Press play and get ready for some laughs and some tears. 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist Dan O'Brien sits down to talk about the coaches that poured into him during his career as one of the top decathletes in the world. You'll learn of Larry Hunt the coach responsible for steering Dan into the decathlon and by that very act changed the world of track and field for the better. We'll learn of the multiple heart breaks including the 1992 Olympic Trials. Dan gives us a behind the scenes look at the famous 'Dan and Dave' Reebok commercials, and we learn what he's up to now. ENJOY! Check out Dan's book on AMAZON. WATCH ON YOUTUBE Want to have an exploratory conversation about YOUR track equipment needs? Connect with us: Host Mike Cunningham on Twitter: @mikecunningham Email: email@example.com Phone: 800-637-3090 Twitter: @GillAthletics Instagram: @GillAthletics1918 Facebook: facebook.com/gillathletics LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/gillathletics/
Kevin Torres of Dad Bod WOD is a father of 3 little girls and the founder and head coach of the Forging Elite Fathers Program. After having his first daughter and watching his gains diminish, what he discovered was short intense workouts are just as effective, if not more so than long strenuous ones. Kevin has made it his mission to help busy dads go from Dad Bod to Fit Dad without sacrificing family time while creating a legacy of health and fitness for their families and generations to come. Kevin does not push gimmicks or corny motivational speeches, he simply provides honest tips, tricks, tools, and workouts for new dads with limited time on their hands. Kevin reminds the dads he coaches that they are not alone in their journey. There's a community of dads out there who have either experienced or are currently experiencing what you are going through or will soon be going through. He's been featured in the Wallstreet Journal, Reebok.com, the Morning Chalk Up, and many more. Dad Up! Dad Up YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/DadUpPodcast Dad Up Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dad-up-podcast/id1486764562 Dad Up Website: https://www.daduptribe.com/ Dad Up Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daduppodcast/ Dad Up LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/Daduptribe Dad Bod WOD Link to Freebie https://www.forgingelitefathers.com/five Dad Bod WOD YouTube: https://youtube.com/@dadbodwod8259 Dad Bod WOD Instagram https://instagram.com/dadbod_wod Podcast Link https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dad-bod-wod-podcast/id1503147122 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daduppodcast/support
This week, Dr. Kim is talking to Robert Mack. Robert Mack is an Ivy League-Educated, Positive Psychology Expert, Celebrity Happiness Coach, Published Author, and Television Host & Producer. His work has been endorsed by Oprah, Vanessa Williams, Lisa Nichols, and many others. In addition to serving as Celebrity Love Coach for Famously Single on the E! Network for two seasons, Robert also worked as Consulting Producer and On-Camera Expert for Mind Your Business on the OWN Network and Executive Producer and Host of Good Morning LaLa Land on Apple TV and Hulu.He has been featured on television shows like Good Morning America, The Today Show, CBS Morning Show, and Access Hollywood and in magazines like GQ, Self, Health, Cosmopolitan, Well + Good, and Glamour.Robert's first book, Happiness from the Inside Out: The Art and Science of Fulfillment, is celebrity-endorsed and critically-acclaimed.His most recent release,Love from the Inside Out: Lessons and Inspiration for Loving Yourself, Your Life, and Each Other, is a best-seller.Robert coaches individuals from all walks of life—including professional athletes, popular entertainers, senior executives, and everyday people alike—and consults with organizations of all kinds, such as Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twilio, Microsoft, SalesForce, Deloitte Consulting, Capital One, and many others. After pursuing an MBA, Robert attained a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP)—the science of happiness—from the University of Pennsylvania, an ivy-league institution. The MAPP degree is held by only a few dozen people in the world.Prior to his current work, Robert worked as a Big 5 Management Consultant and, then, as a Professional Model and Actor. He's worked for clients like Nike, Reebok, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Sandals Resorts, St. Kitts Tourism, and Toys-R-Us, and he played "Paco" on the CW's short-lived TV series, South Beach. Find out more at www.coachrobmack.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Ghiorso is the Senior Vice President of eCommerce at Media.Monks, a global marketing services company. He is also the CEO and Founder of Orca Pacific, a full-service Amazon and eCommerce agency that brings cutting-edge strategies and managed services to over 100 industry-leading brands, including Reebok, Godiva, Levi, and Mars. The company completed a merger with Media.Monks in 2020. In his role, John leads Media.Monk's performance and enterprise teams which are composed of former Amazonians and top industry experts. With a decade of Amazon expertise, he has built a reputation for approximating industry reactions and forecasting shifts within Amazon's marketplace. John's insights have been featured in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Vox, and Modern Retail. In this episode… Amazon pioneered eCommerce and retail media, leading other retailers to follow suit. Yet, these platforms are becoming commoditized and competitive, so brands need to develop sound strategies to remain relevant. How can you optimize eCommerce and retail media to maximize profitability? John Ghiorso warns against over-advertising on your website because it can diminish the customer experience by reducing site performance. Instead, he recommends establishing a unified retail media strategy that encompasses multiple channels. This entails collaborating with cross-functional teams and analyzing key KPIs to diversify your retail media budget, thereby increasing cumulative ROI. Join Aaron Conant on today's episode of The Digital Deep Dive as he welcomes John Ghiorso, Senior Vice President of eCommerce at Media.Monks, to address retail media trends and projections for 2023. John explains Amazon's role in retail media and eCommerce, how to optimize ads on your eCommerce site, and the importance of developing a unified retail media strategy.
Rampage sits down with Adam to talk about his career, Dana White, fatherhood, Almighty vs Kelpy, BBLs, and more! ----- 00:00 Intro 0:05 Rampage explains why he has never been on the Joe Rogan Experience 2:00 Adam and Rampage discuss how the color commentators control the narrative during a fight 9:12 Rampage on not going back to Bellator MMA and wanting to have rematches with people in UFC 12:20 Rampage says 99% of the beefs in MMA are real beefs and what crosses the line in beefs 15:30 Rampage says you have to come in with a different mindset when fighting someone who beat you before 17:20 Rampage talks about MMA fighter Phil Baroni k*** his girlfriend in Mexico 19:25 Adam and Rampage talk about viral video of Dana White and his wife at a club 21:02 Rampage talks about fighting with his son and fighting his dad during a construction job 24:50 Adam talks about defending himself against his dad when he was younger but never swinging on him 28:15 Reacting to Meek Mill getting in an argument with a fan at a boxing match 29:06 Rampage talks about using security so he doesn't get bothered by fans wanting to take pictures and not much for protection 30:35 Adam tells Rampage that a tr*ns woman told him to “S her D” at the AVN convention 31:40 Rampage on Suspect vs Kelpy and getting called a b*tch 33:16 Rampage on his UFC career, not seeing eye to eye with Dana White, cut from a Reebok deal, retirement narrative, and fighting in Bellator MMA 36:10 Adam asks how Rampage feels about new MMA fighters today getting more sponsors and better pay than ever before 41:30 Adam asks Rampage what music he listened to growing up in Memphis, like Three 6 Mafia 45:20 Rampage says he doesn't like girls with BBL's and big fake lips 47:30 Rampage says that Instagram and Onlyfans has changed today's dating scene 49:40 Adam on if adult stars are "'bout that life" or just in it for money 53:40 Rampage shares his unpleasant GB with a friend in college story 55:50 Adam talks about women from different cultures spoiling their husbands 57:40 Adam asks Rampage about the stereotype of successful Black men dating outside of their race 1:01:45 Rampage talks about Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone being called a ra**st and defends him 1:11:35 Adam talks about having a daughter and what to expect when she starts dating 1:14:30 Rampage gifts Adam his coloring book to give to his daughter and talks about getting back into art 1:19:30 Rampage talks about his son who was born albino, with no skin pigmentation and blonde hair 1:22:20 Adam asks Rampage if he's worried about his kids getting into fighting 1:25:20 Rampage on how he would feel if his son were to come out and how his current co-parenting is going 1:37:25 Rampage on the movie Click with Adam Sandler making him cry 1:43:50 Adam and Rampage discuss kids needing more sexual education to learn how to be safe 1:45:04 Rampage asks Adam if he's ever heard about "hard p*ss" after having unprotected sex to avoid STDs 1:48:03 Adam talks about Rampage being the first celebrity he saw when he first got to LA ----- Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zach Frey is a footwear designer and entrepreneur based in Denver, Colorado. He's designed for brands such as Puma and Reebok in addition to launching his own company Flux Footwear in 2020. In our conversation, we discussed how leveraged proprioceptive technology to make the most adaptable shoe possible and much more. TIMECODES: (2:03) - Getting into Footwear Design (4:50) - Meaning Behind 'Flux' (7:58) - First Prototype & Design (9:04) - Copying Brands vs. Innovating (11:49) - Working for Reebok & Puma (17:00) - Wanting It Bad Enough (19:56) - Finding The Right Partners (24:07) - The Need For Delegation (27:10) - What Makes The Flux Design Unique? (28:15) - Proprioceptive Feedback (31:55) - The Problem With Barefoot Shoes (34:09) - Greater Practicality & Universal Use (34:30) - 'The Yoga Pant For Your Feet' (35:56) - Balancing Aesthetics & Performance (38:48) - Flux Shoes For Lifting (39:40) - Making Improvements (41:23) - Sustainable Production (43:36) - The Flux Adapt Runner (47:49) - Built Through Passion (51:41) - Future Plans & Products For More: Support the Podcast Follow Brock's Instagram Follow Brock's YouTube Follow Zach's Instagram Buy Flux Footwear here --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/zero-quit-podcast/support
Bill Parisi, Parisi Speed School We sat down with Speed Expert Bill Parisi at the Catapult Coaches Lounge at AFCA. Bill Parisi has served as a consultant and/or featured lecturer for several sports-related organizations, including the NFL, USA Football, Nike, Reebok, and numerous sports industry associations such as the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), the American Council on Exercise (ACE), and International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association (IHRSA). In addition to speaking, writing, and consulting, Parisi has been featured on Fox Sports, ESPN, The Today Show, CNBC, ESPN the Magazine, Sporting News, The New York Times, U.S.A. Today, CBI, Men's Health and Running magazine. Shownotes: -Sports science behind speed development -Understanding volume -Acceleration - Force/Velocity profiles -Understanding deficiencies for development -Individualizing plans -“Mailboxing” the athletes -Cheetahs and Rhinos -Understanding how players fatigue -Advancement in understanding fascia and connective tissue -Takeaways from the data -Don Bosco HS practices and modification -HS athletes reaching 20mph in game -Building a practice -The numbers don't lie - who is working hard? -Evaluation equals motivation -Catapult motivates players to work harder -Catapult in recruiting -Getting reliable, trusted data -The eye in the sky doesn't lie -Recommendations to get started with the technology -Determining how many reps a player have in-game -Use 3-4 data points to get started Catapult One: one.catapultsports.com Parisi Speed School https://www.parisischool.com/ Related Speed Development Episodes: Tony Holler - Creating Apex Predators https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/creating-apex-predators-tony-holler-feed-the-cats-113021-657-am Feed the Cats - Get Your Team Fast and Explosive https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/feed-the-cats-tony-holler Dr. Speed - Ken Clark: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/dr-ken-clark-strength-and-conditioning-coach?in=user-804678956/sets/high-performance-sports Resources for Football Speed Development: https://coachtube.com/courses/football/speed-agility?a=ddd391c93af2433281656b763
For this weeks episode, we invited Jeremy Scott onto the podcast to share his wisdom around life, business and fitness. Jeremy is an author, speaker and coach based out of Scottsdale, Arizona who has been in the fitness industry for over 15 years. He has a wide range of experience working with brands such as Men's Health Magazine, Livestrong and Reebok. He currently owns and operates the Jeremy Scott Fitness gym and JSF online fitness App. Check out more about him below. JEREMY SCOTT: https://www.instagram.com/jeremyscottfitness/?hl=en JEREMY'S FITNESS APP: https://jeremyscottfitness.app/ NASH BARS: https://nashnutrition.co EVERYDAY ATHLETE COACHING: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdlsozpojxDg964ah-rse5W7z51d4NTPkHva8RTw1ZX-purjQ/viewform BUILT AND BALANCED COACHING: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdKwK9YwMH3o95sPHybP2O51i9VRwsrdlNPya2RcEwsrB3Ozg/viewform LIFE REWIRED IG: https://www.instagram.com/LIFEREWIREDPODCAST/?utm_medium=copy_link ZACH IG: https://www.instagram.com/everydayathletetraining/ KRIS IG: https://instagram.com/kristinakovacs?utm_medium=copy_link
Today we're joined by Ricardo Emmanuel, a DJ, Photographer, Videographer, and more. He gives us insight into his creative endeavors including a project with Sean Wotherspoon at Coachella with Adidas. He's worked with brands such as Nike/Jordan, Footlocker, Merit, Usher, Instagram/meta, Adidas, Reebok, Calvin Klein! Check him out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rickydirects/
EPISODE SUMMARY In this episode of Chan with a Plan, Max speaks with Frank O'Connell, author of Jump First Think Fast. In this conversation, Frank discusses his extensive career with major companies like Reebok, and HBO, how to evaluate risk along your career journey, and build yourself into a confident expert. QUOTES “In trading cards. We had all of the athletic NBA, NFL all of their licenses, and everybody said, this is the athletic trading card business. The kids said, no, you're in the business of connecting heroes and their fans.” – Frank O'Connell “In today's environment, you better be very agile. We used to develop a strategic plan. We'd review it once a year. You now need to view it every three months. And if things don't work, you've got to be agile and willing to make major changes quickly.” – Frank O'Connell “I would say almost all my major moves to other companies or promotions came through someone who I did develop a very personal relationship with and who knew me very, very well.” - Frank O'Connell TIMESTAMPS [01:12] Frank's journey [03:50] Pivoting into a new industry [08:27] Evaluating career move risks [14:59] Testing and reevaluating new tactics to grow [16:38] Building relationships [18:49] Becoming the expert and job hopping [20:13] Building your personal brand [22:39] What Frank looks for in a job candidate [26:31] Valuable skills to develop [29:09] How do you establish confidence? [31:07] Encouragement when you think you have made a mistake [33:19] Learning from Frank's mistakes [34:46] Finding your passions and showcase your full self [35:49] Valuable takeaways from Frank's book [39:44] Frank's big challenge [40:55] Advice on relationships and careers RESOURCES & RELEVANT LINKS Frank O'Connell on Social Media:LinkedIn Jump First Think Fast Chan With A Plan Max Chan on Social Media
In this episode host Dustin Plantholt speaks to Joe Foster, a name you may not recognize although it's been in his family for generations. It might surprise you to learn he's built a multi-billion-dollar global company, whose name you'll know as well as your own. The reason you may have never heard of Joe Foster is because his business was never about him. It was about being the best in sport shoes. Does the name Reebok ring a bell? Foster tells the fascinating story behind how the company got started and how he named it. The shoe business wasn't new to him. In fact, his grandfather's eponymous British company dating back to 1895 became famous for pioneering the spiked running shoe and outfitting the world's best athletes. Wearing shoes made by JW Foster & Sons, Harold Abrahams and Eric Liddell won Olympic Gold Medals in the 1924 Paris Olympics and were later immortalized in the Academy Award-winning film Chariots of Fire. But after he and his brother Jeff served in the UK's National Service and went to “footwear college” in the evenings, the brothers struck out on their own, opening Mercury Sports Footwear in an old brewery. Discovering that name was already registered, Foster did his first pivot, choosing the name of a small South African gazelle to represent a running shoe company. Two weeks later the name became Reebok. Some 20 years later, after many failed attempts to break into the American market, they capitalized on an opportunity to make shoes for a new exercise craze sweeping the 1980's—aerobics. When the celebrity queen of aerobics, Jane Fonda herself, donned a pair of the new buttery soft leather shoes in her workout video the brand exploded. Globally. In five years, Reebok grew from nine to 900 million dollars. For the next four years they focused solely on product delivery to keep up with demand. With solid movement into the American professional sports market, the street followed, and Reebok became a four-billion-dollar company. Foster credits his success to enthusiasm, optimism, and the willingness to look for what he calls “the white spaces.” Those white spaces, or gaps in the market, give you the opportunity to create something new, perhaps something you never had in mind. Changing the feeling of a sports shoe, made of pliable garment leather for aerobics is a great example. Reebok's coveted pump shoe is another one. The 87-year-old tells wannabe business owners, “To be an entrepreneur you've got to have optimism.” If you can look at the problem and turn it into a challenge, you can think differently about solutions, often ending up in a better position. Foster's book, Shoemaker: The Untold Story of the British Family Firm that Became a Global Brand is available on Amazon. Check out his website to learn more Joseph William Foster. To discover more from Life's Tough Media's expansive collection of inspiring podcasts and services, follow our social media @LifesToughMedia and visit www.lifestough.com.
Songs popping up in commercials, movies & television is not a new thing. However, you can end up very surprised when it happens with a certain artist or song. How many people were shocked when they first heard "Revolution" by The Beatles being used to sell Nike sneakers? It can be done well, but we seem to be still figuring out how. With the recent rise in seemingly every legacy artist selling the rights to their catalog, it makes music fans wonder how & when these songs we love are going to be used. We felt this warranted a serious discussion, so we called our friend Dayton from the dockingbay77 podcast to help us out. In this episode Russ & Dayton talk through everyone from Taylor Swift to The Beatles to Black Sabbath and more. It's Season 7 Episode 12 of the CEO of Reebok's favorite podcast: the Infectious Groove Podcast.
Paige Stoner won the California International Marathon which was also the USATF Marathon Championships. This was her first US Title, a course record at CIM, and a brand new PR. She ran 2:26:02, which was a 51 second course record at CIM. Paige runs for Reebok and is a coach at Run Free Training. She ... more »
Vor vier Jahren, am 16. Dezember 2018 fand die erste Fridays for Future-Demonstration in Berlin statt. Luisa gehört zu den Initiator*innen dieser Bewegung und ist noch immer ihre Klassensprecherin. Zum Geburtstag von Fridays for Future hat sie im Hotel Matze eingecheckt. Wir sprechen - zur Feier des Tages - über die Anfänge von Fridays For Future und die Errungenschaften, denn, was diese Bewegung in vier Jahren erreicht hat, wird zwischen neuen und alten Katastrophen und Rückschlägen sowie Diskussionen manchmal übersehen. Wir sprechen über Luisas Rolle als öffentliche Person, ich wollte wissen, ob sie nicht manchmal von einem anderen Leben träumt und wie sie auf sich selbst achtet. Wir sprechen über die allgegenwärtige Ohnmacht mit all den Krisen und was sie der Ohnmacht entgegnet. Luisa erzählt dazu eine sehr rührende Geschichte von ihrer Oma Dagmar Reemtsma, mit der sie auch ein Buch geschrieben hat. In dieser Folge geht es um Hoffnung, Naivität und den Elefanten im Raum. MEIN GAST: https://instagram.com/luisaneubauer/ DINGE: “Gegen die Ohnmacht” - https://thalia.de/shop/home/artikeldetails/A1061755182 “Luisa Neubauer – Wie startet man eine Revolution?” - https://spoti.fi/3WfE2Kp WERBEPARTNER: Treedom - https://bit.ly/3ULQn8q / Code “MATZE15” fraenk - https://fraenk.de/hotel-matze/ CODE “hotelmatze” Reebok - https://reebok.de MITARBEIT: Redaktionelle Mitarbeit: Lena Rocholl Musik: Jan Köppen Mix & Schnitt: Maximilian Frisch MEIN ZEUG: Mein neues Buch: https://bit.ly/3cDyQ18 Die Hotel Matze Suite bei Apple: https://apple.co/3DTfsFb Die Hotel Matze Suite bei Spotify: https://bit.ly/3J7OLjJ Wunschgäste bitte in die Kommentare: https://apple.co/2RgJVH6 Mein Newsletter: https://matzehielscher.substack.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/matzehielscher LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/matzehielscher/ YouTube: https://bit.ly/2MXRILN Twitter: https://twitter.com/hotelmatze1 Mein erstes Buch: https://bit.ly/39FtHQy Mein Fragenset: https://beherzt.net/matze
That's right, we got a lot more sequel announcements at The Game Awards then anyone may have expected! And we aren't done with awards, as the Golden Globe Nominees were announced as well, and it looks like were in for an interesting ride. Meanwhile what the hell is going on at DC, James Gunn seems to have a massive amount of possible or not possible leaks on his hands. Meanwhile, the FTC is now the third regulatory body to "look deeper" into the Microsoft acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
In this episode of Add To Cart, we checkout Andy Lee, Co-founder of the WOD Life. The WOD Life is the home of training, looking after athletes, gym goers and battlers giving it their best (ie. me) as they sweat and strive to be better. Starting with a humble order of 30 skipping ropes, the WOD Life now ship all over the world carrying leading brands such as Nike, Reebok and Under Armour as well as their own range of workout gear. In this chat we cover how Andy and his Co-founder Ben bootstrapped The WOD Life from a personal credit card. Links from the episode:KithHow I Built This with Guy RazThe Corporate Athlete by Jack L Groppel and Jim LoehrAndy Lee from The WOD Life: Training Destination | #228Questions answered in the podcast:What is the weirdest thing you've ever bought online? Who is your favourite retailer? Which retail fad do you wish was history?Can you recommend a book or podcast that our listeners should immediately get into? Finish this sentence. The future of retail is… This episode was brought to you by…eSuite About your co-host: Andy Lee from The WOD LifeAndy is a mission driven Co-founder, actively building The WOD Life from credit card backed start up to a multi million dollar global ecommerce operation. He is passionate about forging meaningful relationships, fostering community and having fun with great people along the way. Andy has a Double Degree in Laws and Legal Practice, as well as a Bachelor of Commerce and a Graduate Diploma of Chartered Accounting. You can contact Andy at LinkedInAbout your host: Nathan Bush from eSuite Nathan Bush is a digital strategist, Co-founder of eCommerce talent agency, eSuite and host of the Add to Cart podcast. He has led eCommerce for businesses with revenue $100m+ and has been recognised as one of Australia's Top 50 People in eCommerce four years in a row. You can contact Nathan on LinkedIn, Twitter or via email.Please contact us if you: Want to come on board as an Add To Cart sponsor Are interested in joining Add To Cart as a co-host Have any feedback or suggestions on how to make Add To Cart betterEmail firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to hearing from you! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Prior to working with and on behalf of first responders, Dee racked up close to 20 years as a marketing professional, specializing in integrated “Experiential” programming (interactive experiences between brands and their consumers), working with clients like PepsiCo, UFC, Maple Leafs Sports & Entertainment, BlackBerry, Ford and Reebok. Following her agency years, Dee launched a consulting ‘collective', where she led a team of extraordinary senior marketing freelancers in brand strategy and activation. SOOTSOAP, a line of detoxifying and deodorizing products specifically designed for firefighter decontamination, was born out of Dee's passion and determination to help keep her husband - a first class firefighter - and their fire family clean from toxins and that smoky smell.Dee is a mom, an entrepreneur, a consultant, and a proud fire wife living in southwestern Ontario with her husband, their daughter and their pup.About our hosts:Brian Soller has been an active volunteer for the last 30+ years. He currently serves as assistant chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department and for the past 17 years has been a New York state fire instructor assigned to Sullivan County, NY. Soller also served as chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department from 2018 - 2020 and chief of the Monticello Fire Department from 2001-2002.Soller has also been a New York State emergency medical technician for the last 25+ years. He speaks extensively on the promotion of professionalism in the volunteer fire service through his podcast and YouTube channel. Follow us on social @professional.brotherhood @chiefsollerOn the web at professionalbrotherhood.comSend future episode suggestions or comments on past episodes to email@example.com.Interested in being a guest on the show? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.Kara Judd, is a six year member of the Cazenovia Fire Department where she currently serves as a Lieutenant and Emergency Medical Technician. Kara is also a certified Critical Incident Stress Debriefer as well as an AFAA certified fitness instructor and the owner of Saint Florian Fitness. Her full time career is at the Upstate Medical Hospital in Syracuse, NY where she is a Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Specialist and Burn Prevention Outreach Educator.On social @st.florianfitness
Joe Foster's tips for building a disruptive, enduring business (Recorded Live on Clubhouse December 9th, 2022) We spoke with Joe Foster, founder of Reebok, to hear his entrepreneurial story and how the brand found success in a crowded market. Hear his best advice for finding your business's competitive edge, creative branding for maximum exposure, and leading a high-achieving team. Speaker: Colin C. Campbell, Michele Van Tilborg, Jeff SassGuests: Joe Foster
Meghan is a former Division I soccer player turned Fitness Coach and Model based in NYC. Growing up with parents older than most grandparents, she was constantly reminded from a young age how precious life is, and the importance to live in a body that functions for you and enhances your life rather than hold you back. She is passionate about educating and guiding others how to perform optimally at work and in life. Meghan programs long term solutions rather than quick fixes because small consistent changes create sustainable results. She believes everyone should train to be able to do the things they love, for as long as possible. Specializing in mobility, dynamic movement, and athletic strength and conditioning— she does not only strive to help people reach their goals, but also strives to educate people at a high level. Meghan is the founder and CEO of Take Off With Meg as well as a Global Master Trainer with Technogym. As a model and coach on set, Meghan has appeared in campaigns and digital collaborations with Under Armour, Reebok, Performix House, Finish Line, Adidas, Whoop, Therabody, MyProtein, BodyBuilding.com, Eight Sleep, SuperGreenTonik, LNDR, Beast Health, Nama CBD, and Happie Pills. She has been featured in Women's Health, MindBodyGreen, POPSUGAR, Oxygen, Betches and The New York Times. She is proud to work with great brands that share a mission towards sustainability, human efficiency and performance. In this episode, Michael and Meghan discuss why women and men both benefit from strength training, why putting on muscle is so difficult (plus how to do it), and the one thing you should do every single day.
"Commuting to office work is obsolete. It is now infinitely easier, cheaper, and faster to do what the 19th century could not do, move information, and with it office work to where the people are, the tools to do so are already here. The telephone two-way video, electronic mail, the fax machine, the personal computer, and so on." Peter Drucker (1989) In 2020, over 30 years later, futurist and management guru Peter Drucker's prediction came true with a bang. With the mandated COVID lockdowns, suddenly everybody had to learn to work from home. Office occupancy plummeted from 90% to 10% and we all learned about how to Zoom. Since then people are going back to the office, but occupancy still averages only 40 to 50% depending on the market, and in New York lower. So what's going to happen next? In this episode, I talk with commercial real estate expert extraordinaire John Scheurer about the prospects for office work and office buildings. John heads the real estate investing arm of Siguler Guff and was formerly CEO of Allied Capital after leading its very successful commercial real estate business. “What COVID forced us to do is cram 50 years' worth of commuting to the office to working wherever you wanted to work into two years” explains John. One big beneficiary of the office exodus has been residential housing prices, which rose in some markets up to 50% fueled by people wanting to get bigger houses so they can have a home office. With people not wanting to return to the office, demand for office leases has collapsed from 250 million square feet of office space signed for in 2019 to about 50 million in 2022. Microsoft is reportedly giving up office in Seattle - a million square feet of space - and Reebok and hundreds of big companies have concluded to dramatically cut back as well. Allstate is getting rid of their suburban Chicago campus, because 75% of their people are now working remotely. So this is an interesting story about how businesses and markets adapt to changing fortunes. Will empty office buildings be converted to condos? Will tech workers be lured back to work with promises of private offices? Did businesses need all those employees to begin with? After all, Elon Musk fired 80% of Twitter's so-called workers and its seems to be operating just fine. One of the fascinating aspects of this story is how entrepreneurs take advantage of distressed markets and can turn despair into opportunity. With the prices of office buildings falling, is this actually a good time to invest? John and I also talk about what's happening to hotel and retail properties, and where the future is not as bleak as it looked just a couple of years ago. I asked John where he would invest today and his answers were intriguing.
"I can do whatever I want."Mikayla Tencer, or to some known as Mikayla.WineStyle, is a lifestyle influencer based in San Francisco, as well as a freelance social media manager. At the beginning of the pandemic she was let go from her marketing role at a Sonoma County winery and then left wondering what to do with her life. She took sometime off and with the help of some friends started her social media management services and monetizing her personal Instagram and blog.She now works and collaborates with some incredible brands like Reebok, Champagne Taittinger, Empress Gin and more. She also represents some really cool businesses including a wine bar located in Napa Valley, The Saint, a glamping spot in Healdsburg, Wildhaven Sonoma, and a creative entrepreneur who designs seasonal wooden signs, Little Lulu Bee. Her Instagram and TikTok following continues to grow and evolve as her brand does. In this conversation, we discuss: how her passion for wine evolvedhow she landed her first paid collaborations with brands why her mentality of “I can do whatever I want” and not being afraid to ask for help has helped her as an entrepreneurThe validity of faking it till you make it The importance of taking aligned action and having a spiritual practiceWhat helped her grown her IG account to over 11K followersWhy everything does really work out the way it's supposed to Her honesty about the financial reality of being an entrepreneur and an influencer Connect with Mikayla:https://thewinestyle.com/https://www.instagram.com/mikayla.winestyle/https://www.pinterest.ca/mikaylawinestyle/Connect with Brianne:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/briehogan/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/briannehoganwriterVisit Brianne's website: https://www.briannehogan.caRead my newsletter NOT RELATED TO HULK HOGAN: https://briannehogan.substack.com/Download the FREE DO YOU JOURNAL Support the showJoin the DO YOU community:Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/527426815332490Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doyoupod
SEGMENT 1 with Frank O'Connell, starting at 0:00: Frank O'Connell shares his experience running diverse companies, from Reebok to HBO Video to Indian Motorcycle, and the unconventional approach to high performance that he discovered.SEGMENT 2 with Hayden Miyamoto, starting at: How does a high school dropout start three businesses and acquire 30? Hayden Miyamoto is here to share how to optimize your company for a sale.SEGMENT 3 with Helene Segura, starting at: Productivity and time management are considered soft skills, but there's nothing soft about losing $10,000 worth of productivity per employee per year. Time Management Fixer Helene Segura reveals her mind-bending framework for decreasing interruptions, distractions and lost time so that companies can spend more time generating profit.Sponsored by Truly Financial.
Weaning people off the video streaming sites onto Spreaker. For live-streaming the Next few weeks hour one is on video then the remainder of the show will be on Spreaker live. in this episode we work out the kings and while talking about creampies, football, outdated sporting brands and male supremacy. check us out here...radiounderground.co
On this episode: Is it Thursday again? Welcome to Episode 196! As we get closer to Episode 200, Roderick & Cari have lots to talk. In music, SZA's new album 'SOS' is set to release Friday, The Weeknd gets his 4th RIAA Certified Diamond record, Meg Thee Stallion & Tory Lanez's trial begins, T.I. sparks a conversation about police cooperation, new Indonesian marriage laws, Reebok says 50 Cent sold more sneakers than Air Jordan in the 2000's, Nike cuts ties with Kyrie Irving, & Deion Sanders leaves JSU. Intro: Jeezy & DJ Drama- Kolors Roderick | Pharrell Williams & Travis Scott- Down In Atlanta Cari | Sheff G & Sleepy Hallow - Weight On Me Subscribe to Apple Music now to hear all of the new albums & tracks we discuss: https://apple.co/3NgdXW
All of the news coming from September. Thank you so much for listening! Please consider donating a coffee https://ko-fi.com/forteannewspodcast Check out the new album by the Weaverbirds here: https://squidgerecords.bandcamp.com/ For the competition go to www.instagram.com/theorogionalvaultsghost and visit the Ivy Cavern at www.freerangefaeries.co.uk Enjoy my TikTok ghost stories here: https://www.tiktok.com/@confessions_of_ghost_boy Find us on Twitter www.twitter.com/forteannewspod In this show, a world-exclusive listening of the new Weverbirds song and a competition to win a ghost!! Also all the fortean news of UFO's Ghosts, Cryptids and just weirdness. The show includes A study on Haunted People Syndrome. The stats on how many USA people live in a haunted house. The Ghostbuster Ruling. The ten gates of hell around the world. (Stull in Kansas, Mount Osore in Japan, Cave Diros in Greece, St Patricks Purgatory in Ireland, Hekla Volcanoes in Iceland, Cenotes Caves in Mexico, Fengdu Ghost City in China, Ploitonion Hierapolis in Turkey, Houska Castle in Czech Republic, Lake Avernus in Italy) The poltergeist in the haunted Black Lion Inn. Kent's Most Frightening Buildings (Dover Castle, St Bartholomew Hospital, Rochester Castle, Chatham Dockyard, Canterbury Cathedral, Sheerness Docks, Chiddingstone Castle, Hever castle) Ghost girl at Eureka Springs Arkansas USA. The ghosts of USS Hornet. The ghosts of the Canon female correctional facility in Colorado prison. Haunted Seven Gables house. Haunted Haceta Head Lighthouse in Oregon. Sinai House in Burton with ghostly apparitions. Haunted forest with ghost drumming in Pennsylvania. Haunted Blackpool. The most haunted pubs in Sheffield (The Ball Innis, Ye Old Harrow, The Old Queens Head, Carbrrok hall now a Starbucks, Three Tuns Pub, Boardwalk now Meltdown, Winter Green Pub poltergeists) Haunted Kardashians. French Haunted Chateaux. Haunted Cemeteries in the USA. South Lanarkshire haunted church in Scotland. Manchester's Marbury lady. The Fleece Pub in Bretforton England. Humbird hotel in Wisconsin. Haunted Seattle Kells Irish Bar. Haunted Sunderland (Hylton Castle, WWII ghosts, Pheonix hall masonic temple, Heaton Holme, Victoria Royalty Theatre). Willie Earle's ghost at Picken's county Museum. The spookiest things kids have said. UAP's and UFO's and the USA Navy. Dr. Sascha Quanz thinks humans will discover aliens. Jack Osbourne. Starlink. UFO's in Ukraine in the Russian war. Catholic theologian says aliens are demonic entities. UFO seen by a Brazilian plane. UFO just misses a plane in Belgium. The Calvine UFO photo. Vietnam Cave Alien. UFO on the moon. 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A six toe Bigfoot. Canadian Andrew Dawson and the Yeti conspiracy. Mothman in Fort Kent. Goblins and Boggles in Yorkshire. Loch Ness Monster. New Cryptid the Morfa Monster. Morfa Black Panther sighting. Seattle glimmer man cryptid. Skinwalker or werewolf USA. Chornobyl Russia frog evolution. Champ in Lake Champlain. The Utah Lake Monster. Donkey saves goat. Cannibalistic zombie ladybirds with STI's. Crocodiles in Filey. Dogs smell human stress. Dog poops in owner's mouth while asleep. Can cats see ghosts. Tazmania mass whale beaching. Dementia horse visit. Racoon Frizbee. Chimpanzee drum rhythms. Pterodactyl seen in the Tularosa Basin of New Mexico. Horror good for your mental health. Woman shares husband with mum and sister. Man marries 53 wives. Are we living in a black hole? Indian Sadhu raises his arm forever. The Hellfire Club, Bleeding wall. Nigerian dead man rises on his funeral. Family looks after tax man's corpse thinking he is alive. Reddit rebirth. Cursed painting. 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Lisa is joined by Greg Presto who talks about his book The Workout Bucket List: Over 300 Life-Changing Races, Epic Challenges, and Incredible Hikes, Bikes, Lifts, and Runs around the World, in Your Gym, or Right in Your Living Room. Greg Presto is a freelance writer, editor, and video producer in Washington, D.C. He has written service-driven content about sports, fitness, health, and adventure for clients including Men's Health, Nike, Reebok, Nutrisystem, USA TODAY Sports, America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses, South Beach Diet, Mindful.org, United Educators Insurance, and more. Greg is also the author of the Workout Bucket List, a compilation of more than 300 races, runs, lifts, and experiences that make fitness fun, which was published by Running Press in April 2022. Previously, he was a video producer at USA Today Sports and associate editor at Men's Health.The Workout Bucket List: Over 300 Life-Changing Races, Epic Challenges, and Incredible Hikes, Bikes, Lifts, and Runs around the World, in Your Gym, or Right in Your Living RoomFor most of us, exercise can be a dreaded task, one to be postponed, procrastinated, or avoided. We all know the excuses: exercise is boring; I don't have time for the gym; there's no room in my apartment; I need to be motivated. The realproblem is that we're used to old fitness routines and the same monotonous gym equipment, but The Workout Bucket List promises that exercise can, and will, be fun again. Combine history, pop culture, travel, inspiration, and health and you've got the perfect book to help break down your mental barriers to shake up your fitness regimen. Author and fitness journalist Greg Presto suggests countless exercises and activities around the world—or in your very own home—for the ultimate fitness bucket list, whether it's biking with zebras, entering the Tour de Donut, climbing the tallest mountain east of the Mississippi, training like a Baywatchlifeguard, or starting your day with a workout that you might have done in the Titanic's gym. The Workout Bucket List is here to challenge you to try the world's toughest, most interesting, and fun workouts, inspiring the fitness adventurer in all of us.
In the 200th episode of the Strange on Purpose Podcast, Chloe Mann and Aundre Gray of Reebok join us to talk about the latest Human Rights Now capsule from Reebok. The Human Rights Now! collection is a long-term product platform designed to fuel the brand's mission to inspire human rights and human movement. The Human Rights Now! platform is just one of the Reebok's pillars to execute its commitment to stand united against racism through creating a more inclusive environment but also contributing to and promoting Black and LatinX communities.
-Dumbfu** of the week: Washington Commanders “statue” dedicated to Sean Taylor was unveiled. Nike jersey, Reebok pants, Adidas soccer cleats -W of the week: 100 companies switch to 4-day working week with no pay cut -Andor finale and show ranking -Winston the french bulldog won best in show at 2022 national dog show, making him first french bulldog in history -Could you make a JV team in a sport of your choice today? -Twitter almost shut down --What's New in Music? Mariah szn is here Heroes & Villains Tomorrow- Metro Boomin Stormzy - This Is What I Mean Pharell Williams, Travis Scott - Down In Atlanta Roddy Ricch - Feed Tha Streets III Don Toliver - Do It Right --Sports World Cup has kicked off Messi and Inter Miami nearing deal to make him highest paid player in MLS OBJ just wanted to take an edible and sleep on a plane Lamar Jackson is fed up, so are the Broncos with Russ Michigan beat OSU Matia Binotto out as Ferrari TP?, DR3 back as RB reserve driver -Dean's Fact of the week:39 -Who's Horny of the week: Tampax US twitter
As Andre Williams saw it, there were only two options for men in his family - join the military or become a drug dealer on the streets of his hometown Richmond, Virginia. But sports presented another option – basketball was his first choice – and he wanted to use cross country as conditioning for it. However, he quickly fell in love with his newly adopted sport and showed promise: skyrocketing into national prominence, winning the Virginia State cross country title, setting the course record, and winning the Kinney southeast region cross country championships. This rising star earned a trip on his first-ever flight to San Diego for the National Championships, where he finished 19th—earning All-American honors. He received an athletic scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – where he initially struggled academically due to gaps in his earlier education. But Andre began absorbing information - a habit that was reinforced by his daily newspaper reading. This daily literary habit transferred into a curiosity that he maintains to this day. During his collegiate career, he earned All-American honors, was a three-time ACC conference champion, and was team Captain of the two-time ACC Champion Tar Heels track teams. Feeling he had more to give in his sport, he accepted an invitation to join the prestigious Enclave Track Club, a professional running club sponsored by Reebok. After two years of hard work, countless grueling high mileage days and intense track workouts, and finally watching his teammates board their flight to the 1996 Olympic Trials---he considered hanging up his spikes. Andre's coach, former American Record holder Matt Centrowitz urged him to stick with it for one more year. This paid huge dividends; he committed to staying the course and adopted a strength regimen to stabilize his trunk imbalances and began placing more emphasis on flexibility, recovery, and rest. This hard-working warrior from river city was ranked in the top ten in the country from 1997-2001 in the 5,000-meter run, with a personal best of 13:28*. Today this tireless life learner has risen to the top of his field in Information Technology and Mobility for the AT & T corporation. We warmly welcome my longtime friend Andre to this episode of Intrinsic Drive™. *PBST (Pre-Bionic/Boingo Shoe Time)
On this episode Skeetersteve and Nikki B discuss Jalen brown stepping in for the kids that was attending the donda academy, Dave chappelle and Ice T catching heat from SNL skit, Nas re-visit beef battle with Jay Z, Stock X takes off their authetic tags, Reebok question mid, King disease 3, and many more!!!!!
On this week's Episode of Startup Diaries, Kyle sits down with Ash Sampson, the Brand Director of Reebok. In 2021 Adidas sold Reebok for a whooping $2.5 Billion USD. Ash was given the responsibility to build the new team from the ground up. Ash reveals why passion is so important, his lessons as a leader, what makes a brand truely great, how to create a perfect culture, how to avoid hiring mistakes and much more! 0:00 - Introduction 3:08 - Ash's Journey 9:30 - Why Passion Is So Important 25:11 - One Piece Of Advice 29:30 - Creating Demand For Your Product - The Process 40:03 - Lessons As A Leader 46:20 - What Makes A Brand Good To Great... 53:40 - How To Create A 'Perfect' Culture 1:01:04 - How To Avoid Hiring Mistakes 1:09:50 - The Most Important Trait A Founder Must Have GET BUSINESS INSURANCE HERE: BIZCOVER | https://www.bizcover.com.au/?utm_source=pivotal_conversations&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=podcast SUBSCRIBE HERE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOIut6UUkQp-xI6YOs8SvWQ LISTEN ON SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/2nGZ292Mhf5eknEwhZA8zq?si=5ac423d2107d4781 LISTEN ON APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/pivotal-conversations/id1479491840 FOLLOW PIVOTAL CONVERSATIONS: PODCAST: INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/pivotalconversations TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@pivotalconversations FOLLOW KYLE: INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/kylertraynor FOLLOW ASH: LINKEDIN | https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashley-sampson-8a008467
On this week's episode of the Escape Your Limits Podcast, we traveled to Escape Fitness NOW in New Jersey to interview the legendary Bill Parisi. He is an internationally recognized expert in youth speed training who shares his enthusiasm and passion for sports performance training through presentations to business owners, athletes and coaches every year. Since 1992, more than 1 million athletes have trained through the Parisi Training System, in over 100 facilities and health clubs worldwide. In 2001 Bill built his flagship facility, that has been home to more than 250,000 athletes and hundreds of professionals in every major sport. By 2009, Parisi Speed School had expanded to over 50 locations in the US. The franchise would go on to be named to Franchise Times “Fast 55” list and one of Entrepreneur Magazine's Top 50 New Franchises. Parisi has served as a consultant, and featured lecturer for several sports-related organizations, including the NFL, Nike, Reebok, and numerous sports industry associations. In addition to speaking, writing, and consulting, Parisi has been featured on ESPN, The Today Show, The New York Times, and many more! Today, he shares with us: The foundation an athlete should have to be a top performer Addressing if a fantastic trainer can be a fantastic business owner Some of the ways people are applying fascial training to become better athletes To learn more about the Parisi Speed School, click here! https://www.parisischool.com/
Have we run out of games? Did we really have to add an unreleased video game to the Endless List? Hell yes is the answer my friends. We are adding this week the unreleased NES game made in conjunction (maybe?) with Reebok: It's Drac's Night Out. It's an arcade-y yet also Zelda-y game that somehow incorporates Reebok licensed footware for some reason. Find out where it landed on our Endless List (linked here).
Voice Over Artist, Actor and Author Rodney Saulsberry narrates this episode about the former NBA player Allen Iverson. In most instances, people may dread the thought of growing older, but in this case, the next few birthdays for Iverson will lead him to a huge payday. On his 55th birthday in the year of 2030, the Newport News, Virginia native will receive $32 million, thanks to a lifetime deal he has with Reebok. Per reports, he currently receives $800,000 annually due to a deal that he signed with the Reebok Sportswear Company in 2001.
On this episode SkeeterSteve and Nikki B discuss Eminem inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame, 21 savage said he could wash his whole freshman class, Kyrie Irving drama unfolds, nike dunk low dark driftwood, Reebok answer dmx OG,drake and 21 savage, RJmrLA, Jakoby, and many more!!!!
Allen Iverson is only 47, but the former NBA MVP is already set for a nice retirement. Thanks to a lucrative endorsement deal with Reebok, Allen not only receives yearly $800,000 payments, but he's also set to inherit a $32 million trust fund that the company set up. Tayvon breaks down what we can learn from Allen's financial decisions. Reach out to Tayvon Jackson and schedule a complimentary consultation with New Perspective Financial Solutions by calling 202-839-8982 or visit newperspectivefs.com
Former President of Reebok Shoe Frank O'Connell talks about his new book Jump First, Think Fast. Frank talks about the importance of relationship building as a key to success and why mindset is more important than skill sets when hiring. Frank is a master storyteller. He will engage you to rethink what effective leadership is all about while helping you understand what makes a great communicator. If you're in business or in any kind of leadership position, this is an interview you don't want to miss.
Andor is a Star Wars show on Disney + and Episode 8 Narkian 5 was a great episode. Andor gets put in jail and Mon Monthma is partying like it is 1999. We break down every scene and tell you why that thing was in the place. Do you have your shoes on? Did you have Reebok pumps when you were a kid? They are now a staple in Star Wars, and ET was there too. Did you have a freestyle watch before? Do you want a freestyle watch band for your iWatch? Click the link below for 10% off all freestyle watches. BanthaMilk10 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With over 12 years of experience, Kenny Santucci has made himself known as one of New York City's top trainers and a thought leader in the health and wellness industry. Brand ambassador for Michelob ULTRA and Fitaid, Technogym Master Trainer, host of the Fitaid Morning Show, Michelob ULTRA MOVEMENT Fitness Festival, Model Beach Volleyball, and more, Santucci has established himself as a force within the fitness space. He has collaborated with industry titans across the health, wellness, and lifestyle space such as Reebok, Under Armour, Adidas, ASICS, Rhone, Melin, Nocco, Cellucor, Bodybulding.com, CrossFit, the National Academy of Sports Medicine, Precision Nutrition, Nautica, TimeOut, Gregory's Coffee, Get Joy and more. Kenny has also shared his training approach and wellness philosophy with features in top health and wellness publications such as Shape Magazine, Men's Health Magazine, Men's Journal, Runner's World, Well+Good, Askmen.com, Reebok.com, and Women's Health Magazine to name a few. Kenny lives his mantra of helping others well beyond the walls of the gym. He is the creator of Strong New York, NYC's biggest fitness and wellness festival, an event that brings together the community to learn, workout, experience, and connect on all things wellness. You can find Kenny at The Strength Club, his private training facility in the heart of Manhattan located on 28th and 5th Ave in New York City. In this episode, Michael and Kenny discuss how to take control of your own life, why your past does not dictate your future, and the difference between being an asshole and being direct.
Joe Foster is the founder of Reebok. In this conversation, he discussed the early days (his first 21 years in business), why he never got a job, his most important lesson, the importance of a name, what rapid growth feels like, and what he thinks of his American counterpart, Phil Knight. (0:00) Welcome Joe (1:15) World War II (6:10 Father's Failing Company (9:11) Badminton (11:14) Early Days of Reebok (21:14) Importance of Name (25:01) Why Joe Never Got A Job (33:24) Going To America (50:57) Angel Martinez (55:05) $9 Million To $1 Billion In 5 Years (1:00:51) Giving Up Company (1:05:11) Phil Knight (1:09:34) Question From George Heaton (1:11:10) Curiosity About Technology Joe's Links New Book (Shoemaker): https://www.amazon.com/Shoemaker/dp/1471194043 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reebokthefounder/ My Links ✉️ Newsletter: https://dannymiranda.substack.com
Oscar Trimboli is an author, host of the Apple award-winning podcast Deep Listening and a sought-after keynote speaker. He is passionate about using the gift of listening to bring positive change in homes, workplaces and cultures around the world. Through his work with chairs, boards of directors and executive teams in local, regional and global organizations, Oscar has experienced firsthand the transformational impact leaders and organizations can have when they listen beyond the words. He believes that leadership teams need to focus their attention and their listening on building organizations that have impact and create powerful legacies for the people they serve – today and more importantly, for future generations. Oscar is a marketing and technology industry veteran with over 30 years' experience across general management, sales, marketing and operations for Microsoft, PeopleSoft, Polycom, Professional Advantage and Vodafone. He consults to organizations including Air Canada, AstraZeneca, BAE Systems, CBRE, Cisco, Commonwealth Bank, Energy Australia, Estia Health, Google, HSBC, IAG, Macquarie Bank, Microsoft, PayPal, Qantas, Reebok, SAP and TAL. Oscar lives in Sydney with his wife Jennie, where he helps first-time runners and ocean swimmers conquer their fears and contributes to the cure for cancer as part of Can Too, a cancer research charity – https://nam11.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cantoo.org.au%2F&data=05%7C01%7CJake.Lancaster%40BMHCC.org%7C2d310cca3d5841cae7a308da7bd6369e%7C2059208fff284b47971ef40dac55a264%7C0%7C0%7C637958457219786114%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000%7C%7C%7C&sdata=CrMBXkDPNYG02RaBhdsJtySpNhNggrnekMRclgRKik0%3D&reserved=0 (www.cantoo.org.au.) Link to claim CME credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXCFW3 (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXCFW3) CME credit is available for up to 3 years after the stated release date Contact CEOD@bmhcc.org if you have any questions about claiming credit.
What is love? In this episode with Ruben Rojas we go into the depths of what love is, what it is not, and paint a future of how to love well in all aspects of our lives.Our guest is Ruben Rojas. By using the urban landscape as his canvas, Ruben encourages communities to change for the better through optimism and collaboration. These once vacant walls are now vibrant reminders that inspire those who see them to dream big, feel beautiful, live in possibility, and to love. Ruben's murals can be seen in cities across the country and around the world from Paris to New York and Florida to Mississippi. Ruben's portfolio of work extends beyond murals. He is a TED