On today's episode, Voice in Sport Founder and CEO, Stef Strack speaks with professional soccer player, Lydia Williams. Lydia is a goalkeeper for both Arsenal, in the FA Women's Super League, and the Australia Women's National Soccer Team. In this episode, she discusses how her upbringing in Australia played a role in her adolescent years and professional life. She shares her personal experiences and gives us advice on family dynamics, cultural disparities, empowerment, and overcoming obstacles. Lastly, she covers how her children's books, “Goal” and “Saved”, encapsulate her identity growth and life experiences.
September 16, 2021: Hudson's mayor calls for the school board to resign over 'child porn,' how President Biden't tax reform plan calls for more IRS access to accounts, the White House invites Nicki Minaj to talk about her COVID-19 vaccine concerns, how to see the US Women's National Soccer Team in Cleveland tonight, and more on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney. Need a break from bad news? Watch It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney, every Wednesday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6DwFlFviZU Like this show? Check out the 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney podcast: http://wkyc.com/3thingstoknow 3News Now with Stephanie Haney is also available as a podcast https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/now-you-can-get-your-3news-now-digital-updates-as-a-podcast/95-e4d5a072-b625-4180-9f8e-733ab730ee90 Connect with Stephanie here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: 'Essentially child pornography': Hudson mayor calls for school board resignations due to writing prompt book https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/education/hudson-mayor-parents-outraged-after-writing-prompt-book-discovered-to-contain-inappropriate-content/95-d3a71f5c-9d72-4eb6-a410-c9d84b4d065b Justin Bibb is top vote-getter in Cleveland mayoral primary, will face Kevin Kelley in November election https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/politics/elections/cleveland-mayoral-election/live-blog-track-results-of-cleveland-mayoral-primary-election/95-4aefd33b-5fdd-4569-8701-b73293dac4e0 Yes, under Biden's proposal the IRS could have more access to your bank accounts https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/verify/yes-the-irs-could-have-more-access-to-your-bank-accounts-under-bidens-proposal/91-91b89f8c-b30b-427d-bf13-a08d05b8414f White House offers Nicki Minaj call to answer vaccine Qs https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/nicki-minaj-to-visit-white-house/507-ba91545c-5851-4f65-b343-793c5301dcce COVID-19 in Ohio: State reports 8,349 new cases in the last 24 hours https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/coronavirus-numbers/coronavirus-ohio-updates/95-e2faeb56-d02a-443a-bcdb-141f2c7fafe8 US Women's National Soccer Team players, coach say it's time to 'close the Olympics chapter' ahead of match against Paraguay in Cleveland on Thursday https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/soccer/how-to-see-us-womens-national-soccer-team-firstenergy-stadium-paraguay-international-friendly-alex-morgan-catarina-macario-vlatko-andonovski/95-fedf861a-5080-4881-ae6e-de79b98f06eb Report: Cleveland Browns have yet to offer contract extension to Baker Mayfield; want to see sustained production https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/browns-yet-to-offer-baker-mayfield-extension/95-21d0d164-fc57-4d78-ad72-5a026f7afa28 City of Cleveland issues reminder of rules for Muni Lot ahead of Browns' home opener https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cleveland/city-of-cleveland-issues-reminder-of-rules-for-muni-lot-2021/95-5e51ab12-aba2-4633-abcb-32766bc73b3a Rolling Stone updates list of 500 greatest songs of all time: See the top 25 https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/music/rolling-stone-500-greatest-songs-of-all-time-top-25/95-8e35c49e-6f68-4004-89a7-5a6215f9b789 The 'Jeopardy!' host hunt is over... For now https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/mayim-bialik-ken-jennings-announced-as-new-temporary-jeopardy-hosts/507-17e96f43-b2a2-4709-bcd1-114cd8d5b513
With hurricane Ida's path of destruction growing at least 8 confirmed tornadoes have hit the Northeast. New York City is flooded with never before seen rain fall and a New Jersey transit commuter train is stuck in floodwaters. At least 46 storm-related deaths have been reported in the Northeast with the New Jersey Governor requesting a major disaster declaration from President Biden. At least 13 storm-related deaths have been reported along the Gulf Coast with 883,000 customers without power in Louisiana. There have been hundreds of water rescues near Philadelphia, with the Schuylkill River rising 2-feet above the major flood stage. The Supreme Court's conservative majority opens a path for the end of Roe v. Wade by allowing a new Texas abortion law to stand. The law effectively bans the vast majority of abortions and allows private citizens to sue anyone who assists someone seeking an abortion. House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy is among many lawmakers whose phone records are of interest to the January 6 White House Select Committee. 600 people have now been charged in connection to the Capitol Riot. The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team, who have achieved four Olympic Golds and won four World Cup Championships, is appealing an equal pay lawsuit, which it filed against the United States Soccer Federation in 2019. The players allege they are not receiving pay equal to the men's team's income. A Federal Court threw out the claim, finding that the women's team negotiated a different pay structure. The legal battle now enters its next chapter. On tonight's panel: CNN's Miguel Marquez, Paula Newton, Pete Muntean and Christine Brennan. Plus: Donovan Richards, Mayor Hector Lora, Cynthia Lee Sheng, and Rep. Jamie Maskin. Hosted by Laura Coates, in for Don Lemon. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
A great of football says goodbye; as Carli Lloyd hangs up her cleats. Carli Anne Hollins is an American professional soccer player who plays as a midfielder or forward for NJ/NY Gotham FC in the National Women's Soccer League and the United States national team. United States women's national soccer team The United States women's national soccer team represents the United States in international women's soccer. The team is the most successful in international women's soccer, winning four Women's World Cup titles, four Olympic gold medals, and eight CONCACAF Gold Cups.
A member of the 2005 Centennial Conference champion Muhlenberg men's soccer team and a first-team All-Centennial back, A.J. Barnold '09 currently is performance analyst for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team. He talks about his trip to Tokyo for the Olympics, giving an inside look at the top sports event in the world.
As a marketer and writer with experience at organizations such as the American Red Cross, National Institutes of Health, and Lockheed Martin, Deborah Ager guides entrepreneurial leaders and small business owners to write anti-boring words that sell. She combines her experience with teaching creative writing at university, her professional coaching education, and her practical marketing knowledge to help her clients feel more joyful with the writing process. Her clients appreciate her literary eye and say her copywriting and marketing experience helps them avoid common pitfalls, making it faster and easier for them to get clients and inspire and educate their audiences. Her writing has appeared in The Week, The Tablet, Narratively—and in books published by Bloomsbury, McGraw Hill, Oxford University Press, and Pearson. The literary magazine she founded, 32 Poems Magazine, is carried in libraries at Harvard, Yale, Brown, and others. In her spare time, you may find her cheering for the US Women's National Soccer Team, hiking the trails near Washington, DC, or dreaming of kayaks. Connect with Deborah~ https://www.radiantmedialabs.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/deborahager/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/storytellingmessaging Free Gift~ Free Guide: Create Your Own Swoon-Worthy About Page: -Get a free guide that walks you through creating an about page that starts to help you stand out, become known, and grow your credibility. -Feel joyful in the process and feel confident with what you create. I show you what to do and give loads of examples and choices, so you create a page in your voice—and not in the voice of a template loads of other people use. https://www.radiantmedialabs.com/aboutpageguide ---------------- Darlene Hawley is a speaker, personal branding and online business coach who shows ambitious, heart-centered service-based entrepreneurs how to create a profitable online business while making space for themselves and their families. Her genius is showing entrepreneurs 2+ years into their business how to deepen their business foundation and go after visibility so they can share their message with the world, attract dream clients, and have the impact, freedom, and flexibility they desire. As the host of the Attract & Stand Out Podcast, Darlene has been featured on podcasts, in articles, and on stages such as the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, Authority Magazine, Elephant Journal, B of A, Salvation Army, Pechanga Casino, UNLV, MACC Project, and San Diego Gas & Electric. Prior to starting her own business, she worked her way up in big box retail operations management, as a mortgage loan officer, and as a financial coach. Darlene has been committed to helping entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses since 2007. Darlene is the SCORE Inland Empire Workshop Chapter Chair and the former president of the International Coach Federation of Nevada. She is a mom of four, and a wife, connector, storyteller, and dream builder based in Temecula, California. You can connect with Darlene and learn more about her speaking and coaching at darlenehawley.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/darlene-hawley/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/darlene-hawley/support
In this episode of DXP (after a brief update about the Well & Table's progress) we explore the age-old question of whether we'd find Rachel McAdams attractive if we met her in her sixties (short answer, it's complicated but probably). We share the recipe for the craft cocktail that became the Drunk Ex-Pastor, and then discuss the controversy surrounding the Women's National Soccer Team's recent Olympic loss. Biebers involve left-hand turn lanes and cell phone battery levels.
In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Stephen Gowans, author of “Traitors, Patriots, and Empires: The Story of Korea's Fight for Freedom,” to discuss vaccine imperialism and the WHO's ask that rich countries halt booster dose programs, how capitalism slows the production of vaccines and allows more variants of COVID-19 to develop, and the United States's use of the pandemic as an opportunity to plunder poor countries and further its violence around the world.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Kamau Franklin, Founder and Board President of Community Movement Builders in Atlanta and Co-host of the Renegade Culture podcast to discuss the targeting of Community Movement Builders by real estate developers and the city of Atlanta, Atlanta's prioritization of policing to serve real estate interests and promote gentrification, and the surveillance and intimidation of community organizing by police.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Mike Sampson, co-host of the RedSpin Sports podcast and Miguel Garcia, host and creator of the Sports As A Weapon Podcast, to discuss Donald Trump's attack on “wokeness” on the US Women's National Soccer Team after they earned a bronze medal at the Olympics and the recent release of a photo by the accuser of Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer, who is under investigation for allegations of domestic violence.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Dr. Layla D. Brown-Vincent, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology and Africana Studies at Northeastern University to discuss the anti-people logic of the neoliberal U.S. state that manifests in sanctions designed to punish the people in the targets of imperialism and in its insufficient and callous response to the pandemic, and the stark contrast in the responses to the pandemic between capitalist and socialist governments in light of the eviction moratorium.
Doug reacts to LeBron James overreacting as he fires back at critics of the Lakers' old roster. The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team deserves major credit despite not getting the gold in Tokyo. Former Pro Bowl WR and Up On Game Host T.J. Houshmandzadeh joins Doug to react to Joe Burrow's struggles in training camp and give his thoughts on Aaron Rodgers' contentious relationship with Brian Gutekunst. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Doug tells you what the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team did right despite not getting gold in Tokyo. A trade market for Deshaun Watson exists, but trading him is just not possible right now. Former Pro Bowl WR and Up On Game Host T.J. Houshmandzadeh joins Doug to react to Joe Burrow's struggles in camp and Aaron Rodgers' contentious relationship with Brian Gutekunst. Plus, is it too early to annoint Patrick Mahomes a Hall of Famer? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
We discuss who had the better apology to the LGBTQ+ community, Matt Damon or DaBaby, when is the right time to ask someone for their phone number, and Jason's hot take on the US Women's National Soccer Team. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Erick Zamora kicks off hour four with the biggest NHL stories including Seattle looking silly out of the gates, Evander Kane being accused of betting against his NHL team the San Jose Sharks and Jack Eichel's agents frustrated he hasn't been traded. Then he gets into MLB after the trade deadline and how things are shaping up in the playoff races. He also touches on the NBA Draft, Simone Biles and Americans taking glee in the US Women's National Soccer Team losing and wraps up the show talking fantasy football.
On this episode of the Wrighster or Wrong Podcast, George Wrighster and Ralph Amsden talk about the criticism of the US Women's National Soccer Team after their 1-0 Olympic semifinal loss to Canada. Were people happy to see them lose because of some of the social and political stances taken by some of the team members? Next, in Cancel or Consequence, George and Ralph try to determine the culpability of Nick Bosa in his own locker room for his girlfriend's unearthed homophobic and racist tweets, plus a bonus Cancel or Consequence on the overall wisdom of Barack Obama's 475-person 60th birthday party. Also, is Russell Westbrook a good fit with LeBron? George certainly thinks so. Last, the best of social media is full of several arguments over everything to proper wiping etiquette, to what pairs best with a grilled cheese sandwich. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
2:20 This may be the best story from the Olympics.9:38 Are the U.S. Men's National Team on the come up in soccer and the women on the decline?21:46 Who did well in the NBA Draft and why the G-League could be hurting the league and college game.30:13 How a high-schooler's move to Ohio State may open the flood gates for NIL.38:02 Why the Colts need to sit Wentz until November.40:21 The Dodgers put all of the pressure on themselves to repeat with the trade for Max Scherzer and Trea Turner.
Deborah Ager BIO As a writing coach and founder of the Stories That Sell Mastermind, Deborah Ager guides entrepreneurial leaders to have more impact and influence by writing their own anti-boring content that converts. She combines her experience with teaching creative writing at university, her professional coaching education, and her practical marketing knowledge to help her clients feel more joyful with the writing process. Her clients appreciate her literary eye and say her copywriting and marketing experience helps them avoid common pitfalls, making it faster and easier for them to get clients and inspire and educate their audiences. Her writing has appeared in The Week, The Tablet, Narratively—and in books published by Bloomsbury, McGraw Hill, Oxford University Press, and Pearson. The literary magazine she founded, 32 Poems Magazine, is carried in libraries at Harvard, Yale, Brown, and others. In her spare time, you may find her cheering for the US Women's National Soccer Team, hiking the trails near Washington, DC, or dreaming of kayaks. Download her free Anti-Boring Guide to Creating a Swoon-Worthy About Page here: https://www.radiantmedialabs.com/aboutpageguide Get the details on her next free 5-Day Content Writing Sprint: https://www.radiantmedialabs.com/freewritingsprint If you enjoy the podcast, please subscribe and leave a short review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen? It takes less than 60 seconds and it really helps. If you enjoyed this episode buy me a cup of coffee, make it a large: I'm trying to keep this episode free of advertisements and could use your help with the cost of bringing your this fun and entertaining podcast. Anything you can donate to the cause is greatly appreciated. To donate go to: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/sifuRafael Subscribe: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/coaching-call/id1546026323 Please leave a star rating and a review here Follow Coaching Call: Facebook: facebook.com/coachingcall Instagram: instagram.com/coachingcall Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/maxfitness Sifu Rafael is available for one on one coaching, seminars, and public speaking. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/coachingcall/message
Alexi Lalas burst onto the American soccer scene with flowing red hair and a beard as part of the US Men's National (Soccer) Team for the 1994 World Cup, hosted on American soil. As we approach the 2022 World Cup, and especially the U.S.'s next opportunity to host (2026), Lalas is a voice of experience and expertise as the lead analyst for Fox Sports' coverage of men's soccer. He had an outstanding career as a player and a general manager, and now he's shining as a commentator.
The rise of Matt Turner Matthew Charles Turner is an American professional soccer player who plays as a goalkeeper for Major League Soccer club New England Revolution and the United States national team. The United States men's national soccer team represents the United States in men's international soccer competitions. The team is controlled by the United States Soccer Federation and is a member of FIFA and CONCACAF.
Guest host Ben Lyons and the guys tip off the hour breaking down Jerry Jones' comments saying he'd do “ANYTHING” for another Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl title. Academy Award-winning documentarian Andrea Nix Fine and Ben discuss her new HBO film ‘LFG' about the US Women's National Soccer Team's quest for equal pay from the US Soccer Federation. While watching the Bucks' celebration parade, the guys debate which team from the past they would most like to party with (and which of those teams would have DESTROYED them). Ben and the guys wrap up the hour discussing where they hope to see the NBA's top free agents land next season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Texas and Oklahoma are looking to move to the SEC to possibly create a 16 team Super Conference. The College Football Playoffs may increase to 12 teams. The Women's National Soccer Team is upset by Sweden 3-0 and I preview the NFC South for the upcoming 2021 NFL Season.
Between sleep planning and coaching the US Women's National Soccer Team in their travel to the Olympics in Tokyo this week and so much more, I was able to chat with Dr. Meeta Singh for this fascinating episode. For convenience, it will be presented in two parts. With a balance of great stories and evidence-based practices, this podcast will teach and inspire you to make sleep your superpower. Dr. Meeta Singh, a psychiatrist who coined the phrase “coaching the sleep muscle,” shares her philosophy and growing niche in sleep medicine for elite athletes, teams and C-suite executives. You will learn about the mystery of sleep, what it does for us, why we need to have adequate, deep, and restorative sleep, and what peak performers are doing to enhance it. This is part one of the two-part series. You don't want to miss this! Biography: Dr Meeta Singh is a sleep doctor whose work and research focuses on “coaching the sleep muscle” to help maximize performance in both individual athletes and sports teams. She also works with C-suite executives to help with jet-lag management and enhancing sleep. She is the Service Chief of sleep medicine, and medical director at the Henry Ford sleep laboratory in Michigan. She did her training in psychiatry at the Mayo clinic and a sleep fellowship at the Henry Ford hospital. She is board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (under the American Board of Medical Specialties) as a psychiatrist and sleep medicine sub-specialist. She is a member in good standing of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine the Sleep Research Society. She has served as a consultant for multiple NFL, MLB, NHL and NBA teams. She has also worked with college sports teams. As part of this service, Dr. Singh performs athletic sleep assessments with personalized prescriptions for better sleep. She also helps sports teams and athletes with their travel management with a focus on addressing sleep deprivation and jet lag and maximizing athletic performance. Her passion is lecturing and educating teams and athletes about the benefits of sleep on performance. She is also a speaker at national conferences aimed at educating sports leaders and business organizations about this subject. Linkdin: Meeta Singh MD Twitter: @meetasinghmd Instagram: @athletesleepmd www.meetasinghmd.com
This week, we are previewing the sports and events we are looking forward to during the Tokyo Olympics this summer! We talk about the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team's quest for history and another gold medal, the Women's Artistic Gymnastics team including Simone Biles and some drama with McKayla Skinner, Track & Field including Allyson Felix's partnership with Athleta and how she's supporting other athletes who are mothers, Sha'Carri Richardson's disqualification, and more! Mentioned: THE McKayla Maroney Vault (London 2012 Olympics) Check out Veronica's Podcast "Tea with V"! Website: thetwinningoutpod.com Twitter: @twinningoutpod Pinterest: @twinningoutpod Email: email@example.com Natural Annie Essentials Candle Shop Link! http://naturalannie-essentials.myshopify.com?aff=241 BLM Resources/Ways to Help: https://linktr.ee/showupnow https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ Music: Gyvus - “Venus” find at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icS__xweWnU Cover Art: Paige Maultsby --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team's 1-0 Concacaf Gold Cup win vs. Haiti and goes into detail on which players impressed and which players struggled. Episode 310 digs into the USMNT win, as we hear from Gregg Berhalter on what he wasn't happy with, and his thoughts on Gianluca Busio's national team debut, Shaq Moore's impressive national team return, and how the team looked in the 5-3-2 formation. There is plenty of Gold Cup to discuss, including Mexico's rocky start, El Salvador's winning start, and Canada's impressive opening win. Episode 310 wraps up with some thoughts on the Copa America, Lionel Messi lifting his first senior international trophy, and Euro 2020, which saw Italy defeat England.
Sportsnet's Josh Goldberg joins to discuss the Blue Jays season so far and a potential deal for Nelson Cruz, and head coach of Grenada's Men's National Soccer Team and former CMNT head coach Michael Findlay joins to preview Sunday's EURO final between England and Italy. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts […]
This week on the Mini-Pod Rose Lavelle. Rose is a member of the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team. And was named the 6th Top player in the world at the 2019 FIFA Football Awards. So she's pretty good. Thanks to Icyhot for helping us have Rose on the podcasts. And as always ...Thank you for your support. Rose Lavelle Instagram – @lavellerose Facebook - @roselavelle Twitter - @roselavelle Thanks Icyhot Instagram – @Icyhot Facebook – @Icyhot Twitter - @Icyhot Website - Icyhot.com Tim Loves the Olympics Instagram - @tltopodcast Twitter - @tltopodcast Facebook -@tltopodcast
In this episode, the guys spend a good amount of time discussing the recent loss by France to Switzerland, as well as the Spanish victory over Croatia, along with many other games as Kyle makes predictions on the future of the tournament. There's maybe 2 minutes of NBA talk before Nic describes his initial thoughts on the new documentary "LFG" describing women's struggle for equal pay on the National Soccer Team, before they both discuss the challenges ahead of a just fight therein.
Episode 305 discusses the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team's preliminary Gold Cup roster, and options Gregg Berhalter has in selecting his final 23-player roster. Host Ives Galarcep also discusses the Concacaf Nations League, Clint Dempsey's successful TV debut, and his status as the most beloved player in USMNT history. The U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame Class of 2021 is also discussed, as well as the one big name that didn't make the cut.
Is this the best Canadian Men's National Soccer Team we've ever had try and qualify for the FIFA World Cup? Tim and Donnovan (20:21) address the horrific tragedy that took place in London, Ontario. Ramona Shelburne (33:24) weighs in on the Clippers/Jazz series. Ken Reid (50:07) and Kelly Hrudey (54:18) drop by to share their […]
AJ and Graham start the hour by talking some 67s with GM James Boyd, then they take a look at Vegas/Colorado. The fellas also set up a huge game for Canada's Men's National Soccer Team, who face Suriname in a must-win tomorrow night
Alexi and Mosse open the show with a discussion with author Steven Mandis, who just released the book “What Happened to the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team? (4:18). The guys then recap MLS headlines that include the Atlanta United’s win in front of 40k fans, FC Cincinnati loses in its stadium debut thanks to Gonzalo Higuaín, Chicharito keeps scoring, and LAFC struggles (20:08). They react to Barcelona losing out on La Liga title, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid final matches, Serie A recap, Juventus’ Champions League hope, Chelsea’s struggles, Leicester City’s becoming an elite team, and Alisson’s heroic goal for Liverpool (47:20). The guys then look at Germany’s top four-fight, Dortmund’s season, American in UCL, and the League One title race. In #AskAlexi, fans ask about a New England Revolution rebrand and thoughts on Tim Tebow. Plus, our first audio question on Alexi’s perceived negativity on Twitter (1:11:05). Finally, Alexi caps the show with his “One for the Road,” where he discusses embracing the “Americanness” in our game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sleep is a critical part of the recovery process and one of the lifestyle choices we encourage clients to focus on here at TB12. That's why we sat down with Dr. Christopher Winter, Author of The Sleep Solution: Why Your Sleep Is Broken and How To Fix It. Dr. Winter has practiced sleep medicine and neurology in Charlottesville, Virginia since 2004, but has been involved with sleep medicine and sleep research since 1993. His current research focuses on sleep and athletic performance, and he has been tapped to work with teams across the MLB, NBA, WNBA, and the Women's National Soccer Team. Whether you're an athlete or just trying to perform your best, sleep quality can have a significant impact on your athletic performance, attention, and overall reaction time. This conversation with Dr. Chris Winter is loaded with valuable insights into the science behind sleep and how we can all sleep better. Let's go!
Gregg Berhalter is the Head Coach for the United States Men’s National Soccer Team. Before that, Gregg was the Head Coach for the Columbus Crew in the MLS. He also worked in Europe, where he was the first American to be a Head Coach of a European soccer team. Gregg also played for the US National Team from 1994-2006, also playing with the under-20 National Team in 1993. He played professionally in the MLS and all over the world, spending a lot of his time overseas. In this episode, we discuss why Gregg likes cooking (5:50), if he finds it to be an escape from constantly coaching (6:55), if his cooking style is analogous to his coaching style (8:28), what it was like to grow up with Carl Yastrzemski in the family (9:23), why he didn’t pursue baseball (10:11), if he thinks growing up around Yaz gave him an advantage over his peers in thinking about what’s possible (10:40), the values passed down to him through his family (11:21), how he would set his mind for gameday as a player (13:07), if he ever was an overthinker as a player (14:42), how he helps bring his players more clarity as a coach when they are stuck or cluttered (16:02), if there was a coach that really impacted him and influenced how he coaches and how he played (17:25), why he took notes as a player and how that has helped him as he’s progressed (18:46), what he loves most about soccer (19:41), how being a coach is different than being a player, as well as what it was like to have to “pause” during the pandemic (21:48), how he organizes what he wants to accomplish (23:49), how he develops people and makes sure they’re heading in the right direction without using “young” as a crutch or an excuse to not compete right now (25:47), what sort of environment and culture Gregg is creating (27:06), his scoring system in training and how he’s trying to create a competitive culture (28:43), how he stays process-oriented in a results-oriented business (32:04), going towards challenge and skepticism (34:02), what it was like to be the first American head coach in Europe (34:58), how he maintains relationships with players no longer on his team (37:08), what his offer to players to come play for the US is (38:17), some things he focuses on from a player development perspective (39:25), how club teams are developing their players (41:26), what’s changed in the develop of soccer players in the last 20 years that’s led to the birth of so much young talent on the US team (43:43), how he thinks about home-field advantage versus playing on the road in a hostile environment (46:30), how he addresses playing at home versus on the road with his players (48:31), how he balances the data and the measurement tools with his instincts and gut feelings (51:46), talent selection (53:55), clarity in goals (56:19), what he intentionally does to make sure he’s healthy and well in the midst of his stressful job (58:44), if there’s a book that’s changed how he sees the world (1:00:00), Ted Lasso (1:00:47), and leading with authenticity (1:02:24). Thanks so much to Gregg for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening. -Brian
Clay Travis says the Ivy League cancelling another sports season is shameful. Clay talks Dak Prescott and his future with the Dallas Cowboys. Outkick.com's Bobby Burack joins the show to discuss the Women's soccer team (USWNT) deciding to stand for Anthem again, debate over most influential radio host ever, audio content after COVID, and more. Plus, Clay continues his conversation about the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team deciding to no longer kneel during the national anthem. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Clay Travis continues his conversation about the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team deciding to no longer kneel during the national anthem. Outkick.com's Paul Kuharsky joins the show to talk all things NFL, traveling during COVID, Titans' rookie disaster, Cam Newton, respecting your elders, Deshaun Watson, the draft, and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Last week I was invited to speak for the United States Men’s National Soccer team and answer the question: How do you achieve something as a team far greater than what could be accomplished as a disjoined collection of individuals? Tune in to hear my response and my take on their three core values: Relentless, Brave and Unity. *** Did you enjoy this episode? Subscribe, rate & review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.
As a writing coach and founder of the Stories That Sell Mastermind, Deborah Ager guides entrepreneurial leaders to have more impact and influence by writing their own personable and high-quality content. She combines her experience with teaching creative writing at university, her professional coaching education, and her practical marketing knowledge to help her clients feel more joyful with the writing process. Her clients appreciate her literary eye and say her copywriting and marketing experience helps them avoid common pitfalls, making it faster and easier for them to get clients and inspire and educate their audiences. Her writing has appeared in The Week, The Tablet, Narratively—and in books published by McGraw Hill and Pearson. Oxford University Press included two of her poems in the GCSE test booklets used by high schoolers across the UK. The literary magazine she founded, 32 Poems Magazine, is carried in libraries at Harvard, Yale, Brown, and others. In her spare time, you may find her cheering for the US Women’s National Soccer Team, hiking the trails near Washington, DC, or dreaming of kayaks. Find out more or join her next free anti-boring content roundtable at: http://radiantmedialabs.com/roundtable
Dr. Colleen Hacker is a Professor of Kinesiology at Pacific Lutheran University as well as Mental Skills Coach to numerous professional and Olympic teams and athletes. She worked with the US Women's National Soccer Team in the late 1990's and early 2000's when they won multiple Olympic and World Cup gold medals. Since 2011, she's served at the Mental Skills coach for the US Women's National Hockey team, helping them achieve Silver in the Sochi Olympics and Gold in PyeongChang. Dr. Hacker is the author of Catch Them Being Good: Everything You Need to Know to Successfully Coach Girls. She has been awarded numerous accolades and awards, including:Named one of “31 women who will change the way sports are played” by ESPNWPresidential Citation from the American Psychology AssociationPathfinder Award from the National Association for Girls & Women in SportProfessor of the Year, Presidents Medal, Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award at Pacific LutheranMentioned in this Episode:Listening with the Whole Body - https://books.google.com/books/about/Listening_with_the_Whole_Body.html?id=zuu-AAAACAAJEpictetus ‘you can't learn anything you think you already know' - https://lifehacker.com/you-cannot-learn-what-you-think-you-already-know-1796095391Yogi-isms (Yogi Berra) “You can observe a lot by watching” https://yogiberramuseum.org/about-yogi/yogisms/Don't sweat the small stuff - Richard Carlson https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Sweat-Small-Stuff-Its/dp/0786881852Episode Timestamps:(2:39) - Dr. Hacker's origin story and how she got into her role as a Mental Skills Coach(6:45) - Do you find that you still have the same curiousness and tenaciousness in cross-disciplinary areas or is it focused on the one or two passions in your life? (9:23) - The unique approach of people who create amazing things that they are passionate about(12:25) - Having a Beginner's Mindset & Seeking Experts(16:26) - Where do you start, what are you looking for, how are you evaluating individuals as a Mental Skills Coach? (22:30) - Are there any patterns that you see as ‘easy fixes' that people commonly fall into?(26:12) - Can an individual build up their intrinsic motivation and mental toughness? (32:21) - Is there a way to reclaim intrinsic motivation if it's been stolen? (35:38) - The importance of Joy(42:51) - What are the things you see leaders doing that accidentally steal joy?(50:13) - Separating the good from the great: Attention to Detail
We have great news. There is hope for the US Men's National Soccer Team. We have been through our trials and tribulations, and its time for our coming out party on the international level. In this episode, we go through the history of the team from the beginning to today, and lay out our case for why we are about to see the US make some noise in the upcoming Gold Cup and World Cup tournaments.#droppingtheball #sportspodcasts #ludorew #USMNT #soccer #FIFA #goldcup #worldcup #captainamerica #pulisic #mckennie #dest #weretakinover Logo by Mackenzie RossMusic by Silverman Sound Studios
Back in March, the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team and its lawsuit over equal pay once again came into the national spotlight. Today, we’re replaying an episode about that case as part of our look back at 2020. The Athletic’s Meg Linehan joined us to break down the controversy that led to a major backlash from fans and sponsors -- and the sudden resignation of U.S. Soccer President Carlos Cordeiro.
Abby Dahlkemper is a professional soccer player who assisted the US Women's National Soccer Team in winning the 2019 World Cup Championship. In her first World Cup appearance, she played the most minutes out of anyone on the field, celebrating this historic win with greats like Alex Morgan and Abby Wambach. By being a part of this trailblazing team, Abby is breaking glass ceilings, inspiring female athletes everywhere, and paving the way for the future of women's soccer. In this episode, Abby gets real about her journey to the highest level of soccer, how she navigates her anxiety on such a public stage, and details the good, the bad, and the pivotal parts of her World Cup experience! Produced by Dear Media
Greg and NJ talk with Steve Tashjian about his career and about the pressure to perform each week at the highest level of sport. Steve shares his story and shows how hard work, luck, and having a plan can make all the difference. And the brothers might mention Taysom Hill and BYU again!
Join me as I sit down with former member of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team and three-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Heather Mitts. We dive into life beyond athletics, owning your identity, what to expect while you’re growing.
Legendary head coach Jill Ellis is one of the most successful coaches in sports and the first female coach ever to win back to back World Cup Championships as she led the United States Women’s National Soccer Team to victory in 2015 and 2019.Today, she shares stories of success and failure, along with the key ingredients required to create winning teams. Humbly stressing the need to continually learn and adapt, Coach Ellis details the motivational tools necessary to push people beyond their expectations. Other takeaways from this episode include:How to build and manage a winning team.How to overcome obstacles and face any challenge presented to you.Why relationships are critically important for leaders.Challenges facing women today in the sports world, and more.Meet our host: https://www.wsb.com/speakers/gary-heil/Meet our speaker: https://www.wsb.com/speakers/jill-ellis/About the series:Presented weekly, Leadership Lessons from the Fast Lane explores some of the most pressing challenges that leaders of today face, with the world’s most respected, creative, and successful thought leaders.Visit our website: https://www.wsb.com
Rich talks to Carli Lloyd, US Women’s National Soccer Team icon, about her childhood sports idols, her growing off-the-pitch business, and what she hopes to accomplish before hanging up her cleats. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week’s conversation is with Jill Ellis, the former head coach of the U.S Women’s National Team.Jill is the all-time winningest coach in U.S. Soccer History. She led the team to World Cup victories in 2015 and 2019 and was twice named FIFA World Coach of the Year.She completed her time with the National Team with a record of 106 wins, 7 losses, and 19 ties.Previous to the National Team, she was the head coach of the women’s soccer team at UCLA for 12 years.A few weeks back I had the fortune of speaking with one of Jill’s former players, Becky Sauerbrunn, who mentioned the inherent pressure that comes with playing on the National Team.There are so many highly talented individuals vying for so few spots. Competition for playing time is through the roof. There is constant pressure to win.I wanted to speak with Jill to better understand their culture and her process for managing – especially when the culture gets tested. ------Please support our partners!We're able to keep growing and creating content for YOU because of their support. We believe in their mission and would appreciate you supporting them in return!!To take advantage of deals from our partners, head to http://www.findingmastery.net/partners where you'll find all discount links and codes mentioned in the podcast.
The unemployment rate continues to climb. In a recent poll, the majority of Democrats do not want to reopen the economy within 6 weeks. 260 million could be heading toward starvation because of COVID-19 economic fallout. How much did Keith spend on gas? NFL legend Don Shula passes away at age 90. Stores begin rationing meat. Prepper loses his doomsday home in foreclosure. Would you allow your phone to track you to stop the virus? Free condoms but not free masks? Why are people wearing masks inside their own vehicles? Will Disney survive the lockdown? How long has the coronavirus actually been around? Court rules against the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team. What would it take for the guys to watch a WNBA game? Which airline goes to Wuhan the most? The mayor of Chicago sends a stern warning to her citizens. Brad Meltzer joins the show to discuss his new book, “The Lincoln Conspiracy.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices