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"jodie connor" Discussed on Blazing Trails
"Joined again today by podcast partner. Rachel levine. Welcome back rachel well. That was just my stomach growling. Actually a perfect lead in for what we're gonna here. Today we have a great conversation from our b. weld together series with kelly back. Can you tell us a little bit about what we're going to hear today. Rachel kelly leveque is the nutritionist. To allister's people like jessica alba and she's the one who keeps them slim trim you know in good shape and i think that's something that i definitely could use right now michael because i feel like i've become best friends with the people at the grocery store as that's like one of the few places i can go to every day it's true a listeners and just regular everyday people like us need advice and it's great stuff where kelly really breaks down the science behind the cravings that we have and how food affects our mood and our bodies and it's really great conversation. I really liked the way she talks about the fab. Four and i'm not referring to the beatles here michael i know that's where your head immediately. Okay but don't give it away. Rachel four in this episode. So okay with you. I'm holding all. We hope you enjoy the conversation. Today with kelly. Leveque and salesforce is jodie kohner executive vice president of global enablement and for more head over to ssd seat dot co slash wellbeing. That's where you can find. Our wellness. playbook was created in partnership with thrive global and tune into some great sessions with deepak chopra. Megan Arianna huffington and many many more. So without further ado. here's jodie. Connor in conversation with kelly leveque. Hello i'm thrilled. You're joining us for another edition of be well together. We have such a great guest today. I'm very very excited to welcome the very talented kelly. Leveque is her first time on our show but she is not new to show business. She is a holistic nutritionist. She is a celebrity health coach. Who works with a listers like jessica. Alba jennifer gardner in chelsea handler. Evan peters i personally love her book she does the body love series and she has a new one coming out a journal ninety days to practice positively create momentum and build a healthy lifestyle. You can also catch her on the be well by kelly podcast rate name kelly by the way we love and so she is here today to inspire.
"jodie connor" Discussed on Blazing Trails
"Hard in that when you know my mom experience domestic violence and i spent a lot of time island that was by myself in crying in not really understanding that as when on there was gonna be different people that stepped into my life in walked around that surrounding me in supporting. So i think i'll just like my childhood self to say you're not going to be along for long and jury will be well worth it and i. Yeah densify with the idea. Thing island phil minorities. You spend a lot of time being islands. It's something we won't let time so a completely completely saimaa. Thank you for having me. Eight so great to have you here. It's really here. You have so if you are the voice. You're the voice right now. You're the voice of the body and are you doing other. What else are you doing to kind of. Be that voice and to be out there. Tell me about kind of how you're spending your time and how we can support you and follow you. And how can we get on the train. Yes so. I love talking about inspiration. I think that resiliency is something that people released drama. Now i've noticed through zoom calls that i've been on people's countenance is just starting to slowly get sadder and sadder and i feel like keep need something causes causer. I want to be that of positives. So i love to share stories. That they'd say wow if she can do it. Why cannot and so. You can follow me on social media. I'm on instagram. I have a black slate right now. But i'm gonna be posted to hunting and decide this whacky crazy life. Anybody wants to reach out. Deputy stealing kind of lonely or whatever they could reach out to me and i'm going to actually starts airbnb experiences for olympia in so basically it's the opportunity to do some individual goal setting on there and i'm going to do a lesson or resiliency so more so than just getting you to fill the warm bubbly. I want to get you some tangible steps that you could take your day to life to overcome this pandemic and Well as you figure that out you call me you call him right back on this show we will give you the microphone and you can kind of walk us through what you're thinking about what you want people doing because you know to the honest with you probably besides serious trauma. My life was being told you have breast cancer. And i was sad for literally twenty minutes. That was because. I figured out that i've been through rough things in my life but i know the rising bill good. I know that eating writings no good. I know that laughing bill. And honestly i had all types of people that were negative even if they love me they wanna talk all. I just wanted to tell you my great aunt loopy died. Were okay bye. Go trying to in. It's not disrespect. It's just choosing hostility in choosing to feed what you're gonna feed yourself in for me. Had to be positively. So i watch once-elite right now. I would not watch it every day. I want because i if i did. I'd like yeah know your messages is very much resonating with me and i agree. I'm watching energy. Debt on zoom calls. I'm watching optimism decline. I'm watching exhaustion set in. I'm watching frustration rise. I'm watching a sense of just despondent. Settle in and i think you know going back to your earlier words taking a fight with an end goal in mind right than you know the fight is really about our attitude and our mindset right and to be happy to join us and yet i enjoy in our existence. Man's if i could get out like a big set of pompoms be your biggest cheerleader. Right now i would own thank you okay. Thank you my goodness for joining us today. This has been a breath of fresh air. And i'd really look forward to having you on the show again so thank you very much. Thank you emma. Thank you for hanging in there with us at the end of your day dialing and it was a joy to get to meet you as well. Thank you so everyone be happy. Be well and we'll see you back here again soon. That was olympia. Shontae low with jodie. Connor reminding us how important it is to stay focused in the face of adversity. Michael rebelled themselves for a studios and thanks for joining us.
"jodie connor" Discussed on Blazing Trails
"You always take the fight with the end goal in mind. If you're fighting just be fighting. What's the point. But when i had my breast cancer diagnosis i was fighting for kids. My first thought was on my gosh. They're could o'clock without me it. It just broke my heart. I couldn't imagine it but the end result of fighting us. I get to live. That was four time. Olympian and mother of three shantallow. Welcome to another episode of blazing trails. I'm your host. Michael rebound from salesforce studios. We're now seven months into this pandemic and with increasing cases heading into the winter. I know i speak for many when i say sometimes. It's difficult to stay positive but today we've got an episode helps with that are recent. Conversation was sean taylor. And sales forces jodie connor. Shanty is anything. Stand her way of making her fifth olympic team and she talks about how to overcome obstacles and inspire others. But before we jump over to. Sean take a quick word about work. Dot com work dot. Com is an all new suite of apps and resources. The leaders around the world can use to reopen reskill employees and respond efficiently to the covid nineteen pandemic reopening will be a journey but worked dot com. Is your guide to learn more. Go work dot com and now salesforce. Is jody kohner and shantallow. I'm very excited about today's speaker. We've had just so much conflict and so much difficulty to deal with on so many fronts. And i think that we can all use a little bit of positivity and dare i say even some inspiration and so our guest. Today is a diversity and inclusion champion total woman warrior a phenomenal athlete. Sean low. So if you don't know who shanty low is alert day. Let me give you some run down here because this is like truly phenomenal. A four time. Four-time time olympic high jumper and bronze medallists competing in rio london. Beijing and athens. She is the american record holder for the women's high jump. She is a holder of a gold silver and bronze medals in world championships. I've never even spoke with anyone who owned one. She's got like one hundred then though. She's also was diagnosed with breast cancer last year in the just like almost a year ago in the summer of twenty nineteen and despite all of this. She's working from home. She's homeschooling three kids and she is training for her bit. Fifth olympic games is just extraordinary. Human being so today shontae is gonna talk to us about obstacles and perseverance and creating a more inclusive and welcoming environment and so we could not be more thrilled to have you. Sean mcvay you for joining us. We're gonna take questions at the end and we have emma richards with us. Our bold force global growth chair. And she's going to help out too so just a great half hour a great way to spend some times. So sean tell us about the phenomenon that is you while i try to juggle it all mother. The olympic training going to school. So thank you for that. Normally i only talk about perseverance endurance just trying to overcome obstacles. That i think in lyon everything that's going on right now it. Yeah great time to interject talk a little bit about diversity inclusion so the story i wanna share with you guys today. Stark like all my other stories. When i was four years old. I decided that. I wanted to coming around and watching the olympics. First time and i see this woman. Her name was joan. somebody should know. Don't look out. She's the woman that they wanted to be on halloween and she had this wall slowing hair canal. Chat for everybody were popular chevy's rippling muscles ours is like. Oh my gosh mommy. I'm gonna be like this woman right there in a my mom said it's a hard work and perseverance off like. That's not what i wanna hear at. I went to the second wife person. I knew which was my six year old sister at the time and she told me to eat there. So i reached down eight nerds. He told me that it would not figuratively. She told you to eat dirt. Only an older sibling can do. I love this. I love my sister. But it's just like when i was little bad idea the embodiment of the olympics. It was something special in touch me. An impact me in an amazing wang writes in rats. Y you know us as employees family members that have little is that are looking at us. It's so important. Visualization or things that we allow them to see our sairan in plant. Seeds grow in life in hell envision in so. That's what i want my story to did across you guys. Today's never lots of crazy. Things happening right now but my story is always one of choosing to pay attention to the good also. We don't have to put our heads in the sand ignored rough days that are going on but at the same time. What are we meeting our souls every day. That's why i love the b well series because it gives the opportunity to with that positively. You know what's going on so that's a little bit. I am a senior in high school. I stopped eating. They're probably like in this country. But i really find out that. My mom's this hard work perseverance. State is really the key to get into what i wanna go online and i ended up working really really hard and i get the opportunity to be offered over. One hundred and fifty different scholarships too. So i always take it back to that first year in college i went to my coach and i said look. I want to be an olympian. We sat down. We need a plan of work towards it. And i like to tell that story i because you imagine a child that had the proper tutors. The right education people Her in we're like yes you know it and that wasn't my life at all. We grew up in what was considered a project. So correspondent town. I went to school every single day for the blue. Because we didn't have. We didn't have lights. We didn't have sometimes yet lights. Sometimes we use the fireplace. We didn't have running water a lot of time. So we had to across the street to the newly with buckets with our friends watching bill. The buckets up so that we could flush the toilet bathe drink water and it was a tough way to grow up. And i remember that. I would go to the car and i would watch kids playing soccer and i'd be sitting on the sidelines and our big mama. Please please please let me play. And he would say i'm sorry. We can't afford it so as they practice would be on the sidelines. Running along you know trying to stay back. So they didn't know what i'm doing but still watching them play in wishing that i could be included in one time i went up to the coach and i was like. Hey you know what. I wanna play and we'll have your parents some backup here in. If they pay money you could play in. The team ended up going to china and we were in elementary school but team ended up going to china to go play maternity and they lost for which has happened now but they lost for glee. And i didn't want a hander. I just wanted to opportunity to the included. I always think back wow. They didn't know that they had a four time. Olympia world championship gold. Silver and bronze medallist standing on the sideline just wishing to be included. And so when. I talk to companies i talked. I talked to individuals. Talk to them about its lujan. I always say look charlotte on the side one that has.
"jodie connor" Discussed on Blazing Trails
"So we work on that end but I think people can truly help by supporting conservation programs on the ground involving local people it's true poaching does go up because conservation organizations are no longer able to pay rangers the National Parks same situation people starving, and so they go and kill the animals, the parks or shoot elephants sell the ivory it's legal. Thank you for sharing that with US getting that important call. To action to get involved support, these local conservation organizations is there anything you'd like to leave us with any parting words anything you want US thinking about as we head into our weekends? Well, you have a week him. I don't know what a weekend is to be honest. It just carries on for me. You know reading books for people and doing video messages and interviews and Pud costs and you name it, we do it and I'm putting words are you know think of any which way you can get children involved? In programs like roots and shoots think of how you personally can make a difference in your life whether it's contributing money whether it's raising awareness. There's always something people can do. It depends who you are what your interests are but just I think the most important thing to remember is that every day we live, we make an impact and think about the consequences of the more choices we each day or do we buy it we wear what we eat. Where did it come from? Did it harm the environment it resulting? Cruelty to animals is it cheap because of child slave labor or inappropriately paid labourers in some other country and try to make ethical choices and went billions of people make ethical choices we'll be moving towards better world. Thank you. Thank you the impact that you have had on our world and us, and just me personally I'm so inspired by you. You are an absolute treasure. So please promise me. You will take care during this very crazy time and and we hope to be talking with you again soon be well. That was Dr Jane Goodall with jodie Connor talking about how it's more urgent than ever to stop destroying the planet and to protect it. You learn more about Jane's work by checking out the Jane Goodall Institute at Jane Goodall Dot Org. I'm Michael Rowbotham sells for studio soon. Thanks for joining us..
"jodie connor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Final Hour has arrived and David is our first caller this hour, David, good afternoon and welcome to the program. How you doing? We're doing great. Also I couple of things I wanted to ask you my favorite all time us to show. Of course are Phyllis. GM and Larry from shelby. The our do. Well. We talked to Larry a couple of weeks ago. Jim is a is a periodic cholera. He comes he goes he attacks this show he shows back up becomes he go. Yeah. So I would say I haven't heard from Philipson longtime so I really I don't know how to answer that one, but the other two are doing pretty well. And then I wanted to ask you did you said the coaches poll that came out today? I did yes. if things continue to go the way they're. Once they say say starts boy we may have laid out kids names in the top five. That's Probably correct. Yeah I mean. The SEC is I mean I haven't paid much attention to a yet because the SEC has played but I agree with you without the big ten in the pack twelve now. The SEC is looking to own on the sport which quite frankly he does anyway. Belvedere is in Texas and you're on the Air HELVETICA. Sultan insanity how am. Raring to go for new week. Help, you get some time to GET OUTTA tired about ten pack twelve lives back twelve joins November I. Mean How realistic is for I don't think they should be considered all for the BCS championship. Just if they do, they should be penalized twenty one points of the Star of the game. That's it. But that said also, what do you think? Win Some of your callers. Say we are I really don't like that but I really don't like it when. Broadcasters used the term we like Texas EMS guy. So. What do you think about well so Yeah, you mean using using the Pronoun to describe their connection to the school. Right that'll play through the I never a. That that to me is is part of the tapestry of sports. I have friends. Have never been to a game at a school or professional team and they use the word we and. I know where you're coming from, it's something I only use with my team wins but. It's just it's just something that we It's part of Fandom I. Think. Yeah well, I'm kind of the language. They can I tell you a quick story related to Pat Summitt. Okay. Before the president of the taxes So now I was going to be a sports journalist and the before decide that. Changed my major engine petroleum engineer anyway a similar story with With Jodie Connor, she was great. She treats me really well, freshman reporter and I never got to go on a charter flight y'all you anyway well, come on now now I was Now, wh- you just a like a regular reporter. Problem Bill. Here you had to be like the big. The. Big. Guy Yeah. Hey You have to you have to think about this for twenty year old or twenty, one year old whatever I was to be able to get on a charter. Football Team traveled on a normal Li- Delta charters. I mean we're talking about big planes now the basketball team. Flew on a I don't know what it was. It was it was a little bit more harrowing but but I didn't mind. I was exposed to. The light about sports writing is you you'll never be a millionaire, but you can act but you can. You can act like you are. You on. Charter plane. So I I subscribe to that and. And of course, it ended pretty quickly once I got out of college when I was driving everywhere versus line. That's great. Song Room and has a little added A. Problems. They were able to squeeze out that victory on. Saturday. Cause he's usually really fareed away to the breast. So I don't know. We'll see what happens. Well, anyway out. Tom. Let's see. Let's see what kind of attitude he has after the Oklahoma Game I think that's really the key hey rick. Rick is up next You're on the air hey rick. I am doing great. Nicer. Call. This is the guy that gave me the market broad the. Goodness that was fantastic I I will continue to thank you. Thank you for your for doing. Well, you're welcome. I after the first week, if there's an outbreak at like Tennessee or Auburn. Do. You say that will cause a domino effect and we'll cancel the season..