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What I Meant to Say
5 out of 5 stars
Amazing Down to Earth Podcast
What I Meant to Say with Wendy Jones is one of the most authentic, down to earth, and inspiring podcasts out there today! Wendy hosts the show and shapes these conversations in a way that provides her guests with a safe and inviting environment to share their stories and life experience. The way in which she draws these stories from her guests is not only beautiful and inspiring, but also thought-provoking and eye-opening. 10/10 Recommend!
5 out of 5 stars
Wonderful insights for parents, coaches and young athletes
I thoroughly enjoyed Wendy's podcast episode with Benita Fitzgerald Mosley, especially the insights they shared on the recruiting process for parents and young athletes. It was a very organic conversation with plenty of actionable advice for parents, athletes and coaches. I also appreciated the detailed information shared about FundPlay’s good work helping make youth sports happen in underserved communities. Wendy's show notes are among the most comprehensive I’ve seen for any podcast so well done!
5 out of 5 stars
Powerful podcast - insightful ideas and collaborative conversations! Great pod
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Real Authentic Conversations
This is a fantastic podcast that brings conversations to the listener in the most authentic way!
5 out of 5 stars
Wendy is a fantastic storyteller. This is done extremely well and is for all audiences.
5 out of 5 stars
Way to Be Better Wendy!
I have a Son and a Daughter starting their High School athletic journey and BOTH of them love listening to Wendy and the amazing people she brings on her show. And not just about sports of course - but of the game of life. The best part are the follow-up conversations I get to have with these two amazing kids. THANK YOU Wendy!
5 out of 5 stars
It was such a pleasure meeting and being on Wendy’s show. Her down to earth Authentic vibe made for a free flowing, inspiring talk. We could have gone on for hours! Thank you Wendy! ~Chris Plourde
5 out of 5 stars
What I Meant to Say is on in our car on the way to/from tournaments and practices. The conversations sparked with our three teenagers (and their teammates) are priceless! Every time we get “nuggets” from each podcast’s dynamic speaker’s story and journey. Often the door is opened for sharing between them, ranging from vulnerability to a good belly laugh. Thank you for creating a space where listeners can hear stories from a variety of guests and learn that we are not alone in this journey of life. Keep it up!
5 out of 5 stars
Wendy is informed, compassionate, curious and calming. Her podcast connects with passion, and reminds us we all have greatness inside of us if we are willing to learn how to tap into it. Wendy helps by connecting us with those tools. This podcast is for anyone who wants to become a master of their own life. Highly recommend.
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- Trauma is a Gift - Real Talk About PTSD with Peter DePrezFor more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “So I wanted to understand the mechanical error that was taking place within my brain.” 9:27 “As soon as I started treating that injury, my symptoms started to dissipate.” 10:36 “It takes somebody exploring it themselves to figure out what works for them.” 15:35 “CTE is like the cirrhosis of the brain if we use the comparison of the liver and the brain.” 16:04 “The depression was beyond anything I could have imagined.” 22:16 “You need other people to help you heal.” 32:06 “Physiologically our bodies and brains react to physical and emotional trauma with almost the exact same response.” 36:09 “These practices become part of your central nervous system’s reaction to the stressors that you're feeling on a daily basis.” 57:05 “Wow, most of that anxiety began in my gut.” 1:00:08 “If I was going to tell somebody this is the most important supplement you need to be taking, it would probably be vitamin D3.” 1:03:35 “There isn’t enough focus on how important it is, what we put into our bodies.” 1:07:29 “Changing these thought patterns has been one of the most difficult parts of the process for me, right.” 1:12:35 “There are no national standards of fitness for first responders.” 1:23:55 “Trauma is the gift.” 1:28:37 Guest Bio - Pete DePrez began ASM Foundation as a means of providing healing to veterans and first responders suffering from PTSD. Pete spent over a decade working in Search & Rescue, SWAT and Sheriff's Deputy in the state of Colorado. "I believe the symptoms that are being diagnosed as PTSD are the result of injuries. When we heal the injuries, we resolve the symptoms." Show Notes - 0:00 - Coming Up on ‘What I Meant to Say’ 0:38 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 1:02 - Welcome to Peter 1:56 - Childhood Backstory & Beginnings of Head Trauma 7:48 - Being Diagnosed with PTSD 9:47 - Symptoms of PTSD Mirror TBI 11:00 - Founder of ASM Foundation 11:39 - The Hard Part of New Healing Tools 14:15 - How You Share Your Story Helps Other People 17:24 - Pay Attention to Early Symptoms 21:23 - Effects of Leaving the Sheriff’s Office in Jan 2020 27:26 - At What Point Did You Realize You Need to Tap into Yourself? 29:25 - WARNING: INTENSE Content - Did You Ask for Help During this Dark Time? 32:10 - Started Dr. Gordon’s Treatment 34:15 - 10 Days into Treatment 35:30 - Finding Grace for Yourself in the Process 40:50 - Generational Discussion on ‘Suck it Up’ Mentality 43:48 - When Did You Realize Human Connection was so Important? 43:56 - BB Commercial 44:29 - Isolation Due to Anxiety of Human Connection 48:37 - October 2021 52:45 - Goals Behind ASM Foundation 53:33 - Stelic Ganglion Block 55:00 - Wellness Tools & Personal Responsibility 59:57 - Back to the Anxiety Aspect 1:02:03 - Supplementation of Vitamin D3 1:08:03 - Getting to the Root Cause 1:11:26 - Look at Ice Baths 1:12:57 - Jiu Jitsu Example 1:16:04 - Tools for the Law Enforcement World 1:20:21 - 3 Key Elements Recognized for ASM Foundation 1:25:52 - One Piece of Advice is ‘Just Breathe’ 1:27:35 - Where Can People Connect with You? 1:28:12 - Trauma is a Gift 1:29:41 - Thank You 1:30:15 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Peter - www.asmfoundation.com firstname.lastname@example.org IG - @asmfoundation0 comments0
- Health & Healing with Narrative Medicine with Michelle BernabeFor more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points, Top Takeaways, and Memorable Quotes - “If a patient was on the floor crying, I would sit on the floor, you know and get to that level.” 8:25 “Powerful approach that uses storytelling and personal narratives to promote healing and well-being.” 13:05 “Moral injury is when your values are not in alignment with your actions.” 20:41 “I think it takes people who you trust leading by example.” 29:25 “You have to be very proud to feel we know anything at this point.” 38:55 “I do kind of lead with innovation, right, so I always think there's a way we can partner with where the future of the youth are going.” 41:30 “Fail miserably.” 49:58 “I trust that I became a nurse for a reason.” 51:23 Guest Bio - Michelle Bernabe, RN, is a Columbia University-trained nurse with over a decade of experience in the frontlines of healthcare. She is dedicated to using her values, accountability, and storytelling to bring about systemic change in the industry and is also determined to promote moral leadership as a crucial solution to the issues facing healthcare. As a Narrative Medicine scholar, Michelle is on a mission to collect stories from individuals from all walks of life in order to better understand the power of brave leadership in healthcare and its ability to bring about transformative change in the system. Her ultimate goal is to use these stories to advocate for policies and practices that prioritize healing, compassion, equity, and empowerment in the healthcare industry. In addition to her work as a healthcare professional, Michelle is actively engaged as a member of the New York Nurses Association’s Political Action Committee. She advocates for ending medical debt, healing moral injury, providing healthcare for all, and assuring safe hospital staffing and transparent pricing. With her deep understanding of the healthcare industry, specialized training, and commitment to using storytelling as a means for transformative change, Michelle Bernabe is a highly qualified expert and leader who is making a difference in the healthcare system. Show Notes - 0:00 - Coming Up on ‘What I Meant to Say’ 0:18 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:42 - Welcome to Michelle 1:48 - Health & Wellness Field Backstory 8:52 - Addiction is the Opposite of Connection 10:36 - Where Did You Grow from that Emergency Room? 12:15 - Narrative Medicine 14:12 - What Does Narrative Medicine Look Like? 16:24 - Becoming An Active Listener 19:53 - Working with Combat Veterans & Healthcare Workers 20:22 - Moral Injury 21:21 - Be Better Commercial 21:54 - Veterans Set An Inspiring Example 26:59 - How to Create these Spaces for Sharing Stories 32:25 - My Mom was a Social Worker 34:52 - Scholar of Unlearning 39:39 - Social Media & the Lack of Humility 44:12 - Complimenting Michelle’s Calm Energy & Shadow Work 48:53 - Generational Learning through One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 53:33 - What is Your Hope for Change in the Mental Health Crisis? 59:45 - Thank you 1:00:26 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Michelle - www.moral.health or https://moralhealth.substack.com/ Longitudinal Study on Happiness Rihanna Vogue Cover For more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv0 comments0
- What I Meant to Say Mar 15 · 45m Pressure is A Privilege with Kendall KippFor more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “I’ve always been someone who loves to learn new things, so I think I kinda just looked at it as an opportunity to try something new.” 5:01 “Comparison is the thief of joy.” 7:07 “Just learning to set those boundaries because you are an athlete and you are a student, but you’re a person first.” 10:27 “Pressure is a privilege.” 14:14 “I’m really proud of the relationships I have in my life. I feel like I invest a lot of time and energy into them, and I truly love people around me.” 24:45 “I absolutely love my trainer.” 30:41 “You can’t be grateful and sad at the same time.” 32:37 “You have to speak into existence what you want to happen.” 39:11 Guest Bio - I grew up in Newport Beach, CA as the youngest of four children. I played a lot of different sports growing up and didn’t think volleyball was in the cards for me, but when I played for the first time I instantly fell in love with it and knew I’d be playing for a very long time. I now play volleyball at Stanford University where I’m studying Human Biology. I will be returning for a 5th season at Stanford, then hope to play professional volleyball overseas starting in January! Aside from volleyball, my passions include travel, cooking, reading, and nutrition. Show Notes - 0:00 - Coming Up on ‘What I Meant to Say’ 0:30 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:54 - Welcome to Kendall 2:48 - Volleyball Beginnings 6:08 - Kendall’s View on Comparison 7:23 - Student-Athlete Mental Health Challenges 9:32 - Learning to Say No as a People Pleaser 11:20 - More than a Volleyball Athlete 13:26 - How to Handle Pressure 16:30 - Favorite Qualities in a Coach 18:50 - Parental Support & Relationship to Volleyball Growth 22:18 - Human Biology Major 23:18 - Be Better Commercial 23:51 - Understanding How Our Body Works 24:22 - Proudest Moments Outside of Sports 26:11 - Separating Real Relationships & Social Media 27:25 - Prioritizing Physical & Mental Health During Injuries 30:36 - Athletic Trainer Appreciation 31:57 - Gratitude Discussion 33:40 - What Do You Do in Your Spare Time? 35:00 - Cooking to Fuel Your Body 35:40 - Talking Tall 38:33 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 40:25 - Awareness of Sacrifices that Come with Pursuing Goals 42:06 - Future After Stanford 44:23 - Ways People Can Connect 45:14 - Thank You 45:50 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Kendall - IG - @kendallkipp https://happinessproject.com/pages/our-story-10 comments0
- The Art of Letting Go During Divorce with Ann GrantFor more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “When you’re in that very uncertain place, that’s really where the magic can happen.” 5:55 “I really drilled down into my meditation practice, which I combined with my prayer practice.” 9:36 “Our children, my children, your children, learn by watching what we do and how we are, not by what we say.” 21:30 “Clients that have gone through the collaborative process are by far my happiest divorced clients.” 40:57 “It’s very important to have someone giving you advice.” 42:59 “The only way through it is through it.” 50:34 “Don't be scared, everything is going to be okay. Trust your gut, and take chances.” 56:34 Guest Bio - Ann Grant is an attorney, author, entrepreneur, a law professor—and—she is a SURVIVOR. Ann experienced a perfect storm of loss during the 2008 financial crisis: Her 16 year marriage to the father of her children ended, the large multinational law firm where she was a partner dissolved and her Father passed away unexpectedly. Overwhelmed by these losses, she deepened her meditation practice to ground herself and to find a path through the chaos. Ann learned to follow her intuition during this time and started a support group for women contemplating divorce. She did not aspire to be a divorce attorney, but rather wanted to be of service to women facing divorce given her personal experience as the mother of three children. What happened surprised and astounded Ann. People began to ask Ann to represent them in their divorces. Combining the legal skills she had acquired during her years as an experienced litigator with her personal experience as a mother—she was extremely effective-- both in and out of the courtroom. She brought in other experts to help along the way—including financial advisors, therapists and career counselors. This network of helping professionals was the impetus for Ann’s bestselling book, The Divorce Hacker’s Guide to Untying the Knot, which provides legal, financial, and psychological expertise to help the reader skillfully prepare and protect themself as they navigate the modern divorce—proactively, efficiently, resiliently. Manhattan Beach Family Law has grown and has opened offices in Brentwood and Newport Beach. Show Notes - 0:00 - Coming Up on ‘What I Meant to Say’ 0:30 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:54 - Welcome to Ann 2:28 - Tell Us Your Story 8:59 - Tools for Tapping into the Magic 19:39 - Generational Healing 23:08 - Affect on Children of Divorce 26:43 - Be Better Commercial 27:15 - Recommendations for Women in Fear and Uncertainty 29:59 - Co-Parenting Discussion 32:51 - Letting Go of the Need to Control 38:04 - Collaborative Divorce 44:43 - Navigating Codependent Relationships Across Generations 49:32 - Simple Little Things Matter 51:36 - Breaking Down the Big Picture 52:26 - Divorce Hacker’s Guide to Untying the Knot Commercial 52:46 - Why Wendy Started Her TOJ Blog 56:22 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 59:00 - How Old Are Your Kids? 59:48 - Thank You 59:59 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Ann - MBFamilyLawyers.com Email - email@example.com IG - @MBFamilyLaw0 comments0
- Go with the Flow with Kahlee YorkFor more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “I really believe in this entire process.” 2:52 “It works out for sport, but it really works for everything.” 4:05 “We think about our period, right? What we don’t think about is the fact our hormones are changing over a month’s time. 5:23 “Something that I really think about in terms of training is muscle activation during my period.” 9:26 “I'm just looking at how my body works.” 11:50 “Not everyone trusts themselves to discern when they need rest or not.” 20:33 “Stress is like the bully hormone.” 34:07 Guest Bio - Kahlee is a graduate and former LSU Beach Volleyball Athlete with a quiet strength, self-assurance, and kindness about her. She moved to California to pursue a professional beach volleyball career in 2021. In addition to being a professional athlete, she coaches clinics for Flight School and has a passion for nutrition and wellness. Her desire to educate and inspire others to incorporate good nutrition, hydration, and other wellness tools into their lives is what brought her to Be Better and led to the creation of Go with the Flow. Show Notes - 0:00 - Coming Up on ‘What I Meant to Say’ 0:19 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:43 - Welcome to Kahlee 1:34 - Go with the Flow Brain Child 4:41 - Four Phases of Your Cycle 5:56 - Nutrition & Movement Are Key 6:44 - Energy Levels 8:47 - Adjusting Beach Workouts Throughout Your Cycle 10:54 - Ways that Coaches Can Approach This 12:42 - More Prone to Injury at Times 17:47 - Efficiency of Energy 21:15 - Pushing the Point of Burnout 23:50 - Nutrition & Cooking in the Course 28:37 - Be Better Commercial 29:11 - Just Be a Little Bit Better 29:37 - Working with Ashley 30:36 - Community Aspect 32:25 - What is Cycle Syncing? 33:47 - Everyone’s Stressed 41:20 - Ways to Access the Course 42:02 - Reminiscing & Thank You 44:27 - Where Can We Find You? 45:28 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Kahlee - IG - @kahleeyork / @flowtogrow5 www.bebettermedia.tv/gwtf/0 comments0
- Yoga for Life with Marissa RodriguezFor more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “You can pivot.” 9:08 “These are things you can’t do, but what can you do?” 10:35 “Identify your fear, write it down, say it out loud.” 12:14 “You’re right, there is always someone better than you, so why not learn from them?” 19:06 “Learn the rules, so you can appropriately break them.” 34:00 “There is something about you sitting with your body and then it relating back to something in your life.” 48:29 “Don’t wait until you’re broken, constantly try and nourish and help yourself.” 55:16 “There’s always something we can learn from each other.” 1:01:18 “It’s okay to be sensitive.” 1:02:33 “Don’t be afraid to shine.” -Wendy @ 1:05:19 Guest Bio - Mar is a movement teacher of many types: yoga, barre, pilates for all ages and many demographics. Growing up in the sports world with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis has given her a different perspective on overcoming injuries and illnesses to continue celebrating one's body. Along with growing up playing volleyball, swimming, and water polo in high school she also obtained a degree in public health and worked on the medical staff for the University of Arizona football team. Her love of sports and healing led her to yoga where she's been able to work with so many beautiful souls and bodies. Show Notes - 0:00 - Coming Up on ‘What I Meant to Say’ 0:23 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:47 - Welcome to Marissa 2:52 - Early Sports & Family Background 11:12 - Working Through Things You are Scared Of 18:10 - There’s Always Someone Better than You 20:15 - Yoga Teachers are Humans too 22:59 - Teaching Kids Yoga & More 25:43 - How to Model the Process of Trying & Evolving 31:00 - Perspective on Generational Messaging 35:20 - Be Better Commercial 35:53 - Find What Works and What Doesn’t 38:45 - Telling My Parents About Yoga 43:59 - Life is a Dance Between Stability & Mobility 49:40 - Journey with Rheumatoid Arthritis 58:58 - Where I End and Other People Begin 1:02:00 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 1:05:05 - Wendy’s One Piece of Advice 1:07:25 - Thank You 1:08:28 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Mar - @mrodi0 comments0
- Real Change in Health & Healing for Veterans and Beyond with Sharon JacksonFor more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “At the age of 8, I began my personal relationship with God.” 2:48 “If there was something I wanted to do, I went for it.” 10:25 “Beat them, that go against you, beat them with success.” 18:12 “If I feel compelled to do something, I answer that and then ask questions later” 30:12 “Alaska is considered a cheap date.” 36:01 “I’m a conservative so I can be misjudged easily.” 39:34 “I’m a humanitarian, not a politician.” 42:11 “I say, there’s no box big enough to put me in, you know? I just don’t fit in boxes.” 42:56 “Going back to that faith and determination; I was determined not to get trapped.” 46:16 “To me, it was witnessing miracles right before my very eyes.” 49:40 “Not only do I know there’s a better way, be better. I like that; there’s a better way, there are better medicines, and it’s time to get people connected!” 51:07 “When you know better, you do better.” 51:36 Guest Bio - Sharon Jackson was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA and proudly served in the United States Army, which brought her to Alaska in 1983. Upon completing her active-duty tour with the Army in 1989, she enrolled in Charter College where she became a Certified Electronic Technician. In 2015, Sharon became a Constituent Liaison for US Senator Dan Sullivan specializing in Military/Veterans Affairs and found her role in assisting constituents to be extremely rewarding. As she noticed major concerns on the state level Sharon felt compelled to run for Lieutenant Governor in 2018. Upon her defeat, Sharon was appointed by her Governor to serve in the Alaska State House of Representative for District 13 where she served with loyalty and worked with both sides on policies that best represented the people of Alaska. Since leaving office, her primary focus is on alternative medicine where she witnessed people with debilitating, chronic illnesses now living a functional life that they thought was impossible. As a stroke survivor, where the left side of her body was paralyzed and she lost her speech, Sharon was determined to get her independence back and recovered. She knows personally that there are different medical modalities that assist with healing. It’s time to Be Better by focusing on the health of our nation and stop managing trauma through expensive drugs and surgeries. She is determined to advocate for people to have options in their healing process. Show Notes - 0:00 - Coming Up on ‘What I Meant to Say’ 0:19 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:44 - Welcome to Sharon Jackson 1:31 - Early Life, Family, & Faith 5:55 - Dreaming of Alaska 7:20 - Leaving a Marriage Takes Courage 8:38 - Joined the Army Reserves 12:14 - Army Experience was a Culture Shock 15:05 - Welcome to Alaska 20:23 - Left the Military to Become an Electronic Technician 22:16 - What Led You into Politics? 30:20 - Be Better Commercial 30:51 - Campaigning for Lieutenant Governor in Alaska 34:15 - Disconnect Between the Citizens and the Government 37:53 - Left Juneau Early & Political Environment During Covid 39:44 - What Does Being a Conservative Mean to You? 43:38 - Your Passion for Our Veterans & Life Wave 53:58 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 55:59 - Thank You 56:58 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Sharon - www.vip.org0 comments0
- Politics and Parenting with Jason DibeliusFor more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points, Top Takeaways, and Memorable Quotes - “People need to understand the difference between news and commentary.” -Wendy @ 20:07 “These are just examples from the left and the right of people learning the hard way that there are consequences.” 25:31 “False balance is giving minority opinion equal time, a platform or whatever.” 31:56 “Censorship makes everybody else think you’re pumping a conspiracy theory.” 33:50 “No one that runs a podcast is pretending to be an expert, but podcasts are important that without the podcast, no one is going to ask the question.” 36:00 “Politically correct is knowing that the conversation requires sacrifice.” 41:11 “Be a better parent.” 58:38 “Don’t get caught up in false dichotomies.” 1:04:58 “The expert’s not gonna ask the question that they know the answer to.” 1:23:34 “Follow the math people, not the science.” 1:29:09 Guest Bio - Jason C. Dibelius is an American Beach and Indoor volleyball coach and commentator. Dibelius served as the head and assistant coach for the men's and women's volleyball teams at New York City Technical College (1999-2001). He moved on to Baruch College to assist the men's volleyball program (2003-2005) and then later became the head men's volleyball coach at the City College of New York (2008) where his efforts earned them an invitation to the NECVA postseason tournament and runner up for coach of the year. Jason spent the next few years coaching high school boys' volleyball at Hunter College High School (2011-2015). He also served as the head girls' volleyball coach at the Kew Forest School during the 2014 fall season. Dibelius moved to California where he spent five years as the Volleyball skills coach at Endless Summer Beach Volleyball Club under Daron Forbes, Evolution indoor boy's club under Duncan Avery, and Director of Operations at LMU for a year and a half under John Mayer. He has color commentated for BVNE (the biggest national recruiting showcase), P1440's events, home NCAA women's sand matches for Pepperdine, the Big West Championship, and the AVP next Gold Series in New Orleans. He is currently a head coach for Los Angeles Volleyball Club under the direction of Dain Blanton and Jason Olive, and hosts a popular volleyball podcast called the “Option.” Additionally, he takes great pride in his military service and is excited for the next evolution. Show Notes - 0:00 - Coming Up on ‘What I Meant to Say’ 0:33 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:55 - Welcome to Jason 1:17 - George Santos List of Lies 9:44 - News, Cable Networks, Politics, & Independent Journalists 14:35 - The Problem with Labels 20:42 - Censorship is Real & It’s Happening 25:59 - Discussing Joe Rogan’s Unique Approach 28:37 - Guest Selection for Interviews & the Popularity Contest 34:56 - Purpose of Podcasts Bringing it Full Circle 39:58 - Difference Between Being Polite & Politically Correct 44:00 - Bullying Discussion 44:40 - Be Better Media Commercial 45:13 - How You Raise Your Kids… Bullying Continued 48:06 - Jason’s Bullying Experience 53:36 - Standing Up Against Bullying 56:35 - Cyber Bullying & the Solution 58:52 - Turn the Channel or Turn it Off 1:02:46 - Parents, Step Up 1:06:35 - Privilege and Parenting 1:10:26 - Kids & Sex Changes 1:12:18 - Being a Role Model 1:15:43 - Revisiting the Labels Discussion 1:18:14 - Jason’s Great Podcast Moments 1:22:15 - You Don’t Have to Be an Expert to Follow the Science 1:27:46 - Thank You 1:29:22 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Jason - IG - @jdibelius The Option Podcast NYVarsity Sports0 comments0
- What I Meant to Say Feb 8 · 52m How to Advocate for Your Health as a Student-Athlete with Jade WaskomFor more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “What was interesting about this concussion compared to my last is the impact of it wasn’t as hard as previous concussions I had.” 4:54 “When you feel concussed immediately, you should step out!” 5:31 “It's a really hard thing to describe if you haven't been concussed before, but you truly feel like an alien almost. You don’t recognize yourself, you don’t recognize your mind, you don't recognize, situations feel ten times more awkward.” 8:15 “The most impactful thing was just reaching out.” 12:22 “I got to a place where, in the fall, where I was like, ‘I just want to be better. I don’t care about volleyball anymore, I don’t care about anything, I want to be able to recognize myself.’” 23:10 “That was the biggest struggle in the journey, you don’t feel like yourself because your mind is traumatized, but yet your mind controls everything.” 25:40 “My goal is to be free when I play volleyball now.” 31:19 “So I put on this almost, like just this mentality that everyone around me, I don’t care about your assumptions anymore, those are your assumptions. That’s not my experience.” 34:07 “The truest and most courageous decision was to step away and that was the harder decision to be doing, not the easier decision.” 40:11 “I mean I think one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned is not letting other people’s assumptions, expectations, voices become your own.” 45:30 Guest Bio - Jade Waskom grew up playing indoor and beach volleyball as early as age six. She pursued her Division 1 goals at Long Beach State University playing both indoor and beach volleyball. However, after freshman year and battling the pandemic, she switched to playing full-time on the beach team. Around March of 2021 Jade received her sixth concussion, which started her year and a half long struggle with post-concussion syndrome. This was an extremely tough battle, but led her to making the biggest transformations in her life. Show Notes - 0:00 - Jade’s Golden Nugget 0:12 - Introducing Jade Waskom 0:47 - Welcome to Jade 2:05 - Childhood & Family Background 3:13 - March 17, 2021 & My 6th Concussion 9:57 - Dealing with Feelings 11:17 - Advice to Teammates on Being Supportive 13:36 - Feeling Unable to Advocate for Yourself 16:07 - Halfway Healing Vs. 100% Commitment to Healing 19:10 - Relaxation, Rest, & Recovery in Nature 22:02 - Fall 2021 24:54 - Cleared Spring 2022 & Starting Therapy 28:40 - BB Commercial 28:48 - Journey Back to Our True Self 30:11 - After Resting, How Did Things Start to Change For You? 354:52 - Month of Camping & Aligning with Yourself 37:47 - Hardest Part of Medical Retirement 42:53 - Where Do You Go From Here? 45:12 - One Piece of Advice 47:02 - Where Can People Find You? 47:49 - Bringing it Full Circle 49:23 - Deleting Social Media 51:24 - Thank You 52:05 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Jade - IG - @jadewaskom Book Recommendation: Untamed by Glennon Doyle0 comments0
- Faith, Family & Food for Mental Health with Brother LuckFor more inspired edutainment, visit: www.bebettermedia.tv Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “Stop chasing the validation of someone else’s approval. The only person who can validate you is the person in the mirror.” 6:57 “We all have the same 24 hours.” 8:48 “I’m willing to trust repeatedly.” 21:47 “An enemy is always going to separate their prey from the pack.” 23:49 “The table is a metaphor for life because that’s where faith, family, and food all happen.” 28:58 “Treat the grocery store like a racetrack and really start to focus on quality.” 34:31 “The pain that you’re feeling will eventually subside and it will be replaced with something that feels much better.” 38:42 “Keeping good mentors around you, keeping good people around you, are going to help you pick your head up, they’re going to ask you those questions.” 41:07 “I’m not my profession.” 45:47 Guest Bio - Chef Brother Luck is an award-winning chef, entrepreneur, and advocate for the pursuit of self-discovery. With a childhood marked by humble beginnings, Brother is on a mission to prove to others that while our past is forever a part of who we are, it does not determine the people that we become. By drawing on his own childhood trauma, Brother uses his life as a testament to prove how pride, courage, determination, and perseverance helped him survive early life challenges and empowered him to achieve great success in the face of adversity. Today, Brother has earned a reputation as a celebrity chef through appearances on Chopped, Beat Bobby Flay, Top Chef, The Rachael Ray Show and the Today Show. He is also a successful business owner with the establishment of his restaurants Four by Brother Luck and Lucky Dumpling, both located in his home of Colorado Springs. Brother Luck recently released his memoir “NO LUCKS GIVEN,” taking off the white chef’s coat and going beyond the kitchen to relive his own turbulent life story with the goal of teaching readers that even when life gets hard, there is hope. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Brother Luck 0:57 - Welcome to Brother Luck, Author of ‘No Lucks Given’ 2:39 - Early Life & Background in Culinary Arts 6:12 - Early Mentors Taught Me Confidence & Showed Me Opportunity 8:36 - Advice for the Space Between Despair & Hope 10:52 - Ways for the Younger Generation to Find Their Passion 12:58 - Knowing We Are Worth It 14:40 - Normalizing the Mental Health Discussion 19:20 - The Role of Therapy 21:33 - Improving Relationships on the Journey to Self-Awareness 24:35 - BB Commercial 24:44 - Advice on Choosing Your Inner Circle 28:05 - Faith, Family, & Food 32:57 - Fitness & Finance 36:48 - Four by Brother Luck & Lucky Dumpling Restaurants 38:19 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 39:32 - The Blame Game: Who is the Villain in My Story? 41:41 - What Are You Doing With What You’ve Learned to Make the World Better? 42:57 - Competition Conversation 46:17 - This is Why 47:57 - Where Can People Connect with You? 48:37 - Thank You 49:06 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Brother - Chefbrotherluck.com IG, FB, & TikTok - @chefbrotherluck0 comments0
- Finding the Optimum You with Pri Piantadosi-LimaKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “As they say in Brazil, like, if you want to learn how to be a lion, you have to hang out with the lions.” 2:58 “The goal is just to make people better through volleyball.” 11:12 “Who doesn’t love an underdog, you know, success story?” 12:57 “Confidence is not loyal to you and it only comes when it wants to come.” 14:23 “Everytime that team gets one point is one more point you need to play to win.” 21:09 “Are your feelings fueling you or failing you?” 28:15 “We have this saying in Brazil that like, ‘A saint from home doesn’t make any miracles.’” 36:49 “This generation thinks that being kind means not hurting people’s feelings.” 38:40 “We’re training you to change the program, not maintain the program.” 40:42 “There should be more education, but not indoctrination.” 52:23 “Tell me the bad stuff too because I want to be better.” 59:44 Guest Bio - Founder of Optimum Beach Founder of BVWCA (Beach Volleyball Women’s Coaches Alliance) University of Louisiana at Lafayette Hall of Fame 2022 USAV Female Junior Coach of the year 2022 USAV Club of the Year 2021 FL Region Coach of the Year USAV NTDP Coach and Scout 2009 AVP Most Improved Player 17 years - professional beach volleyball player: AVP, Banco do Brasil and FIVB for Brazil Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Pri Lima 0:52 - Welcome to Pri 1:58 - Life in Brazil & Volleyball Beginnings 4:50 - Louisiana Ties 8:12 - Optimum Beach 13:54 - Certainty, Courage, and Ballsy Over Confidence 20:22 - Work Smarter, Not Harder: Energy Management 26:32 - Mental Efficiency with Your Athletes 29:20 - Building Relationships with Your Athletes 34:01 - BB Commercial 34:10 - Mental Health Discussion 40:51 - Character, Values, and Real Inclusion 48:12 - Understanding How to Form Deep Human Connection 58:39 - One Piece of Advice 1:01:30 - Where Can People Connect with You? 1:01:53 - Thank You 1:02:13 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Pri - IG - @optimumbeach ; @prilima13 ; @BVWCA FB - Optimum Beach ; BVWCA (Beach Volleyball Women’s Coaches Alliance) https://optimumbeach.us/0 comments0
- Embracing the Change of Being a Lifelong Athlete with Mark RyallKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “The daughter initiated and the father followed.” 8:50 “It’s hard as a parent to just sort of separate yourself from them and do what’s best for them, not what’s best for you and makes you feel good. You have to think of their long term future.” 12:37 “You lose about one percent of your aerobic capacity per year on average at that age.” 25:25 “They are very serious researchers that claim they will eradicate what they see as the ‘disease’ of aging.” 27:29 “That’s actually how the two books tie in, right, is mortality, getting the most out of your life, if you’re mortal, and we’ll always be mortal.” 30:19 “It’s never too late to inject that into your life” 31:27 “As you get older, you actually sleep a little less.” 39:16 “I wish I had explored a little more, getting some assistance.” 51:12 Guest Bio - Mark Ryall recently retired from teaching economics at Hillfield Strathallan College in Hamilton, Ontario. His first love in coaching was always cross country running, a sport which he felt made students stronger mentally and physically, and which promoted teamwork and mutual support. The speculative fiction Age-Decoded is Mark’s first novel. He wrote it to educate himself and the world about the imminent tsunami of genetic engineering. CRISPR-like technology will impact humans in physical and psychological ways, thus fundamentally affecting what it means to be human. The story peers 100-200 years into the future, allowing the reader to critically imagine this new scientific frontier. Mark has also just published his second book, Run Daughter, Run Father, which provides stories, anecdotes, and scientific advice on running and racing. It highlights the training adventures of him and his daughter Stephanie, whom Mark coached and ran with. The insights are targeted at younger and older age-group competitors. Mark also competes in triathlons and represented Canada in the 2019 World Age-Group Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland. He also recently qualified for the World Age-Group Championships in Spain in 2023. As hobbies, Mark enjoys acrylic art and snooker. His education includes BSc, MBA, and PhD (University of Toronto). Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Mark Ryall 1:03 - Welcome to Mark Run Daughter, Run Father 1:26 - Athletic Background 3:16 - Cross Country & Running Marathons 7:01 - ‘ Run Daughter, Run Father ’ by Mark Ryall 16:32 - Lessons from Your Book 19:35 - Running for Time 23:52 - Master’s Competitions & ‘ Age-Decoded ’ Book 25:53 - BB Commercial 26:02 - Interesting Research Findings 30:34 - Staying Content in a Long Term Athletic Career 33:00 - My Failure at the Last World Games in Switzerland 38:28 - Other Pillars of Health Outside of Training for Aging Athletes 39:58 - What is Snooker? 41:32 - Swimming Discussion 45:58 - Runner’s High 50:48 - One Piece of Advice 55:45 - Daughter’s Role in Writing the Book 56:22 - New Writing Concepts 57:27 - Where Can People Find You? 58:49 - Thank You 59:32 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Mark - Book: https://books2read.com/b/4jqeVY?edit=maybe-later Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/Mark-Ryall-2 Run Free0 comments0
- The Power of a Caring Coach with Marc PaisantKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “I used humor when I was young to really mask insecurities.” 4:17 “We can be intentional about how I can help myself and how I can help others.” 17:33 “My life was my priority.” 20:20 “There’s life around you that you’re missing because you’re living in a game we played 3 hours ago.” 23:11 “The only thing we really talk about is the choices that she makes.” 24:22 “Little messes become big messes.” 29:26 “We have the ability to teach these kids more than we ever knew. Like, we have a chance to give them so much more complex information.” 37:07 “You remember those coaches who literally just cared.” 43:41 “Winning is the byproduct of hard work and luck sometimes.” 45:59 “I think I was put on this Earth to teach kids how to win and lose respectively.” 48:27 “Coaches, we need to listen more to our players; they’ll tell us.” 56:21 “The advice I would give would literally be, you know, ‘You’re enough, you literally are enough” 57:05 Guest Bio - Marc Paisant is the creator and host of the Relatively Normal podcast. In his show, he shares his experiences with ADHD, anxiety and depression. He shows that no one is alone and there is always someone willing to listen and assist when it comes to coping and managing all kinds of stress. He is an advocate for therapy and counseling and talks about his years of therapy that he has used to manage his mental health. As a former collegiate athlete, Marc uses physical fitness to assist with his mental health. He has learned that both can be combined and used to help work through any life issue. His goal is to inspire others to ask for help and to end the stigma when it comes to mental health and awareness. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Marc Paisant 1:02 - Welcome to Marc 1:43 - Early Life & Sports Background 5:34 - Comparison Life As A Twin 9:08 - Building the Confidence to Become a Collegiate Athlete 13:34 - Freshman Year & Realizing I Needed Therapy 21:02 - Kids Are Quitting Sports For A Reason 23:51 - Impulse Control with My Oldest Daughter 28:03 - BB Commercial 28:12 - Choices & Consistency Matter 30:31 - Social Media Challenges Facing Kids & Mental Health Implications 35:11 - Promoting a Value System 36:18 - Understanding the Advantages Our Kids Have & Teaching them More 38:31 - Importance of Public Speaking & “Soft” Skills 41:12 - Emotionally Connected Teachers & Coaches Are Game Changers 42:24 - Coaching My Girls in Soccer & Basketball 44:07 - Advice to Parents on Keeping Sports Fun 47:27 - Positive Aspects of Coaching 50:20 - Connection Between Mental & Physical Health 56:38 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 59:17 - Where Can People Connect with You? 1:01:40 - Thank You 1:02:15 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Marc - IG - @relativelynormalpodcast @paisant_fitness https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcpaisant/0 comments0
- Thinking Independently In A Polarized World with Naffele NikitaKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “You just need to invest in myself, and work with someone else.” 7:22 “And now I’m able to see some of this stuff a little bit more clear because I don’t have all the other external things.” 19:18 “The idea I think a little bit more is just having a little bit more thought and intention behind even small simple things that we’re doing in the morning.” 21:19 “It’s doing these two things when I didn’t even see the results and I still kept doing it, and doing it, and doing it.” 24:59 “I think having more tools in the tool box to help, like navigate all of these situations.” 30:10 “Listen to the other person a little bit more, perhaps taking a little bit more time.” 31:59 “You can't really have an opinion about something that you don’t know anything about anymore.” 49:47 “How does this serve you?” 52:40 “Feelings are not necessarily facts.” 1:02:02 “You need to create multiple versions of yourself.” 1:11:19 “Don’t listen to the other people who aren’t doing it.” 1:12:18 Guest Bio - Naffele has spent her entire life being curious and always asking questions. Her desire to learn has led to a colorful life starting with competitive figure skating and public speaking as a child, foreign student exchanges in high school and later in life studying martial arts. This eventually led to years of coaching Crossfit and then becoming a gym owner. Naffele sold her gym in 2019 and since that time she has discovered a new path for herself. One that is based on conscious creating - creating a life of expression and authenticity through coaching, art and writing. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Naffele Nikita 1:03 - Welcome to Naffele 1:33 - Where Are You From & What Do You Do Everyday? 2:58 - Sports Experience 4:58 - Finding Brian McKenzie’s Work 10:59 - What Did You Figure Out During this Transition? 15:55 - Tips for Recognizing Burnout 19:58 - What Does Being A Conscious Creator Mean to You? 26:47 - Deviated Septum Discussion 29:23 - Perspective on Positive Changes from the Pandemic 33:58 - Lockdown in Ontario, Canada 36:57 - BB Commercial 37:07 - Using Social Media to Connect & Build Relationships 40:26 - Living on the Canada/US Border During the Pandemic 48:23 - Is Canada Divided Over the Pandemic? 50:08 - Balancing Consumption of Mainstream Media & Lack of Information 53:03 - Making an Informed Opinion & Decision on Firearms 1:01:23 - Truth & Perspective are Two Sides of the Same Coin 1:08:30 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 1:12:45 - Where Can People Find You to Connect? 1:13:08 - Thank You 1:13:22 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Naffele - IG - @naffelenikita Blog - www.lifebynikita.com0 comments0
- What I Meant to Say Dec 28 · 55m Don’t Be Fragile with Austin JochumKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes “You can offer people light in their life.” 3:00 “He had earned that leadership and I respected that.” 5:40 “Right or wrong, he would speak his mind and if he was wrong, he’d say he was wrong and if he was right he’d say he was right.” 7:21 “I view the Brian like this supercomputer.” 8:06 “Regardless, win or lose, I’m still worth something.” 10:59 “The bounceback from the failure is super important because failure’s the only way you grow.” 11:09 “It’s even cooler to watch the flow state of life.” 13:49 “To be a leader nowadays, all you have to do is stand for something, and I think it’s easy to stand for something if you’re self confident and you know your self worth.” 22:09 “Are you opening yourself up as a coach?” 27:11 “If you need me, I’ve done something seriously, seriously wrong.” 32:37 “Human beings are not fragile. You’re one of the most resilient species in the universe that we know of.” 33:07 “Be yourself, man!” 43:53 “Spend time really knowing who yourself is.” 45:55 “You don’t need to have the best story if you can tell the best story.” 51:42 Guest Bio - Austin Jochum is a former college football player and the owner of Jochum Strength Training. He believes that every person has the ability to change their life for the better, both physically and mentally. Everyone experiences valleys and the mountains in their life, and as a Certified Strength Coach, (CSCA) he helps people of all ages bring their lives out of these valleys to accept the challenge and climb their mountains. Through both in person and online training and life coaching, he helps people become the best versions of themselves and optimize their potential. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Austin Jochum 0:52 - Welcome to Austin 1:43 - Athletic Background & Starting this Journey 4:22 - Selfless Love in a Male Figure Created Confidence 9:33 - Framing a Mistake with Your Athletes 12:31 - Cultivating an Environment Where Learning from Mistakes in Celebrated 16:12 - Typical Age of Your Clients 17:48 - Challenges Facing Collegiate Athletes 22:19 - BB Commercial 22:28 - Learning Self-Awareness, Self-Identity, and Confidence in a Competitive Collegiate Culture 30:38 - Coaching the Concept “Don’t Be Fragile” 36:23 - Integration of Mind, Body, & Spirit 39:47 - Connecting Your Life Story to Your Purpose 43:42 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 49:29 - Your Writing Routine 53:58 - Grateful for this Conversation, Thank You 54:19 - Where Can People Connect With You? 55:35 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Austin - www.jochumstrength.com IG - @austinjochum0 comments0
- Life, Energy & Taking Real Care of the Planet with Jessica PaquetteKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “I’m gonna make the cleanest oil and gas that we have until someone that’s smarter than me figures out another plan.” 4:07 “We have to work together and we have to honor and respect the Earth for her to provide for us too.” 6:46 “We need to cut the delusion factor out of it and we need to work together to be able to, as humans, make this work.” 7:42 “Local is sustainable. It’s farm to table.” 17:27 “The problem is we're not looking at the full carbon life cycle of this stuff.” 18:36 “The state of California could be totally independent, energy independent, if it did it right.” 21:42 “Us pointing fingers is the problem.” 33:41 “Capitalism at its best is things that are not needed anymore will phase out.” 40:43 “Everyone should admit when they’re wrong.” 45:42 “If you can’t admit you made a mistake, like how are we supposed to be better? How are we supposed to grow?” 45:51 “You have to honor the Earth.” 58:53 Guest Bio - Jessica Paquette is an Environmental, Health and Safety Manager for an oil company in California. Jessica has a chemistry degree from UCSD and is passionate about all forms of energy. She is also a kundalini yoga teacher, sound healer, and a kitchen alchemist. She is passionate about honoring the energy of the earth and making a life better for all humanity. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Jessica Paquette 1:02 - Welcome to Jessica 2:19 - Education & Work Background 6:19 - Regulatory Aspect of Oil & Gas in California 8:18 - Visiting Oil Fields in LA County 10:10 - How Does the Corporate World Respond to You? 11:52 - Respect of Natural Resources 14:02 - Where is the Middleground in the Current Plan? 18:07 - Problems with Solar Energy 21:05 - What’s Going On with Oil Use in LA County? 25:19 - Regulators in California Vs. Another State 27:14 - Why Do You Have to Burn Excess Gas? 30:17 - We Need to Work Together to Change the Perspective on Oil & Gas 34:05 - BB Commercial 34:14 - Questioning Motives of the Rule & Law Makers 37:36 - How Do People Feel in the Oil Industry? 39:04 - Impact on Oil Companies & It’s Employees in LA County 41:38 - Balance of Natural, Renewable, & Oil/Gas Resources 43:38 - This is The Science 48:02 - It’s All About Educating People on the Power of the World 58:19 - Jess is in Our Climate Challenge Documentary Coming Soon 1:00:05 - One Piece of Advice 1:01:50 - Thank You 1:02:08 - WIMTS Podcast Closing0 comments0
- Living a Life of Vitality with Case BradfordKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “The more you learn about fighting, the less you want to get in a fight.” 7:39 “Inside all of us is this thing called intuition.” 14:53 “I believe at our core we are creative beings.” 17:50 “There is a triple bottom line; you’re helping, you know, you’re making money, you’re helping people, you’re helping the planet.” 21:31 “There’s no losing in Jiu Jitsu, only learning.” -Case quoting Hanna Gracey @ 26:21 “Just looking at losing as learning, then you’re always winning!” 28:06 “We are expressions of the choices that we make over time.” 37:19 Guest Bio - Case Bradford was raised in the snowy woods of New Hampshire and moved to the sunny beaches of LA to work within conscious capitalism. As an amateur artist, activist, and athlete - Case is exploring and sharing ideas around intuitive eating, movement practice, the power of Nature, regenerative food, cycling as transit, multi day fasting, creativity, and flow. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Case Bradford 0:56 - Welcome to Case 1:45 - Hometown & Family Background 4:13 - Did You Play Sports Growing Up? 5:19 - Difference in Sports Experience & Functional Movement 8:07 - Mental Health Struggle 11:43 - Different Nutrition & Diets for Different Humans 17:17 - Tell Us About Your Writing 19:18 - Creating is Greater than Consumption 22:24 - Walking the Walk & Picking Up Plastic 24:32 - Some of Case’s Writing & View on Optimism 28:10 - BB Commercial 28:19 - Did You Always Believe You Can Create the Life You Want? 33:47 - Your Day Job at Thrive Market 35:58 - Personal Coaching, Connecting with Case, and Holistic Health 40:13 - Loneliness of Evolution 42:56 - Looking in the Mirror & the Courage to Change 44:32 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 46:11 - What is Your Vision & Hope for the Impact of Your Evolution? 47:43 - Multi Day Fasting 54:46 - Where Can People Find You? 55:20 - Thank You 55:55 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Case - Homepage- http://casebradford.com/ IG - @casebradford https://www.instagram.com/casebradford/ Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/casebradford Twitter - https://twitter.com/casbrad Books Mentioned: Biochemical Individuality by Roger Williams Beyond Fasting by Dr. Daniel Pampa0 comments0
- How to Leave a Legacy with Shawn LedigKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “Fifteen minute power nap is perfect for me!” 7:32 “I have to give a lot of credit to my team.” 9:08 “You gotta leave your ego at the door.” 12:30 “I don’t do anything to damage my body. Like I said, it’s the only true thing that we, as an individual, as a human being, we own, is our bodies.” 19:51 “If you don’t have a mentor in something you want to be successful in, go get you one.” 23:19 “You’ve got to have a support group.” 23:36 “One thing I’ve learned is that age is nothing but a number.” 28:36 “Energy matters in the sense of what you bring, what others bring, what others will take from you, we talked about energy vampires last time, that’s a real thing.” 51:49 “You can feel people’s light.” 55:13 “Ego will do nothing for you in this life.” 56:49 “You’re not gonna beat me because I’m going to win in the end. So if I'm not winning, it’s not the end.” 1:02:47 “You think you have problems until you see what other people are going through.” 1:04:24 Guest Bio - Shawn Ledig is a Louisiana native and athlete for life who uses every bit of what he has learned on the court and the mat to become a better human and set an amazing example for the next generation. From humble beginnings, to college basketball, professional beach volleyball, to becoming a World Champion in jiu jitsu at age 46, to being a husband, husband, father, son, and friend…not to mention a structural engineer and small business owner, Shawn is here not just to level up his own game, but inspire others to do the same. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Shawn Ledig 1:02 - Welcome to Shawn 2:04 - A Day in Your Life 3:35 - Tell Us About Business & Work 7:45 - Second Part of the Day 8:42 - Let’s Get into Jiu Jitsu! 11:35 - What Can Jiu Jitsu Do For Emotional Regulation? 14:57 - Learned Patience & Journaling 17:00 - Sustainable High Performance with Aging 25:05 - Jiu Jitsu End of Year Travel Plan 32:29 - Special Olympics Journey 43:31 - BB Commercial 43:40 - Likely My Favorite Medal & the Cole Story 46:39 - Growth, Gold Medal, and New Goal 50:51 - Understanding Energy in the World 56:41 - No Room for the Ego 59:27 - What Does Conscious Capitalism Mean to You? 1:04:46 - One Piece of Advice for the Second Time 1:08:08 - Ways to Connect With You 1:09:17 - Thank You 1:09:41 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Shawn - IG - @rome_wasnt.built_in_a_day ; @titan_performancevolleyball FB - Shawn Ledig Energy Matters by Barbara Niveyro, Julieta Said, Kateryna Zoryana0 comments0
- A Gold Medal Mindset with Kent SteffesKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “Irrespective of what your political opinions might be, nevermind, what they are, it’s always great to see, like leaders, natural leaders.” 7:16 “Being an Olympic Gold Medalist and player, I like winners. Even in politics, I like winners, both sides. You don’t have to like someone’s politics to like how good they are.” 7:42 “So there’s really only two reasons why you lose a volleyball match; you’re better and you lose or they’re better and you lose.” 19:30 “If you want to be the world’s best beach volleyball player, I say it all the time, ok, you hit it where they’re not.” 27:07 “So you wanna get 25% better, stop looking at the ball.” 28:21 “You’re not trying to dig the ball, you’re trying to get in the right spot.” 29:31 “There’s nothing that happens to you that's not normal and natural.” 32:35 “If you try to run away from that, you’re kind of running away from yourself, and I don’t know if that’s gonna work.” 35:57 “It’s not what happens to you, it’s how you interpret it that will get you in trouble all the time.” 40:17 “My dad got me to the coaches that were gonna make me better.” 46:03 “Competitive greatness is wanting to be there at that moment.” 55:36 Guest Bio - Kent Steffes is one of beach volleyball’s all time greats. Hw earned the AVP No. 1 ranking at age 22, the youngest player to do so in the history of the sport. Steffes and Karch Kiraly won the inaugural beach volleyball gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Steffes' career lasted from 1988 until 1999, and in 2020 was inducted into the USA Volleyball Hall of Fame as All-Time Great Male Beach Player Award. Steffes graduated from UCLA in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in economics. In 2000 he enrolled in the Graduate School of Business at Stanford, where he graduated in 2002. He has two children and lives in Los Angeles where he writes and works in the financial industry. Steffes is the co-author of the book Kings of Summer: The Rise of Beach Volleyball, which chronicles the rise of beach volleyball from a 1970s rebel culture to inclusion in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Intro 0:32 - Introducing Kent Steffes 0:53 - Welcome to Kent 1:24 - AVP Beach Volleyball in Fresno During the 90’s 3:59 - Background in California Politics 7:52 - Attributes of a Winner & Role of MainStream Media 11:26 - Where Do You Get Your News? 13:40 - 1996: 1st Year for Beach Volleyball in the Olympics 15:45 - Two Best Friends Become Mortal Enemies 21:42 - Playing with Karch Kiraly & How to Raise a Champion 23:30 - My Kids Play Softball & Football 24:02 - Training Competition with Your Kids 32:04 - BB Commercial 32:13 - Preparation & Acceptance of Anxiety 41:28 - Sports are Challenging & Teach Us How to Handle Adversity 42:50 - Fascinated with Winning 44:53 - Role of Better Coaching 48:58 - Concept of Ego Death 50:59 - Playing Free & Practicing 56:13 - Miles Partain & AVP Ranks 57:53 - Stanford Business School & Beach Volleyball Business Plan 1:03:20 - Beach Volleyball Player Personalities 1:06:37 - Business Plan Can Work for Any Olympic Style Sport 1:09:14 - Streaming of Beach Volleyball & College Sports 1:13:10 - Kent’s Ideal Sports Podcast & Sports Lessons 1:15:09 - One Piece of Advice 1:19:30 - Where Can People Find You? 1:20:52 - WIMTS Closing Links & Where to Find Kent - Book: Kings of Summer by Kent Steffes & Travis Merwhirter News Sources: Colonel Cassad; Telegram; The Sacker; Mood of Alabama; The Son of the New American Revolution FB - @Kent Steffes Email - Kent@kentsteffes.com Phone - 310.991.53680 comments0
- Aging, Acting & the NFL - A Patriots Perspective with Pete KochKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “How many people want to be where I am right now?” 6:57 “Anybody looking for motivation from the outside is not the right person to be playing at the highest level, it’s gotta come from inside.” 7:16 “Here’s an owner of the Raiders saying that, ‘You the former players are my family!’” 16:16 “Having somebody that believes in you is so powerful.” 29:05 “No news is bad news in Hollywood.” 33:20 “I would say the great ones need, you know, to be resilient less often because they’re dominating, you know, more regularly than the other players.” 34:05 “I think that it’s fair to say that Heartbreak Ridge has been a tremendous recruiting tool.” 49:56 “I don’t think there’s any organization in the world that can help people optimize themselves, personally like the military can.” 1:02:43 “By the way, I’m not fixing this shoulder as a 60 year old for a 60 year old, I’m fixing it for the 80 year old version of me.” 1:19:14 “Believe in yourself.” 1:25:27 “The hardest a job is to do, the more you have to be able to have fun while you do it, or else it becomes just a burden.” 1:26:43 Guest Bio - Pete Koch is from Long Island, NY, and played football at the University of Maryland, then was drafted to the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1984 Draft. He spent a total of 6 years in the NFL; first with the Bengals, then the Chiefs, and finally landed at the Los Angeles Raiders. He also spent some time in Hollywood as an actor, starring as The Swed in Clint Eastwood’s Heartbreak Ridge, and now, he’s a fitness professional that works to spread fitness knowledge to aging humans and athletes. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Pete Koch 0:48 - Welcome to Pete 1:14 - Drafted to Cincinnati Bengals in 1984 from University of Maryland 5:53 - Converting Starter Mentality to Backup Mentality 9:12 - Los Angeles Raiders & It’s Alumni Family 17:00 - What’s Different in the NFL Today from When You Played? 22:04 - From Long Island, NY & Background in Acting 31:16 - BB Commercial 31:25 - Hearing the Word “No” in Sports & Theater 34:05 - Being Great Comes Down to the Details in the Preparation 38:38 - Audition for Heartbreak Ridge with Clint Eastwood 44:04 - My Role in Heartbreak Ridge 47:21 - Clint Eastwood’s Gran Torino 48:42 - Backstory of Heartbreak Ridge & Recruiting Tool for the Marines 52:16 - Power of the Military & Life Lessons Learned from Serving 1:03:45 - Physical Fitness & Health Span Discussion 1:15:26 - How Do We Stay At Our Best? 1:20:34 - Be Your Own Best Health Practitioner 1:25:09 - One Piece of Advice 1:31:49 - Thank You 1:32:01 - Where Can People Find You? 1:32:36 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Pete - IG - @petekoch LinkedIn - Pete Koch0 comments0
- What I Meant to Say Nov 18 · 1h 25m Special Release - The Future of Health and Healing with Dr. Kent HoltorfKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “Everyone is sick now with chronic muliti-system illnesses that our system is not set up to fix.” 1:31 “I also found that fast food, the body acts like it’s an infection.” 6:14 “Even the CDC says that 80% of people have at least one chronic illness due to the involution of the thymus.” 7:44 “A peptide is basically a chain of amino acids, right, and if it’s longer, by arbitrary definition if it’s longer than 40 amino acids, it’s a protein and if it’s less, it’s a peptide.” 9:19 “We’re finding that emotional stress is probably the worst thing for your immune system, for your aging.” 12:44 “An addiction has to do with inflammation of the brain.” 22:45 “The days of just relying on your doctor are gone, you are going to get terrible care.” 27:40 “Everything has its place, but they want to give it to everybody.” 30:45 “Mass cells are the cells that, one of the cells, or main cell that cause inflammation.” 34:34 “If a Doctor says ‘I don’t know,’ stay with them because I’m telling you that means they’re a good doctor.” 39:34 “JAMA said it takes, on average, a proven new concept, let’s just say peptides, it takes on average 17 years to get accepted into mainstream medicine.” 59:14 “One of the best ways to prevent breast cancer, take progesterone. One of the best ways to cause breast cancer, take progestin.” 1:11:50 “The number one thing we can do is stay curious about our own health and keep asking questions and finding the right doctors.” -Wendy @1:13:53 “Kaiser will bonus a Doctor at the end of the year for the least amount of money they spend on a patient.” 1:18:58 “Doctors are miserable, right, in the insurance model, so I mean, they’re not really the problem; and they want to get out, but they don’t know how.” 1:23:50 Guest Bio - Dr. Holtorf’s desire to help those suffering from undiagnosed health concerns stems from his own personal health journey. In medical school, he suffered from terrible fatigue, barely able to function. He was told by numerous specialists that he was depressed or stressed, and simply needed to get more sleep and exercise more. As he discovered a treatment protocol that helped his symptoms, he knew there were many others suffering the same way he had. As a result, he opened centers treating patients with similar issues, who had seen countless physicians only to be told that nothing was wrong with them, yet they felt horrible. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Dr. Kent Holtorf 0:47 - Welcome to Dr. Holtorf 1:46 - What’s the Focus of Your Practice? 4:24 - Immune Dysfunction is at the Core of Chronic Illness & Aging 8:38 - What is a Peptide? 10:38 - Dr. Holtorf’s Personal Health Crisis 13:58 - Getting to the Root Cause 17:23 - Testing & Diagnosing the Thyroid & Uses of T3 21:18 - STAR Report on Anti-Depressants & Bipolar Patients 23:37 - Health Care Reform Discussion 29:35 - Guise of ‘Evidence Based Medicine’ 30:50 - Contrasting Pharmaceutical Drugs & Peptides 37:01 - Treating Autistic Kids 39:46 - Doctors & How They Use Or Don’t Use Available Research 45:55 - BB Commercial 46:04 - The Keys to Longevity 48:02 - Elite Culture & Peptide Access for the Masses 49:40 - Type of Patients that Peptides Help 59:44 - Practical Ways You Are Informing Other Doctors About Peptides 1:01:50 - What Questions Should Patients Be Asking Their Doctors? 1:04:17 - Recommendations for Finding Doctors Like You & Politics in Medicine 1:07:59 - Hardest Part is Delivering the Peptide 1:10:41 - The Hormone Discussion on Progesterone Vs. Progestin 1:12:52 - Removing the Ego & Money 1:14:38 - How to Connect with Dr. Holtorf 1:19:34 - Treating Vets with PTSD 1:21:09 - Ask Simple Questions, then Go Find Integrative Medicine 1:24:42 - Thank You 1:25:26 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Dr. Kent Holtorf - https://holtorfmed.com/ Integrative Peptides IG - @holtorfmedicalgroup0 comments0
- The Genetics of Risk Taking with Brian & Jesse BeilmannKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “I never thought of it as a risk taking job, I just thought of it as a way to keep surfing.” -B @3:42 “You sleep better at night after you’ve had all that exercise.” -B @4:39 “I just kinda fell in love with the structure and the, you know, physical aspect of what the military, or at least that military program provided.” -J @6:57 “Especially initially one of the big differences is you kind of have to relax a little bit.” -J @17:53 “Obviously, ‘Better Medicine’ I believe is what they refer to it as, is incredible. The results we’ve seen from it, fantastic!” -B @30:52 “I went to the Holtorf Medical Group and I got a series of different peptides, stem cells, weekley IVs, biweekly IVs sometimes, and everything in conglomeration with each other was really the thing that kind of kick started the healing process for me.” -J @31:40 “In the end, the person has to be more important than the profit.” -W @36:48 -”If we can’t figure out a way to take care of our Veterans, we better quit having wars.” -B quoting John Stewart @38:56 “You learn from mistakes and you learn from successes and just soak it all up, that’s what life’s all about.” -J @1:02:10 Guest Bio - Brian Beilmann is an internationally renowned photographer. With his images gracing more than 150 magazine covers, the pages of 30 books and appearing in iconic magazines like Rolling Stone, Men’s Journal, National Geographic and Sports Illustrated, he is recognized worldwide to be a photographer at the very top of his field. He captures the entire surf lifestyle and continues to push the boundaries of photography both above and below the water. Brian was the senior staff photographer for TransWorld Surf Magazine for it’s 14 years of existence and is currently the go to guy for Volcom, a manufacturer of surf and lifestyle clothing. Jesse is a Decorated United States Air Force Combat Controller who served as a United States Air Force Veteran with 6 years of Active Duty Special Operations (2011-2017). He also served in Afghanistan and Africa. His other honors include; Army Commendation Medal with Valor, Air Force Commendation Medal (2), Air Force Good Conduct Medal (2), NATO Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Air Force Longevity Service Medal, and an Air Force Training Ribbon Medal. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Brian & Jesse Bielmann 1:08 - Welcome to Brian & Jesse 2:10 - Brian’s Risk Taking Career & Famous Surfers He’s Photographed 6:03 - Jesse’s Risk Taking DNA Led Him to Military Service 9:18 - Air Force Combat Controller Vs. Navy Seal Roles & Training 11:10 - Brian’s Perspective on Son’s Combat Controller Choice 14:40 - Comradery When Deployed 16:46 - Jesse’s Service, Deployment, & Reentering Civilian Life 21:26 - Physical Challenges 26:46 - Asking for Help & GoFundMe 29:47 - Combat Controller Foundations & Holtorf Medical Group Showed Up 32:51 - BB Commercial 33:01 - Intro to Peptides & Conscious Capitalism 39:08 - How Did the Supportive Surf Community Make Brian Feel? 41:59 - Grateful to Be American & Human 44:20 - Jesse’s Tattoos & Beads 44:54 - 43 Years in Surf Photography & Getting Back into the Water 47:47 - Better Medicine is Here! 50:53 - Other Holistic Practices 53:08 - Brian’s Conclusion on Risk Taking Similarities with Jesse 57:50 - One Piece of Advice 1:00:19 - Jesse’s Advice to a Struggling Teenager 1:02:20 - Where Can People Find You? 1:04:04 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Brian & Jesse - Combat Control Foundation First There Foundation IG - Brian @brianbielmann Email - Jessebielmann@icloud.com0 comments0
- Leadership, Patriotism, and Sports with Karl DardenKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “Well I think that first of all, to go there, you have to have some baseline love with patriotism.” 4:56 “We want top notch people just like anybody else, just like any other organization, and it’s not gonna thrive unless we have those people.” 9:25 “I mean, the Naval Academy has one of the best Glee Club and Choirs in the Country.” 21:32 “The Naval Academy is a hard place to be, but a great place to be from!” - Karl quoting Anonymous @ 23:56 “They worked just as hard as the others, right, in their respective disciplines to be as good as they can be and they are elite at that level. It’s just that nobody knows about it.” 33:51 “Stay connected to the game, even if you’re just playing with your buddies at the park or whatever.” 38:43 “Take off the blinders and see what’s going on around you a little bit more.” 48:09 Guest Bio - Karl is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, a 20 year veteran, a former helicopter pilot, and a chronic Navy Sports fan. His enthusiasm for all Navy Sports led him to create the Navy Sports Nation blog in January 2020. One year later, Karl started Navy Sports Central, which is the Official Podcast of the Navy Sports Nation. Typical guests have included Navy coaches, former Navy athletes, and podcasters who cover sports for teams that Navy might happen to play during the year. The athletes who compete at the Academy are the country's best and brightest, who will later go on to serve in the Navy or Marine Corps. They consistently perform at an elite level despite all of their other competing demands. Karl’s goal is to shine a light on these athletes as best he can and tell their stories. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Karl Darden 0:53 - Welcome to Karl 1:33 - Journey to the Naval Academy 4:36 - Personality & Character Strengths for Military Academies 6:23 - Messaging for Next Generation & Naval Academy Prospects 10:30 - How Old are Your Kids? 11:13 - Participation in Sports is a Difference Maker in Life 16:35 - How is the Athlete Experience Different at the Naval Academy? 19:39 - What Kind of Support Do Cadets Receive During the First Year or Two? 22:03 - BB Commercial 22:12 - Learning How to Ask for Help 23:00 - Positives You Gain from the Challenges at the Naval Academy 25:54 - The Navy Sports Nation Blog Came Before the Podcast 29:40 - Navy Sports Central Podcast 32:55 - Pride in Untelevised Sports & Naval Academy Athletes 36:02 - Parenting Kid Athletes & Staying Connected to the Game 41:14 - Stories on the Navy Sports Scene 47:11 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 50:09 - Where Can People Connect with You? 50:48 - Favorite Naval Academy Sports Story 53:58 - Thank You 54:45 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Karl - Blog: The Navy Sports Nation Podcast: Navy Sports Central IG - @karldnavy84 ; @navysportsnation Twitter - @naVsportsnation0 comments0
- Celebrity Entrepreneur with Clint ArthurKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “As many as 30% of people in the world do not know who their actual father is.” 5:08 “How long do you believe before you give up on a dream?” 7:46 “He says 80% of success in life is about showing up.” -Clint quoting Woody Allen @ 11:26 “You win when you show up and you lose when you don’t.” 11:34 “Well, you ain't gonna make it if you fake it. You’ve gotta do the work!” 19:44 “I asked her (Oprah), ‘What’s the most important thing you ever learned?’ and she said, ‘You are responsible for your own success!’” 33:02 “I really think that luck comes from taking more swings. The more times you try, the more chances you have to get lucky.” 43:40 “I think you’ve got to be good in order to be lucky.” 44:00 “This is all deliberate work that I’ve done, but the Freedom, Power, and Adventure, hey, I live my life according to those three words.” 50:10 Guest Bio - Clint Arthur has shared the stage with Martha Stewart, Dr Oz, Suzanne Somers, Caitlyn Jenner, IceT, and five presidents of the United States at Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford, London Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, Mercedes, Porsche, Coca Cola, Microsoft, AT&T and the Royal Society of Medicine. His 21st bestselling book, “Wisdom Of The Men,” is nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Clint splits his time between homes in New York City, Los Angeles, and Acapulco, Mexico where he lives with his wife of 20 years, Ali, and Nova, their Billion Peso Puppy. Clint Arthur is an award-winning International Speaker at Harvard, Oxford, and Cambridge. He is involved with Nasdaq, CitiBanamex, MedicaSur, the London Stock Exchange, and the Royal Society of Medicine. He has made 115+ TV Appearances, including the TODAY SHOW, BBC, Sky News, Fox Business, CNN, HLN, etc. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Clint Arthur 0:55 - Welcome to Clint 1:33 - Wharton Business School & Family Background 5:22 - Investment Banker to Hollywood & Taxi Driving 8:10 - How Many Times Did You Revisit Saying ‘No’ to Investment Banking? 11:41 - Why Do People Struggle to Show Up? 13:07 - Get on TV & Become a Celebrity Entrepreneur 18:26 - Believing in Yourself so You Can Become Somebody Special 20:04 - Game Show Story from His ‘Wisdom of the Men’ book 31:02 - Be Better Commercial 31:11 - The Value of Preparation & Knowing Yourself 33:35 - How To Do the Lonely Work 40:06 - How Can People Connect with You? 43:24 - What Do You Believe About Luck? 44:10 - One Piece of Advice to Your Younger Self 46:54 - Freedom, Power, and Adventure 52:00 - Thank You 52:15 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Clint - Info on Seminars www.clinttt.com IG - @clintarthur.tv www.is.gd/wisdomofthemen/ All of Clint’s books can be found on Amazon.0 comments0
- Special Release - How to Advocate for Your Health as a Student-Athlete with Jade WaskomKey Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes - “What was interesting about this concussion compared to my last is the impact of it wasn’t as hard as previous concussions I had.” 5:07 “When you feel concussed immediately, you should step out!” 5:44 “It's a really hard thing to describe if you haven't been concussed before, but you truly feel like an alien almost. You don’t recognize yourself, you don’t recognize your mind, you don't recognize, situations feel ten times more awkward.” 8:28 “The most impactful thing was just reaching out.” 12:35 “I got to a place where, in the fall, where I was like, ‘I just want to be better. I don’t care about volleyball anymore, I don’t care about anything, I want to be able to recognize myself.’” 23:30 “That was the biggest struggle in the journey, you don’t feel like yourself because your mind is traumatized, but yet your mind controls everything.” 25:53 “My goal is to be free when I play volleyball now.” 31:32 “So I put on this almost, like just this mentality that everyone around me, I don’t care about your assumptions anymore, those are your assumptions. That’s not my experience.” 34:20 “The truest and most courageous decision was to step away and that was the harder decision to be doing, not the easier decision.” 40:24 “I mean I think one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned is not letting other people’s assumptions, expectations, voices become your own.” 45:43 Guest Bio - Jade Waskom grew up playing indoor and beach volleyball as early as age six. She pursued her Division 1 goals at Long Beach State University playing both indoor and beach volleyball. However, after freshman year and battling the pandemic, she switched to playing full-time on the beach team. Around March of 2021 Jade received her sixth concussion, which started her year and a half long struggle with post-concussion syndrome. This was an extremely tough battle, but led her to making the biggest transformations in her life. Show Notes - 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro 0:32 - Introducing Jade Waskom 1:00 - Welcome to Jade 2:18 - Childhood & Family Background 3:26 - March 17, 2021 & My 6th Concussion 10:10 - Dealing with Feelings 11:30 - Advice to Teammates on Being Supportive 13:49 - Feeling Unable to Advocate for Yourself 16:21 - Halfway Healing Vs. 100% Commitment to Healing 19:23 - Relaxation, Rest, & Recovery in Nature 22:15 - Fall 2021 25:07 - Cleared Spring 2022 & Starting Therapy 28:53 - BB Commercial 29:01 - Journey Back to Our True Self 30:24 - After Resting, How Did Things Start to Change For You? 35:05 - Month of Camping & Aligning with Yourself 38:00 - Hardest Part of Medical Retirement 43:06 - Where Do You Go From Here? 45:25 - One Piece of Advice 47:15 - Where Can People Find You? 48:02 - Bringing it Full Circle 49:36 - Deleting Social Media 51:37 - Thank You 52:18 - WIMTS Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Jade - IG - @jadewaskom Book Recommendation: Untamed by Glennon Doyle0 comments0
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