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SocialZoomFactor is a podcast created for you, the business and marketing leader in startups to enterprise organizations. If you want to learn how to integrate social media, content marketing, experiential branding, digital marketing and the latest technology to zoom results in business and life you won't be disappointed in the energy and information Pam Moore delivers 5 days a week. Each episode brings you actionable tactics and strategies you can implement today for real business results. ...
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Do you worry that you’re not enough—not good enough, successful enough, or thin enough?Do you ever wonder if your self-worth hinges too strongly on your weight or your athletic performance? Real Fit is for women like you. You can expect conversations with remarkable women athletes where we get real about issues like body image, impostor syndrome, and empowerment. My goal is to share stories that will inspire you to be your best self and to and let you know you're not alone.
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Life on the road. Ever wondered what it’s like? Driver Stories takes a deep dive into the world of truck drivers and their exploration across North America. Each episode, real truck drivers from around the country will share their life story and experience in trucking with LGT Transport’s Owner, Pam Spaccarotella. Join us and help celebrate the lives of America’s greatest drivers.
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At the Institute of Coaching, we are dedicated to unlocking human potential through the power of coaching. In our podcast, Coaching Revealed, top coaches, researchers, and thought leaders share practical strategies and inspiring stories to help enhance your coaching practice. By diving deep into the backgrounds of top thought leaders and revealing their science-based and “secret” approaches to effective coaching, we empower listeners with actionable takeaways to reach new heights personally ...
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In this episode, Margaret Moore, Chair and Co-Founder of the Institute of Coaching, talks with IOC Executive Director, Jeff Hull. They discuss Margaret’s career and involvement with the Institute of Coaching. They then highlight the evolving world of health and wellness coaches. Jeff and Margaret envision and co-create on what opportunities lie ahe…
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Sule Katlay Gandur, an IOC Fellow based in Istanbul, Turkey, specializes in executive and leadership coaching. With a background in strategic consulting, her coaching practice involves one-on-one sessions with CEOs, focusing on neurocreativity, resilience, adaptability, conflict management, and values-driven leadership. She also conducts team coach…
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Executive Coach Douglas Choo shares insights into his coaching approach. He primarily works with senior leaders in the corporate and nonprofit sectors. Douglas discusses the common issues leaders face, such as motivation, creating psychological safety, and handling difficult conversations. His coaching process involves three phases: establishing se…
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Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin, a licensed psychologist, executive coach, and author known for her expertise in imposter syndrome talks with IOC Executive Director, Jeff Hull. Dr. Orbé-Austin has over 20 years of experience working with high potential managers and executives, consulting on various topics such as gender bias, diversity, equity, inclusion, lea…
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Carol Kauffman, founder of the Institute of Coaching, Harvard Medical School assistant professor, and author of "Real Time Leadership." kicks off our Coaching Revealed podcast with IOC Executive Director Jeffrey Hull. Carol and Jeff’s conversation delves into the evolution of coaching, with Kauffman sharing her journey from clinical psychologist to…
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This episode of Coaching Revealed features Richard Boyatzis, a renowned author and professor, recognized as a leading expert in leadership development, and the founder of Intentional Change Theory. As a distinguished university professor, he has significantly impacted the field of psychology and motivation through his research. Boyatzis discusses h…
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In this episode, the Institute of Coaching's Executive Director, Jeff Hull, introduces listeners to Coaching Revealed podcast. The podcast will provide a behind-the-scenes look into the inner workings of coaching careers with coaching scholars, experts, and IOC members. This episode leads off with 6 episodes focused on Leadership and Executive Coac…
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Welcome to the 20th episode of Driver Stories! In this episode, Pam speaks with two special guests, Harold McKinney and Scot Barney. Harold recruited Scot ten years ago, and today they are here to talk about the early days of LGT and reminisce on some of their favorite memories from the road. To learn more about LGT and read truck driver safety tip…
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Episode #60 // Eating disorder recovery, thriving in menopause, navigating perimenopause, fueling for power and performance without restriction CW: Eating disorder If you have questions about perimenopause, menopause, or how you can eat what you want without adhering to any rules and still perform well as an athlete, do not go anywhere, this episod…
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Episode #59 // Covering the first principle of Intuitive Eating: Reject the Diet Mentality, part 3- the importance of curiosity I'm back with a solo episode on intuitive eating, discussing the first principle: Reject the Diet Mentality. (Quick backstory if you're new here: Intuitive Eating is a practice Evelyn Tribole and Eileen Resch originally pr…
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Episode #58 // Alison Rothman, Body-Centered Holistic Empowerment Coach and yoga practitioner // How can we use what's already inside of us to heal from trauma and cultivate resilience? TW: trauma, gun violence, eating disorders, addiction I’m so excited to bring you a conversation with Body-Centered Holistic Empowerment Coach and yoga practitioner…
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Episode #57 // Erin Ayala, cyclist and sports psychologist // How do the stories we tell ourselves impact our self-image, our performance, and even the enjoyment we derive from sport? And what if those stories aren’t serving us? How can we change them? Licensed sport psychologist, certified mental performance consultant, researcher, and elite cycli…
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#56 // Sara Gross, retired pro triathlete and founder of Feisty Media // Growing up, Sara Gross was one of the strongest, fastest, kids in her class. So she didn’t understand why she only saw women playing sports on TV once every four years, at the Olympics. Today, she’s a retired professional triathlete and the CEO and Founder of Feisty Media, a c…
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#55// Kim Basler, group fitness instructor and food freedom & mindset coach// TW: Suicidal thoughts // How do you let go of restrictive dieting and a lifetime of people pleasing to ultimately embrace intuitive eating and start living a life that honors your true needs, desires, values? Food freedom & mindset coach, author, speaker, and award-winnin…
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No matter what you've seen on Instagram, intuitive eating is about so much more than eating whatever you want whenever you want. It's not the hunger/fullness diet. It's not license to eat donuts all day every day or permission to never eat a vegetable again. Intuitive eating (which is based on the eponymous book by dietitians Evelyn Tribole and Eil…
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Christine Yu is an award-winning journalist whose work focuses on the intersection of sports science and women athletes. Her writing has appeared in Outside, The Washington Post, Runner’s World, and other publications. She’s a lifelong athlete and yoga teacher who loves running, surfing, and skiing. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. Her new book, Up…
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Jill Merkel is an anti-diet, weight-inclusive Registered Dietitian specializing in disordered eating, Intuitive Eating, and sports nutrition. She’s been in private practice since January 2017 helping women find freedom from diet rules and restriction and helping athletes and active individuals fuel their bodies without obsession. The team dietitian…
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When queer athlete, writer, and influencer Shilletha “Dragonsky” Curtis lost her job right when the pandemic lockdowns started, the depression and anxiety she’d been living with for years kicked in — hard. She experienced panic attacks, and ended up doing intensive outpatient treatment and when her program ended, the New Jersey native noticed every…
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Gillian Goerzen was at the healthiest she’d ever been, training for an Ironman… or so it appeared. The truth was, she grappling with an eating disorder that sapped her of her energy, joy, and health. But because she didn’t “look like” she was chronically underfueled, she flew under the radar for years. As the medical community is finally starting t…
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Follow Chellsie on Instagram @cmemmel23 Get a copy of Chellsie's new book here Get on the waitlist for Chellsie's adult gymnastics camps in summer 2023 More info on the Chellsie's Challenge competition Follow Pam on Instagram @pammajumdar Follow Danielle on Instagram @daniellegrayfit Follow Better Late on Instagram @betterlategym Follow Train Like …
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Welcome to another episode of Driver Stories! Our special guest is Debbie Stengel, one of LGT's first employees. In this episode, Pam and Debbie talk about LGT's humble beginnings, Debbie's weekly "love letters," and some of the challenges with billing. Want to learn more about LGT? Visit lgttransport.com Follow us on social media: Facebook Instagr…
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Content warning: eating disorders, trauma If you need a huge dose of inspiration, this episode is for you. Our guest, ultra runner and gravel cyclist Hillary Allen, best known for her incredible comeback after the near-fatal accident she survived during an endurance race in Norway, is the definition of resilience. Hillary is a Boulder-based ultra-e…
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Follow Barbara on Instagram @barbaraachondo Visit the Better Late website to see more episodes and to sign up for updates Follow Better Late on Instagram @betterlategym Follow Better Late on Twitter @BetterLate_ Get in touch: Email Pam at betterlatepod@gmail.comBy Pam Majumdar
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I joined Sarah Bowen Shea and Amanda Loudin on the Another Mother Runner podcast starting at 11:29 to discuss: what intuitive eating encompasses my macro counting obsession and why I stopped what “food freedom” is—and how to achieve it how to balance the needs of training with intuitive eating how to recognize “the food police” in your head—and sil…
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Intuitive eating isn't as simple as eating when you're hungry and stopping when you're full, There are ten principles, and in this quick solo episode, I discuss the first principle: reject the diet mentality. This is a big one, so I'm covering it in more than one episode, starting with simply defining the diet mentality. Listen to find out what the…
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Jill Angie is a running coach who helps fat women start running, build body confidence, and embrace their inner athletes. She’s also the host of the Not Your Average Runner podcast and author of three books on running while fat. In this interview, Jill talks about why she started running in secret, what body acceptance looks like for her, how she m…
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Lori King is a working mom of two who recovered from both an eating disorder and Guillain-Barre syndrome and manages to conquer some of the world’s most intimidating ocean swims. The award-winning marathon swimmer’s many accomplishments include the Catalina channel swim (20 mi), the Manhattan Island swim (28.5 mi, the 8 Bridges Hudson River Staged …
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Follow Better Late on Instagram @betterlategym Follow Train Like a Gymnast on Instagram @trainlikeagymnast Follow Pam on Instagram @pammajumdar Follow Danielle on Instagram @daniellegrayfit Follow Better Late on Twitter @BetterLate_ Wanna get in touch? Send an email to betterlatepod@gmail.comBy Pam Majumdar
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In this solo episode you'll hear... How I found intuitive eating (or maybe how it found me when I needed it) What intuitive eating is and isn't My short answer to the question "What is intuitive eating?" How other intuitive eating professionals answer the question "What is intuitive eating?" The ten principles of intuitive eating 💌 Sign up for my n…
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Marley Blonsky is a speaker, writer, advocate, influencer, and self-described fat adventure cyclist, and as the co-founder of All Bodies on Bikes, she’s on a mission to make the sport of cycling more inclusive for people of all sizes and shapes. In addition to her advocacy work, Marley also rides for Cannondale, Pearl Izumi, Shimano, Ride With GPS,…
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Guest Bio Taneika is a gravel cyclist, runner, mother of two, active-duty sailor, and freelance writer living with a medical condition called myasthenia gravis. She’s a member of the elite women's gravel team Velocio//Exploro. Committed to being the change she wants to see in outdoor spaces, Taneika toes the line at as many gravel races as she can …
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On this episode, Rabbi Jessica Kessler Marshall and I discussed all the good stuff — including her love of cycling and snacks, the power of nature, the importance of ritual, and what happens when she tunes into her heart. Jessica is a cyclist, a hiker, and a general lover of the outdoors. She’s also a rabbi with a passion for writing, creating, and…
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Follow Brown Girls Do Gymnastics on Instagram @browngirlsdogymnastics Follow Better Late on Instagram @betterlategym Follow Train Like a Gymnast on Instagram @trainlikeagymnast Follow Pam on Instagram @pammajumdar Follow Danielle on Instagram @daniellegrayfit Wanna get in touch? Send an email to betterlatepod@gmail.com Visit the Better Late website…
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In this ten-minute Tuesday I'm bringing you my reflections on my experience riding my road bike up Mt. Evans (the highest paved road in North America!) and what that has to do with joyful movement. If you're not into riding you bike up mountains, that's totally fine and you should still listen —because joyful movement really isn't about the movemen…
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Welcome to the 17th episode of Driver Stories! Today we bring to you two veterans of the cryogenic and transportation industry, Steve Myers and Donnie Stevens. Listen in on a wide range of topics including the dangers of using a cellphone while driving, the hardest part of training others to haul CO2, understanding pressure, the importance of signa…
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In episode 39 of the Real Fit podcast, I interview Maor Tiyouri, an Israeli professional runner who lives and trains right here in Boulder. (Fun fact: I used to work out at the same gym as her and she’s been on my list of people I wanted to interview since before I even launched the Real Fit podcast.) A two-time Olympic marathon runner, she represe…
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In this episode I'm talking about joyful movement- what it is, why it matters, and how to tell whether you're incorporating it into your life or not. Links/Resources My newsletter Are you ready to heal your relationship with food, exercise, and your body? I offer 1:1 intuitive eating coaching. Learn more here. For full episode details, CLICK HERE H…
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In this episode, I interview two-time Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier and author of “The Boy Behind the Door,” Emma Kertesz. She lives in Boulder, Colorado with her husband Noah Droddy and their two elderly rescue dogs. Emma is a self-proclaimed “serious hobbyist” who trains with Boulder Underground and is coached by Evan Schwartz and Matt Hensle…
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Leah Jantzen is an elite triathlete, life coach, motivational speaker, and mom of four who calls herself “The Queen of No.” A hardworking athlete who works full-time while running a coaching business and raising kids, the only way she can get it all done is by being super clear on her priorities and setting boundaries like a total boss. Since she g…
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In honor of Real Fit's one-year anniversary, my husband, Dan, is asking me the questions this time! It's fun, you'll like it. We discuss... My extreme nearsightedness and how that may have (read: definitely) contributed to my inability ever catch a ball and why I hated sports as a kid What motivates my pathological competitiveness My most memorable…
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Coming to you this Mother's Day with something that has nothing to do with the usual themes (ie women, sports, body image, enoughness). We'll return to our regularly scheduled program next time. For now, enjoy my reflections on motherhood this Mother's day. In a nutshell, this sh*t is hard. If you're right here with me and you agree that you need a…
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TW: weight loss, dieting Ever wondered what actually happens in a coaching session? This is your chance to find out. This episode features a little bit of interviewing and a lot of coaching with my fabulous friend Natalie Rotelli. She’s a biostatistician, athlete, mom, stepmom, and wife, who is crazy smart, incredibly driven, and funny as hell. In …
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Welcome to the 16th episode of Driver Stories! We have another exciting one as we talk the pros and cons of Team Driving and the ins and outs of being on the road during Winter weather. We'll touch on chains, black ice, and share some helpful tips for keeping the Pony Motor running in the cold. But that's not all, we'll also chat about famous mount…
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Rona Kilmer was a former Junior Olympics competitor and an aspiring basketball player, when as a young teenager, she experienced sexual assault and everything changed. She’d grown up identifying as an athlete. Now she was a party girl with a hard exterior. Over the ensuing years, she would navigate disordered eating and an unhealthy relationship wi…
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Have you ever wondered what would happen if you were face to face with a mountain lion in the middle of the night during an ultra-endurance bike race where you were poised to beat the entire field (including the men)? In this interview, professional ultra-endurance cyclist Lael Wilcox discusses this and sooo much more. Lael might be the toughest wo…
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