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Best Laura Tucker podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Laura Tucker podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Free Your Inner Guru Podcast™ is known for big conversations about conscious leadership, personal development, spirituality and the self help industry. You can become the leader you want to see in the world. Everything you need is inside of you. The Free Your Inner Guru™ Podcast is a safe space for personal growth where we gather to share stories and insights on how to connect to the wisdom within. We must each claim our voice – our inner guru – and use it. Loud, clear and decisive, that ...
 
A podcast by SYPartners about designing a future that’s made for all of us—and the best in us.Design, at its heart, is an act of service. It’s the work of solving problems for the benefit of others.But the world’s most complex challenges require something more comprehensive than our existing design frameworks. Climate change, migration, food distribution. The future of work and education. Bigotry, tribalism, and inequality. How do we design for problems that exist on a global scale? Problems ...
 
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On this episode we revisit an interview from January 2014 when Water Skier Erika Lang was just 18 years old and breaking records as the Women's World Champion Trick Water Skier at and had consistently topped the national rankings for the previous nine years. Now age 24 Erika, who started water skiing at the age of 2, had a banner year in 2019. A fe…
 
Kaira Tucker, I met her and I wanted to be her friend. With a smile on her face she tells us all about the positives a cemetery can bring to your life and how much they mean to her. She is the definition of interesting, she is a woman with a passion like no one else I have ever met, ya'll will love her as much as I do.…
 
This month as part of our focus on youth, The Lovely Biertrix talks to Kira Hesse about the upcoming Junior Roller Derby World Cup. We learned more about the challenges of training for a team that is geographically spread across the UK and the funding challenges facing the team. Join us to find out how you can support Team GB’s trip to Canada as we…
 
My guest is Alyse LaHue who has recently established a newsletter for women in the sport’s business because she said there is a gaping hole in this area of women’s sport. Alyse’s background is at the pointy end of the sports business. She is one of only two women currently holding the title of General Manager in the National Women’s Soccer league (…
 
Laura Kraihamer is an Austrian Motor Racing Driver currently with KTM Racing as a factory driver while also racing with the Giti Angels - an all-female team. Laura is in a strong position in her racing career with consistent results, and poised for another good year as she helps develop a new GT4 car. Cars are in her blood stream now although she d…
 
Monica Louie is a Facebook and Instagram ads strategist who loves helping ambitious online entrepreneurs increase their impact -- and profits! -- with high-converting ads. You might have seen her in Forbes, MichaelHyatt.com, or heard her on The Smart Passive Income Podcast.Monica started by blogging about her family’s journey out of debt. In two ye…
 
In this episode of Tucker Center Talks, Dr. Nicole M. LaVoi talks with Tucker Center Affiliated Scholar and Lecturer in the School of Kinesiology at the University of Minnesota, Dr. Chelsey Thul. They discuss her groundbreaking research pertaining to the development, implementation, and evaluation of culturally relevant physical activity programmin…
 
Chris Stafford and Nancy Gillen have the top stories from women's sport around the world. Stories covered on this week's show include: Coronavirus update: Thailand replace China in women's handball Olympic qualifying due to coronavirus India's women's hockey tour of China cancelled due to coronavirus Six Nations Rugby Coxsey becomes first British s…
 
Kathy Gruver, PhD has graced stages on four continents (including 2 TEDx), three cruise ships and a handful of islands. She hosts the TV show based on her first book, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet and has earned her PhD in Natural Health. Dr. Gruver is the twelve-time award-winning author of seven books including, Conquer Your Stress, Workplace …
 
These ladies, Meriden and Molly of Quidwell (formally CincyStateofBeing) are two chicks I truly love to adore and support. With their new branding and same classic values based in community and the art of giving, they tell us all about their latest adventure and what keeps them motivated day in and day out. Leaders in the wellness community here in…
 
This week’s guest is British Eventer Mary King and the reason we wanted to catch up with Mary is because she recently accomplished something significant in sport that had nothing to do with horses. Mary sailed the Southern Ocean from Cape Town to Sydney on Leg 3 of the Clipper Round the World Ocean Race. Sailing has always been a passion of Mary’s …
 
The Noyce Teaching Fellowship Program in the Patton College of Education at Ohio University provides interested students with the opportunity to earn a tuition-free Master’s Degree and certification to teach in a STEM field. Drs. Allyson Hallman-Thrasher and Danielle Dani, both faculty in the Department of Teacher Education, and Laura Diaco, a Noyc…
 
My guest is AJ Richards the founder of Women Belong in Baseball which was formed in 2015 to support, encourage, and advocate for girls and women in all aspects of baseball including playing, front office, coaching, scouting, umpiring, managing and journalism/media. AJ Richard grew up an avid baseball fan and dreamed of playing 3B for the Chicago Cu…
 
Why bother podcasting? What is the point of creating an online "show" and inviting guests to it? Robert breaks down the reason why you should create a podcast show AND appear on podcasts in order to land better joint ventures and affiliates.Resources Podcast Crusher WWHW: The BookBy Robert Plank
 
Drew Griffin is the Co-Founder of EverLinks.io, a service that affords anyone the ability to quickly create mobile optimized, quick loaded web pages and 'link in bio' extenders. Delicious Marketing is a marketing agency that leverages emerging technology to deliver results in the form of awareness, engagement and lead generation that convert to cus…
 
Sports Psychologist Dr. Jenny Susser and Chris Stafford are joined this week by International event rider Sinead Halpin. They discuss the highs and lows of competing at the highest level of equestrian sport and the personal journey that Sinead has taken from being a team member to then taking a break to get married and start a family. She is now wo…
 
Carol Owens, who is in her 20th season on the Notre Dame women’s basketball sideline, her 11th as associate head coach is the guest on this week's episode. Carol has helped lead the Fighting Irish to two national titles and is fresh off a banner year in which she was named the 2019 WBCA Division I Assistant Coach of the Year. Carol candidly shares …
 
Chris Stafford and Nancy Gillen have the top stories from women's sport around the world and this week are joined by Soccer Coach Julie Helmsley for the soccer news. Stories covered on this week's show include: Tennis - Australian Open Crowns New Champion Sofia Kenin bt Gabriela Muguruza. 4-6 6-2 6-2 CONCACAF - USA romps through Olympic Qualifiers …
 
Do you know someone you are proud to claim as your friend.. Someone who you love to brag about being close with because you are so freakin proud of them and love every part of their being.. This phenomenal woman right here is one of those people for me. In our conversation we talk about the importance of telling your personal story as Laura Cassine…
 
Former golf coach Marci Kornegay achieved a life goal in 2016 when she hiked the Appalachian Trail from Maine to Georgia, some 2179.1 miles. The early miles she did alone and then she met a group who were to become hiking buddies for months and friends every since. Marci decided at short notice when she would start on the trail giving herself only …
 
Former Irish Rugby International Nora Stapleton is leading the Women In Sport Policy at Sport Ireland and brings a wealth of experience to the post from grassroots to elite level as an Irish Rugby Player. The policy aims to increase female involvement across all areas of sport, from participation to visibility, coaching and officiating to leadershi…
 
On this first episode of Season 1, Dr. Nicole LaVoi, director of the Tucker Center, talks with Dr. Caroline Heffernan, an assistant professor of Sport and Recreation Management at Temple University. Her groundbreaking research is on gender allyship in sport contexts. We’ll talk about what she found in her research, what individuals can do to be gen…
 
Chris Stafford and Nancy Gillen are joined by Sports Columnist Joyce Bassett to discuss the top stories in women's sport and what to watch out for: Black Ferns Sevens Create History in Hamilton USWNT Beats Haita in Olympic Qualifier Shiffrin Wins Bansko Downhill and Super-G Isabell Werth makes it five-in-a-row at Amsterdam NCAA Division II ands III…
 
Dr Stuart Eisendrath is the author of When Antidepressants Aren’t Enough: Harnessing the Power of Mindfulness to Alleviate Depression and the founding director of the University of California San Francisco Depression Center. “One of the most important ingredients in self compassion is realizing that you are part of a large community. So if you’re s…
 
The rise of smart and mobile technology has opened many doors for students and teachers. Although we use our devices to share pictures of pets and to argue on social media, we also have access to information unimaginable even a few years ago. Therein lies the problem: mobile smart technology provides powerful opportunities for learning and for dist…
 
On this week’s episode we revisit a conversation that we had with Heather Blitz and Dr. Inga Wolframm about the differences between good and great riders. Is talent inherent in a rider or can it be learned? How do great riders handle pressure when the stakes are high? There are some tools that riders can acquire to help them cope with the psycholog…
 
On this episode of The WeCOACH Podcast, Megan Kahn chats with National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) executive director Carol Bruggeman. Carol’s leadership has guided the organization's impressive growth. Prior to her role with the NFCA, she was a longtime coach at Michigan, Purdue and Louisville, and is a sought-after national speaker and e…
 
Feeling bored is an opportunity to look within and make a shift. “I’m bored!” It’s tempting blame outside factors like the season or the weather when we’re feeling stuck or restless. In this week’s episode, you’ll hear what Laura’s mother said to her as a teenager that still rings true today. Boredom and stagnation can be an opportunity to look wit…
 
Chris Stafford and Nancy Gillen have the top stories around the world of women's sport including: Youth Olympic Games Is Megan Rapinoe the biggest threat to political neutrality at Tokyo 2020? Arsenal v Chelsea - Sam Kerr opens her account for Chelsea. Ueda joins ITU Executive Board as athlete representative Olympian Studebaker-Hall named to key US…
 
Our guest this week can best be described as an all-round Virginia horsewoman. Pam Cibula believes in versatility in training horses to learn from the hunt field and adapt to the show ring or most any other question that’s asked of them. Growing up near Charlottesville in Southern Virginia, Pam rode Welsh ponies and became competitive with her sibl…
 
Tracey A. Benson is the co—author, with Sarah Fiarman, of a recently published book titled “Unconscious Bias in Schools: A Developmental Approach to Exploring Race and Racism.” In this discussion, Tracey, who is an Assistant Professor of Education Leadership at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, discusses how we can have productive and pot…
 
The art of cheating is discussed on this first episode of a new season of The Mind Matters. Sports Psychologist Dr. Jenny Susser unpacks the psychology behind cheating, whether systemic or individual. Is winning the most important part of sport and at all costs? Is a lengthy or even lifetime ban remotely a deterrent or does a gold medal shine too b…
 
Lance Tamashiro -- who is one of the featured authors in our "Level Up" book (BookLevelUp.com/amazon) -- would like to help you hire your next employee so you can level up, and get others to do the work for you. Visit TamashiroMarketing.com and schedule an appointment so Lance can find the right fit for you. Level Up: The Best Kept Secrets to Overc…
 
Chris Stafford and Nancy Gillen are joined again by Lindsay Gibbs and Julie Helmsley for the top stories around the world of women's sport including: Youth Olympic Games, Lausanne, Jan 9-22 Claressa Shields Becomes the Fastest Fighter to Win Three Titles in Three Weight Classes WNBA And WNBPA Reach Tentative Agreement On Groundbreaking Eight-Year C…
 
Ken Tucker is the founder of Changescape Web (www.changescapeweb.com), a Small Business Marketing and Website Design Agency specializing in comprehensive integrated marketing strategies and campaigns for small and mid-sized businesses. They build websites that generate customers. Specialties include search engine optimization, website design, reput…
 
Lee Harris is an intuitive guide, speaker, musician and author of Energy Speaks: Messages from Spirit on Living, Loving and Awakening. Lee Harris’s journey as a channeler began in 1998 when he first heard the voice of his spirit guides, known as The Zs, while on his way to work on the London Underground train. I first became aware of Lee’s work in …
 
Double Olympic bronze medal wrestler Sally Roberts founded Wrestle Like A Girl in 2016 to provide opportunities for girls to take up the sport while empowering them to do much more beyond the mat. Given her background enduring a challenging childhood which saw Sally struggling with petty crime she was offered the choice of juvenile detention or fin…
 
As teachers we rarely have the opportunity to switch roles in the classroom and become students again. Dr. Laura Harrison did just that, rerunning to a classroom as a student interested in obtaining certification to teach English as a foreign language. In Harrison’s book, “Teaching Struggling Students: Lessons Learned from Both Sides of the Classro…
 
Our first guest on Transcending Sport in 2020 is Gen Simmons Deputy Chair of Women Sport Australia. The WSA is the primary advocacy organization for women and girls in sport in Australia providing the lead voice for gender equity nationwide. Their mission is to ensure women and girls in sport are afforded equal opportunity regardless of sport while…
 
“I want you to think of listening to Free Your Inner Guru as an act of self care in increasingly intense times.” Listen to this first episode of 2020 for a preview of what you can expect in the coming weeks and months on Free Your Inner Guru. Mentioned in this episode: Want daily inspiration delivered to your inbox? Sign up for Laura’s Daily Letter…
 
Kicking off Season 2 of The WeCOACH Podcast, Megan Kahn chats with University of Michigan head women’s soccer coach Jen Klein. Coming off of a stellar season in taking the Wolverines to the B1G title game, Jen candidly shares her experiences as not on the youngest NCAA DI head coach at one time, but also winning the 2016 national championship as an…
 
Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games and WiSP Sports Executive Producer Chris Stafford are joined by two new team members; journalist Lindsay Gibbs who pens the Power Plays newsletter three times a week covering women's sport, and soccer coach Julie Helmsley who will contributing to the news each week. Between us all we will have a comprehensive roun…
 
Our first guest on The Horse Show in 2020 is the Chair of Women in Racing Tallulah Lewis. Tallulah explains the work of the organization that was founded in 2009. Its vision is to reach women across the industry to raise their profile and, with that visibility, encourage more women to be appointed into senior roles. With such role models, it is hop…
 
The second of a two-part series on augmented and virtual reality, this episode features faculty and students who work on the production of AR/VR content. Our discussion focuses on how content creation for AR/VR applications provide high-impact problem-solving opportunities for students with a diverse array of interests. Lessons learned from the Imm…
 
On the final episode of 2019 Chris Stafford is joined by Mollie Bailey, Senior Reporter at The Chronicle of the Horse to take a look back at the highlights of the year in equestrian sport. They discuss the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru where Mollie watched the U.S. Eventing team win the gold medal which crucially secured their place for the 2020…
 
In this special holiday series we head from some of our WiSP Ambassadors as they reflect on 2019, the highs and lows, and what their goals are for 2020. On this episode Chris Stafford chats with Offshore Sailor, co-founder of The Magenta Project and host of The Sailing Show Abby Ehler about the sailing she did in 2019. We also hear about what The M…
 
In this special holiday series we head from some of our WiSP Ambassadors as they reflect on 2019, the highs and lows, and what their goals are for 2020. On this episode we hear from Canadian Squash player Samantha Cornett who made a big decision this year to take a step back from her pro career to go back to school while continuing to coach. For sh…
 
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