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"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

05:20 min | 3 months ago

"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"On days. That's what i was doing. And you also get to connect with your consumer connect with your class goer and understand what they need and just like the general like as a group fitness instructor like you really are in the on the front line connecting with consumers that are interested in the sport or the client teaching. Yeah and the thing is is of course. Social media is huge. And it's just like think about what. What's your brand like. What's what makes you different. And what's what what really matters to you it. It doesn't have to be make. What makes you different. i think. Sometimes we're too obsessed with being different. And i think we just focus on what matters to us and what what make sure what makes your training. Good like why. Why would people want to train with you. And and what really matters to you. And and having that projected on social media and that and people will find that helpful for me. It's wine help people so every time. I post something. I want to help people in what to laugh. Have a good time or if it's like a training tape And that's and is this thing about why we're doing what we're doing and the woods like a key. What's a key lesson that you've learned through all of your lettuce and that has really helped you with your career man. I think the correlations between fitness and your professional life and just all of life is issues. There's so much there from working hard one. It's time to work hard to relax. you want. it's time to relax and not meshing it all together. That results in burnout. It results is burnt out in your professional life as well as your fitness will if every workout you do is crazy heart right. You're eventually going to plateau burnout if every day. You're just hammering yourself with work you can. How you gotta have the hard to keep the hard as hard as easy and being able to folk you know being able to time things right being able to peak at the right time. Timing is is as what we say. His is everything and being able to focus when one time is when it's time to focus like if i ever said to you like oh how am i going to run faster. You'll say like just run faster. Things like battle. Like i feel like for me like my thing from running. That has helped me with career. Is goal setting. You can do anything if you want to. Yeah you just have to do it. Yeah that's it it's really simple. I mean some people. Maybe it's not so simple. Maybe they're injured. And that's why if you can do it. You should do it. It's like there's no excuse. And that's kind of like how i feel about work to do what you can like. Don't not do it because you think you can't do it. Try to do it like this. As a coach. I forget who said it were where i read it but one of the things they say is like the coach's job one of the best of the best things that coach can do for their athlete is show them and demonstrate to the athlete that the athlete is much more capable than what they think and help them actually realize that. And that's like once you realize once you watch athlete have a breakthrough moment. It's just like one of those special moments. this is so good. it gives me chills. It's crazy you have any favorite books that you're reading ensure you're like you've got like an entire library like your backpack over there. My backpack is usually full. There's a lot of good books. And i just got through the new version of tracing with the power meter. It's a dense ry. But if you're if you're in a cycling if your analytics it's you have to have it. I just read this book. I believe it's called good to go and there's a right now. There's a bunch of. There's all kinds of recovery mechanisms and devices out there from vibrating foam rollers to this that and the other thing and it was a very interesting reader. Interesting perspective on it was trying to dive into the science behind. What these devices are with what they're trying to do with the actually do and it's interesting because there's not a lot of science behind a lot of these things but they work and why is that alive. It's placebo a lot of. It is just getting you to sit down and calm down and essentially being a meditative state to where you're decrease in cortisol levels and stuff like that. I just thought that the views of that book The ideas and things like. I took away from that book very and very helpful. Yeah it was good There's there's a lot of good books out there in the fitness world. I think that we are just starting to see More and more light being shined fitness industry And fitness is a science. I think that we have a long way to go. Yeah and it's just getting started. That's awesome well. This has been great. Yes the ink you. Thanks for having me. Thanks again for tuning into marnie on the move. If you like what you hear leave us. A five star review in apple podcasts. Follow us on social at marnie on the move for facebook and instagram and marnie sal up on twitter paid over to our website marnie on the move dot com for more info on this episode links in the show notes and of course sign up for our quarterly newsletter. The download to get updates deals giveaways and information on future events for twenty nineteen. I want to hear from you. Email money on the move one gmail.com and let me know what you're enjoying what you want to hear more of. If you have questions for our guests just reach out.

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"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Thanks again for tuning into marnie on the move. If you like what you hear leave us. A five star review in apple podcasts. Follow us on social at marnie on the move for facebook and instagram and marnie sal up on twitter head over to our website marnie on the move dot com for more info on this episode links in the show notes and of course sign up for our quarterly newsletter. The download to get updates deals giveaways and information on future events for twenty nineteen. I wanna hear from you. Email me marnie on the move one at gmail.com and let me know what you're enjoying what you want to hear more of if you have questions for our guests just reach out..

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"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"It's really tough but i'm walking. I'm trying to do some workouts in my house. You really wanna stay active. In fact i i would actually say pandemic lockdown. I probably have been more mindful of getting out and doing something every day. More so than when i when i was rushing around traveling all over the country all over the world you're distracted now eventually being more mindful of the exercise and movement and sleep are two things that we nobody teaches us how to move and nobody teaches us how to sleep and yet those are two really critical things that and then eating something that i really tried to do as we've been talking about and then some other things that i think are really important to work on our sort of resiliency managing your stress managing stress trying to figure out. What am i going to focus my efforts on what. What's not that important in. What kind of boulders do. I need to push up a cliff versus things. That aren't going to matter much. I think that what this pandemic has done is allow all of us to pause and ask the very important question of what really matters. And so i think you know i try to go with things that don't matter that much in focus on the things that i i don't know what do you what do you do. What have you been doing. I have been focusing on inward work and focusing on my brand on marnie sal up on being the best i can be across all silos athlete and i love working out doing yoga but i spent a lot of time doing my own. Marketing and designing new workshops. Doing my own pr. I've never done that before. I've done everybody else's and just really working on my branding and taking the time to focus on like what that looks like. And using what i don for the past twenty years for everyone else for me and it's it's really felt good. Yeah and i generally eat healthy. But like i'm so on-track about that that i've let myself get a little off track about that but that was good for me. Young wrote back on track. Now like i had not eaten toast ito in probably ten years and i was like all right. I'm going to eat one. It wasn't a good day. Whatever we've been like cooking and spending time together and i've been trying to stay in shape. It's it's reconnecting with yourself and things that really matter in your life. I mean if there's any silver lining of what we've been going through this year. I think it's the opportunity to pause from all the craziness and reconnect with ourselves..

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"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

08:02 min | 4 months ago

"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Like. I know everything about it. But i have not done it. Yeah yeah exactly. And so then. I finally started doing it actually without ritual that because of all of the variables on there are just so many things that i realized that we had absolutely no control over our and so i wanted to come to a place but that i had a little bit of. I don't even want to say control. That actually what meditation helped me do is just surrender to what is an except what what was going on. And the different tenses up in grace and it was allied old. It was a whole week at three days and we meditated for twelve hours a day. Oh my god it was silent so we didn't speak to anybody outside of any kind of meditation exercise we were doing and it changed my life at one point i fought my brain was gonna break. Yeah it was no winter it was up in. I was cold dark and it was uncomfortable with. We're sleeping these chinese bank pads there. Were probably thirty people but it was awesome. You know. i've i've definitely had experiences microdosing with suicide so i had some psychedelic experiences. You ever do iowa esca. I haven't and i have some thoughts about that. Because i think it's being really appropriate head right now. It's become a huge trend. And i just don't know if i'm fully behind it. I think it can be really powerful for some people. I think a lot of the information. That's coming out to treat symptoms like depression inner ptsd. I think all that's really powerful and interesting but there's kind of this whole instagram wander lost thing happening with Iowa walker and i just behind ya. But what i we kind of at least in my experience so having done substances to kind of get you to that mental state or that mental place is like. It's almost like crash dieting. Because you get to you get to it. But it's not sustainable. Right as we're meditation that will lifestyle change. So you're really going to feel you're gonna feel better. You're going to experience more benefits. And and i think it's a more sustainable practice than going on a trip. Yeah yeah yeah so. That's kind of how i look at it. This intensive i mean. I definitely had a direct experience of myself. That will stay with me forever. And i try to come back to that even when i'm feeling overwhelmed or anxious accounts in kind of Tools to go to not experience. Come back to you and you kind of remember. Okay this is who i am and just surrender to what is and realize what truly all dead i feel like i get glimpses of meditation in many of the things that i do like when i'm on my bike when i'm running when i'm practicing yoga but it's the same thing as meditating intentionally sitting still so i feel like you know so many parts of my life have led me to wanting to explore meditation but also like not wanting to explore it. So he'll take. Because i definitely marnie on the move and that did not come out of nowhere like i definitely do not sit still. Do not stay still. It's always moving. I feel like i talk about it. All the and it will happen when i ready right but i definitely. I definitely look forward to eventually doing it. I think win half might happen sooner than meditation about the great plains to start. I mean baltimore i really started. Oh young when you're in freezing cold water you really have to master your mind yes allies. You're going to jump right. Never wanna do it again. Yeah i mean that for me. I think is like my next. Big focus is mastering mind getting into the ocean or water and like getting through the cold water. Because i think that that is the first barrier for me mentally that sets me off so i know a good swimmer i know i have the endurance and some basic techniques that can get me through an open. Water swim but as soon as i cold. It's like my mind goes so many different places and that doesn't have to go. Yeah and i can tell myself that now. Like talking to you on the podcast but if you see me in the bay and there's like get out there it's a beautiful day like maybe there's chop fine hitting the head with one little chop and then i'm like freezing and then i'm drowning. It goes like beautiful day to chop to freezing drowning. And that's like my mind because nothing nobody else's drowning nobody else's freezing and everybody is swimming so there must be something going on that i don't know about with me. And then i just don't take myself down that mental path of like demise and all about water like some people if they let you know they wake up in the morning and they still coffee on themselves on on the way to work and then they just decide that. That's that's how their day is going to be exactly exactly. Yeah nauseating master. It's another thing to put yoga. I've been doing yoga. I was twenty one. Yeah me too about generally helped me. It just tells me everything as you know. You're always oppose that. You resist as the one that you need the most. Yes and when i first started being still in chevanton now i never do. Shiva's my share right now. She's like because it's all digital shows like i'm gonna sign off but stay in shiva's nov for like ten minutes if you can as soon as he signs off. I'm like back at my desk. Exactly i know it's hard. I definitely miss the studio. Doing yoga at home in your living room is not the same but hey it's yoga. Yeah it's but you just don't often either thing to riding log and exploring more about that kind of service side of knob ritual and how we can do that. Digitally has been fun for me. Because i really miss connecting with our customers and with people with other companies and i tended shine is like relationships in connection and the challenge of doing that. All on a digital platform is a lot harder than i would've anticipated it. Yeah can't you can't feel somebody through a screen with really hard so being able to have the outlet and do the blog and and opportunities like that podcast queue. It means a lot. Thank you so much for being on the podcast for sure. So we'll this has been so great. Thank you very much jessica. Yes thank you marnie sir. Thanks again for tuning into mar on the move. If you like what you hear leave us. A five star review in apple podcasts. Follow us on social at marnie on the move for facebook and instagram and marnie sal up on twitter head over to our website marnie on the move dot com for more info on this episode links in the show notes and of course sign up for a quarterly newsletter. The download to get updates deals giveaways and information on future events for twenty nineteen. I wanna hear from you money on the move one or gmail.com and let me know what you're enjoying what you want to hear more of if you have questions for our yes just reach out..

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"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

05:36 min | 6 months ago

"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Them. Yet. Phenomenal. Yeah. I mean I did my teacher training years ago. USED IT I taught a couple of classes. It wasn't like I was at the time. It wasn't like for me to teach says I did it for myself. I did it because I wanted to do a deeper dive into yoga into the philosophy into the pratice and I ended up doing five hundred hours. I would actually save Marnie that you do use it. You know what I mean like I. Get what you're saying like I didn't use it but like consider that you. Do, use it a lot gus that's true. Just not in the like not in the literal sense like I'm no. I'm not teaching a Yoga class but I've had people to teacher training that now they speak better in meetings. Now they can address their clients or colleagues or whatever everything is different in their world and has nothing to do with actually teaching Yoga class. They just are different human being yeah. No, you're one hundred percent I'm sure I'd be complete psycho obnoxious percentage. I didn't that I was probably thirty and it probably you are one hundred percent, right? It changed me from growing up on Long Island. And being total snark too. Really. Nice. Calm. person. I I definitely everyone who's listening that knows me will know that a change me thank you for the Reminder O'Leary's. So all of this is on your website, where what is your website? Where can people find you? Where can they sign up and okay best way to see everything that's going on with us is a lion's den digital dot com are lions than power yoga site is actually going to be under construction because we're not sure what's happening there yet. You know we're we're hopeful and we have both studios still but were waiting there but. Just, go to lines THAN DIGITAL DOT com. Also, I'm super active on social will always post things that are happening. So I'm just Bethany Lions, a Yo Ns in we also have a lion's den digital social channel as well. INSTAGRAM is probably where most populated like most active, right. We also have facebook page we'll. We will have a youtube page eventually there's so many things that are on the list of things that I would like to do but that's probably the best way because youtube has a different audience than like video is pilot yeah okay. Yeah. Totally. We would also have a page there were then we. Also. Put up stuff which you know a would be great just for exposure and and said. To hit a different audience, I'm I'm trying to bring yoga an empowerment to as many people as possible. This is great. Now, what are your thoughts on twenty twenty and how are you feeling about twenty twenty, one, twenty, twenty for me has actually been. Like this is going to sound weird, but it's been really great year of growth and movement and amazing things there have been a ton of things that are horrible about obviously and what has. Happened out of it is like a whole new business for me was born I got really clear on what matters most to me. I got really clear on relationships in my life ones that were really working ones that were really not working just not having it be this long drawn out process so much to in making those changes, I feel like I feel like this year has through the fire happening through the pandemic happening and just how I've had to. Show up to do what I'm doing has facilitated me into the best version of myself that I've ever been, and so I feel like uniquely grateful for it to be honest. I feel really grateful and I'm sad about a lot of things like I miss obviously I miss in person classes and I missed that whole community and I miss that whole thing that that was created and is amazing and I'm also really down for partnering with what's happening because I'm not. I hate waiting and I don't want to wait or be like. Well, we just have to get through this time. You know like respect to get through the next few months we have to get through the next year we have to wait until there's a vaccine an unknown waiting to live my life like my life is happening right now, and some of the most amazing things that have happened in my life are happening right now and so. That's really where I'm at. So I mean, I, don't know what's going to come and twenty twenty one. But right now I'm focused on the here and now in twenty twentieth serving it up I, love that this has been so awesome. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me Marnie. It's always a pleasure chatting with you and I love speaking with fit minded health minded people who are down for we work like this. It's so cool. Thanks again for tuning into Marnie on the move if you like what you hear, leave us a five star review in Apple podcasts. Follow us on social. Marnie on the move for facebook and instagram. 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"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

04:44 min | 7 months ago

"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Give me them on during. I mean, I've always been like I said that First Article Rover Fitness magazine way back when was about exercise injection like I've always well, not always think since college like crazy worker. I used to step classes. Yeah and all that Kinda theft except like a little rebounder, our were jump up and down, and then I started going to soul cycle than a first opened in Bridgehampton like happened in on it to a class which whoever's listening, who knows Stacey Griffin will appreciate those I walked into a Stacey Griffin class at the barn and Bridgehampton. There were ten people in the class nobody knew like it was right before it became for blew up. So I started becoming like a became a crazy spend are used to go. For my apartment TRIBECA used to work out a spin at the upper west side studio like a crazy person super funny story that Barnes Studio I was their first PR percent and help them launch soul cycle. Their first summer in the Hamptons does you really amazing a totally took off after that it was so wonderful to be part of such a huge pioneering movement in new. York. That means it is. Yeah it's just gave. I took it off my roster along time ago because then it would make me like you know so much older than I would like to appear to be. But soul cycle okay. So I did that and I used to ride the subway to take a class on seventy second street like a lunatic and then did that prolonged time. Then I sort of split my time between source like flywheel. Then I started doing orange theory which I love. And workout, it is a great workout. So is doing that pretty like regularly before quarantine I actually like the day before the day I left to go into quarantine I went to orange in the morning. And the whole time like this is probably not a great idea but you need your workout. Yeah. Coronavirus be down and. So. Now, what I've been doing since we're here is very fortunate because my parents house is demonstrate from ours and they have a gym in their house and they have a Pelivan treadmill and Peleton bike I literally attack. Oh, Peleton truck this morning. Are they're not doing treadmills. You know they're now we definitely want a treadmill. They're so good though get one of you can get one. They're great. So what I do is orange theories done great at home workouts on the APP. So I'd all pretend like I'm there and I'll do like twenty six minutes of running and then do the floor workouts, and then I, just did a two week trial Tracy Anderson which. Way Too intimidated to actually go Tracy Anderson Studio and I've been kind of loving. And then I've always done like I've gone like a million bar classes and like I mean I've tried all achieve like. That's cool triumphs and you liked the Peleton treadmill it's short. No okay. Cool now awesome. Short at all the screen is John Norma's so you probably won't like basic towards the wall. Okay got. I advice for pause on it, take it like in the room it's like the screen is like the size of flat screen TV. Okay. Good idea. We are like getting rid of our kitchen table. I have my own bike and trainer in the apartment, but we don't have I was looking at the Peleton treadmills. And of course, no matter who I know. It's not happening now, I. Now, what's GonNa actually the head of health and social media is now going to be on the site and a couple weeks because she was like commenting on something. On, instagram a couple of weeks ago and I was g want to be on this late. That's so funny. But this has been so awesome. Thank you so much. Yeah. No. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. Thanks again for tuning into Marnie on the move. If you like what you hear, leave us a five star review in Apple podcasts. Follow us on social at margin on the move for facebook and instagram and Marnie sal up on twitter. Head over to our website Marnie on the move dot com for more INFO on this episode. Links in the show notes and of course, sign up for our quarterly newsletter the download to get updates deals, giveaways, and information on future events for twenty nineteen. I want to hear from you email me. Money on the move one gmail.com and let me know what you're enjoying what you want to hear more of. If you have questions for our guests, just reach out..

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Marni on the Move

07:31 min | 10 months ago

"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"It's Marnie Sal. Thanks for tuning into my podcast segment fueled by MO TM each week, either myself or one of my one, hundred twenty plus Marnie on the move podcast guest. We'll be offering tips and advice as well as answering listener questions on topic similar to the ones we cover on learning on the move, including career with beauty fitness fashion, triathlon, running wellness and I will be answering many of the questions sharing secrets on how I get things. And consulting my portfolio of guests for expert advice, fueled by 'EM TM will offer easy to follow quick insight in under twenty minutes from my listeners that are on the move, and what fast solutions or simply want to discover something new I hope you enjoy. Hey, everyone, thanks for tuning in to episode three of podcasting one a one. It's time to set your ideas in motion. Now that you've got your gear, you have a concept. You've picked your podcast hosting platform. You are ready to record. Let's do this. You're going to need some software garage band reaper. All free and pro tool's audition are not. It really depends on how tech savvy you are what you're recording into whether you're using your phone, your ipad or your laptop or a portable recorder or Mixer? Because! Your audio needs a platform to be recorded on and. A dashboard where it can be edited an engineered next up recording remotely. If you're planning to do an interview style podcast like Marnie on the move, you may want to consider some for recording remotely. There are lots of great platforms out there like squad cast, which allows you to cord, video and record audio. Zen Castro, which is just. Zoom and skype are of course great options. I think it's really helpful. If you're a recording with guest to see them and have that in-person connection, because we really can't do that now. In these Cova Times, and maybe when things are different, you might be able to meet in person and record in a studio. Another fun thing you can do when you're recording remotely and have the video option as part of. Of the recording is, you can save that recording for Youtube. You can use it as a screen shot for a photo to promote the episode. There's all kinds of fun things you can do if you have a guest and you are in a position where you need to record remotely either way whether you're soloing and reading your own audio, and it's a one person show, or you are inviting guests to. To join you on your podcast. You're going to need to set up at home studio. Sort of like setting up. Your work from home is similar to win. We all went into quarantine. You need to find a space that works for you. That has right energy the right sound. A lot of people read audio and record in their closet. This is an ideal space just because a lot of the time. Time closets or small? They have a lot of clothing that will absorb sound, but of your closet doesn't work. That's okay. Find another spot in your home. The ideal room would have furniture carpet low ceilings. Those are the three key things that would make your podcast studio ideal. You could also buy a reflecting filter and acoustic foam panels, and definitely going back to my microphone talk. A dynamic microphone is ideal. Studio a dynamic microphone is the way to go. It's also important to set up a recording protocol right now i. told everyone here that I am recording this podcast, and so they are in another room, and they know when I come get them. That I'm done. And I think it's really important just as if you set up your office to let people know. Know when you're recording, turn off your email and any other distractions. This may seem obvious, but well. It's not always obvious now that you have your recording studio setup. You've picked your software that you're going to be using to record audio. You have a plan for where you're storing your audio. It's time to record your intro and your altro which you will use. Use for every episode, this is the introduction like hi. This is Marnie sal up. Thanks for tuning into my podcast, Marnie on the move, and my altro is thanks for tuning into money on the move I. Hope you enjoy what you hear. Make sure you follow me on. Social media on Instagram feel free to leave a review in apple five stars all those. Those things are part of my altro. This is something that you can save and use for each episode so that there is synchronicity and branding for your podcast, you also will need to record an intro that is separate for each specific episode introducing your topic introducing your guest introducing the story. This is something that you do every time that you record your podcast. Now that you've recorded your intro and your Altro, it's time to record your episode once you're done recording, and you have all the different components that you need I also suggest you pick some music for your show. You can go online on Youtube or anchor. Has Music Baked into their platform? Now that you're gone recording, you have your music and everything is ready to go. It's time to edit. The next step is mixing it all together. If you are not up for doing your own audio, engineering and editing that is totally cool. Over the past two years I have learned to do all of this on my own across multiple software platforms, but it is not simple I had a lot of help from some very savvy experts. I took some classes. I am confident that you can do it, but you can also hire people to do all of the. The audio engineering your podcast, and when I say audio engineering I mean removing the is the arms the likes the breathing noises, as you can certainly give me a buzz if you're looking for someone to produce an edit your podcast if you're looking for strategic direction or ideation, this is the next step editing your show and I just want to say. Last time knew I talked about this. In the last two episodes, headphones are so important. They really do help you monitor your own audio. Levels sound background, noise and avoid feedback the last step before you amplify your voice and brand is distribution. Once. You have this ready to go. It is time to upload your episodes to Apple. spotify soundcloud, Google play iheartradio and more. Some of the podcast hosted platforms like anchor will do it for you. Others like Lipson have easy to upload platforms either way. Apple takes a week, but then it smooth sailing. Good luck with your podcast can't wait to hear what you're putting out there. Hit me up on DM and let me know if you have any questions and tune into the next episode for Tips and advice on fun ways to promote your show on social and content calendar. Thanks again for tuning into Marnie on the move. If you like what you hear, leave us a five star review in Apple podcasts. Follow us on social at Marnie on the move for.

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Marni on the Move

06:21 min | 11 months ago

"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"People are listening everywhere and looking for content to keep them inspired entertained and educated highly one. It's Marnie Sal. Thanks for tuning into my podcast. Segment fueled by Mo each week either myself or one of my one hundred and twenty plus Marnie on the move podcast guest. We'll be offering tips and advice as well as answering listener questions topic similar to the ones we cover on learning on the move including career with beauty fitness fashion triathlon running wellness. And I will be answering many of the questions sharing secrets on how I get things done and consulting my portfolio of guests for expert advice fueled by IMO. Tiem will offer easy to follow quick insight in under twenty minutes for my listeners. That are on the move. And what fast solutions or simply want to discover something new. I hope you enjoy today. I'm talking about podcasting one. Oh One this is episode. Two of four. I'll be about finding your voice determining your format and frequency of your show. Remember there are over one million podcasts. On Apple People are listening everywhere and looking for content to keep them inspired entertained and educated. Now that you have your equipment and you are ready to get started. There's one more step before recording and possibly this was your first step. It really depends on your process. The idea for money on the move and for me interviewing CEOS founders experts athletes about their companies their business brands and their workout routines that fueled them for success. Started years before I bought the equipment. Originally it was a blog with another team. It was really a no brainer for me. Since everyone in my life all of my clients. My friends are all fueled by sports fitness and wellness. For me it's running triathlon and Yoga. Those are the activities that have always fueled me for success since I'm eighteen years old. Okay back to podcasting. Let's talk about format because there are many different formats that you can create for your podcast. You can do interview style like me where you interview guests bring them on your show and have conversations about certain topics you can host a solo show like. I'm doing right now. Which is definitely very outside of my comfort zone for me you can also have more than one host you can have a banter between you and your other host. You can offer tips and advice like I'm doing now or you can launch a podcast. That's a narrative storytelling podcast. That is really all about you and you have to do you. So get creative and have fun. The next thing to consider is the frequency and the duration of your podcast. Are you going to host a weekly podcast? Are you going to create a one off series? Are you going to host a daily show like Joe Rogan? Is it going to be seasonal series like maybe every season you create ten episodes? Sort of like what we see on Netflix's or television more along that genre where there is spring summer winter and fall and you just block out. Each season has a theme could also do different daily shows like what I'm doing with Marnie on the move where I have my interview with my gas. Then one day have tips and advice another day. I have another series that I'm launching so it's entirely up to you. It definitely has a lot to do with what style you're comfortable with. And how much time you have to produce your show. When I first started my series I wanted to have a show. That was an hour and a half long when I started to get into it. I realized that to create ninety minutes of content. I would have to spend at least two hours talking to someone which isn't really my style which I learned really quickly. And that's that's something that you learn as you go also doing the twenty minute series is little too short for me so it feels very quick but offering tips and advice for fifteen. Twenty minutes is easy but having a conversation for twenty minutes I really feel like that's just like the warm up kind of like training. It's really up to you to decide how long your show is going to be an. You can always change it. You know if you feel like you record a couple episodes and it's too long or it's too short. Get some feedback from your listeners. And ask them what they want to hear more of and also yeah. Ask them what they want. Hear more of this is really just a personal choice and of course like I said in the beginning you can explore now that you have your format set. It's time come up with a name and again. You may have already done this. But you're gonNA need to have a show name a show description a category that you're gonNA list. You're showing on apple and all of the other distribution channels and you're also going to need cover art if you are a designer great if you know designers great but you're going to need to create something that goes along with your title your description and your show category before we move onto the next episode. There's a couple of questions you should really be asking yourself right now. Who is your current social media audience? And how do they engage with your post? How do they what you're saying? And what is your message and your tone because those things can help you. Direct your podcast. And you're going to create an format your show. Also what kind of information are you offering your listeners? Is it fun is it? Educational was storytelling narrative. Like we talked about earlier. Do some research see what's out there. Check out the landscape and get ready to record your first episode. We'll cover that on the next show. Thanks for tuning in to fueled by 'EM OTM with coming to you every Friday. Thanks again for tuning into Marnie on the move. If you like what you hear leave us a five star review in Apple podcasts. Follow us on social at money on the move for.

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Marni on the Move

05:48 min | 11 months ago

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"And hosting you can really create a podcast on any budget. It depends on how high tech and fancy you want to get. It also depends on your setup and technical skill level. I went all in. I bought great equipment and learned how to edit and engineer my own audio. Thanks to some amazing teachers if you have absolutely no budget you can download the anchor APP and use the microphone on your phone to record and get started. It's not gonNA sound amazing but if you have something that you really want to share I can almost guarantee you. That people will listen if they like. What you're saying anchor is really a beginners one stop shop for podcasting and it's free. I actually host my long slow distance. Podcast on anchor and have been testing it out for quite some time and I like it. I think it's great. But I do. Use my own. Microphones speaking of microphones. If you're really serious and you do care about the sound your ability to edit produce and have really top notch audio. You're going to need to buy a few things. Let's start with microphones? You'll definitely need a microphone. If you WANNA have great audio there are two main. Types of microphones that podcasters. Use Condenser microphones or dynamic. Microphones condenser microphones are great for a professional studio or a controlled environment. They pick up all sound from multiple directions. Any noise your dog breathing in the other room. An elevator opening a neighbor next door outside talking. That's all going to be on your podcast if you don't care and this is your jam. Some condenser mics. I like are of course it goes without saying the Blue Yeti and there are brands like road and sure that make. Great microphones dynamic. Microphones are terrific. If you haven't at home studio we're there may be background noise. They are one directional. And you speak directly into them. That is what I'm using now. I personally love the Audio Technica. Twenty one hundred. I've also tried these Samsun or the road pro caster. Of course you can go on line you can. Google podcasting microphones and hundreds of options will come up so you can order a few and test them out. If you are planning to record in to your phone I do really like the zoom IQ six or Iq. Seven they are. Both condenser microphones. That attach to your iphone again. If you're using a condenser microphone. I highly recommend that you record in your closet or in a room that has lots of carpet and furniture and no other people nearby another important accessory that. You're going to need to get our headphones. Headphones are super important. Noise cancelling headphones. They are also available at all different price points from twenty five dollars to hundreds of dollars they help. You Monitor your audio levels. The sound your background noise and avoid feedback. People always ask me if they need them. When I go and I interview gas you really really do. It makes a huge difference. The key to recording is getting as close to great as you can at the onset because once you are in editing and post production it is not so simple to fix. Always test your audio levels before getting started. My favorite headphones are the Sony professional headphones or audio Technica also on the equipment front. You're going to need a few other things depending on your setup you're going to need a shock. Mount stands or arms pop filters excel are cables a`mixer preempt possibly acoustic panels and recording software. You're also going to need somewhere physically to record like a laptop or a digital recorder or your mixer some of the recording software platforms that I like are pro tools garage band audacity so I highly recommend doing a little research beyond this podcast to check out all the different equipment next up hosting your podcast needs a home. A central location. Where YOU UPLOAD. The episodes show notes and distribute the episode's there are several hosting platforms. You can use from Lipson to anchor now that you have your budget your equipment and your hosting. You're ready to get started. But before you get started you need to listen to the next three episodes. I hope you enjoy this podcast. If you have any questions you can ask me anything. Hit me up on direct message or email. Marnie on the move one at DOT com. I look forward to hearing from you. Make sure you stay tuned for the next three episodes. Thanks again for tuning into Marnie on the move. If you like what you hear leave us a five star review in Apple podcasts. Follow us on social at Marnie on the move for facebook and instagram and Marnie sal up on twitter head over to our website. Marnie on the move dot com for more INFO on this episode links in the show notes and of course sign up for our quarterly newsletter. Download to get updates deals giveaways and information on future events for twenty nineteen. I want to hear from you. Email me money on the move one gmail.com and let me know what you're enjoying what you want to hear more of. If you have questions for our guests just reach out..

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Marni on the Move

03:25 min | 1 year ago

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"Like down the road. We've discussed it. We have disgusted and there are some advantages to that because are true. Mission is it. It's true I know people say this but in our case it's not just a marketing. Wine is absolutely true that the number one thing we do is we introduce make dogs live longer healthier lives and the second most important thing we do is make money and like number two is pretty important you know. Take on a list of twenty things still number two but it's number two. It's not number one when you think about franchising for example you'd think about how many more dogs you can touch. How much quicker you can do that. Right that's why Robson. Yeah Yeah it's a great question but the problem with it is that it's really difficult model to to franchise because it seems simple but that's not the complexity of making the food When you're doing it the way we do it is is actually significant. Actually much easier to make it at home. It is the way we do it right now. Are All of our locations are owned and controlled by us? We've we've only really discussed any kind of a deal where somebody took like a master in other countries. We are helping Australia right now. We're not selling it. We're not doing it for money or anything. We're just helping them out the largest chain of pet stores in Australia's called pet barn. It's like the PETCO of of of Australia. And then they also own green cross. Which is the largest chain that hostels in Australia? And we're teaching them and showing them how to do what we do down there just for the benefit of the dogs were not even getting out of it. That's we're letting them use our recipes. We just told them. You can't call it just food production. It'll be the same recipes. That's great well. I wish you the best of luck and I will continue to feed my dogs just food for dogs. It's really been a game changer. For me personally because I was making their food. I definitely felt like I was missing. Certain things that probably they needed. And I'm not an expert so when my veterinarian told me about just food for dogs I ran over to Petco and got some food. So thank you for creating. This company will thank you thanks for thanks to be interviewed and also thanks for a customer. Thank you so much shawn for thank you. Thanks again for tuning in tomorrow on the move. If you like what you hear leave us a five star review in Apple podcasts. Follow us on social at Marnie on the move for facebook and instagram and Marnie sal up on twitter head over to our website. Marnie on the move dot com for more INFO on this episode links in the show notes and of course sign up for our quarterly newsletter. The download to get updates deals giveaways and information on future events for twenty nineteen lab. I want to hear from you. Email me money on the move one or gmail.com and let me know what you're enjoying. What one here more of if you have questions for our guests just reach out.

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Marni on the Move

04:25 min | 1 year ago

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"With the actual brand and ironically enough is the some of the studios themselves have come up with their own line of clothing so one of my favorites studios in New York City which I try to get to as much as possible as why seven. I don't know if you're familiar with it. I am love why seven. Yeah that's that whole concept of the hip hop. You just have fun you know. It's just an amazing concept. I think that they came up with something really cool and so I would consider doing one of their trainings to be able to be one of their teachers. Because is there training is different than our training. Which I I would love to learn more about? I think you have a lot of exciting things on the horizon. I definitely think you should be speaker motivational channel conferences. I know the things that you mentioned but I appreciate that I mean I would love to getting in front of people I just. I want people to be able to understand exactly. And what they're capable of and I would love to get up there and and motivate them and inspire them but the truth is like I get motivated by the people in front of me. You know all the time they they come in and like I teach so many classes but when I see like I have like say the night class versus morning class versus a Sunday class. When you have those was the night people that come in to do yoga? They like slap down those mats and they're like let's go. You have the morning Sunday people. They're like little hung over. But you need to kick me in my gut and then you have the morning people who say I need like a hard flow. My kids drove me crazy this morning. It's amazing to me the the wave save that. I'm on with this because I see every kind of person and I've gotten to understand that every kind of person and I feed off that energy. So if they're like feeling on the alone then I know I need to crack Mortiz jokes. Yeah and if they're feeling like super exhilerated I'm like wow guys I feel like there's fire coming out of our ears you know. That's the way it just goes and I go harder and some like did you just have like ten cups of coffee this morning and I'm like yes I did. How could you tell funny? This has been really awesome. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. Where can people find you on social media so you can check me out on instagram? It is pure see. Jr Underscore Yoga. You Aspen Club see HIV. Check me out there and I'm also on Facebook as club. I'm getting into the tick tock world. Oh No are you really the influence implants the seventeen year old rush. Yes and it's so much fun and my husband's on the two and we just started like having so much fun with it but I'm still feeling it out because I wanna see what these a yoga influencers do on there. So I think I found my niche and I think it has a lot to do with like do adding with these people who think like all right. I'M GONNA do push up challenges. We used to change over to the challenges and do their little song dance with it but his style. So I think I'm going to go into that realm and see what happens. So what. What's your take talk handle is the same name is my instagram pure see Jr Yoga? Oh my God I don't WanNa do take. I think it's fun. I have it on my phone. But I haven't activated needed it activate today activate you think like the new thing that brands are going to be doing like there. I mean it's already happening. I mean I will tell you this I have like eighteen yoga students that come to hot yoga. And there's very few of the teams that will come to you and they're like tick talking right before we start class. I'm like you guys aren't Tick Tock. And they're like yeah. What's your handle? Yeah that's good for your business. Yes of course so then I am. Finding you guys are going to be the ones that we're going to do those challenges and they're like done. We'll do it with you. That's a really good idea right. Love that okay. Cool well this has been awesome. Thank you so much thanks again for tuning into Marnie on the if you like. Could you hear leave us. A five star review in Apple podcasts. Follow us on social at Marnie on the move for facebook and instagram. Tom and Marnie sal up on twitter head over to our website Marnie on the move dot com for more INFO on this episode links in the show notes and of course sign up for our quarterly newsletter download to get updates deals giveaways and information formation on future events for twenty nineteen. I want to hear from you. He Nellie Marnie on the move one gene dot com and let me know what you're enjoying clean what you want to hear more of. If you have questions for our guests just reach out.

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Marni on the Move

03:28 min | 1 year ago

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"You also have a user guide on your website in case listeners are wondering how much they should take and when they should be using salt. Stick because it's so difficult to generalize. Yeah and so I went ahead and I wrote a pretty detailed usage died. Which of course it's a generalization because individuals are are are exactly those individuals but There at least to give some basis and so once again to Celtic Dot com website. You you can look at our usage guides and see what kind of event you're doing so for example you said you're running the New York City Marathon coming up yes look at the marathon program and see you know. We recommend for example taking some product the night before the race events at one hundred percent. There's no point in starting at ninety percent inch levels and so we have helpful suggestions like that as well on our website. I think that's really great advice. I mean as I'm spending in the last two weeks now and tapering and also eating lots of sweet potatoes and Avocado and working on my nutrition. So that come race day. I'm ready role. So that's good to know. I know that it's important to stay hydrated for at least as always it's important to stay hydrated but specifically as you get closer to a race is to really really be mindful of that so I will add that to my previous fuelling so stick is also available at local retailers. We have a Jack Rabbit. We try to support retailers. Because you know these days retailers brick and mortar are struggling and we do our best asked to continue to supply products to them and to support you know fair pricing across the board and make sure that we have an MS RPM obviously in place and we try to encourage retailers to support that both online and in retail and so we do sell through Jackrabbit sell through Rei roadrunners sports. Some of our a bigger chains. Yeah but you know you have a mom and pop shop near you and they carry the product. I would recommend supporting them or they don't carry it. You can certainly ask them to carry it so all right cool well. It was great speaking with you. Thank you very much for your time. Glad we got to connect and I'm definitely GONNA look on your usage guide for the night before. That's great advice vase. I didn't even think of that. So awesome thank you. You're welcome glad I could be assistance and that and that sounds great. It's been great chatting Marnie scene clean in here. Thanks again for tuning into Marnie on the move. If you like what you hear leave us a five star review view in Apple podcasts. Follow us on Social Marnie on the move for facebook and instagram and Marnie sal up on twitter twitter head over to our website money on the move dot com for more INFO on this episode links in the show notes and of course sign up for our quarterly newsletter the download to get updates deals giveaways and information on future events for twenty in nineteen. I want to hear from you. Email me Marnie on the move one gmail.com and let me know what you're enjoying what you want to hear more of. If you have questions for our guests just reach out.

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Marni on the Move

02:51 min | 1 year ago

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"That particular thing whatever that demand is at the time and it's pushing past those things reminding yourself everyone's dealing with the head when if I just push a little bit harder and don't feel like I'm giving in maybe I'll push harder than the next person edge escape in that was Andrew Kelly this is Marnie sal up things for tuning into the new money on the move podcast series longs Donnas Lsd the series is inspired by training for the two thousand eighteen New York City marathon born from my decade of training for me I I'm excited to connect you with today's guest Andrew Kelly Andrew has been a guest on the money on the move podcast twice once in July and another at alive to headset panel sleep in two thousand nineteen he came in fourth in his age group at nationals second in his age group at the Ironman Augusta seventy point three which.

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Marni on the Move

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"You're listening to a fit plus love production I just did a larger sort of more spiritual sense he really understood and sort of approached running and running bar is Marny Salip Marnie sal appear thanks for tuning into the new money on the move podcast series long slow distance the series is fueled by several of my for brands mad ritual on Roca noon hydration salts stick and novice organics.

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Marni on the Move

08:14 min | 1 year ago

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"You're listening to a fit plus love production Marnie Sal appear thanks for tuning into the Marnie on the move podcast series long slow distance the series is fueled by several of my favorite brands mad ritual on roca hydrogen salt stick and Nava Toss organics long slow distance is a seasonal podcast series purely focused on endurance sports featuring athletes the coaches and industry experts offering a deep dive into training technique racing insight and advice and of course the mind altering concept long slow distance also known as Lsd the series is inspired by my training for the two thousand eighteen New York City Marathon born from my decade of training for running and triathlon events unparalleled with my love hate relationship of doing long slow distance and my desire to be ast also a parallel for life right having to go slow to go fast is a big lesson and I had to hit the rewind button on my training a few years ago you also have to go fast to go and that's another lesson either way I decided to embrace the concept and make it fun I will be conversing with runners triathletes swimmers nutritionists doctors and more if you listened to Marnie on the move on the regular no I often get into the weeds with Marnie on the move endurance athlete guests about their training a and racing so I thought I'd do Focus Series on one of my favorite topics long slow distance we have an amazing lineup for season one New York Times Deputy Sports editor twenty four time marathoner and author of my favorite book running to the edge. Right you Futterman we also have one of New York City's top triathlon running and strength and conditioning coaches award winning podium policing athlete and runner Andrew Kelly additionally we have two-time US Paralympian American Marathon world record holder Suzannah's Koroni who is now on the team for Tokyo Twenty Twenty and competing in New York City Marathon Twenty nineteen the fourth guest Olympic contender top American distance runner Tyler mccandless who happens to also have a PhD in Meteorology and will be competing at tc New York City Marathon in November fifth guests professional triathletes Rebecca and Laurel Gene Watson the first five episodes are going up this week October twentieth through twenty seven so get ready and the last two episodes mobile is will be big surpass as I mentioned long slow distance is fueled by a few of my favorite the ones that I use every day for training racing and life I wanted to quickly share why these Brad's fuel me for success and the great deals they're offering to Marnie long slow distance listeners here we go mad ritual has changed my recovery game in a big way get ready to recover like a rebel with these awesome high-quality CBD infused products their CD bomb is off the charts amazing and I'm not the only one that thinks so mad ritual has one hundred plus five star reviews the bombs have five simple organic ingredients coconut oil shea butter olive oil plant wax. 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Marni on the Move

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"You know, doesn't take a law at once or twice a week. I just PR at an all time PR people chase doing speed once a week. So it's not that you have to hammer your legs with speed all the time. But you have to do it, but you have to do it. You have to do it, at least once because long slow distances, you're just going to get good at running long and slow you know, you're not right now, but, you know, like marrying the two where you're doing the speed, and you're doing the longest of so you build that aerobic base, it's just going to really set you up for success, when you start doing the faster stuff, I wouldn't even say, I'm in the heart of my speech, or any yet, I just started, just started, you know, and I'm already feeling 'cause I've been consistent, and I haven't skipped a workout, and even when I've been feeling that I've still gone out there. And even when I knew I wasn't gonna hit the times, I wanted to a powered through, well, that's, that's a really hard thing to do the mental physical struggle because even for me to like, when I go out there and I know I'm not going to be doing. The speed that I used to do or that I wanna do I still have to do the workout then that's hard. That is like, yeah. And it's just a feeding and you feel inadequate and you're just well, why, why am I doing this anymore? I can't hit my speeds and you know, everybody goes through time maybe it might be a week or it might be a month or it might be a year. You know, whatever it is where, you know, running might not be treating you in the best way. And I look at my running partner. Now, from college took all my partner because we always trade. Are you know what did you do for work out? What did you do for work? And we support each other that way now remotely via text. But, you know, she's not having I know she's capable of so much more. She's still running fast. I mean right. You know, relatively speaking perspective is all still running really fast. She ran like a one. Oh one for the ten mile or like brand ten miles an hour. Great, you know, but she's capable of so much more. I know that and she knows that and I know it's defeating for her. And I know. That, you know, she hasn't been feeling strong in her workouts. And she's been feeling a little burnt doubt. And I think that it makes you stronger when you get through these hard parts again, you'll have a great workout great, and you're hitting great speeds amazing. But it's how you react to the bad days and the struggles. That's what defines you as a runner, not the good days, not the good races. Like, how do you react when you feel like crap? And that's kind of what it is for me. You know it's not gonna feel easing all the time. But if you can get through the hard days, it's gonna make you so much stronger mentally as a runner, and as a person in general. That's awesome. That's true. Where can listeners find you. Yes. So my Instagram is at coach dot fits, FIT easy. And then I met mile high rent club now since the small little promotion, I only coach ten classes a week helping inspire and motivate our coaches in that kind of stuff. So still ten class. Throughout the week, I just picked up weekends again. I'll be coaching on Sundays, which super excited about because, you know, the vibe of, oh weekday class. And everyone's like gotta run. And then I gotta go to work is way different than people that come in. They're like, hey, let's have fun today in our run. And let's enjoy it. And then let's go to brunch. So Sundays in nomad. Yeah. Then you have your own private clients that you see and coach in the city. Yes. Do you also coach virtually I do little bit virtually try not to do too much most of my clients that I see on a regular basis, it's like I'm giving them their monthly plans or weekly plans? And we chat about, and then we make changes of kind of shorten my list of clients. Just because I wanna make sure I'm giving really good quality stuff in time. It's just not enough time today for everything. So I've got a select few little bunch of clients. I think six now that I work with and basically, consists of just like their weekly plans or monthly plans and then seeing. Once or twice a month focusing on, okay? Well show me, how you're doing your strength or I was going. gonna say strength training and running, and overall nutrition coaching all the way through awesome. Yeah. This has been great. Thank you so much. This is so much fun me really nicely. Thanks. Thanks again for tuning into Mario, if you like what you hear leave us have five star review in apple podcasts, follow us on social at money on the move for Facebook and Instagram and Marnie Sal up on Twitter. 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"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

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"marnie sal" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Hi, everyone. It's marnie. Sal, thanks for tuning into my podcast, Marnie on the move each week. I will be inviting interesting innovative movers and shakers to join me on the show and share their story. You will discover and hear from thought leaders experts influencers and entrepreneurs from the worlds of wellness, sports, beauty, fitness fashion and more money on the move will feature in a collective mix of people, I know work with and think are generally doing cool things on each episode. I sync up with my guests about life career and training and showcase their expertise and story. Hi, everyone. Thanks for listening in tuning in its Marnie, Sal up your host. Today's episode is all about mindset and intentions across exercise and training career and wellness. It was my first recorded live panel, which took place at world renown, athletic complex, and New York City. Jim. My home away from home Chelsea piers, fitness on the panel. I am joined by four former podcast guests to talk about a series of new topics. The panelists are professional athlete golfer and runner on your Winslow who has been building her career as a successful on air personality and voice over talent. Over the past several years, Andrew Kelly, an award-winning elite athlete triathlon coach and personal trainer. Chelsea piers fitness with his own portfolio of clients at Kelly, fitness dot com. Lewis Sager the CEO of the alchemists kitchen and Murray, Hillary pianist entrepreneur and creator of mine travel, a musical meditation and experience, of course, we talk about CBD, triathlon golf running and music. But we also talk about how these four entrepreneurs approach their career with an athletic mindset. And have wellness routines that fuel them for success, and we touch on how you can bring some of these routines into your life. It was truly a magical evening. We were on the deck outside. Overlooking. The Hudson the weather was perfect. Although I did think it was going to rain, and I was very nervous the event began with the panel where listeners got to experience firsthand what it was like to be part of the podcast with digital wireless headsets almost as if they were in the room where it happens following the panel, Chelsea piers, fitness talented and popular yoga teacher, Danielle Prager Levin, Jasa style yoga class to the music of mine travel and Murray continued to play through chevelle into the night now while all of this sounds amazing and wonderful. The episode audio is a little rough at first look at true entrepreneur I head of vision and took a big risk. My first time recall. Adding alive event at this venue, and I really set the bar high we outside recording digitally, no wires with some technical interference signals and occasional helicopters in the background. But my audio engineers are terrific. And I realized though it's not the same as being in the studio. So I just wanted to prepare you for a few glitches here and there, but the episode is super inspiring and empowering, it's a great conversation. And I hope that it plant some seeds for you to set your intentions for the new year. I would totally do it. Again, ki- learning take the risk. Get out of your comfort zone empowered team and make it happen. I hope you enjoy the conversation. Please leave us a five star review in apple podcasts. Head over to our website, Marnie on the move dot com. For more details and links in the show notes and sign up for our quarterly newsletter. The download to learn about more live events for twenty nineteen. Great deals and give aways from partners and updates. Also, follow us on social media on Instagram and Facebook, it's at Marnie on the move. And I am dusting off my Twitter platform. So follow me on Twitter, personally, Marnie Sal up and before we get started a word from our fuelling partner fit. Plus love today is episode is fueled by partner company for which I am the co founder full disclosure fit plus love v plus love is a digital and real time, fitness and wellness lifestyle and entertainment company. Fuelling consumers with sports, fitness and wellness content through events and digital media from our signature morning on the move podcast are online articles at momentum and upcoming festivals summits and pop-ups it is our mission to bring you everything. Awesome. And next level from the worlds of sports, fitness and wellness head over to our website at. Fit plus love dot com. Sign up for our newsletter and stay dialed in a hope you enjoy today's episode. Thank you so much everyone for coming tonight and really excited to have you here for this Marty on the move panel with my amazing guests, I I really wanna thank Chelsea piers fitness for helping me with this putting together letting me hosted here at their beautiful gym also wanna thank their partners smart water. And also the fresh co where they're giving you in your swags. You will see two dollars off to go grab some food after. And then also I really wanna thank my partners from the alchemist kitchen Lewis Sager one of our panelists who is here tonight. He is one of the podcast guest mardi on the move podcast, which I'm sure all of you have heard or tuned into at some point. He is the CEO of alchemists kitchen and also an expert when it comes to see be how many people know what CBD is how many people are taking. CD how many people have taken the CD in their gift bag right now. All right. You need to take it. And Lou is going to tell you why. As soon as we get to Lou, my other panelists here tonight are also guests on the mardi on the move podcast. We have Andrew Kelly who is an elite athlete. He just came in fifth overall in the New York City triathlon.

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