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#142 - Jordan Lacenski - SheWolf Collective

When Jordan Lacenski enters a room, you’ll know it. Her personality is magnetic, her energy palpable. Quick wit and a ready flash of smile will draw you into a conversation, and before you know it, you’ll feel like you’re already “in the fold.” Jordan is the “Boss” behind BrandBoss Creative, a brilliant strategist and motivator, and consummate entrepreneur. Her passion for building businesses through innovative branding and marketing is rooted in the desire to support her fellow...


#141 - Alissa LaChance of Dirt Rich Compost

Alissa LaChance is a 29-year-old female who grew up in the mountains in Whitefish, Montana. After starting to garden at the age of 16 she found her passion in the soil. After years of experience in farming, she found her true passion, COMPOST! That passion led her to co-found Dirt Rich Compost in 2015. That's when she realized compost, soil biology, and food waste reduction was the direction she was being called towards instead of starting my own vegetable farm. She has a degree in...


#140 - We're Back and We're with Kolby Kay!

WE'RE BACK!! KOLBY KOLIBAS is not just a Keynote Speaker and/or High-Performance Business Coach, he is a Corporate Executive, Best Selling Author, Film Producer, Video Course Creator, Relationship Selling Guru, Master of Social Media Marketing, and Devoted Father who is passionate about life, laughter & continuous learning. He is on the podcast this week. We recorded this in the fall and finally putting the episode out! Other Offerings and Stuff One on One Coaching: Do you want to...


#139 - Courtney Carver Talking About Being More With Less and Simple Simplicity

Courtney Carver changed her life by simplifying it after a devastating diagnosis in 2006. She’s the founder of bemorewithless.com and minimalist fashion challenge Project 333. Her new book Soulful Simplicity was published by Penguin Random House. Carver shows us the power of simplicity to improve our health, build more meaningful relationships, and relieve stress in our professional and personal lives. Mini Mission EBook - Patreon Bonus Find Courtney Website:...


#138 - Alicia Baker is Girl on a Hike

Alicia Baker moved to Utah partially because of her love of the outdoors. She knew when she started adventuring into the mountains she wanted a four-legged friend to go with her. By fate and chance, she was connected with a golden retriever she named Charlie. The two have been adventure buddies since the day she brought him home. Alicia created the website GirlonaHike.com to showcase places around Utah that are not only dog-friendly hikes but also off-leash dog-friendly hikes. Her...


#137 - Graham Roberts on Coaching the Mental Game of Top OCR Athletes and Business Professionals

Graham Roberts is the founder of Ispire Motivational Coaching. For years Graham has helped top business owners and athletes reach their peak potential. He fell in love with obstacle course racing through participating in several events in the United Kingdom. In the last couple of years, he has expanded his practice to include coaching the mental game of several obstacle racing world champions. On the podcast, we talk about the mental game of sport, how coaching can help you achieve your...


#136 - Erin Rost - 2018 World's Toughest Mudder 2nd Place Female

Erin Rost shocked the obstacle racing community just over a week ago when she finished second at the 2018 World's Toughest Mudder. I reached out to Rost to find out more about this 27-year-old Air Force Captain. In the conversation, we talk about attending the Air Force Academy, why jumping off a 37-foot-jump at World's Toughest Mudder was no big deal. We chat about both being goalies in college and the unique mindset it takes to play the position. As well we talk about World's Toughest...


#135 - Gina Lucrezi Founder of Trail Sisters

Gina Lucrezi’s roots stem from short distances on the track, but after a few wild jaunts on the trails, she was convinced to trade in her beloved speedy flat asphalt for rugged desolate mountain terrain. Her proudest achievements include a 5th place finish at the highly competitive CCC 100k (her first 100k), completing the Western States Endurance Run (100 miles), winning a USATF 10k Trail Champion title, and being awarded a 10 time NCAA All-American while in college (including one NCAA...


#134 - Rose Wetzel on Obstacle Racing and Motherhood

Rose Wetzel is back on the podcast! This time around we are talking about balancing motherhood and her career as a professional obstacle course racer. Rose has been a professional obstacle racer for years on the Spartan Pro Team, competed on American Ninja Warrior more than once, and is sponsored by some incredible companies. Getting to chat with Rose is always a pleasure as she is honest, raw, and shares how she feels. We talked about why she choose to let the Spartan Up Podcast into her...


#133 - Bea Johnson Pioneer of Zero Waste Home and Creating Less than a Jar of Waste a Year

Bea Johnson and her family produce one jar of waste per year since 2008. Bea founded ZeroWasteHome.com, a blog and Zero Waste Home book about waste-free living and the global rise of the zero waste lifestyle movement. With her positive outlook and simple 5R methodology, Bea initiated a global movement, inspiring hundreds of thousands of people to adopt waste-free living, open unpackaged shops, conceive reusable products, and launch organizations. She shatters misconceptions, proving that...


#132 - I am Not Your F**king Guru But I am Your Ally and What Alignment Coaching Means to Me

Ready to get real with an episode this one is raw and real. I have been talking about the offering alignment coaching for a bit in the intros for the show but haven't really told you my WHY. Well, this episode is all about why I want you to stop putting everyone else first, put your oxygen mask on first. I am not your guru, but I am your ally in my practice. I was inspired to give this solocast after the Badassery Magazine Love Your Damn Self Conference last weekend and the challenge...


#131 - Liz Thomas Founder of Treeline Review

Liz Thomas is a professional hiker, adventure conservationist, and outdoor writer who broke the women’s self-supported speed record on the 2,181-mile long Appalachian Trail. She is back for round two on the podcast, this time talking about her newest venture, Treeline Review. She's the author of Long Trails: Mastering the Art of the Thru-hike, which received the 2017 National Outdoor Book Award for Best Instructional book. We talked about her book back when she was first on the podcast...


#130 - Ashley Patterson - Executive Director of Wasatch Community Gardens - Talking Organic Gardening, Community Organization, and Importance of Good Organic Food for All

Community Garden organizations are one of the few places many urban dwellers can grow their own food. Wasatch Community Gardens is more than just a few plots of soil in Salt Lake City. On the podcast today we talk to the executive director, Ashley Patterson, about the importance of Community Gardens and the impact Wasatch Community Gardens has on those living in the Salt Lake City Valley. Ashley Patterson has been involved with Wasatch Community Gardens for more than a decade, serving...


#129 - Michelle Ford on Ultras, Obstacle Racing, Van Life, and living in Squamish, British Columbia

Michelle Ford lives in Squamish, British Columbia in Canada with her husband and two dogs. She has been racing OCR since 2012 and currently works as a coach and trainer. Race highlights include 1st 2015 Ultra Beast World Champs, 2nd at Whistler Toughest Mudder 2017, 3rd at World's Toughest Mudder 2017 and 3rd TMX Sacramento 2018. When not training or working she is busy climbing, mountain biking and doing all things Squamish. We recorded together before the Spartan World Championships in...


#128 - Dr. Michele Ross - Talks the Endocannabinoid System, Endocannabinoid Deficiency, and Vitamin Weed

Dr. Michele Ross is a leading endocannabinoid researcher and educator as well as fibromyalgia patient. She founded the first 501c3 nonprofit on cannabis for women’s health in 2013 and is now CEO of Infused Health, an online platform for cannabis health coaching. Dr. Ross is the author of “Vitamin Weed: A 4-Step Plan to Prevent and Reverse Endocannabinoid Deficiency”. Dr. Ross holds a Doctorate in Neuroscience from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and has researched...


#127 -Thea Wirsching - Evolutionary Astrologer Talks About Venus, Beauty, and How Many of our Traits Are Written in the Stars

Thea Wirsching is an Evolutionary Astrologer based in Long Beach, CA. Her counseling work focuses on liberating the effects of trauma in the birth chart to aid her clients in claiming more meaningful and powerful lives. Her recent work on the astrology of food is aimed at healing collective trauma around the current state of food production and consumption. A former academic, Thea has a Ph.D. in the history of American occultism, an expertise she's put to creative use in her project, The...


#126 - Tyler Tomasello - Photojournalist, Ultra Runner Talks Coaching Female Ultra Runners in Afghanistan

Tyler Tomasello has lived a couple lives in his time on this planet. At a young age, he was a professional snowboard competitor. After his competitive days were done he turned to Ultra Running and has competed in races around the world. A few years ago he picked up his camera and has been exploring the world of photojournalism ever since. He has combined his love of nature, people, and the outdoors into his work. He often tells the stories of the people who are normally missed by mainstream...


#125 - Samantha Parker and Kathy Rasmussen of Badassery Magazine - Empowering Women Globally in Business

Samantha Parker and Kathy Rasmussen co-founded Badassery Magazine and co-host the Badassery Podcast. Both Parker and Rasmussen are ridiculously passionate about living a life of true Badassery, by definition, rendering all onlookers as awestruck. The two women started Badassery Magazine as more than just a magazine, creating a global community of female entrepreneurs who live boldly, with passion-filled lives. Badassery has been featured on NowThis, The Daily Vee, Bold TV, and numerous...


#124 - Donna Cameron - On A Year of Living Kindly and Why Kindness Matters More Than Ever

Donna Cameron has spent her career working with nonprofit organizations and causes—as an executive, consultant, trainer, and volunteer. She has seen kindness in action and been awed by its power to transform. When she committed to a year of living kindly she considered herself a reasonably nice person (with occasional lapses into bitchiness), but she knew that true kindness was a step above—and over the course of that year, she learned that it takes practice, patience, and understanding . ....


#123 - Danielle Arsenault - Raw Food Chef - Talking The Plant Paradox, Incorporating Raw Foods into Your Diet, and Overall Health on a Plant Based Diet

Danielle Arsenault is a passionate Raw Food Chef and Educator. She has received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Drama Education and a post-grad degree from the Masters of Teaching Program both from the University of Calgary, a Living Foods Lifestyle Education Certification from the Ann Wigmore Institute in Puerto Rico, a Raw Food Educator Certificate from the Raw Foundation Culinary Arts Institute in Vancouver, a certificate in Permaculture Design from Sadhana Forest in Haiti and is also...