something physical Overcoming her own excuses Letting herself have the permission to put herself first Starting to add some structure to her training Healing from the breakup and moving on Why she's still on the healing journey Learning to use her pain as a strength Using triathlon as a distraction Becoming age group world champion in 14 months Selling the business and moving back to UK in 2014 Starting at zero Working on her mindset and belief in herself Racing at the world championships in China Figuring out ways to make it happen Focusing on her future and healing Focus on the WHY and the HOW will sort itself out Showing up everyday regardless of what was happening in her life Being supported by her local community who crowdfunded for her Race day and saying her intentions to come first in the race Focusing on doing her best in the current moment Having an attitude of gratitude Being vegan and plant based Deciding to stop eating dairy and the impact it had on her performance after 5 days What a typical day of eating looks like Tour de Wales and Challenge 3000 Getting injured during Tour de Wales and having to make changes to the plan How the idea came about and how it changed and evolved over time Wanting to travel slower and in a more sustainable way How to connect with Kate and get involved with her challenge The Strong Voice Podcast Final words of advice - go out and start exploring with curiosity Social Media Website katestrong.global Instagram @katestrong01 Facebook @katestrong01 Twitter @katestrong01
Go for it! Der Business Podcast für Frauen mit Vision
Du spielst mit dem Gedanken, dein eigenes Onlinebusiness zu starten, aber dir fehlt noch die zündende Idee oder du bist dir unsicher, ob deine geplante Idee wirklich Potential hat? Dann ist diese Podcastfolge perfekt für dich: Du bekommst über 30+ konkrete Ideen für dein erstes Online-Produkt. Plus: Zum Schluss der Podcastfolge erfährst du, welche 2 Faktoren garantiert zu einem Produkt-Flop führen! Plane, erstelle und vermarkte dein Online-Produkt mit ErfolgsKurs! → Setz dich jetzt auf unsere exklusive Warteliste für April 2023: https://carolinepreuss.de/erfolgskurs-warteliste/ Teste das Umsatzpotential deiner Produktidee mit dieser Checkliste! → Jetzt für 0 € herunterladen https://carolinepreuss.de/check/ → Folge mir auf Instagram für Einblicke hinter die Kulissen: https://instagram.com/carolinepreussde/ Go For It ist der Business Podcast für alle Selbstständigen und UnternehmerInnen, die ein profitables Online-Business aufbauen wollen. Caroline Preuss gibt in ihrem Business Podcast ihr erprobtes Wissen rund um Marketing, Social Media, Onlinekurse und Community-Aufbau auf Instagram weiter – ausführlich und Schritt für Schritt, damit du entspannt mit deinem digitalen Business sichtbar wirst und und deinen eigenen Onlinekurs erfolgreich vermarktest.
Nirjala is a 41-year-old Nepalese national triathlete and a mother of two. She was Nepal's national mountain biking champion for 12 years, from 2001 to 2012, and after dominating the mountain biking scene for 12 years, Nirjala was known as the "Mountain Queen" by her peers. Nirjala is now a triathlete on the Nepal National Team. On June 6th, 2021, Nirjala completed the UK Ultimate Triathlon event in Whitchurch after 15 hours and 13 minutes. The full Ironman distance includes 3.8 kilometers of swimming, 180 kilometers of cycling, and 42 kilometers of running. She then became the first Nepali female athlete to complete a full Ironman-distance triathlon. Her historic achievement was publicly recognized as the "First Nepalese Female Athlete to achieve" by Nepal Triathlon Association President, Mr. Nilendra Raj Shrestha. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. You can support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Learn more by visiting www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast . Thank you. Show notes Who is Nirjala Speaking with Nirjala previously on the Tough Girl Podcast Discovering triathlon Living in UAE in 2011 and training for mountain biking Thinking about doing an Ironman Making the transition from mountain biking to triathlon Stopping mountain biking and focusing on family Wanting to lose weight after having children Getting back into training after having a C section Why she wanted to do a triathlon Learning how to swim as an adult Overcoming her fear of open water Taking on her first sprint triathlon Learning to swim front crawl in 2018 Not feeling confident in the water Dealing with feelings of panic while in the water Feeling more confident in the water Training for open water swimming Learning how to float Doing her first Full Ironman triathlon Following a free training plan found online Balancing training time with her family Being on the start line of the race Being worried about the cold water Eating during the race Feeling relief and happiness crossing the finish line Recovering afterwards Feeling a lot of pain at the end and not being able to sleep How to connect and follow on the social Final words of advice to motivate and inspire you to take on your next challenge How to face your fears even when you are afraid Why you can do anything you want in your life Social Media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NirjalaTamrakar
Go for it! Der Business Podcast für Frauen mit Vision
Diese Podcastfolge ist perfekt für dich, wenn du: (1) entweder frisch in die Selbstständigkeit startest oder es planst und möglichst schnell davon leben willst (2) oder du bereits selbstständig bist, aber aktuell noch viel Einzelberatung machst Du bekommst heute eine konkrete 5-Schritte-Anleitung, um möglichst schnell deine ersten 100.000€ Jahresumsatz zu erzielen. Plane, erstelle und vermarkte dein Online-Produkt mit ErfolgsKurs! → Setz dich jetzt auf unsere exklusive Warteliste für April 2023: https://carolinepreuss.de/erfolgskurs-warteliste/ Teste das Umsatzpotential deiner Produktidee mit dieser Checkliste! → Jetzt für 0 € herunterladen https://carolinepreuss.de/check/ → Folge mir auf Instagram für Einblicke hinter die Kulissen: https://instagram.com/carolinepreussde/ Go For It ist der Business Podcast für alle Selbstständigen und UnternehmerInnen, die ein profitables Online-Business aufbauen wollen. Caroline Preuss gibt in ihrem Business Podcast ihr erprobtes Wissen rund um Marketing, Social Media, Onlinekurse und Community-Aufbau auf Instagram weiter – ausführlich und Schritt für Schritt, damit du entspannt mit deinem digitalen Business sichtbar wirst und und deinen eigenen Onlinekurs erfolgreich vermarktest.
Chasing a carrot is only good if you get to take a bite. Their are dangers in chasing carrots that you need to be mindful of. Instead I suggest you build your own garden. In this episode I talk about 8 things you can do to build your own garden. 1. Cross Train 2. Resume Ready 3. Interview Regularly 4. Learn More - take a class, seminar, read, mentorship 5. Network 6. Yes to stretch projects that align 7. Create your own brand/platform 8. Think long term Let's Chat: https://calendly.com/abbycornelius/30min Ready to GO FOR IT? Learn more about my digital course to rise in your career: https://www.abbycornelius.com/goforit
Camille Herron is an American ultramarathon runner. She was born on Christmas Day in Norman, Oklahoma. She credits her athletic ability and steely toughness to her grandpa, who earned two Purple Hearts in World War II, and her dad, who played college basketball at Oklahoma State University for 3-time Olympic Team Coach, Henry Iba. As a 7-year-old she would practice basketball without water until she would black out. When she was 17, her family became homeless when they lost their home in a tornado. She started running long on Sundays to celebrate her life. Camille won the 2017 Comrades Marathon and holds several World Record times at ultramarathon distances. She is the first and only athlete to win all three of the road IAU World Championships for 50K, 100K, and 24 Hours. Camille also holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon in a superhero costume. She is known for running with her hair down, drinking beer, and eating tacos during ultramarathons. In November 2017, she broke Ann Trason's 100-mile Road World Record by over an hour in 12:42:40. She is the first woman to run under 13 hours for 100 miles, exceed 150 km for 12-Hours, and reach 270 km for 24-Hours. In April 2022, she became the youngest woman to reach 100,000 lifetime miles. Camille has overcome multiple challenges in her life, including injuries as a young runner and the loss of her family's home in the 1999 tornado outbreak in Oklahoma. In February 2019, just two weeks after surviving a rollover car accident, she won the Tarawera 100 Miler in Rotorua, New Zealand in a new course record of 17:20:52. She was a 3-time All-Stater in cross country, 3-time State Champion in track and field, and valedictorian at Westmoore High School. As a young runner, Camille experienced many injuries and was inspired to understand why. She got back into competitive running as a road racer in her fifth year of college coached by her husband and former elite runner, Conor Holt. In 2007, Camille graduated from Oregon State University with a Master of Science degree in Exercise and Sports Science. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. Support the Tough Girl mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media - especially in relation to adventure and physical challenge by signing up as a patron. www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Camille Being a marathoner for 10 years before getting into ultra running Committing to ultra running in 2015 Wikipedia for Camille Being a shy kid with high energy Getting into dance ad basketball before running Playing point guard in basketball Finding running very natural Doing her first cross country race Meeting her husband in college Being surrounded by super runners and being inspired Running miles for fun Suffering from injuries and wanting to understand why Winning 3 state titles in high school Growing 9 inches and dealing with multiple stress fractures Being told by doctors not to run competitively Being taught how to train properly Studying bone and exercise in grad school Remaining injury free from her mid 20s Reaching 100,000 miles in running Being part of a research study at Stanford Her running routine Running periods and peri-menopause Using her period as a marker of health Having a mineral imbalance Low magnesium and high iron Working with a dietitian Foot strike haemolysis Recovery and sleeping after big training sessions The Root Cause Protocol Getting into a better routine at night Feeling the best she's ever felt at 40 Loving 24hr races and why its the hardest distance Strategy for 24hr races Mentally breaking down the race Why it's the hardest ultra race The motivation and where it comes from Future races and wanting to race more trail races Connect with Camille Coaching with Camille Advice for new runners Social Media Website www.camilleherron.com/ Instagram @runcamille Facebook @runcamille Twitter @runcamille
Go for it! Der Business Podcast für Frauen mit Vision
Mein Unternehmen hat letztes Jahr rund 2,2 Mio € Netto-Umsatz erzielt, bei ca. 70.000€ Werbekosten. Das heißt, dass ich den Großteil meines Umsatzes organisch über meinen Content erziele. Heute will ich dir meine Top 3 Strategien vorstellen, mit denen du direkt über deinen Content verkaufst inkl. einem neuen Trick, der deine Instagram-Anmeldezahlen dramatisch erhöht. Du willst dir auf Instagram eine aktive, kaufkräftige Community aufbauen? → Melde dich für Planbar Sichtbar an: https://carolinepreuss.de/planbar-sichtbar-angebot/ Plane, erstelle und vermarkte dein Online-Produkt mit ErfolgsKurs! → Setz dich jetzt auf unsere exklusive Warteliste für April 2023: https://carolinepreuss.de/erfolgskurs-warteliste/ → Folge mir auf Instagram für Einblicke hinter die Kulissen: https://instagram.com/carolinepreussde/ Go For It ist der Business Podcast für alle Selbstständigen und UnternehmerInnen, die ein profitables Online-Business aufbauen wollen. Caroline Preuss gibt in ihrem Business Podcast ihr erprobtes Wissen rund um Marketing, Social Media, Onlinekurse und Community-Aufbau auf Instagram weiter – ausführlich und Schritt für Schritt, damit du entspannt mit deinem digitalen Business sichtbar wirst und und deinen eigenen Onlinekurs erfolgreich vermarktest.
I am super delighted to have Kelli Anderson, Director, Brand Experience Strategy at VMLY&R on the podcast today! Kelli had an amazing first job as an attraction specialist working with the Muppets, and she shares how that sense of wonder has helped her in all her jobs and experiences now. We talk about how black and brown audiences are not a monolith. We talk about some of the faux pas that Kelli sees as she helps brands understand culture. Kelli talks about how important it is to remember that not everything in life is a 100 yard sprint, but also there are a lot of relay races that you can participate in. Kelli would like you to Go For It, if there's something you have been wanting to try, just try it! Connect with her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellinanderson/ Partnered with the African American Film Critics Association for #29DaysofMagic 2023 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theaafca/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aafca/?hl=en Website: aafca.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-reset-podcast/support
Are you sick of letting fear and uncertainty get in the way of pursuing your dreams?Are you ready for bold stories from amazing midlife women that inspire you into action? Need a reminder that you're stronger and braver than you think?Season 5 of the Reinvention Rebels podcast is almost here and I can't wait for you to listen!This season's theme - Do It Scared, Do It Anyway! Yes people, we need to GO FOR IT even when we're unsure or afraid.STOP playing small with your dreams.Isn't it better to go for it, miss the mark, but learn from your mistakes rather than not try at all?Sure, reinventing ourselves can bring up our fears - getting out there, trying something new, the fear of failure - there are many reasons we can hold ourselves back.But on the other side of fear dwells new, juicy possibilities!There's wisdom in our reinvention journey.This season, I'll introduce you to a new set of Reinvention Rebels who:✳️ used their fear to propel them forward✳️ developed their self-trust muscle and bet on themselves✳️ saw loss as the opportunity to create new beginnings✳️ tuned out naysayers who questioned their "why"✳️ focused on and prioritized their reinvention dreamsThese amazing women stepped into the light and their purpose. They are on fire in the best kind of ways! There is so much joy, inspiration and possibility in this new season and I can't wait for you to soak it up! Get started by listening to this preview. Then look for the first episode of the season that drops on February 16.P.S. Catch up on what you missed - check out the Season 4 highlights episode for a hit of reinvention inspiration while you wait for the new season to begin. So many inspiring reinvention stories waiting for you! Please Share What You LovedYour feedback means everything to me! If you enjoyed this episode please rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Castbox or leave a comment at reinventionrebels.com******Let's Stay in Touch!Visit me at reinventionrebels.comCheck out other things I'm up to here: http://linktr.ee/reinventionrebelsSubscribe to the Reinvention Rebels podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spotify (or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts!)*********Support the show*********Thanks for joining me, let's reinvent and get inspired together!Let's connect:Instagram: @reinventionrebelsTwitter: @rebelsreinventFacebook: @ReinventionRebels
Amy Aed is a travel writer and adventurer from Wales who was the first person to walk the entire Danube River. Amy was diagnosed with Crohn's disease at the age of 15, and the daily impact on her health was a struggle, but there's nothing stopping her from living the life she wants. On 14th September 2022, Amy finally finished the 1770-mile journey and became the first person to walk the Danube river, more or less a year after she started. Amy is also the face behind the blog Wandering Everywhere. She enjoys writing raw, off-the-beaten-path guides to beautiful places. Amy's writing has been featured in Sick Chirpse, The New Welsh Review, Yahoo! Lifestyle, Buzz Magazine, Wanderlust Magazine, Buzzfeed, and many more. About the blog: Wandering Everywhere is a space filled with raw, off-the-beaten-track travel guides on gorgeous places, with a focus on solo female travel and travelling when there's a million obstacles in front of you. This blog is for the travel-hungry, those who are on the constant search of the most beautiful places in the world. It's for the people who are all about asking questions and collecting stories, sharing their passion for exploration in an outlet designed to inspire a whole community of travellers. Wandering Everywhere is a blog set out to inspire others to live a life of a travel in a way that needn't be scary, expensive, or isolating – where wandering and wondering go hand in hand. Let's turn the world travel-hungry. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media especially in relation to adventure and physical challenges. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. *This walk was started 1st September 2021 and finished 14th September 2022 Show notes Who is Amy Her early years Wanting to travel from a young age Her blog - Wandering-everywhere and how it evolved from a book blog to what it is now Travelling to Germany and writing about travelling Working with tourism boards Walking the length of the Danube river. Where the idea came from Doing research on the Danube and finding out that no one had walked it before Not doing a lot of planning and preparation Concerns before taking on this challenge Feeling excited to go and travel Planning to walk 40 miles a day and finish the challenge in a month Having to go home multiple times during the trip Never having done a walking trip before Doing about 25km on average per day Deciding to walk with other people Not being able to finish the trip before Christmas Having to make changes to the journey The challenges of walking with teammates (girlfriend - Emily and friend - Ines) The challenges of taking a break during the walk and going back to it Feeling ready to finish and end the trip Being diagnosed at age 15 with Crohn's Disease. Changing her diet and eating while walking Not taking care of herself and getting ill Figuring out what her food triggers were Getting food and resupply while walking Money and costs of the challenge Receiving a small grant for £500 and a small amount of sponsorship The biggest lesson and learning from the challenge Dealing with the street dogs Not being able to rely on other people The ending of the journey and reaching the Black Sea The Danube Delta and not being able to walk the end and needing to take a boat Why the end was underwhelming and vey different from what she imagined Magical moments from the walk Deciding not to camp anymore Using couch surfing for the first time Future plans - a road trip through Eastern Europe and going to Mexico for the day of the dead celebration How to connect with Amy Final words of advice for women who want to get wandering and travelling Social Media Website www.wandering-everywhere.com Instagram @wandering-everywhere Facebook @wanderingeverywherepage Twitter @wandrevrywhere
Go for it! Der Business Podcast für Frauen mit Vision
Für dich steht fest: Du willst 2023 ein eigenes Online-Produkt erstellen, bist dir aber unsicher, ob deine Produktidee wirklich Potential hat. In dieser Podcastfolge bekommst du eine konkrete 5-Punkte-Checkliste, mit der du prüfen kannst, ob du mit deiner Idee 1 Mio € und mehr verdienen kannst. Plus: Zum Schluss der Podcast Folge verrate ich dir die aktuell 5 lukrativsten Onlinebusiness-Nischen. Plane, erstelle und vermarkte dein Online-Produkt mit ErfolgsKurs! → Setz dich jetzt auf unsere exklusive Warteliste für April 2023: https://carolinepreuss.de/erfolgskurs-warteliste/ Teste das Umsatzpotential deiner Produktidee mit dieser Checkliste! → Jetzt für 0 € herunterladen https://carolinepreuss.de/check/ → Folge mir auf Instagram für Einblicke hinter die Kulissen: https://instagram.com/carolinepreussde/ Lass dich von den Erfolgsgeschichten von ErfolgsKurs-KundInnen inspirieren: → Interview mit Dr. Eva-Maria Casteel: https://carolinepreuss.de/5-stelliger-umsatz-mit-einem-online-kurs-fuer-huehner-eva-marias-launch-erfolg/ → Interview mit Denise Schuster: https://carolinepreuss.de/interview-denise-schuster/ → Interview mit Katharina von MamAcademy: https://carolinepreuss.de/interview-katharina-charisse/ → Interview mit Giulia und Nina von Mecoa: https://carolinepreuss.de/5-stelliger-launch-mit-onlinekurs-fuer-politikerinnen-wie-giulia-und-nina-ihr-online-business-von-0-an-aufgebaut-haben/ Go For It ist der Business Podcast für alle Selbstständigen und UnternehmerInnen, die ein profitables Online-Business aufbauen wollen. Caroline Preuss gibt in ihrem Business Podcast ihr erprobtes Wissen rund um Marketing, Social Media, Onlinekurse und Community-Aufbau auf Instagram weiter – ausführlich und Schritt für Schritt, damit du entspannt mit deinem digitalen Business sichtbar wirst und und deinen eigenen Onlinekurs erfolgreich vermarktest.
Matt and Eric straight up GO FOR IT with a full recap of ROCKY V, featuring giant babies, surly teens, and Paulie at his worst. Plus news on THE LAST OF US, BAD BOYS 4, KING OF THE HILL, and lots more.
Crystal Rose in her own words: “I am Crystal Hudelson (she/her) a cishet (both cisgender and heterosexual) gender Black woman I am a foster youth who was brought up by the state. This gives me incredible empathy for marginalized people which is what led me to my work with Climbers of Color (CoC). I am in love with sport climbing (specifically outdoor leading). Certifications: The American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA) apprentice rock guide, Single Pitch Instructor All of my climb training focuses on being a solid leader outside on rock. I used to co-host Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC - Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) climb nights for Climbers of Color at Stone Gardens Bellevue since it started there. Climbers of Color opened up a platform for people like me to connect and teach with the climbing community in the closest way to my heart: Black people, people of color, and marginalized communities. As my involvement grew, I became part of a new branch of CoC: outdoor rock climbing instruction. My partner and I developed all the instructional programs for rock at CoC and strive to make each course a welcoming, equitable, and informational experience for each participant. CoC is the entity who has mentored me through the AMGA certification process and trusts I will do a good job. They have placed a confidence in me I have known few other places and I am grateful for it. Within the BIPOC climbing community, I have seen a wide array of abilities and experience. I want you to know that we see you because we are looking. We see you and want to honor you by creating a strong climbing community who shares joy with one another. Bringing one's culture and ancestral essence into climbing is what will allow us to enter the climbing community as our whole selves. Fun facts about me: My ancestry is Haitian and Irish. By day I work as an aircraft mechanic in the avionics department on heavy jets and my partner and I are building our first climbing wall in our backyard. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. To support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Sign up as a Patron - www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Crystal Rose Her current roles What she was like as a little girl Not having the opportunity to go outside much Trying to find her place in the world Getting into rock climbing through her partner Keith Her passion for climbing and the outdoors Meeting Keith and how their relationship developed Not coming from an athletic background Enjoying the mental aspect of the challenge Managing fear and being able to believe in herself Her love for sports climbings Sport Leading Outside and why its her favourite type of climbing Her journey in getting her climbing qualifications The American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA) Single Pitch Instructor Course Needing traditional gear and being supported by the climbing community Gear Fund Collective - IG @thegearfundcollective The challenge of finding climbing partners Managing fear while climbing The power of breath work and why it is one of the best tools you can use Getting into a mindful space Falling out of love with climbing in 2021 The need for rest and figuring out a balance Being a Co-director of Climbers of Color (CoC) which was established in 2017 Her volunteer role at Climber of Color Working full time as an airline mechanic Assisting people to become guides Driving change in the climbing world Having scholarships available Partnering with the American Alpine Institute Her passion for writing and sharing on her blog - Rock Rose Blog - Examine the intersection of climbing, Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color, and policy. Magical moments while climbing Reflecting back on one of the hardest climbs she's ever done Not feeling worthy of being able to climb at a certain grade Climb training for sport climbing Following the Anderson Brothers Training Manual Mercedes Pollmeier - Longevity Climbing Coach IG @modusathletica Modus Athletica Website Working with Climbing Coach Emily Taylor IG @browngirlsclimbing1 Brown Girls Climbing - 1st all BIPOC girls & GNB youth pioneering adventure based-climbing from Ohlone Land. Website - https://www.tayloredfitsolutions.com/ How climbing and your everyday life can cross over Advice for women who want to start climbing and to step outside their comfort zone Look for an affinity group and finding a climbing partner who you connect with Connecting with people via the internet and social media Safety is number one and the skills will follow Building her own home climbing wall The community feel of the project Deciding to name the climbing wall - the Monolith How to connect with Crystal Rose Final words of advice Why healing isn't linear Social Media Blog - https://rockrose.blog/ Personal Instagram @aroseontherock @monolith_wall Go Fund Me - https://www.gofundme.com/f/climbing-wall-dream @rockrose.blog - Examine the intersection of climbing, Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color, and policy. Climbers of Colour - Creating leaders of color in mountaineering and climbing. Based in Western Washington. Website: https://www.climbersofcolor.org/ IG: @climbersofcolor Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/134722430557412/about/
Keeping it Casual with The Girl in Gucci Glasses
Your sense of style isn't just something you have—it's something you are. So while the "clean aesthetic" girlies are promoting their high-rise mom jeans from Shein and Abercrombie, paired with the same, and I do mean the same Aritzia top in a lackluster shade of brown - please remain true to yourself. I know, I know - I sound like such an elder millennial here. And listen, drawing inspo from various sources is great. But at the end of the day, you need to have your own sense of style and embrace it. Listen, babe, wanna rock True Religion jeans in 2023? Go for it. Wanna wear Golden Goose even if some douche canoe intentionally calls them dirty Converse, while a Gen-Z kid is saying they're Cheugy? GO FOR IT. Seriously. You will sleep much better at night when you stop caring what people think of you and just do what makes you happy (within reason of course). So tune in for today's episode where we discuss what gives ME the ick. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thegirlingucciglasses/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegirlingucciglasses/support
Today's morning message from the Queen of Pep Talks is a reminder that indecision is a decision. If you want to be successful in your life or business, become a woman who is willing to DECIDE and TRUST that no matter what, you are going to learn and grow along the way. Your desire to know what the right choice is keeping you stuck where you are; decide, commit, learn, course correct and repeat this is the strategy for success. If you are going back and forth on something think about this: how are you going to know if it's the right choice unless you just decide? Whatever it is you want for your life, you've got to me a decision: GO FOR IT or DON'T...but stop contemplating it. XOLinks/Resources:Join the FIRST Masterclass of 2023!Get the FREE Morning Message Wallpapers.Register for the NEW Freebie Friday emails!Join the EXCLUSIVE Pep Talks Membership!Get a 5-day Voxer Coaching Pass.Get the Create Joy Products HERE.Sign up for the JJXO Weekly Newsletter.Join the FREE Join Jessica XO Community on Facebook.Read my book "Battle for Growth".Need a Workout Plan? Get mine hereFollow the Inspiration on Instagram.
This is my client's story of how she went from being in a 10+ career that was draining the life out of her to: Starting her online business from the ground up. Getting fully booked out with clients. Taking back control of her life, health, mind/body connection and relationships. Stepping fully into her power and rewriting her beliefs. Janine did this all in 6 months time without a website, a fancy launch plan, a huge strategy and under 500 IG followers! And here's the thing… We weren't in a rush. We didn't force or hustle her into the ground. We found HER way. We shed a light on what it actually took for her do all of this—it's not what you think. My hope is that you see yourself in Janine's story and come away from this episode with a fire under you to be bigger than all the things telling you you can't and fuc*ing GO FOR IT. Connect with Janine on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jbtotalbusinesssolutions/ Apply to work with me one on one: https://kerikugler110957.typeform.com/to/O1gNLRrO?typeform-source=www.kerikugler.com
Victoria is an ambassador for UK charity ‘Women in Sport'. Having developed a love of adventure in her late twenties, she progressed from running and cycling to summits of Mont Blanc, Gran Paradiso and Kilimanjaro. In March 2022 she became the fastest female to solo row 2,559 miles across the Atlantic Ocean, finishing in 40 days, 21 hours and 1 minute and knocking 8.5 days off the previous Guinness World Record. Outside of adventure, Victoria is a sports and media lawyer with over ten years of experience practising in both the UK and Switzerland. Having held roles in both European and Olympic federations, as well as commercial media organisations, she focuses on the development and negotiation of sports sponsorship and licensing, media creation and distribution, and sports governance. She uses her legal training to tackle gender equality in sport, securing the first written pregnancy deferral policy of an organised race in February 2022 when Ironman agreed to collaborate, and now focusing heavily on safeguarding. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. You can support the Tough Girl mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media - especially in relation to adventure and physical challenge by signing up as a patron. www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Victoria Woking as a commercial lawyer Being based in London Growing up in the countryside in Yorkshire Not being interested in sports as a young age Getting into fitness in her mid/late 20s Deciding to become a lawyer Wanting to become financially secure Training in Manchester and working long hours Moving to Switzerland and getting into the outdoor lifestyle Doing her first (and only) triathlon Getting into climbing mountains Where the dream to row the Atlantic Ocean came from Wanting to make a change Doing work with UN Women Doing research into ocean rowing The reasons behind the challenge Being inspired by the women on the tough girl podcast The practical steps taken to make the dream a reality Having to quit her job to take on the ocean row Taking a leap of faith and finding a way to make it happen Connecting with Women in Sport Sorting out the basics Rannoch Adventures Securing her title sponsor at the end of 2019 Sitting her ocean rowing exams in Feb 2020 Going into lockdown in March 2020 Planning to go in 2021 and needing to postpone to 2022 Dealing with new challenges and setbacks Deciding to go freelance as a lawyer Dealing with the stress before getting to the start line Having a fantastic support network The start of the challenge Structure on the boat?! The challenges while on the boat The magical moments while out on the water Focusing on the good What are you doing? Why are you here? The mental side of the row Having no let up at all Needing to be the one to fix every problem and every issue Getting through the tough days Making history and breaking records Not wanting to do another adventure at this level Wanting to help and support athletes with safeguarding issues Looking after her own mental health Taking a break from exercise and fitness How to connect with Victoria The importance of knowing your why and why you are passionate about it Back yourself Listening to multiple episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast Social Media Website www.seachangesport.com Instagram @seachangesport
Go for it! Der Business Podcast für Frauen mit Vision
Instagram verändert sich gerade extrem und wer diese Veränderungen verschläft, wird in ein paar Monaten mit sinkender Reichweite aufwachen. Ich habe meine eigene Instagram-Strategie kürzlich komplett überarbeitet und zeige dir in dieser Podcastfolge die 6 wichtigsten Veränderungen. Du willst dir auf Instagram eine aktive, kaufkräftige Community aufbauen? → Melde dich für Planbar Sichtbar an: https://carolinepreuss.de/planbar-sichtbar-angebot/ Du willst dein flexibles Online-Business starten? → Nimm am 0 € Webinar teil: https://carolinepreuss.de/ig-webinar/ → Folge mir auf Instagram für Einblicke hinter die Kulissen: https://instagram.com/carolinepreussde/ Go For It ist der Business Podcast für alle Selbstständigen und UnternehmerInnen, die ein profitables Online-Business aufbauen wollen. Caroline Preuss gibt in ihrem Business Podcast ihr erprobtes Wissen rund um Marketing, Social Media, Onlinekurse und Community-Aufbau auf Instagram weiter – ausführlich und Schritt für Schritt, damit du entspannt mit deinem digitalen Business sichtbar wirst und und deinen eigenen Onlinekurs erfolgreich vermarktest.
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Phillipa in her own words: “I've been an OS GetOutside Champion since 2020, I'm the Chief Volunteer Queen for Adventure Queens South Wales and deputy chair of the Brecon Beacons National Park LAF. I've just turned 50 and am not your stereotypical outdoor type. I've never been great at sports and I'm not a pretty sight puffing and panting up a mountain. But being outdoors makes me feel alive – it's my soul food. My goal is to encourage more women of every age, size, ability and background to participate in outdoor activities and that's what I do for Adventure Queens South Wales. Adventure Queens is an online UK-based community of more than 20,000 women. Its goal is to encourage, inspire and educate more women to get outside. Over the past four years I've organised weekends away (camping, surfing, scrambling, climbing, hiking, climbing, kayaking and wild swimming), day walks, social evenings and walked the 99-mile Beacons Way. On top of that I've given live online talks, organised virtual meet ups and mentored new members. AQ has transformed my own life. I was a cautious day walker before I joined, but since then I've become a seasoned camper, I've completed multi-day hikes, learned scrambling, climbing, surfing and paddle-boarded – I keep pinching myself as I can't believe this is really me!” New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. You can support the Tough Girl mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media - especially in relation to adventure and physical challenge by signing up as a patron. www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Phillipa? Being the Chief Queen for Adventure Queens, South Wales Working as a journalist Spending all her free time in the mountains How life has changed over the past 4 years Growing up in Hampshire Her passion for the outdoors Wanting to do more stuff outside - but not knowing how to go about it The start of her journalism career Meeting her partner who was outdoorsy at 28 Her gateway to the outdoors Developing new skills and building confidence in navigation and map reading Staying in her comfort zone The Beacons Way - 99 mile thru-hike First hearing about the Adventure Queens Being inspired to say yes and take on new challenges Deciding to run the Adventure Queens South Wales Group Finding people to walk the Beacons Way with Connecting with like minded people The first weekend of the challenge You have to start somewhere The sense of achievement at the end Learning to camp and wild camp Advice for women who do want to start spending time in the outdoors The benefits of social media and how it can be used to connect with others with similar interests Dealing with her fears before her first meet up Being inspired by Kate Adie Her role as the Chief Queen for the South Wales Group Her dreams for 2023 Cycling in Bosnia Documenting the journey and speaking with ITV Advice for planning events and challenges Fitness regime and doing what she loves Getting into running during lockdown Reframing running to trotting Final words of advice - “think about what you want to do and if you don't know what you want to do, try lots of different things” The support from women in all women groups Think about what you want to do and give it ago Social Media Instagram @phillipacherryson Adventure Queens - Non-profit women's adventure community Website: adventurequeens.co.uk Instagram: @adventurequeensuk Facebook: @AdventureQueens Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/