Mountain massif in Kilimanjaro National Park in Tanzania
On this week's (listener requested!) episode, Stefanie is joined by her husband Noel to talk about his experience climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Stefanie and Noel discuss when and why he made the decision to make the climb and go over the necessary practical and physical preparations. Noel also shares his day-to-day on the climb. You can support Stefanie and the show on HeadStuff+ Follow Stefanie on Instagram @StefaniePreissner Thanks to Cathal O'Gara for our artwork and our music is from Only Ruin. This episode of Basically is sponsored by Humdinger Mortgages. Feel free to check them out at humdingermortgages.ie
This is a highlight reel you should really watch over on our YouTube Channel @BeastNetPod Nicoal and Teagan flew up to run Spartan Portland, marking the first race for More Heart Than Scars in the Pacific Northwest and continuing the mission to get the non profit running coast to coast! If you don't know Nicoal's story she's been on the show a few times and you can get more details, short version Nicoal has gone from 100% Wheelchair bound in March 2022 to walking UNASSISTED throughout about half this Spartan Sprint. Her PT and Doctor tell her there is a chance of RUNNING early 2023 based on the work she is putting in. Follow Nicoal on IG @wheelz40401 and @ocr_adaptive_athletes At this time of this episode's airing Joey, Jonathan, Juan, Ted, and Mark Just Returned with Erika and the crew from Birdmine Productions from Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa after summitting, raising awareness for mental health and suicide awareness in the adaptive community. Be sure to follow Erika and Birdmine on Facebook, Instagram, and more for info about this climb. www.BeastNetPod.com #BeastNetPod #MadeTougher #Podcast #ocr #obstaclerace #obstaclecourseracing #mudrun #beastsocr #moreheartthanscars #Nuun #TeamNuun #mhts #ocrracers #MudGear #berserkerbrew #ocraddix #ocrbuddy Music Info: https://beastnetpod.com/music --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beastnetpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beastnetpod/support
Michael is joined by Wajid Hassan. From Pakistan to England and then settling in America, Wajid has lived a interesting and varied life in many fields of endeavor. From a technical background as a Field Service Engineer, to stand up comedian with over twenty years as a union actor doing voice over, narration, commercials as well as TV and movie roles. He also encompasses over forty years experience in the field of metaphysics, healing, spirituality and new age concepts. An avid hiker he managed to climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in 2006 Africa's highest mountain in Tanzania. He is a humanitarian and environmentalist always looking for ways to improve life for people along with a deep love for our Planet and all the plants and animals who reside upon Her back. As a qualified Speaker, Healer and Teacher he can demonstrate how to reignite the spiritual flame within us and send it outwards to all, improving not only our own personal lives but those of every lifestream that live on our beautiful world. Follow him at https://wajidauthor.com/ --- 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/savagedunfiltered/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/savagedunfiltered/support
Today's guest has an incredible story to tell. Born with a number of rare disabilities, spending 250 days in the hospital and enduring 16 surgeries in the first three years of life, he has gone on to become an experienced mountaineer, extreme skier, boater, hunter, and adventurer—even conquering Mount Kilimanjaro, among other amazing accomplishments. Now a best-selling author, motivational speaker, and Podcaster, JT Jester is with us today to tell us about his newest book, No Bad Days: How to Find […] The post “There Are No Bad Days…Only Hard Days:” JT Jester on Turning Challenges into Blessings appeared first on Theology Mix.
Today's guest has an incredible story to tell. Born with a number of rare disabilities, spending 250 days in the hospital and enduring 16 surgeries in the first three years of life, he has gone on to become an experienced mountaineer, extreme skier, boater, hunter, and adventurer—even conquering Mount Kilimanjaro, among other amazing accomplishments. Now a best-selling author, motivational speaker, and Podcaster, JT Jester is with us today to tell us about his newest book, No Bad Days: How to Find Joy in Any Circumstance. His journey of faith in Jesus Christ will uplift anyone facing life's greatest setbacks or challenges.
Today Sir Boggs sits down with Former Miss Wheelchair Georgia Nicoal Campbell to talk about this weeks exciting events. Nicoal and Teagan are flying up to run Spartan Portland, marking the first race for More Heart Than Scars in the Pacific Northwest and continuing the mission to get the non profit running coast to coast! They also talk about how Nicoal has gone from 100% Wheelchair bound in March 2022 to walking with forearm crutches at the time of this episodes recording. Her PT and Doctor tell her there is a chance of walking 100% on her own or just with a service dog by early 2023 based on the work she is putting in. Follow Nicoal on IG @wheelz40401 and @ocr_adaptive_athletes At this time of this episode's airing Joey, Jonathan, Juan, Ted, and Mark are travelling with Erika and the crew from Birdmine Productions to Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa to ascend to the summit raising awareness for mental health and suicide awareness in the adaptive community. Be sure to follow Erika and Birdmine on Facebook, Instagram, and more for info about this climb. www.BeastNetPod.com #BeastNetPod #MadeTougher #Podcast #ocr #obstaclerace #obstaclecourseracing #mudrun #beastsocr #moreheartthanscars #Nuun #TeamNuun #mhts #ocrracers #MudGear #berserkerbrew #ocraddix #ocrbuddy Music Info: https://beastnetpod.com/music --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beastnetpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beastnetpod/support
NBA legend Bill Russell passed away on July 31, 2022 at the age of 88. When Russell passed, Jim was climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, unaware that one of the best players in NBA history was no longer with us. A tribute to Russell has been long overdue. Jim covers Russell's life, before exploring five areas of Russell's career that go slightly overlooked by most (10:17). This includes topics such as just how great of a passer Russell was to how many Finals MVPs and Defensive Player of the Year awards Russell may have won if either award existed when he played. Finally, Jim reveals where Russell fits on his list of the best players in NBA history (40:00).
Today we check out Yogi Mystic Wajid Hassan. Yes folks, we can guarantee it some crazy shit. Check out his YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRs_SR1xrio About Jamal Abdul Wajid Hassan Khan From Pakistan to England and then settling in America, Wajid has lived a interesting and varied life in many fields of endeavor. From a technical background as a Field Service Engineer, to stand up comedian with over twenty years as a union actor doing voice over, narration, commercials as well as TV and movie roles. He also encompasses over forty years experience in the field of metaphysics, healing, spirituality and new age concepts. An avid hiker he managed to climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in 2006 Africa's highest mountain in Tanzania. He is a humanitarian and environmentalist always looking for ways to improve life for people along with a deep love for our Planet and all the plants and animals who reside upon Her back. As a qualified Speaker, Healer and Teacher he can demonstrate how to reignite the spiritual flame within us and send it outwards to all, improving not only our own personal lives but those of every lifestream that live on our beautiful world. Something he outlines in detail in this book “The Struggle for World Sanity” which will inspire and uplift those who read it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thatssomecrazyshitpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatssomecrazyshitpodcast/support
Welcome back to another episode of Woods & Wilds: The Podcast. We are now on episode four of Season 3! In this episode with are joined by Leandra Taylor. As she tells us about the time she was part of the first all-Black crew to hike Mount Kilimanjaro. Leandra Taylor is an artist, environmental scientist, mountaineer and educator based in Asheville, North Carolina currently working as the partnership and community outreach coordinator for the Southern Appalachian wilderness stewards, otherwise known as SAWS. Leandra focuses her efforts on building meaningful community relationships and creating partnerships to support equitable access to nature. She is passionate about communicating and interpreting science to the public and helping Black and Brown people reconnect with nature. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, bird watching, and nature journaling.
EP125: “I was on fire. I was fighting well. Then I've got to one of the most important fights I just needed to get through. This fight was probably the most important fight to get that chance to have the Olympic gold medal. I received a head kick with two seconds to go, and two seconds just wasn't enough to get the points back.”Jordan was on the pathway to Tokyo Olympics 2020 when he missed his dream by two seconds. Rather than wallow in the disappointment Jordan has shown incredible resilience to jump back up and keep going. Jordan was very aware of the risks in this sport. His father was also a world and European karate champion. He was also aware of what a financial strain it could be to fund full time sport. For many years Jordan worked full time training others before turning his focus on training himself in the evenings. “...before my world final, I got a message the night before that my phone bill had bounced...I was 22 at the time…Then I won my world final, very convincingly…and still came back home, and couldn't pay my phone bill because I still had no money.”We also talk about: How mindset is the most important toolBeing run over by a car and told he would never walk againChoosing between football and karateThe life of a full time athleteFollowing in his father's footstepsJordan's work with charity Inspire YouJordan is active on Instagram and is preparing to climb Mount Kilimanjaro with a group of underprivileged young people for the charity Inspire You. Thank you to our sponsor SeventySeven Wealth Management, a family business with their family at its core, advising you and your family for all eventualities.Nicole Bremner is an investor and podcaster. After a successful decade building a multi-million property portfolio in London, Nicole was forced by a number of external obstacles to stop, take stock and figure out what really matters in life. Support the show
Jim was traveling across Africa for the last five weeks. He saw a lot, ate a lot, and learned a lot. In this episode, Jim covers a variety of topic, including climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, visiting Zanzibar, spending two weeks in Cape Town, traveling around Morocco, and his pit stop in Portugal (3:45). Then, he covers the top 3 things he ate, books he read, and ways in which he wasted money (31:37).
Perhaps the most widely known as the most decorated monoskier in US history, Chris Waddell went on to become the fastest in the world. If that's not enough, as a paraplegic, he handcycled in a wheelchair all the way up to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. “As an adult, we don't give ourselves the recognition of the things that we've learned…like learning to walk, how miraculous is that to go from, this lump of baby, to actually being able to walk and we've all done it…or speaking, you know, learning to talk is the same kind of thing. And I get to see that in skiing, yes, where I got to go from effectively the lump of baby to like, ‘Oh, wow, l can balance and then I can sort of turn and I can turn better.' And it was the hardest, and coolest, thing that I've been through.” You can learn more about Chris, his book “Things I Want to Remember Not to Forget” and his incredible story of passion and triumph at https://chriswaddellinc.com #liveyourbestlifepodcast #liveyourbestlifewithlizbrunner https://lizbrunner.com/live-your-best-life/ If you have a guest idea, or want to learn more about Brunner Communications, contact Liz at info@LizBrunner.com
This week Carly and Maddie have on Carly's college roommate Jess Murphy (yes the only roommate she's successfully lived with) to talk about her experience climbing Mount Kilimanjaro! Jess had a CRAZY experience climbing it, and makes sure to tell ya every detail!
Folks, on this week's episode we hear about a man who sailed a giant pumpkin down a river, how the guys from Britains famous 'the lads' meme received their own statue, why Mount Kilimanjaro now has wifi, two pilots who started fist fighting in the cockpit, and the man who won Montenegro's 12 annual Laying Down Competition. We are on Patreon! Become a patron for weekly bonus eps and more stuff!: www.patreon.com/whatatimepod Check out our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/whatatimetobealive Get one of our t-shirts, or other merch, using this link! https://whatatimepod.bigcartel.com/ whatatimepod.com Join our Discord chat here: discord.gg/jx7rB7J @pattymo // @kathbarbadoro // @eliyudin // @whatatimepod © 2022 What A Time LLC --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
From Pakistan to England and then settling in America, Wajid has lived an interesting and varied life in many fields of endeavor. From a technical background as a Field Service Engineer, to stand-up comedian with over twenty years as a union actor doing voice over, narration, commercials as well as TV and movie roles. He also encompasses over forty years' experience in the field of metaphysics, healing, spirituality and new age concepts. An avid hiker he managed to climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in 2006 Africa's highest mountain in Tanzania. He is a humanitarian and environmentalist always looking for ways to improve life for people along with a deep love for our Planet and all the plants and animals who reside upon her back. As a qualified Speaker, Healer and Teacher he can demonstrate how to reignite the spiritual flame within us and send it outwards to all, improving not only our own personal lives but those of all life streams that live on our beautiful world. Something he outlines in detail in his #1 bestseller on Amazon, “The Struggle for World Sanity” which will inspire and uplift those who read it. - www.wajidauthor.comNow listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - email@example.com
Today on the Good Day Download:A Georgia toddler helps find a missing elderly woman, teen shooter sought in San Pedro and how a sex offender slipped through the system into the job of middle school guidance counselor. We discuss. Honoring the life of NFL legend Len Dawson, college debt forgiveness and how Mount Kilimanjaro is getting connected. We discuss that, too. Additional information for the Good Day Download podcast (and the Good Day radio program) available on GoodDayShow.com.Follow us on social media. Facebook & Instagram - @GoodDayRadioShowTwitter - @GoodDayOnAir
Guest: Cally Silberbauer Joining me on the virtual couch today is a 28-year old graphic designer and copywriter named Cally Silberbauer. The interview has to be virtual because Cally is currently in Tanzania, preparing to climb Mount Kilimanjaro within the next few days. And that's just one small part of an epic journey she had undertaken in support of the Saartjie Baartman Centre.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Simone Knego, shares her journey of adopting three of her six children in foreign countries, her climb of Mount Kilimanjaro to raise cancer awareness, and all of the funny, scary, and inspiring stories that came along the way, Simone instills in her audience the powerful lesson that what you do matters. And it's the little things we do each day that make the most difference. Simone is a best-selling author of The Extraordinary UnOrdinary You, a speaker, entrepreneur, and mother to six multi-cultural children. With her bold witticism, larger-than-life personality, and fearless attitude, she is a powerful force for good. Connect with Simone! Visit her website Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn Get the Book! The Extraordinary UnOrdinary You
Have you ever heard of shadow beliefs? Even if you haven't heard of them, you probably have experienced them. Nancy Pickard, a life coach and author, transformed her life after her husband decided he didn't want to be married after 26 years. She decided to literally climb Mount Kilimanjaro and set a course for doing it. Along the way she learned (among other things) that she was blaming herself for what others had told her. She learned how to self-reference instead of "others-referencing" her and is so much happier for it. Kim and Nancy discuss: How not feeling good enough keeps us stuck Shadow beliefs and how and when they are formed How saying what we want isn't enough Knowing we are worthy and valued How uncovering those early beliefs can lead you on a whole new path Making yourself a priority If you would like to get a free chapter of Nancy's book called Bigger, Better, Braver, click this link: Free Chapter You can learn more about Nancy and even get a free Discovery call to find out if you would be a good fit for her coaching program. Click HERE to learn more. ********************* Kim Benoy is a recently retired RN, wife and mother who has found a passion for inspiring other women using essential oils, blog, and podcast called Midlife with Courage. She is following her journey to be a light and lead others who are feeling stuck and even bored doing what is expected. She helps women over 40 find their courage, confidence and calm so they can live every moment! Website: www.midlifewithcourage.com Instagram: @midlife_with_courage Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Midlifewithcourage LinkedIn profile: linkedin.com/in/kim-benoy-250754111 If you use essential oils and like to make your own DIY products, you can get $5 off any $25 order at oillife.com. Just put in the code MIDLIFEWITHCOURAGE at checkout. Kim does get a little financial bonus when you use this code. If you would like to support this podcast financially, please go to the following link to learn more: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=72155277
Documentary filmmaker Ida Joglar sat down with HFPA Journalist Anke Hofmann to discuss her latest film Kili Big, which follows 20 plus-sized women from all over the world who try to climb to the top of the tallest peak in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro. They also discuss the challenges of filming such an involved physical journey, the road that led her to her first feature, what drew her to documentaries, and more.
Chuck Melcher is a retired Naval Commanding Officer that has served in various roles including Chief Engineering, XO and Skipper on several Nuclear Attack Submarines. After retiring from the United States Navy, Chuck joined an international energy company as a VP and quickly rose to CEO. Chuck discusses interviewing to become a Submarine skipper, his successful civilian executive search and career. A graduate of the USNA, Chuck earned his MBA at John Hopkins. The interview was conducted outdoors in the Colorado Rockies in-between altitude training hikes for a Mount Kilimanjaro excursion.
What does it take to fulfil your dream of travelling from the lowest to the highest point in Africa?In January 2011, Kyle Henning left the shores of Lake Assal, Djibouti (508 feet below sea level), destined for the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania (19,341 feet above sea level). For sixty-eight days, he travelled by bicycle and on foot to connect the lowest point on the African continent to the summit of its highest mountain, following the Great Rift Valley from the Afar Depression through the Horn of Africa. Traveling alone after finishing his Peace Corps service, he faced the physical demands of cycling through four countries, growing uncertainty as the Arab Spring gripped the continent, and the effects of his own post-traumatic stress from four intense years of working in crisis/disaster management in the USA and his international work in the Peace Corps. We also discuss how his 10-year-old beginner mountain bike stood up to the harsh road and weather conditions, the kit he took, how he made provisions for water and food, and some of the hair-raising experiences he had cycling including being chased by a local woman with a seven feet spear, before being met with the ultimate challenge: climbing Mount Kilimanjaro!Kyle Henning was worn in Buffalo, New York, USA, and has spent part of his career working in the Peace Corps service and has recently returned to Washington after being based in South America for the Department of State. You can follow Kyle on Instagram at @FromAfarBook or email him at FromAfarBook@gmail.comOther Links: "From Afar" by Kyle Henning is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle formats:https://www.amazon.com/Afar-human-powered-adventure-continent-mountain-ebook/dp/B0946CXP7Q 100% of profits from sales of "From Afar" go to two charities: New Day Children's Centre, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia: https://ndccethiopia.org.uk/ AmeriCorps Saint Louis Emergency Response Team: https://www.americorps-stl.org/ Find out more at www.ruthmillingtonauthor.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ruthmillingtonauthor/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RuthMillington1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ruth.millington.52/Share Your Story Have an extreme travel story to tell? Contact me at: https://ruthmillingtonauthor.com/contact/Support the ShowSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ruthmillington)SponsorA huge thanks to today's sponsor HelpYouFind.Me a secure - yet simple - way to share private data for use in emergency situations that is end-to-end encrypted and accessible only by you and the people you choose to share it with. Perfect for the extreme traveller! Find out more at https://helpyoufind.me/Extreme10 and get a 10% discount when you sign up! Production (for this episode)Creator, co-producer, writer, host: Ruth MillingtonMusic credit: Epic Orchestra - Blockbuster Adventure Music by JuliusH African-rythmn-african-groovy-sport-stomping-music-2062 by REDproductions&
On the occasion of India's 75th Independence day, a small tribute from Books That Speak in the form of three stories. This is the second story from this garland. This is the real story of Sheker Goud, the first triple amputee to climb Mount Elbrus (Russia) and Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak of the African subcontinent. An alumini of the Vivekanand Institute of Human excellence, he derives his strength from the teachings of Swami Vivekananda. This story is a brilliant testimony to how one can bounce back even against all odds. Written by Prasun Roy, Illustrated by Prasun Roy, Published By StoryWeaver Community Narrated by Asawari Doshi Source: Sheker Gouds Inspiration --Swami Vivekananda on Storyweaver Story's Video : https://youtu.be/RsaG52EkMtQ Listen to the podcast: iTunes : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/books-that-speak/id1287357479 Google Podcast : http://bit.ly/2JQq2Xo Watch Videos: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/booksthatspeak Twitter: https://twitter.com/booksthatspeak Website: http://www.booksthatspeak.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Schleckser, CEO of The CEO Project. Jim helps leaders grow companies. Before he started The CEO Project, a firm that mentors fast-growth CEOs, he ran a technology business valued at $1.6 Billion. He has done business in 41 countries. Jim Schleckser, CEO of The CEO Project He has a regular column on entrepreneurial growth issues on Inc.com. He has spent over 10,000 hours speaking with and interviewing CEOs. He recently published the best-selling book “Great CEOs are Lazy” He is an engineer, an avid soccer player, a Certified sommelier, and recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro. We talk a lot in this episode about finding and addressing the limits to growth within your business. This episode is worth more than some of the MBA classes I paid for, so pay attention. ****************************** The Analytive Podcast is created and hosted by Tyler Brooks at Analytive. If you're wanting to grow your business through measurable, trackable channels (including ABM, SEO, Facebook ads, and funnels), reach out to us. We'd love to chat.
Today's episode features mountain climbing enthusiast Dave Baker. This former boss of the host shares the experience they had climbing the highest peak in all of Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/commonkyser61/support
If the worst things happen in your life, are you able to cultivate joy? Could you find joy in any circumstance? Today's guest, J.T. Jester, is a young entrepreneur, philanthropist, podcaster, and inspirational speaker based in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. A graduate of High Point University in North Carolina, JT is also an experienced mountaineer, extreme skier, boater, hunter, and adventurer who has made it his life mission to encourage people to untether from natural or self-imposed limitations and live full, passionate lives. Born with life-threatening VATER/VACTERL syndrome, as well as extreme dyslexia and short-term memory loss, he established the JT Mestdagh Foundation to bring encouragement, joy, and laughter to people with physical and learning disabilities and their families. JT hopes that through sharing his life experiences and other people's stories, people will be reminded there truly are no bad days and to never give up. J.T. Jester shares the inspiration for his book title, No Bad Days. During one of his hospitalizations when he was 7 or 8 years old, J.T.'s father offered sympathy for his suffering. J.T. told his dad, "There are no bad days, only hard ones. And we get through them." This statement became the motto by which J.T. and his family lived. Jester describes himself as "blessed," since he did not have all of the possible complications of vacterl syndrome. He was born with a non-functioning GI system which required sixteen surgeries throughout childhood, including a hospital stay of over 200 days. In middle and high school he had a tethered spinal cord that required surgery so he could walk and regain other functioning. He recounts his faith journey and relates his perseverance and healing to his relationship with Christ. J.T. shares the experience of going to a youth camp, though needing medical assistance, and notes how he gave his life to Jesus at the camp. We discuss the ripple effect of J.T.'s positive attitude on those whose lives he touched. Jester emphasizes the importance of choosing a "tribe" of supportive people to help you fulfill your goals and live your best. J.T. explains that we all have hard days into which we fall. He relates how his ski coach taught him to fall, which helped him realize he learned prevention and response from this training. J.T. says learning to fall and get back up is crucial to living well. He also emphasizes the need to find trustworthy people who will be there to help us when we need it the most. We discuss the importance of recognizing we will fall but refusing to let fear prevent us from living our fullest. J.T. credits his parents with allowing him to do everything he wanted to experience, even though it might seem challenging due to his medical risks. Jester recounts the troubleshooting and preparation required to fulfill his goal of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. He shares the incredible story of his experience training for the climb as well as summiting in a shorter time than average. He notes how on the last day of the trip he suffered from altitude sickness and faced unexpected glacier obstacles. J.T. said the challenges on the last day forced him to relinquish his backpack. He didn't want to let go of his backpack, but the process of needing to do this taught him how reaching goals sometimes requires us to let something go. We need to rely upon our tribe to help us. Jester reached the summit and described the spiritual and emotional experience. We discuss the importance of setting big goals in order to maintain hope and joy in life. J.T. notes the benefits of writing down goals daily, monthly, and yearly. He also reiterates how your tribe will help you write the story you want for your life. He recommends choosing stronger, smarter, more proficient support team members to help you grow. We explore how to select tribe members who will prove beneficial. Jester details how different people helped strengthen him in areas of physical training, skill development, and discipleship. We emphasize how we can choose a problem-solving perspective instead of letting circumstances shape the limits of our lives. Jester relates one of the stories in his book, No Bad Days. A woman wrote an allegory called "A Trip to Holland" to describe her unexpected, yet beautiful experience as a mother of a child with Down's Syndrome. J.T. notes how we all face different challenges, but can choose to grow and find joy in our journeys. Connect with J.T. Jester at jtjester.com and on social media at jtjesterspeaks. I would like to invite you to join The True Crime Mission Fields Program, a life-changing opportunity exclusively joining Christians who have married faith and true crime. 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Would Brendan Rodgers change anything about Liverpool's 2014 title run-in? Why did he leave Celtic and how did a trek up Mount Kilimanjaro almost cause him to lose a key member of his squad? The Leicester manager invites Chris Kamara and Ben Shephard into Leicester's smart training complex to record their brand new podcast. They discuss why there are no excuses at Leicester for under performance and their aims for this season. They also chat about why he and Swansea fitted like a glove and the job that he thinks he maybe shouldn't have taken. The guys also sneak in a quick chat with Kasper Schmeichel (before he left).
Kyle Maynard is an entrepreneur, speaker, best-selling author, award-winning extreme athlete, and the first man to bear crawl to the top of the highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro. Born with a rare condition known as congenital amputation that left him with arms that end at the elbows and legs that end near his knees, Kyle has accomplished these incredible feats because of who he is, not despite his condition. Join Dr. Shauna Springer and Kyle as they discuss reconciling with trauma, overcoming adversity, and getting in a metaphorical ring with one of the greatest athletes of all time, Michael Jordan.
This week a group of fourteen South Asian women are embarking on the journey of a lifetime....climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. These are mums, grandmas, wives, daughters, all with responsibilities. But they've chosen to take two weeks out of their lives to challenge themselves and to achieve something that will inspire generations to come. In this episode I'm joined by two of these women, Kiran Kaur Kondal and Simran Kaur Nyote. We talk pre-expedition nerves, finding a sisterhood, and what the trip means to each of them....the mountain is a metaphor for so much more.
Ellen Archer parlayed her success in the publishing industry and skills as a communicator and creative problem solver to raise the profile of a nonprofit. She currently serves as board president of Girls Write Now where she helped grow the board and the pipeline for board members. She initiated a partnership committee that raised five times their goal through engagement with a variety of industries. Getting to know the nonprofit sector through her volunteerism has shown her the real opportunities for those looking to change industries. She is active on several boards and is exploring different roles in nonprofit that might be a good fit for her where she can use her corporate skills in a different sector. Nonprofit job seekers, please read: Your skills are transferable, your passion and curiosity will drive you to learn the additional skills needed for success in the nonprofit sector. Ellen Archer is a business leader and media executive known for growing and transforming content businesses. She has led significant media and publishing divisions at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH), The Walt Disney Company, Penguin Random House, and Simon & Schuster. Most recently, Ms. Archer was President of HMH Books & Media, with responsibility for driving the strategic growth and expansion of the company's $200M consumer publishing business. Ellen has been behind bestselling authors such as John Grisham, Mitch Albom and Kwame Alexander. In 2015, Ms. Archer joined the board of Girls Write Now, a nonprofit that creates mentorship programs for underserved high school students, helping the girls who participate find their voices through the power of writing and community. In 2019 she assumed the role of board chair, working closely with the executive director on board recruitment, fundraising, and partnership programs. She is also on the board of trustees for the Katonah Museum of Art and is a member of the The Women's Forum of New York and Chief, private clubs for women in executive leadership roles. Ms. Archer previously served on the A&E board of directors, The Foundation board of New York Women in Communications, the board of Poets & Writer's, and NYU's Masters in Publishing Program advisory board. She is a former managing director of Golden Seeds, an early-stage investment firm supporting women entrepreneurs. Among several awards, Ms. Archer was named by City & State as one of “The Responsible 100” honorees. Ellen holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Hamilton College. She lives in New York City with her husband Jeff Gracer. In her spare time, Ellen reads voraciously, practices yoga, and travels the world (mostly by road bike), preferably on off-the-beaten paths. An avid hiker, she and her husband submitted Mount Kilimanjaro in December 2017. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askingforgood/support
A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post on how living a disciplined life brings an abundance of benefits. This week's question was inspired by just that blog post. You can subscribe to this podcast on: Podbean | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | TUNEIN Links: Email Me | Twitter | Facebook | Website | Linkedin Email Mastery Course The Time Blocking Course The Working With… Weekly Newsletter The Time And Life Mastery Course The FREE Beginners Guide To Building Your Own COD System Carl Pullein Learning Centre Carl's YouTube Channel Carl Pullein Coaching Programmes The Working With… Podcast Previous episodes page Episode 239 | Script Hello and welcome to episode 239 of the Working With Podcast. A podcast to answer all your questions about productivity, time management, self-development and goal planning. My name is Carl Pullein, and I am your host for this show. So, what is living a disciplined life? Well, it's not living a regimented life—that's a kind of life that is very restrictive and doesn't allow any flexibility. A disciplined life is a life lived with a few core tenets that provide the building blocks for a healthy, productive day. As Jim Rohn said, “Success is a few simple disciplines practised every day.” This is very much in contrast to living an undisciplined life where anything goes and can, over time, lead to the destruction of careers, marriages, health and dreams. The great thing about living a disciplined life is you feel great about yourself. It builds self-confidence and self-respect and is the foundation to living a successful life because those little things you do every day move you closer to living the life you dream of living. So, with that said, let me hand you over to the Mystery Podcast Voice for this week's question. This week's question comes from Cindy. Cindy asks, Hi Carl, a few weeks ago, I read your article on living a disciplined life, and it got me wondering about what would you consider being the right sort of things to bring to a disciplined life. A few pointers in the right direction would really help me. Hi Cindy, thank you for your question and for reading my article. The great thing about building a disciplined life is that we have a blank canvas on which to draw up what we want to focus on. In many ways, this will start from knowing what your long-term, life goals are and what your areas of focus. If you have taken the time to establish what you want from life and what is important to you in terms of your career, relationships, finances, health and lifestyle expectations, creating a disciplined life around these will give you a fantastic platform on which to build. For example, if your long-term goal is to build a beach house so you have a place to go for long holidays, then you will need to be disciplined about your finances. To build (or buy) a beach house, requires money. Leaving this to chance is not going to work. Sure, you may buy lottery tickets every week, but the chances of you winning a sufficient amount to purchase a beachside property are very slim. You will need to be deliberate with your savings. How much you spend today, will have an impact on your future goal. You will have to become a saver instead of a spender. Now imagine you have a long-term goal to travel the world when you retire. Aside from the money, you will need, you will also need your health. If you let your health go now, when you retire, you will find many of the places you want to visit will be inaccessible to you. For instance, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to see the sun rise over the African savanna or visiting the Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia, both of which require a reasonable level of health and fitness to access. I don't know any people whose long-term goal is to spend their final years in and out of hospital waiting for the next heart attack or stroke. Statistics from the American Heart Association state that almost half of American adults have some form of cardiovascular disease. This figure is probably similar for most other western countries. People need to take notice of these statistics. Cardiovascular disease is the biggest killer in the developed world today. But it's not that you are shortening your life expectancy that's the real problem here. The biggest problem is most people have dreams and goals that they are waiting for—living an active retirement, being able to walk their daughter down the aisle or being able to play games with their grandchildren. If you are not disciplined about what you eat and how you exercise, none of those dreams will happen. Living a disciplined life is about getting the basics right and being consistent with them. Having a healthy eating habit that ensures you get the right nutrition and doing some form of exercise every day. A thirty-minute walk each day would be enough. If you can do more, then the better. I think the biggest problem with the word exercise today is we associate it with running or going to the gym. That's just a modern concept. Not everyone likes going to the gym or going out for a run. Exercise simply means movement. Walking, taking the stairs, doing housework (a great form of exercise), doing a little gardening each week or taking your kids out on a bike ride every weekend. All these activities are exercise. So what are the basics? In theory, these will differ from individual to individual, but your health is certainly one area you should be disciplined about. Finances would be another. Working for thirty to forty years and having nothing saved for your retirement would be a disaster. I'm no financial expert, but you should be saving at least 10% of your salary each month for your long-term future. I like the way Jim Rohn puts this—see that 10% as a tax for your future. If the government decided to raise income tax by 10%, you'd grumble—perhaps get angry—but you would pay it. Stop finding excuses, and start putting a minimum of 10% of your income away each month. Another essential would be planning the day. Let me give you an example. Each day I have a few core activities that must be included in my day. These are writing my journal (for my mental health), exercise (for my physical health) Taking our little dog out for a walk with my wife (for quality time with my wife and little Louis) and creating something to help people improve their lives (linked to my purpose in life). This means when I sit down at the end of the day to plan the next day, these activities are built into my day. There can be exceptions—for instance if my wife is away or we are on holiday—but on the whole, these activities are scheduled on my calendar and are non-negotiable. This is an example of living a disciplined life. These core activities form the non-negotiable part of my day. When I woke up this morning, I wrote my journal. Writing this podcast, is how I can help people and once this script is finished, I will be heading out for a run at the local park. After dinner, my wife and I will take Louis out for his daily walk. In total, these activities will take up around three hours of my day. That leaves me plenty of time to deal with my email and other work related matters. I have enough time to eat and sleep and perhaps have a little time at the end of the day to relax and learn something. I don't feel stressed or overwhelmed. I feel comfortable, relaxed and I know at the end of the day I will feel great because the important thing in my life have been given time and attention. If you flip that and look at an undisciplined life. The day starts with no plan. There's no consistency and no reason to wake up except to get to work. This means wake up time is often decided on how much time it takes to boil the kettle and brush your teeth before heading out the door to go to work where you spend all day being told what to do, where to stand or sit. Lunch is whatever everyone else is having, be that pizza, fried chicken or a highly processed pre-packaged sandwich which leaves you feeling tired and mentally drained all afternoon. When you get home at the end of your work shift, you feel so fatigued and worn out, all you can do is crash on the sofa and binge-watch whatever you can find that may be interesting on TV or mindlessly scroll through your social media feeds being triggered by whatever opposing political view you happen to read—which then puts you in a foul mood for when you finally fall asleep. You repeat that every weekday. I know which kind of life I want to live. Living a disciplined life is about making decisions that are in your best long-term interests. Discipline is like a muscle, the more you exercise it the stronger it becomes. It's that discipline that makes each day feel constructive and meaningful. It prevents you from feeling you are wasting your life and it leads to better relationships because you are dependable, solid and inspiring to other people. One of the interesting things about following a disciplined life is that after a few months, living that life becomes easy. It becomes something you just do. I write my journal every morning. It feels effortless, to make a cup of coffee, sit down with my iPad and write for ten minutes. I write about how I feel, what's going well and what's not going well. I write about my dreams, how I would like to live my life and where I feel I can improve. It's just who I am. I write a journal. To begin living a more disciplined life needs to start small. It could be something as simple as doing the washing up before you go to bed, or it could be you make your bed before leaving to start work. Once that becomes something you “just” do, you can then expand that something else. For instance, going out for a thirty minute walk after dinner—a fantastic way to help control your blood sugars by the way—or perhaps sitting down after your walk and spending ten minutes planning what your objectives for the next day will be. I should say, planning my objectives for the next day is one of my favourite times of the day. It gives me a sense of control over my life. Instead of waiting for things to happen to me, I feel I am making things happen for me. It gives me a focus for the day and when I complete those objectives I get a wonderful sense of achievement. The key to living a more disciplined life is deciding what you want out of life and finding a few little things you can do each day that will move you a little closer towards achieving those things. I've seen so many people destroy their lives because they lived an undisciplined life. People who can no longer say yes to doing new exciting things because of health issues, or relationships breaking down because of a lack of attention and unreliability. Don't be one of those people. You can take control of your life and build amazing things with a little discipline. It's how we humans thrive, flourish and grow. It can be hard to become disciplined; I understand that. This is why you want to be thinking long-term. Start small. Develop your self-discipline strength and think of it as building a life you want to live small step by small step. I can promise you once you get started, and you begin to see results you will continue to grow. Thank you, Cindy for you question and thank you to you too for listening. It just remains for me now to wish you all a very very productive week.
Jimmy Rex is an entrepreneur, speaker, coach, and real estate agent and investor. He is also the founder of the We Are The They Movement, generating change in the world. He is the host of The Jimmy Rex Show Podcast and the author of the book You End Up Where You're Heading. He and Justin met last year during an Ayahausca ceremony, and this conversation brings them to Jimmy's overcome moments, religion and Jimmy's movement out of the Mormon faith, plant medicines, travel, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, and so much more. Mentioned in today's episode: Jimmy's Interview with David Vobora of The Adaptive Training Foundation on the Jimmy Rex Show Elliot Ruiz Get involved with We Are The They To help us continue to grow this podcast please leave a rating or review for the show. If you share out a picture or clip on social media with a thought on the show and I see it I'll probably share it out. I can't thank you enough for your support! The purpose of this show, and making its content of meaningful value to my life is a top priority of mine. Thank you for being here. To follow me on social: @TheBigPygmy Donate to Fight For The Forgotten: www.fightfortheforgotten.org Save 10% on the best supplements in the world and the sponsor of this show who makes this possible at
Philip Henderson has spent nearly 30 years in the outdoor industry. He has been on several major expeditions including Mount Everest, Mount Denali, Mount Kilimanjaro and Mt Kenya. Most recently, in May 2022, he led the first all Black team on an expedition of Mount Everest. Full show notes at northstarunplugged.com
In this episode Chris, April, and Jim welcome back friend of the show Katie Kincaid to hear about her experiences traveling the world in the midst of a pandemic after leaving her position at Lyft for a journey of self-discovery which took her from Thailand to Myanmar to Croatia and ultimately to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Katie is a government relations and public affairs professional with extensive experience across all levels of government. Having worked in government, as a consultant, and in the private sector, Katie offers a unique perspective on how to mold and execute public policy and accompanying advocacy efforts for a variety of needs and objectives. Through these experiences, Katie has developed a strong network and keen understanding of political process. April is the SVP of Public Policy at hims & hers, where her goal is to secure federal, state, and local healthcare policy that increases access and empowers patients. And Chris is an Operating Partner on the Craft Ventures platform team focused on helping founders with issues related to government relations, public affairs, social impact, and diversity & inclusion. Help us grow! Leave us a rating and review - it's the best way to bring new listeners to the show. Don't forget to subscribe! Have a suggestion, or want to chat with Jim? Email him at Jim@ThePoliticalLife.net Follow The Political Life on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter for weekly updates.
If you enjoy the active outdoors in Africa then this episode is for you. James recalls his experience trekking up Mt. Kilimanjaro. We invite Ake Lindstrom from Summits Africa to share his wealth of guiding & mountaineering knowledge to help inspire you and provide tips to get the most out of your Kili trek. Ake (pronounced Orca) has summited Kili over 80 times and so he's fairly qualified to give us his tips. However, we wanted to use the lure of summiting Africa's highest point (and the world's highest freestanding mountain) to share with you some other incredible hikes and treks in East Africa. Try Mt. Kenya or imagine a 7-day trek through the Great Rift Valley between ancient craters, active volcanoes and vast open areas dotted with remote Maasai communities. We believe hikes are the best way of ‘taking in' a country. You get to spend more time soaking up the scenery and learning about the ecosystem when you're not rushing from place to place. It's also an incredible way of meeting local people – the best way to appreciate any region. To learn more about this episode: Follow Ake on Instagram on: https://www.instagram.com/justcallmeorca/ Summit Africa treks and information: https://www.summits-africa.com We also talk about the incredible Lake Natron Camp and Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano features on the Great Rift Valley treks. https://www.lake-natron-camp.com
Simone Knego, best-selling author of The Extraordinary UnOrdinary You, is a speaker, entrepreneur, and mother to six multi-cultural children. Sharing her journey of adopting three of her six children in foreign countries, her climb of Mount Kilimanjaro to raise cancer awareness, and all of the funny, scary, and inspiring stories that came along the way, Simone instills in her audience the powerful lesson that what you do matters. And it's the little things we do each day that make the most difference. Visit Simone's website to learn more about her or to connect: https://simoneknego.com/
In this episode of the Stay Tranquilo Podcast powered by Johnny Cuba, we speak to Will Lengyel a real estate agent at Compass Realty. Will speaks on his battles with anxiety and some of the mechanisms he has practiced to overcome some of the issues he's face with anxiety. Will is an avid traveler and speaks on his journey in climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. He speaks on the adversity you can overcome when putting yourself in uncomfortable situations. Make sure to follow Will on Instagram: @will.lengyl Follow us @staytranquilo & @johnnycuba.us --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stay-tranquilo/support
Taking a trip every once in a while is good for the soul, but have you ever thought about what a life full of traveling experiences could do? Don George, legendary travel writer, editor, and author who has won numerous awards for his work, joins this episode to share what it's like living a life filled with travel and creating unforgettable memories. Don reveals when he caught the travel bug and got into travel writing, along with the travel piece that changed his career for the better. He also shares some of his traveling experiences and what he's learned from the culture, an astonishing Mount Kilimanjaro story, and how he considers traveling a religion. Additionally, Don reveals details from his book, “The Way of Wanderlust,” lists his favorite travel destinations, discusses how his dad retired early to travel, and provides advice for other travel writers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The legendary run continues this week. We were lucky enough to sit down with one of the most bad ass artists in the world right now, K.Flay. We talked about her new music, playing shows post quarantine, touring with Kenny in Awolnation, what her hometown means to her, and why the hell she's climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.Another all-time interview. For our day one fans: remember when we couldn't get anyone to do this show? And now every week, we're talking to the cream of the crop. Thank you so much for taking the ride with us. To the moon, baby!LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE!
In this episode I speak with the Internationally best selling author of the book “Bigger, Better, Braver” Nancy Pickard. Nancy tells us about her story of getting divorced after 26 years and having to reinvent herself. She talks about overcoming fear and how she climbed Mount Kilimanjaro at age 60. She tells about what the imposter syndrome is and how to overcome it. Nancy is a shadow coach where she helps people discover their shadow beliefs. She explains how our shadow is developed through our childhood and how we develop mechanisms we learn to keep us safe. These shadow beliefs however stay with us our whole life and influence our whole operating system through adulthood. She explains how we can recognize and overcome shadow beliefs that may be preventing growth in our lives. Nancy tells about how her spirituality changed after her transformation into a life coach. She talks about how she never believed in the idea of manifestation and explains why that is now one of her strongest beliefs. She explains the importance of becoming before receiving. https://nancypickardlifecoach.com/discovery-call-form/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lauren Reed is the Founder and President of Reed Public Relations. She earned her Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) designation in 2010 and has been a long-standing member of the Public Relations Society of America, serving as President of the Nashville chapter in 2017. Lauren is a member of the Women Presidents Organization (WPO) and serves on the board of the Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO). She has been named to the Nashville Business Journal's 40 Under 40 and its list of Most Admired CEOs in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021. She also received a Nashville Emerging Leader Award from the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce. Most recently, Lauren was named to the Nashville Post's In Charge list and has been featured in publications such as StyleBlueprint, Bizwomen, and The New York Times. She is a mother of three, one of whom is a three-month old baby. In this episode… Do you find it difficult to ask for help from others? Do you think asking for help makes you weak? Do you fear rejection? Unknown to many women, reaching out to others and asking for help is not a sign of weakness but a sign of strength. Many people are willing to help you not only in the business environment but also at a personal level. Everyone is worthy of receiving help. Lauren Reed, the Founder and President of Reed Public Relations, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show to discuss why women are worthy of getting help. Lauren also shares her journey to entrepreneurship and talks about the lessons she learned from climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and recovering from a ski accident. Stay tuned.
On today's episode of The Think Courageously Podcast, I am joined by Kara Richardson Whitely, a plus-size adventurer, influencer and advisor. Kara is also the author of “Gorge: My Journey Up Kilimanjaro at 300 Pounds”, which is being made into a movie with “This Is Us'' actress Chrissy Metz producing and starring as her.For years, Kara received stunning travel catalogs in the mail. But as a plus size woman, she continually pushed off joy because of her limiting beliefs around her weight. The story she told herself was that she would become a legitimate hiker girl when she lost the weight. Today, we take listeners on a journey of courage and small pivots. She candidly shares her life-long challenges with binge eating and the inner work she has done to love herself just as she is. This book is so much more than a travel memoir. Kara actually made three trips up Mount Kilimanjaro. Each trip led her closer down the path of self-acceptance and self-love. The book is the story of her personal transformation.By having the courage to face her challenges, Kara has found a bigger purpose in her life…to advocate for size-inclusion with major brands. Kara is a contributor to Backpacker and Outside Business Journal. She has helped brands such as L.L. Bean, KEEN and Discover Puerto Rico connect with plus-size audiences. She has presented for companies around the globe including Columbia Sportswear, Google, Pfizer, Smuckers Co. Uber, Dartmouth and Purdue. She has been featured in countless media outlets such as The New York Times, Good Morning America, The Today Show, She Explores and more.You can learn more about Kara at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kara-richardson-whitely-a891b58/https://email@example.com
NEXT LEVEL invites you to join us on the journey of the Mike (the practitioner) as Kristin (the QUEEN of coaching), & New York Times best seller author Michael Lennington (the philosopher) work together to triple Mike's real estate business. IN THIS EPISODE the ALPS crew talks with Karl Miller and Scott Wurtzbacher about the life and business they learned from their trip to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. Order your copy of Uncommon Accountability https://uncommonaccountability.com/ CONTACT US firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in a keynote, 12 Week Year training, coaching, or a combination. We can customize a plan for you! https://linqapp.com/AlignedLifePro --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alignedlifepro/message
Imagine you could voluntarily activate your autonomic nervous system and immune system response and consciously control your response to stress and pain. Now, imagine you would do all this through a combination of breathwork, meditation, and cold therapy. This is the basis of the Wim Hof Method, a method touted by thousands and backed by science as having incredible physical and mental health benefits. The Wim Hof Method was founded by Wim Hof, a Dutch extreme athlete, motivational speaker, and wellbeing influencer, known as "The Iceman” for a long-list of incredible feats involving his ability to withstand extreme cold, including 26 Guinness World Records. Wim asserts that anyone can master the Wim Hof method and unlock the incredible health benefits that come with it. In this episode, Hala and Wim chat about the science behind the Wim Hof Method and how to do it. They talk about Wim's background and his first experiences with the cold and breath work, and they chat about the purpose in life and how to tap into your intuition. Topics Include: - Perspective on the purpose of life - Role of the body vs the role of the soul - What's wrong with always feeling comfortable? - Wim's mission in life - What was Wim like as a teenager? - How do you know what your intuition is? - Is this the next human evolution? - How did Wim Hoff become the Iceman? - How did he figure out the breathing aspect? - The importance of deep breathing - What is the Wim Hoff breathing method? - What is adrenaline's role? - How is the Wim Hof Method scientifically proven? - Wim's perspective on religion - Wim's actionable advice - Wim's secret to profiting in life - And other topics… Wim Hof is a Dutch extreme athlete, motivational speaker, and wellbeing influencer. He is known as "The Iceman.” Wim earned this nickname after setting 26 Guinness world records, including swimming under ice, running a half marathon above the Arctic Circle barefoot, submerging himself in ice for 1 hour and 52 minutes, and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in just shorts and sandals. Wim Hof is the creator of the Wim Hof method, a combination of breathing, cold therapy, and commitment to give you the tools to take control over your body. Wim is on a mission to share the potential health benefits of his method, working with scientists around the world to prove that his techniques work. He is the author of several books including, The Wim Hof Method: Activate Your Full Potential. Sponsored By: Shopify - Go to shopify.com/profiting, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features Thrive Market - Join Thrive Market today and get $80 in free groceries! That's ThriveMarket.com/YAP to get $80 in free groceries! Wise - Join 13 million people and businesses who are already saving, and try Wise for free at Wise.com/yap GEM - Now get 30% off your first order when you go to dailygem.co/YAP. iTrust Capital - Sign up today and receive a $100 funding bonus when you open and fund an account. Visit iTrustCapital.com to start investing today. Resources Mentioned: Wim's Website: https://www.wimhofmethod.com/ Books by Wim Hof: https://www.amazon.com/Wim-Hof/e/B078GR8G49 Wim's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wim-hof-691a0026/ Wim's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iceman_hof/ Wim's Twitter:https://twitter.com/Iceman_Hof Wim's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/icemanwimhof/ Connect with Young and Profiting: Hala's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Hala's Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/yapwithhala/ Hala's Twitter: https://twitter.com/yapwithhala Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@halataha Website: https://www.youngandprofiting.com/ Text Hala: https://youngandprofiting.co/TextHala or text “YAP” to 28046 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hexaquest: The Strategic Trivia Game We are honored to have Martin Soederhamn on this episode of Quiz Quiz Bang Bang. Martin is the creator of Hexaquest: The Strategic Trivia Game. The game is easy to set up and has a lot of variety. The tiles show you either the point value (1-5) or the category. The lower point value are easier questions, once you answer a question correctly, you can take another turn but if you answer incorrectly you lose all your points of that round. The starter pack includes 6 categories Treehugger (Nature), Moviebuff (Film), Wiseman (Variety), Gourmet (Food/Drink), Backpacker (Geography) and Historian. If you buy it before 06/25 you will get $10 off the base game on Amazon. If you find this episode after that date, go to the Hexaquest website and put quizquizbangbang in as the coupon code to get $10 off the base game. Can you answer questions like: Who was the first man on the Moon? Who was the first female prime minister in the UK? What's the original meaning of the word "pharaoh"? Who was the first Canadian prime minister? Who's the face of McDonald's? Where's Granada? What's produced by force-feeding a duck or goose? Who hosted "America's Next Top Model"? Which company produced the 20 scoop Vermonster? Where was Pizza Hut founded? What delicacy is the city of Skuon famous for serving? Where's Mount Kilimanjaro? Who discovered the three laws of motion? What are baby porcupines called? Who was the lead singer of "The Boomtown Rats"? Where's the Trevi Fountain? What country has three capitals? What does "koh" means in Thai? Where are giraffes from? What's bred and kept in a ranarium? If you like this episode, you might enjoy our Rugby episode. Music Hot Swing, Fast Talkin, Bass Walker, Dances and Dames, Ambush by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Don't forget to follow us on social media: Patreon - patreon.com/quizbang - Please consider supporting us on Patreon. Check out our fun extras for patrons and help us keep this podcast going. We appreciate any level of support! Website - quizbangpod.com Check out our website, it will have all the links for social media that you need and while you're there, why not go to the contact us page and submit a question! Facebook - @quizbangpodcast - we post episode links and silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Instagram - Quiz Quiz Bang Bang (quizquizbangbang), we post silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Twitter - @quizbangpod We want to start a fun community for our fellow trivia lovers. If you hear/think of a fun or challenging trivia question, post it to our twitter feed and we will repost it so everyone can take a stab it. Come for the trivia - stay for the trivia. Ko-Fi - ko-fi.com/quizbangpod - Keep that sweet caffeine running through our body with a Ko-Fi, power us through a late night of fact checking and editing!
This episode, Judy chats with Spencer West about his role in improving representation, the intersections of being gay and disabled, as well as the access differences he has discovered going from growing up in the U.S. to now living in Canada. The transcript for this podcast episode is available here. Follow Spencer on TikTok and Instagram @spencer2thewest After losing both legs from the pelvis down at the age of five due to a genetic disease, Spencer West tackled challenge after challenge, learning to navigate a world set against those with disabilities. Spencer is a successful global keynote speaker, content creator, and activist. He is known for summiting Mount Kilimanjaro, opening for Demi Lovato's 2014 World Tour, starring in the documentary Redefine Possible: The Story of Spencer West, which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, and author of the best selling book Standing Tall: My Journey. He has over 3-million Tik Tok followers and has appeared countless times in the media including, ABC News, Buzz Feed, 60 Minutes, CTV, BBC News, TMZ, CNN, Forbes, and The Globe & Mail, CBS This Morning, Bloomberg, and was a featured guest on Season 2 of Karamo The Podcast, hosted by Karamo Brown. Related Links: Spencer's Website Every Body Curious Spencer x Crest Pride Campaign Spencer's Memoir This episode's Ask Judy question came from Keira Thompson. Check out her book, Mila and the Too Hard Hoop. If you'd like to submit a question for Ask Judy, send it to email@example.com or DM Judy on Instagram or Twitter. Find a shortened video version of this interview on Judy's YouTube channel. Intro music by Lachi. Outro music by Gaelynn Lea.
This episode, Judy chats with Spencer West about his role in improving representation, the intersections of being gay and disabled, as well as the access differences he has discovered going from growing up in the U.S. to now living in Canada. This episode is sponsored by Fable Pathways. The transcript for this podcast episode is available here. Follow Spencer on TikTok and Instagram @spencer2thewest After losing both legs from the pelvis down at the age of five due to a genetic disease, Spencer West tackled challenge after challenge, learning to navigate a world set against those with disabilities. Spencer is a successful global keynote speaker, content creator, and activist. He is known for summiting Mount Kilimanjaro, opening for Demi Lovato's 2014 World Tour, starring in the documentary Redefine Possible: The Story of Spencer West, which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, and author of the best selling book Standing Tall: My Journey. He has over 3-million Tik Tok followers and has appeared countless times in the media including, ABC News, Buzz Feed, 60 Minutes, CTV, BBC News, TMZ, CNN, Forbes, and The Globe & Mail, CBS This Morning, Bloomberg, and was a featured guest on Season 2 of Karamo The Podcast, hosted by Karamo Brown. Related Links: Spencer's Website Every Body Curious Spencer x Crest Pride Campaign Spencer's Memoir This episode's Ask Judy question came from Keira Thompson. Check out her book, Mila and the Too Hard Hoop. If you'd like to submit a question for Ask Judy, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or DM Judy on Instagram or Twitter. Find a shortened video version of this interview on Judy's YouTube channel. Intro music by Lachi. Outro music by Gaelynn Lea.
Gentlemen, I'm thrilled to share this epic conversation with Greg Denning, whose life truly deserves its own movie. Imagine traveling around the world with not one, not two, but seven kids. After my summer road trip last year, I tip my hat to this guy! They've done everything from taking martial arts classes in Morocco, to road-tripping for 7 months through South America, and now they're getting ready to gear up with their teens to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. Greg and his wife also plan a yearly trip without the kids to nurture their marriage, and they're about to head out to the south of Portugal to enjoy the beaches and adventure out on the cliffs. For those that don't know, Greg Denning is a high-performance coach and mentor that gives others the tools and inspiration to transform their lives. He hosts the Extraordinary Family Life podcast with his wife Rachel and hosts a second podcast called Be The Man. In our conversation, Greg shares the secrets of traveling long-term with his family, how he finds the energy to do it all, and how to overcome some of the most common limiting beliefs. He also talks about his Triple Trifecta of fitness, family, and finances which ties into what we're all about here at Front Row Dads. There's a lot to get through, so grab a pen and come along for the ride because this episode is AWESOME! Greg Denning Podcast Highlights How to travel long-term with kids and Greg's advice on working remotely, homeschooling, planning trips and finances. The importance of finding time for your significant other while parenting by planning weekly and monthly dates. Time optimization: how to do more and better with the time you have. Learning to live in and enjoy the moment as a parent, even when it's hard. How to overcome your own limiting beliefs. What Greg calls The Triple Trifecta: Fitness (mind/body/spirit), Family (marriage/parenting/family legacy), and Finances (income/expenditures/investments) Get the Full Show Notes Want access to the full show notes, including links to all resources mentioned during today's conversation? Visit FrontRowDads.com/339 Want to learn more about Front Row Dads? We are in the business of building better families. While most dads would say that family matters most, the challenge is they feel guilty knowing their careers get the best of them, and their family seems to get the rest of them. We help Dads become family men with businesses, not businessmen who have families, so they can thrive personally AND professionally. Subscribe to the Front Row Dad podcast to learn about fatherhood, marriage and how to level up your game at home, or if you're ready for the best coaching and true brothers to grow with, Join The Brotherhood! Are you getting all the shows? Subscribe today! Want to leave a review? THANK YOU! http://FrontRowDads.com/review