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Marni on the Move

07:03 min | 1 d ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Needs around me up really smart people. That are really good at a number of other things that i just. I can't i just can't do so the one or two things that i'd say that i'm good at or like spending time with in honing in on what is in terms of tasting tease. I a crazy olfactory memory. So i'm able to remember how and smell the case or extended periods of time. And so what i do is like that memory game where you remember where the cards are so in terms of how each ingredient might complement each other. I'm able to use that data in my head. How things will complement how they'll play out enters labor profile so that is one that i love tapping into in terms of tasty. It's really simple. it's when you taste. He over eighty percent of what we cases actually through our sense of smell. So just like with wine tastings slope in the one little hack that we do a little bit. Different is after we case because over over ninety eight percent of what you're drinking water so you're looking for that nuance within the two percent. Is we do who almost like a new job. Breath the yoga breath after we drink so with their lips closed just a slow breath out through the nose and what that does is it. Just really gets everything hyper engaged. And you're really able to dive into where things hit the knows. Where things at the palette. That was steve schwartz. This is marnie salip. Thanks for tuning into my podcast. Marnie the move. Each week i will be inviting interesting. Innovative rivers shakers to join me on the show and share their story. You will discover and hear from thought. Leaders experts influencers entrepreneurs from the worlds of wellness. Sports beauty fitness fashion and more money on the move will feature an eclectic mix of people. I know work with and thank 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. Hello marnie on the move listeners. Welcome and welcome back on your host marnie seller. Today i am joined by world. Renown master t blender and the founder of art of tea. Steve schwartz but. I shout out to our sponsors inside tracker inside. Tracker is the ultra personalized nutrition. Platform that analyzes your blood dna and lifestyle help you optimize your body from the inside out the gutu for standing by inner health looking at my blood levels and getting great nutritional insight inside tracker transforms your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science back recommendations. You need to reach your goals take control of your health and wellness unlocked the power of your potential use code for twenty percent off. Thank you emo tia. And of course. There's a link in the show notes. Now steve's fascination with two began back in nineteen th six while studying preventative and holistic medicine at the ir vetik institute in new mexico. He learned that t is so much more than a warm comforting beverage. It's a gateway to better health happiness and productivity at the art of tea. Steve applies his background in irbid initially cultivated. During his time studying at the institute to the creation of award winning blends that showcase his passion for the alchemy of combining herbs and botanical originally drawn to the field after his mother passed away from cancer when he was nineteen years old. Steve became curious about eastern and preventative medicine as an alternative to the western medicine that failed to see his mom following his tenure at the institute. Steve traveled around the world to meet with farmers in asia. India africa. The middle east to broaden his knowledge of tea and learn how climate and terroir impact its expression and flavor on this episode. Steve scherzer's extensive knowledge of all things irish tea. And where the two intersect we talk about the various origins black white green and yulon teas as well as the health and wellness benefits of each unique blend. Steve chats with me about his experiences traveling around the world in search of the highest quality leaves and his rise to prominence. As the first master t blender in the stephen. I think about the inspiration behind the art of tea and the entrepreneurial mindset that powered his company to success steve shares invaluable advice on following your passion and never been too afraid to take risks. Save also lets me in on the mindfulness and exercise routines they keep him living a balanced fulfilled and focused life. Steve's drive and passion for expanding people's knowledge of the history of tea has cultivated relationships with brands acclaimed chefs and restaurants like google bureau weighing the peninsula. Hotel wolfgang puck and so much more today. Art of tea is an award-winning tea. Importer and wholesaler based in la. That hand blends and custom crabs the finest organic teas and botanical since he founded the company in two thousand four. Steve has grown art of tea into a leading purveyor of organic and specialty teas and he is guiding voice within the industry the brand's extensive offerings and services include custom t. menus and blends retail tease a pyramid teabag line hospitality programs training and private label partnerships. Art of tea offers a broad spectrum of these including its single arjun collection a wellness line featuring tease the combined herbs and botanical. 's as well as ice tea ceremony lead macho after my conversation with steve. You're going to be hooked on t. So thanks to art of tea. Here's a code to get. You started for my listeners. Art of tea is offering fifteen percent off. Use this code marnie on the move fifteen through july twenty twenty one. 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"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

05:57 min | Last month

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"You're listening to a fit. Plus love production learned is that we need this kind of never give up. That doesn't mean you're not gonna fail that. Most entrepreneurs i know are motivated more by the fear of failing and they are a success. So if you're afraid of failing look at things differently than if it's oh. I got a of money on this thing and this way i think the most successful people i know came from that. Come with that personality trait. The other thing is is. Don't don't get don't let people tell you now because there were a number of people telling us starting at shoe company when the only should companies in the world of the time where nike brooks and as six in new balance you can never do it and we proved them raw and other companies have since followed that lead. That was jerry lee. this is marnie salip. 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 neglected mix of people. I know work with and thank 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. Hello welcome and welcome back. Movers and shakers money on the mood listeners. On your host marnie salads. How's everyone doing enjoying these warmer. Temps my east coasters. I am so ready for spring. I don't know about you guys. But i cannot wait. I can't believe it's been a full year. Since everything shut down and cova quarantine began. It has definitely been challenging sad terrifying stressful all of those things but the only way to be resilient is to find the silver linings. It was the first time. I recorded this podcast via phone and it sucked but hey on the bright side i am now posting as you may have noticed two to three guest episodes a week plus i launched a new marnie on the move youtube channel. Which will be linked in the show notes. I have a biweekly weekly eventually weekly newsletter. And this summer we are launching a very cool team m. o. t. m. virtual olympic distance triathlon challenge. Which if you are nearby. I will be doing mine in sack. Harbor east hampton and montauk and love socially distanced masked company and we may open it up to runners and cyclists that. Just do one leg of this triathlon. But that's a separate episode speaking of running today's guest. Jerry lee is the co founder of the game changing running company and sneakers newton before we get started shoutout to my sponsors inside tracker inside. Tracker is the ultra personalized nutrition. Platform that analyzes your blood. Dna and lifestyle to help you. Optimize your body from the inside out the my go-to for understanding my inner health looking at my blood levels and getting great nutritional insight inside tracker transforms your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science backed recommendations. You need to reach your goals. Take control of your health and wellness unlocked the power of your potential. Use our code for twenty percent off. Thank you emo tiem. And of course there's a link in the show notes now back to our guests. Jerry lee became a pioneer of the running shoe world. In two thousand seven when he co-founded newton running known for their colorful designs and revolutionary technology newton paved the way for boutique running shoe companies to compete with big name brands on both the professional and recreational running scenes during our conversation jerry shares were his journey into running began his pivotal move to boulder colorado and the inspiration behind newton running. He talks about how his passion for running sparked the idea to create this super innovative shoe. That mimicked this incision of barefoot running and thus newton running was born. We talk about the evolution of the newton brand from promoting it. I m men expos to becoming a well rounded highly marketable shoe for all runners. Jerry also shares his commitment to sustainability and newton so proud legal as a certified b corporation in this episode. You will hear advice on how to buy the right. Running shoe for you. Tips for new runners and the value of an entrepreneurial mindset and finding your passion if you like what you hear us a review on apple scroll through episodes click on five stars. Click on leave a review. And tell us what you love. Share it with your friends on social and of course. So not for our biweekly newsletter..

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Marni on the Move

02:22 min | Last month

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Welcome back to the marnie on the move. Podcast i'm your host marnie salip. Hugh are going to love today's guest. He's an entrepreneur top cyclist and coach and a super inspiring guy who's business has been a beacon of light for so many cyclists year his name nelson gutierrez a owner of strictly bicycles. But before we get started shout out to our sponsors inside tracker inside tracker is the ultra personalized nutrition platform. That analyzes your blood. Dna and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. The are my go-to for understanding. My inner health looking at my blood levels and getting great nutritional insight inside tracker transforms your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science backed recommendations. You need to reach your goals. Take control of your health and wellness unlocked the power of your potential use code for twenty percent off. Thank you emo tiem. And of course there's a link in the show notes now back to nelson. When strictly bicycles founder nelson gutierrez opened his store in nineteen ninety-four. He dreamed of not only sharing his sport with the world but creating a community of passionate cyclists looking for a welcoming place to socialize refueled and purchase the highest quality gear to set them up for success and that is exactly what he did. Just ask any cyclist. Where they're going to stop is on a long ride outside new york city. The answer strictly bicycles. It's the place to be and guess what cycling season is upon us on the east coast. West coasters have been cycling all year. Temps are warming up. So i'll be strictly in new jersey starting next weekend on sundays for sure on today's episode nelson shares. How he fell in love with cycling as a way to expand his horizons and explore new places while growing up in the inner city. He talks about working at a bike shop. At the age.

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"My main takeaway from all of everybody. Just you gotta do you. And everybody should respect that. Everybody has to move at their own pace and find their own balance and respect one another because it scary and everyone has different level of anxiety around everything. That's going on right now. That was jordan. Brower this is marnie salip. Thanks for tuning into my podcast. Marnie on the mood each week. I will be inviting interesting innovative movers and shakers to join me on the 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 an eclectic mix of people. I know work with and thank are generally doing cool things. On each episode. I sync with my guests about life career and training and showcase their expertise and story pie. Everyone welcome welcome back to the money on the move. Podcast on your host marnie salam. I am very excited to connect you with today's guest jordan brower jordan brower is an emerging communication creative star to watch. She's a junior at tulane university of communications major and business management and well full disclosure. My cousin this summer jordan intern for the morning on the move podcasts and offered great insight into our creative looking vibe designed some fun graphics and helped a ton on the research front usually on the show i talked to people who are further along in their career but every now and then i like to dial back and check in with emerging talent up incomers young. Movers and shakers last week. I caught up with me. Eakins u. Penn twenty twenty grad now fro runner with brooks running and brooks piece truckload and next up we have another twenty twenty college grad. Throw runner and social media influence for and youtuber. Today i get the gen z inside scoop. Jordan sheds light on her social media go. To's her new fitness routine career goals. And how the pandemic has shifted her mindset social protocols and health routine. I hope you enjoy what you hear if you do. Leave us a review on itunes. It's easy head over to the money on the move podcast flick. Through all of the different episodes click on five stars and viva's a positive review follow us on facebook instagram or linked. In at marnie on the move before we dive into today's conversation. A word about our sponsors inside trapper and maverick tools. Ub are you ready to take control of your health and wellness journey today more than ever. It's essential that we do all the right things to keep our bodies healthy inside. Tracker is the ultra personalized nutrition. Platform that analyzes your blood dna and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science backed recommendations. You need to reach your goals. Unlock the power of your potential with inside tracker and use our code. Thank you emo tm on their website inside checker dot com for twenty percent off. Also check out the link in our show notes mattress. You'll cbd has changed my recovery game in a really big way there. Cbd bomb is off the charts. Amazing the bombs have five simple organic ingredients coconut oil shea. Butter olive oil plant wax. Cbd and different blend of essential oils. Personally i prefer the eucalyptus and peppermint not just for athletes. The products are formulated to ease. All the aches and pains that. Come along with being an active. Human mad ritual is offering marnie on the move listeners. Fifteen percent off head over to their website mad virtual dot com and use the code marnie on the move now onto the episode. So thank you so much for all of your help. This summer on social media and instagram. I was so sad to hear that you weren't going to count this summer. But i was really so excited. Have you interning for me and so thankful that you reached out and that we were able to do some really cool stuff on instagram. And get some insight on the podcast and do all kinds of research and fund design and creative for stories and thanks for being here today of course on folks cited and thank you for everything that you did for me this summer and i really did. Learn so much from your gained so many insights. That experience was more than a silver lining. But you know at the end of the day what ino- wanted it to go any different and like everybody else my plans. This summer changed five hundred times but it definitely ended up being the vast experience. So thank you well. You are welcome. How does it feel to be back at school. It's very weird. It's definitely for than any other semester. That i've had but finding the new things that will bring the excitement and have fun in a less find way. But it's weird mike. Mycoses are all online. Now i mean the school hasn't said that but just in terms of organization. The teachers just really having half the class on soon than half the class in person it was a lot. So i'm not leaving the house. I'm brian but it's definitely much better than i thought it would be. I forgot show match. I actually really love living at home. No fence my family but no i. I loved living at home. I really did joining this time. But it's very different having this independence. That i missed and i didn't even realize that i missed until i got back here and being my friends. We had our semester cut short last year. So i'm definitely happy back with my friends because a lot of the live anywhere near as so. I haven't seen them in six months. Your junior so you're in college for two years on your own having fun being independent like of a sudden and you go back home and he really interesting annually jocelyn at first by glad to have that time with my sister and the rest of my family and it really flew by like honestly. I can't even believe that. I was home for that long because in total. I don't even know what i did. Look really feels like it was only in one flew by for me. I mean seriously like we had a conversation. I know like in june and then you're like back at school it was it was easy. Yeah i know. I have to look at pictures to remember the things that i did but unfortunately before summer and before it was hot i didn't do anything. So there's no documentation the movies and the binge-watching net. Flex i i. I know that's what i did. I don't actually remember anything else is not on instagram. It didn't happen exactly. yeah. I feel like it's really interesting because if feels like the last six months have flown by but at the same time it feels like. When is this going to be over. You know it's like never ending but it's an it's weird. It's a.

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"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

04:19 min | 8 months ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Each episode, a sync up with my jazz about life career and training and showcase their expertise and. Stories. Hi, welcome. Welcome back to the Marnie on the move podcast I'm your host Marnie. Salip you're listening to episode one hundred and thirty eight Yup for real to our sponsor. Mad Ritual CBD, more about my faves CD ROM later I just got back from a much-needed, very short rejuvenation talks in Montauk I absolutely needed to disconnect and plug back into nature. Get some ocean and bay swimming in do some long rides on the open roads and really just disconnect from social these past few months have certainly been challenging for everyone I'd love to hear from you on how you're powering through these times staying fit, healthy and mentally focused. Hit me up on instant diem. Let me know connect with me on Straub ores whipped. Join a group or team for workouts. I'll be leading a few over the next several months and don't forget sign up for the morning on the move newsletter to get the inside scoop on upcoming guests topics discover amazing fitness and wellness products and routines and learn about Marnie. Move, July fall summit online workshops and more. Okay..

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

03:15 min | 9 months ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

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Marni on the Move

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Some. People talk about work life. Balance a hate that topic, because I think to do really well in an area. Your life has to be out of balance. It's practically impossible to stay in balance. That was Arshad Ball. This is Marnie Sal up? 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 here from thought leaders, experts, influencers and entrepreneurs from the worlds of wellness sports, beauty, fitness, fashion, and more money on the move will feature an eclectic mix of people I. Know Work With and thank are generally doing cool things on. On each episode I sync up with my guests about life, career, training and showcase their expertise and story. Hi, everyone, welcome to the morning on the move podcast I'm your host Marnie Salip thanks for tuning in lots going on over here. It ammo Tiem each queue. Thanks so much for coming to our live to headset panel, Chelsea, piers fitness in Brooklyn and Chelsea this week it was so great to meet everyone and also get some new listeners, so thanks again for coming, and of course for posting about the events on instagram and facebook and tagging all of our awesome partners at wetter spoon, forcing matic core, white claw, and novice, and of course Chelsea Piers. I really appreciate all the social love. We still have one more event as part of our well intentioned live to headset Marnie on the move summit on Wednesday January twenty third at we work at five hundred seven, th avenue at Thirty Eighth Street with the famous Lucy Danza Gir- of hinted and Laura Dolan founder of pretty connected..

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Marni on the Move

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"You're listening to a fit. Plus love production never limit where running could take. You don't mean in just running itself where the sport can take. That was Bharti. Also this is Marnie Salip. Thanks for tuning into my podcast..

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Marni on the Move

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Juggled so I I was a soccer player. Required play soccer for Penn state from I think fourth grade I was telling people all over the place and state played soccer my freshman year in the fall and then in the spring as a goal to track. It'll get me really in shape for soccer. The next year and I ran my first mile and broke five minutes. And it's like like wow. This is actually quite fun. By the end of the season I had big improvements focused more on the two mile and found this love of the sport where it's very simple. It's you run at varying levels of effort and you set goals and when you achieve them you can build upon admirals and it's very black and white. That was tyler mccandless. This is Marnie Salip. Thanks for tuning into the new money on the move podcast okay. Ceres long slow distance. The series is fueled by several of my favorite brands. Mad Ritual C. D. ON ROCA noon in hydrogen salt stick and Nava Toss organics long. Slow distance is seasonal podcast series purely focused on endurance sports featuring athletes coaches and industry experts offering a deep dive into training technique racing insight and advice and of course the mind altering concept of 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 fast. Ast I decided to embrace the concept and make it fun I will be conversing with runners. triathletes swimmers nutrition. Is Doctors more. If you listen to Marnie on the move on the regular you know I often get into the weeds with Marnie on the move endurance athlete guests about their training and racing. So I thought I'd do a focus series on one of my favorite topics topics long slow distance. Hi thanks for tuning in to money on the move and my new series long slow distance. I'm your host Marnie solid. I'm also officially a proud marathoner. I finished the cheesiest New York City Marathon this weekend and I have lots to say so. Stay tuned tune for my wrist debrief session later this week. Today's guests also ran the TCI's New York City Marathon and is headed to compete in the Olympic trials in spring. Bring Twenty Twenty Tyler. mccandless is top American distance runner. Scientists has E. P. H. D. in meteorology and is one of the founders of the Kuwaiti Marathon Youth program a marathon his participated in for nine years. He has competed in two Olympic marathon trials and qualified for third with his two twelve twenty eight marathon to finish second at the USA Marathon Championships in December. Two Thousand Seventeen Tyler is also a new dad with a sixteen week old son as I read this. He lives and works in Boulder Colorado as a machine learning scientist at the National National Center for Atmospheric Research and is currently working on a variety of projects in the research. Applications laboratory alternate is R. Arielle including using machine learning techniques to improve wind and solar power prediction a project in Kuwait and building an algorithm improve wildfire prediction. Tyler has won four marathons the marathon in Hawaii in two thousand eleven twelve and thirteen gene and also the Iraqi city marathon in Japan in two thousand twelve inch ally of two thousand eleven. He was awarded the Roadrunners Club with America's Rhode Scholarship in which is an award to assist American close collegiate runners who show great promise to develop a national and world class distance running athletes. 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"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Sir. The I believe he just got to keep trying and you have to pink for yourself. It's you what's inside you that you want to express that was Karen, Sal up. This is money Saleh. Thanks for tuning into my podcast Marnie on the move each week. I will be inviting interesting innovative. Uber's shakers to join me on the show and share their story. You will discover an here from thought leaders experts influences and entrepreneurs from the worlds of wellness, sports, beauty, fitness fashion, and more money on the move will feature collected mix of people, I know work with and thank are generally doing full things on each episode. I sync up with my guests about life career and training and showcase their expertise and story. Hi, and welcome to the money on the move podcast. I'm your host, Marnie Salip, happy mother's day. Hope you had a wonderful weekend. I have a very special guest on the podcast this week in honor of mother's day. I thought it would be fun to invite my mother Karen sell up to join me on the show. She is in New York Times reviewed award-winning fine artists and abstract expressionist whose paintings Greece the walls of top galleries in New York City, Long Island, Palm Beach, Miami and many cities in between her career spans over four decades where she has explored a spectrum of styles from realism to abstract expressionism. We are talking all things art from painting to building a business from creativity to entrepreneurship, my mother, and I converse about where her art career began her journey from painting as a hobby to pursuing a career as a professional artist. The challenges and opportunities along the way. Her method style influences and inspiration. And of course, we talk about the athleticism and fitness that have fueled her for six as always thanks for tuning in. And all your great feedback on the podcast. I appreciate your DM's and questions on social keep those emails coming. If you like what you hear leave us a review on apple podcasts. It's easy scroll through the list of Marnie on the move podcasts on your app. Click on write a review share what you like about the podcast, your favorite episodes. What inspires you tell your friends to listen, Email them a link posted on your social platforms and tag, Marnie on the move spread. The love also sign up for our newsletter. The download to find out about upcoming events and summits this summer. Great deals offers and giveaways now on today's guest. But before we get started today's episode is fueled by sun Poche. Shen? I am such a huge fan of their super high quality organic tonic herbs, mushrooms and superfoods. I have been using variety of their transformational foods and supplements for the past three years have been major game changers. For my overall health and wellness lately, I have been using the pine pollen and Oshawa Gonda for hormones, imbalance Chagas for my immune system, and my favorite cortisol ups for extra energy pre-workout. I simply add them to my coffee or my smoothie every day. And I'm on the move head over to their website, some potion dot com and use the code Marnie on the move for ten percent off. Now onto the episode. I'm really excited that you're here today from Florida to do this podcast. I I know it's taken a lot of me convincing you to be a guest on the podcast. So thank you. Well. So let's start with where you began and your long career as a very well known highly respected New York Times reviewed artist where does it begin for you in high school? I had an illness and it was at a school for a while. And when I was able to get back on my feet. I went with my grandmother to the Y on queens boulevard, and I started, you know, keeping myself busy and just doing some drawing and when I got back tie school. I started taking a lot of art classes, and it just bloomed and from there, I went to CW post, and I went to school of visual arts Brooklyn museum in all kind of like came together. Where did you grow up? I grew up in Forest Hills. And where are you going to high school Forest Hills high school? Going shoes in Forest Hills, New York, and then did you work at all when you were in high school, I did work, but it had nothing to do with my art. I did some democracy for a lawyer. I worked in a dental office. I did all the things that you can kind of fit in while you are going to school high school when you model that was probably nineteen sixty eight sixty maybe the under sixty seven sixty eight I always wanted to be in the art C there. It was acting or modeling my father worked for ABC TV. He was really well respected there. And he kind of brought me in under his wing, and it was fun. I had a great two gears working as a color test model. We didn't have the kind of computers. We have now to pick up color that was a beginning of working in the arts that ended show. You know, I got married. Read, and I went to study art in different places like mentioned before Brooklyn museum school of visual arts. And then I kinda ended up at CW post because I was married, and we were living on Long Island, and it was convenient. And who were some of the artists that influenced you to pursue a career as an artist and follow this path when you were younger once or started taking classes you start as a realist artist, and you work yourself up to impressionism, and those artists would be Monet loved his work, a love his colors, and I I loved the whole feel of that. And I did that for quite a long time. And then I had a teacher that mentor me on one on one basis, and he wanted me to try to paint like my life was at that time, I had three little girls, and I was. Running from studio to soccer, tennis, and all the classes that you fill in your children's lives with. I was you know, being an artist a mother, a wife, and I just went along and did start painting a change to style. And I started painting abstractly, and he artist is no longer with us, Jerry Okamoto, he really pushed me into the abstract John rock loved it right away when right to it. It was me. And I started painting quick and change my nedia. My started painting with acrylics and pencils and just changed my life, and I've been painting over forty years, and I started really being calling myself a professional artists in the middle of the nineteen eighties close I was able to sell and then I started teaching painting. And that's how it's happened. When did you get into your first gallery like how did you go from taking painting as a hobby to getting into a gallery and going to be a professional artist? First of all it's very hard to get into a commercial gallery that was not even in my realm of thinking, I started out with some galleries on Long Island BJ spoke which was in hunting chin and there was a gallery that I was involved with in seek lifts and they will cooperative. So you had to pay some money and you had a sit and work in the gallery, you that was a lot of fun. I like that. And that grew into me starting to see my work as a true artist. And I started moving into the city and walking around the galleries and seeing where I could fit in I met a lot of other artists in studio in great neck, and we all kind of like work together and gave each other ideas. And from there. I started veridian gallery. I was there for five years that was on fifty seventh street, I believe the buildings address was twenty five west fifty seventh street and that also led from one gallery to another. I remember when you were at the virgin gallery. That's when you got the right up in the New York Times. Yes. Yes. What was that? Like to have your was that the first right up that you have a serious one was Helen Harrison. That was the first one that really was it was. Outrageous. It was just. I was over the moon because you, you know, you're not always sure when you send it invitation to arrive or or the post or the times that they're going to respond, and I just got lucky because she came into the city and reviewed my show, and that's the beginning of wanting more more and more. And over the years, I've tried to get into a lot of commercial galleries, and it's not easy. What's the process for an artist to get into a gallery? The process then was having your resume a statement, lots of slides, pictures, and all your news media, and you send it in an envelope. I'm kind of laughing at this because today is so different. And hope that you get a response, and it was trying. Got a lot of nose and a few yeses, and you know, the s in the past. Now, you have to have a resume a CV a statement and images you have to have Jane pegs, and they have to be a certain way, and it's a whole different world. I think it's amazing. I've seen how you have gone through your career. I was there at your opening at the variety and gallery, and I was there when the New York Times article came out, and that was huge. I've seen many many of your shows. And I've seen you in the last five ten years really get back into it. In a big way. I mean, you've been showing in Palm Beach in West Palm Beach in Miami in in Fort Lauderdale. So you've been showing all around, you know, obviously, you are not living in New York City anymore, and it's very hard to you have to be here to be seen. And so you've been really growing your business again in Florida and you've gotten some. Great reviews in the Palm Beach post Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel in the Boynton beach forum. So you've been really rebuilding your career in Florida into expanding into a new market, which is the Florida art scene. Tell me a little bit about that. Well, I I want to say that I have been member of the national association of women artists since nineteen eighty six and I've been active in that. All this time have showed in many of the gallery shows now online, they've exhibited my work, which is like I said before a whole new world, it's the XXX generation, and I was also president of women individual arts. And that's in Florida. And I was vice president of national association of women artists in Florida. So I have all that now. Under my belt as I've grown in the process of painting, abstract Lii, and it's a whole different vocabulary. It's more like painting visual poetry, and

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"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Soon. Focus on the gratitude. And then when you focus on the gratitude that shifts energy vibration, and that starts to make you feel more positive and then lo and behold when you're feeling more positive all of a sudden you start attracting positive people in your life. All of a sudden, you start attracting circumstances and things that change your life in a positive way. So you can't wait until you get XYZ to become happy. They have to manifest the happiness now, and it starts with gratitude. It's like you can't wait until you either hit a goal weight or you achieve a certain amount of dollars financially or until you've gotten the house or the apartment or the relationship before you can be happy. It doesn't work like that. At all you have to be happy now, which starts with gratitude for what you have. Now, you shift your energy, vibration. And then lo and behold, all the things you desire, just come into your life. But it starts with being happy right now that was Daphne Yang. This is Marnie Salip, thanks for tuning into my podcast Ma. Arne 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 an eclectic mix of people, I know work with and think are generally doing cool things on each episode sync up with my guests about life career and training and showcase their expertise and story. Hi, welcome. To the morning on the move podcast. I'm your host, Marnie sallow. Thanks for listening and all your feedback on the podcast. I appreciate your DM's and questions on social keep those emails coming. If you like what you hear leave us a review on apple podcasts. It's easy scroll through the list of money on the move podcasts on your click on writer review and. Share what you like about the podcast your favorite episodes inspires. You. Also, tell your friends to listen, Email them a link posted on your social platforms, tag, Marnie on the move spread. The love and exciting news things to all of your awesome questions. Our new segment and many pod launches this week. Every thursday. I will answer your questions along with podcast guests at experts and offered tips advice and insight on all kinds of topics including fitness, wellness, beauty fashion and more in under twenty minutes. Finally, sign up for our newsletter. Download to find out about upcoming events and summits this summer. Okay. Now, are you ready to feel empowered inspired motivated? Today's guest is all about became you. Feel good bring you joy empowering you with the strength and confidence you need to live your best life from her. Popular fitness class hit and her power our networking events to her clever Instagram feed and her podcast. Just one more. You are definitely going to love this conversation with entrepreneur an innovator Daphne Daphne turned her love of dance passion for running talent for performing choreography and her personal training experience into a life and career. She loves with the launch of her wildly popular fitness class hit her class. Burst onto the fitness scene in October two thousand thirteen what began as a group workout with a few clients in central park has grown into the ultimate high intensity interval training workout on today's episode. We talk about how running transformed her life. The narrative she created that almost prevented her from building her brand having a positive mindset. And of course, her class hit the one hour eight hundred calorie burning workout she created that blasts body fat torches calories. Scopes, lean muscle mass strengthens the core skyrockets metabolism and improves. Cardiovascular endurance empowered with BFA in dance from NYU. 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"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Sir. It depends kind of when you experience a stress, and I'm talking about everyday stress. I'm not talking about sort of more long-term ongoing issues, but everyday types of hassle kind of lost keys type of thing. It depends on how you're feeling to begin. It's not really the stressor itself. It's really your perception of the stressor because something to one person having to do the dishes might be really stressful to another person they might be like this is kind of calming for me. So it's really your perception of the stress. It self has a lot to do with how you feel at that moment. So are you well rested? Did you just eat a bucket of ice cream when that happened? Did you skip your workout this morning when this happened? So if we can sort of have more up lifts in our day to kind of balance the hassles. I think that's what's more important. Because a lot of this stuff this stuff like losing your keys that doesn't have to happen. All the time of your phone like always keep it in the same place that will reduce that type of stressor, but there's a lot of stress we can't control it. We can't control the late flight or the commute. And those types of things at the things that are beyond your control. How fortified? You are going into kind of manage them. And then how many uplift like do you let that little thing? Put you in a horrible mood all day, if you spilled the coffee on your everything's gonna go wrong today. I knew it. This is going to be the worst day ever, it sucks, and he's sort of becomes like you kind of prove it true or how do you snap out of that? And I think it's by kind of creating more up lives by having more interactions with people that was Dr Samantha Boardman. This is Marnie sell up. 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 an entrepreneurs from the world of wellness, sports, beauty, business fashion and more money on the move will feature an 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 store. Sorry. Hi, everyone. Welcome. Thanks for listening to Marty on the move. I'm your host Marnie Salip before we get started. With today's amazing and inspiring episode. I wanted to let you know about to really great offers from money on the move podcast guests on Rita stacks and mother personal care products. On Rita offers delicious, high protein vegan gluten nut dairy, free protein and energy bars. And snacks they are currently one of my favorite bars on the market. They are offering listeners of the money on the move podcast. Ten dollars off for first time purchases using the code jump. Start at Rita, health foods dot com. Mother dirt is a line of personal and skincare products that help restore the micro bio and natural bacteria in your skin. If you want to learn more checkout last week's episode with mother dirt president Jasmina Agonovic mother dirt would like to offer money on the move listeners. Twenty percent off and free shipping. For first time customers use this code free ship twenty upon checkout at mother dirt dot com now onto the show on today's episode I sync with psychiatrist Dr Samantha Boardman to talk about her unique and positive approach to psychiatry that emphasizes incorporating physical activity, nutrition and wellness into your life for mental health. We talk about her philosophy around everyday resilience the inspiration behind her website positive prescription where it all began why chilling out construct you out which I am definitely guilty of the value of getting out of your comfort zone. And of course, the exercise that fuels her for success positive prescription. Her website is about making life just a little bit. Better. The focus is on building. What strong not just fixing what's wrong? It's. All science backed research driven actionable, productive and digestible life enhancing resilience building. Insight and advice. Samantha Boardman is a clinical instructor in psychiatry and attending psychiatrist while Cornell Medical college, she received her BA from Harvard University, her MD from Cornell University, Medical College and has an MA in applied positive psychology from the university of Pennsylvania, get ready for a fun, inspiring and empowering conversation with Dr Samantha Boardman. If you like what you hear please leave us a five star review on apple podcasts. It's easy open the app on your phone, scroll past the list to ratings and reviews. Click on the five stars all five then scroll down and click on right review. Also, follow us on social Marnie on the move for Facebook and Instagram diem or Email. Us at Marnie on the move one a g mail with any questions, you may have for me or my guests. And of course, follow today's guests. Dr Samantha Boardman on social or head over to her website and sign up for her newsletter. You can find her at positive prescription dot com and the same on social end Facebook. Okay. Let's get started. What is positive psychiatry? Positive psychiatry is more about the study of health and wellness, not the study of mental illness. And I think if you look up the definition of psychiatry will say, it's the study of mental illness, and so I spent many years focused on on symptoms and on people's problems and medication and medicating them trying to help people feel less badly. Positives? Psychiatry and psychology is looking at the other side of the coin what are their strengths would do? They enjoy doing what sort of makes them feel strong. And if you look at studies of what people say who have mental illness talk about. And you say like, what matters you and. Yes, they want better treatments. They want better medications. They won't understand what's going on in their brain more. But they want more good days. You know, like they want better days where they feel strong where they feel good that they're enjoying life. They just want more joy in their lives. And the idea around positive psychiatry is to in addition to sort of helping people with their symptoms thinking, what can we do to help them feel strong will can we do to help them. Find some wellness within their illness and build on their capacities to reach their potential and not just try to bring them back to their baseline and help them feel less bad and their symptoms and treat those symptoms. And I think getting to sort of see them as a whole person and seeing what they enjoy doing what their goals are how they find meaning in their life. Like, what are the things that matter to them and having them do some more of that and not waiting for that to be a sort of on the cake type of thing or is an afterthought putting that front and center in treatment as well. And this is your day-to-day practice. This is what you're practicing when you see patients in your office. What kind of are you seeing like is there a demographic or like a type of person that usually is coming in to see you? It's primarily young women. And I'm not quite sure how that happened but women like mid twenties and day through like forty or so and not as much anymore. I found it used to be sort of in the midst of a crisis a break-up or in between jobs lost parent things like that. But it's become more and more. I've noticed about people who just feel overwhelmed like just with their daily life. They're just super stressed out about just getting everything done and being able to take care of their personal lives and their work life and their families and whatever else is going on. It's just daily life has become a lot more stressful. Probably has a lot to do with our phones and just our lifestyles. But it's stressful. So tell me a little bit about everyday resilience. What does that mean? Everyday resilience is sort of about said of resilience. I think people often think about it in terms of like how people recover how do they bounce back from something awful that has happened to them. And and I think that's how psychiatry defines it. And we hear about these roic stories of resilient people. And that everyday resilience is I think most of us need a lot more. And it actually turns out that people are far more resilient to like the big bad stuff that happens to them. And there's a lot of research that shows that people are pretty good ultimately at getting through difficult times. And it might have to do with social support. Actually, maybe people know when something bad has happened. And they're they're they rally around you. They bring you casseroles that no one's bringing you a casserole because your flight was delayed. You know, the idea that maybe there's less social support in our everyday lives. And also, I think a lot of everyday stress undermines our social connections to so it's the idea that like what can you do in your everyday life? Life that can help promote mental health rather is opposed to. I think in psychiatry that I was often focused on what can you do less of to make you less miserable. So I'm looking actually at the behaviors also like the physical behaviors around eating around sleeping around moving stuff like that. And that kind of taking psychiatry out of your head a little bit. And it's not just about how you're thinking. It's also about what you're doing. And so now, this topic of everyday resilience is something that you're really focused on right now. Yes, yes. I'm working on a book that I hope comes out. I'll be finished soon. It'll be out by the end of the year, I hope on everyday resilience. And it's I think more health promoting behaviors ways, you can fortify yourself and build emotional stamina to help you handle every single day because actually studies show that it is like everyday hassles that undermine our mental health more than the big bad stuff that happens to us. So it's everything from the. Bad hair day to your sports team losing to sort of negative interaction with a colleague to spill coffee. You're lost keys like all those little things that get under your skin, actually, take this long term toll on your mental health people who report

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"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Soon. I think people are struggling with their health, and they're doing all of the right thing. And yet they're not where they thought they were going to be and so they're taking matters into their own hands. That was just Meena avenue. Vic, this is Marnie setup. 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 an 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. Welcome to the morning on the move podcast. I'm your host, Marnie Salip. How're you doing? How're you feeling? How you're twenty nineteen intentions holding up. DM me Email me, let me know. I'd love to hear from you. Send me an Email Marnie on the move one. The number one at g mail dot com. Diaz on Instagram at money on the move. Or message us on Facebook at Marnie on the move head over to our website sign up for our newsletter. And learn about exciting offers deals and giveaways and speaking of deals our friends at our rito one offer money on the move listeners. Ten dollars off on your first purchase use the code jumpstart upon checkout on Rita health foods dot com. Also, tune in download the episode with founder Arshad ball. And learn why you need these delicious snacks in your cabinet on today's episode. I think with beauty industry pioneer entrepreneur Jasmina Agonovic, president of mother jerks to talk about why dirty is new clean how we all need to restore our skin microbiome. The game changing personal care products. That are helping restore the good bacteria and recalibrate our skins. Oh system and how jazz Mena's personal skin-care struggles inspired her to pursue a career in skin care. Kuzma, deke's and beauty as a child throughout her young adult life just municipal with acne. It was this struggle that led her to seek solutions through research and studies to sell her own personal skin issues. Her drive and passion around this topic inspired her to pursue a career in the beauty industry upon graduating and receiving her degree in chemical and biological engineering from MIT she has worked for top brands LVMH fresh beauty Neutra click and living proof and today is innovating and inventing mother. You may already know that our bodies are host to trillions of microorganisms and the skin is comprised of an elaborate and complex ecosystem. Just like our gut relies on good bacteria and probiotics are skin relies on good bacteria to help us be healthy as well. This elaborate ecosystem is called the skin bio over the years things to widespread use of soups. Odorants and other personal care products are good bacteria have been wiped out mother tes signature product AO. Plus missed contains live ammonia oxidizing bacteria also known as a OB that is bringing this bacteria back to your skin restoring your skin to its need of healthy state. AO be is micro organism that is found everywhere in leaks rivers soil, and formerly our skin mother scientific founder David Locke was the one who connected this bacterium to the human skin. He was the one who said, hey, this bacteria once existed on her skin. And I think it's really important that we should figure out why this was really the principal around which mother dirt was formed. I hope you enjoy today's Marnie on the move episode is mother president Jasmina egg Novick if you like what you hear leave us a review head over to apple podcast, scroll down to the bottom of the podcast menu. And click five stars than review. Also mother is offering Montiel move listeners. Twenty percent off and free shipping. If you're a new customer head over to their website, mother, dirt dot com and use the code free ship two zero enjoy the episode. Talk to me a little bit about mother dirt. And what mother dirt is sure. So mother Jordan is a brand that is really forcing us to think differently about what it means to be clean and healthy. In essence, we have products that are formulated to either put back bacteria on your skin or help keep it there in some way, while still letting you feel clean and still going through the basics of your daily routine. But really our goal is to use this brand vehicle to have a conversation with people around their perception of bacteria because we largely believe that it's bad. But

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"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Soon. People talk about work life balance, a hate that topic because I think to do really well in an area your life has to be on a balance. It's practically possible to stay in balance. That was Arshad ball. This is Marnie Salip, 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 an collected 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. Welcome to the morning on the move podcast on your host, Marnie Salip, thanks for tuning in lots going on over here. Ammo TM each queue. Thanks so much for coming to our live to headset panel, Chelsea piers, fitness in Brooklyn, and Chelsea this week. It was so great to meet everyone and also get some new listeners. So thanks again for coming. And of course, for posting about the events on Instagram and Facebook and tagging all of our awesome partners at wetter spoon, forcing Matic core. White claw and novice, and of course, Chelsea piers. I really appreciate all the social love. We still have one more event as part of our well intentioned live to headset. Marnie on the move summit on Wednesday January twenty third at we work at five hundred seventh avenue at thirty eighth street with the famous Lucy danza gir- of hinted and Lara your Dolan, founder of pretty connected. This is a new series. We're launching presented by talent house showcasing creative entrepreneurs head over. To our website money on the move dot com. Click on the invite on our events page and RSVP. Okay. Onto today's episode. Arshad ball is the founder and CEO of unreal. Foods protein and energy bars that fuel my training and everyday life his path to entrepreneurship was organic literally and figuratively. An also incredibly inspiring. He spent the first part of his career working in the corporate consulting world. But when his son was diagnosed with autism and severe gastrointestinal issues at the age of two are shot in his wife's life was changed forever. They did a ton of research and immediately started their son on an aggressive gluten free and dairy free nutrition program, the nutritional changes helped heal his gastrointestinal issues which allowed for better absorption of nutrition which in turn me easier for him to focus on other necessary therapies within three years. Their son was in a mainstream classroom and was doing well, both academically and socially this was in two thousand six. Wchs at a time when these types of healing remedies and food as medicine were unheard of in the mainstream world after his sons, nutritional based autism and gastrointestinal recovery are shot became convinced that plant based nutrition was the right approach for managing inflammation, the significance of reducing one's allergy load to help the body recover from daily stresses became apparent Arshad became dedicated to developing snacks free of these damaging ingredients like gluten dairy nuts soy, oil preservatives, and chemicals containing non organic foods in two thousand twelve. I'm Rita was officially launched. What began as a few pop-up starting at farmers markets. Locally got picked up by whole foods and today is November one thousand nationwide. I discovered the bars years ago through my triathlon friends, and then reconnected with Arshad at fancy food an industry trade show. He isn't incredibly savvy founder an entrepreneur with a seriously. Awesome products the protein and energy bars are delicious. And packed with superfoods and healthy ingredients as I mentioned, they are dairy free gluten free vegan. And the ingredients are amazing, of course, including everything from keen watch. He is seeds dates coconut oil sea, salt maple syrup dried, cranberries, and blueberries you name it on today's episode are shot. An I talk about where his entrepreneurial journey began food as medicine and how it helped his son healthy foods for fuelling, athletes and life, and he shares some Greek career and business insight and wisdom on building CPG brand direct to consumer sales influence or marketing more, I hope you. Enjoy today's episode. If you like what you hear please leave us a five star review on apple podcasts. Also, follow money on the move on Instagram or Facebook at money on the move and sign up for our newsletter on our website money on the move dot com. To be the first to know about our upcoming events partner deals and giveaways. You can also learn more about today's guest at Rita health foods dot com, and I'm Rita bar. On social media. I hope you enjoy before. I get started with our episode. I wanted to tell you about one of our fuelling partners Rene freeze. Today's episode is fueled by Rene freeze haircare products. The all new Scandinavian inspired cloud berry infused line from world renowned hairstylist Rene freeze Rene was recently,

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"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

13:45 min | 2 years ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Soon. It's definitely taking me to so many places, and I've served think about it in retrospect now, I I couldn't even get up on a board Rockaway beach. And now I'm going to Sri Lanka to go surfing so weird, but the journey of surfing hard, mentally because you dedicate so much time and pay serene instructors always practice, and you never get to the point. Where all man, I'm doing really well, or if the waves are too big and keep falling and just man, I I saw maybe I should give up then it's a mental play. Just always have to fight through it and just pulled out session socked butts fine on the go back in and keep trying keep trying that was make walk. This is Marnie Sal up. 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 an collected mix of people, I know work with and thank are generally doing cool things on each episode sync up with my guests about life career and training and showcase their expertise and story. Hi, everyone. Welcome to the money on the move podcast. I'm your host Marnie Salip, thanks for tuning in. Lots going on over here at M O T M H Q, you are in for a very fun episode in conversation. Today's guest is super cool. She's a globally renowned EJ event producer model an influence or fueled by surfing fashion, fitness and running in that order. So my favorite kind of guest. You may have seen her on Instagram under the handle. I am amazing. And she pretty much is if you don't believe me. Head over to sound cloud. And have a listen make walk is the go-to DJ for the fashion. Pop culture wellness scenes around the globe. She is a visionary entrepreneur with a talent for bringing brands to life through music and experiences digitally and IRL her DJ roster. Includes everyone from the CFDA McQueen Zimmerman refinery twenty nine pop sugar, and so many more the list reads, like the fashion calendar at fashion week you can follow her customary to play this on Spotify for brands like Phillip, Lim, whalebone Sakarov Fendi, and those are just a few also in her portfolio may all day her design collaboration and capsule collection with active wear brand Alah. You may have seen her on social promoting the line if not you've definitely seen her somewhere. She's also a model and recently featured on intermix online for a frame denim campaign. Even cooler than all, the fun, DJ -ing and. Fashion may is a surfer. She traveled around the world sampling weaves, she just got back from Sri Lanka a few days before we recorded this podcast. Now, if you're an avid Marnie on the move listener, you will know I'm slightly obsessed with overcoming my fear of open water, swimming, and the ocean. And I'm convinced that surfing is the cure on today's episode may. And I talk about all these things DJ -ing. Although I may have said spinning at one point big each reveal. We talk a lot about surfing and her other love fitness before. I get started with our episode. I wanted to let you know about some exciting events, you may have heard or seen on social or in our Email newsletter. We are bringing the podcast to life this January with a series of live to headset and live podcast recordings in and around New York City. It's the first money on the move live series and summit. Well, intentioned designed to empower you. With the ideas and tools to set. Your twenty nineteen wellness intentions in motion. We have teamed up with Chelsea piers, fitness and talent house to offer three days of talks, workshops and workouts, showcasing existing and upcoming podcast guests, you can get tickets on our website at the money on the move dot com slash events. But here are the highlights this week on Tuesday January fifteenth join us for a sound bath and vibrational wellness chat with Glenda young on Saturday. January nineteenth. Join us for a human design intro and workshop with Stephen rep Leto or a fitness and finance goal setting talk with Olympic silver medalist, Keith, smart, and Merrill, Lynch advisor. Emily, barb followed by Vagnozzi yoga class on January twenty third. Join me for a conversation on creative entrepreneurship with guests hinted, founder and former self magazine editor in chief, Lucy dancer. This is the launch of a new series. We are launching in collaboration with talent house at we work. I just wanted to thank all of our fuelling partners Navas four Matic. Core crushing co wait claw wetter spoon and broth masters. Okay. Onto the episode. Your globally renowned DJ amongst the fashion world and wellness scene. And you also love boutique, fitness where did this all begin for you? Yeah. My journey to being a fitness enthusiast has been interesting because I don't know I grew up in the fashion PR world, and nightlife and all that stuff and guy only started working out seven years ago. And then it was my first ever real classes soul cycle. And then I asked God, I love it. I love this adrenaline gives me love how it made me feel after and then just kept going, and you know, what I really don't like running. You know, what I'm gonna do a half marathon. And then I started training and then being in my position of who. I am and my network of friends I just started training with these mazing trainers, and then might two half marathons and beat my PR. What's your PR? I think I hit right under two hours for. Amazing. Yeah. That's great. Yeah. My first half, two hours and ten minutes. Now. What were you listening to you? Do you? Listen to music when you wrong. So yes, do you make special playlists Spiro races? Yes. I mean my last race of a few years ago now, but yeah, I pretty much put together all the most high energy songs that usually listen to which is a lot of hip hop because I grew up in New York. So from I'm from Queens, New York, I was born in Hong Kong, but I moved here when I was three. So I've been in New York all my life. The city has changed so much in the last decade. It's crazy. I've seen the vision of our city in Manhattan in queens, still queens. You're from queens Forest Hills. Still the same neighborhood the other day last week, I was home visiting my brother my nephews and my niece and we pass by. The Delhi that used to go to when I was six years old. By candy is still the same deli still called happy deli. Which is really nice and comforting whenever I go back home wind. Did you start DJ -ing where did that begin for you to begin is a DJ or spinning St. Jay? Or spinning but you're not really spinning anything anymore. I think spending a term that you use for Lionel's. Right. Did you ever use final? No. Did you ever want to? Yes. Yes. I just haven't gotten to that point in my life, where I'm like, I'm gonna take some classes learn how to do that old school old school like spinning, but I started in two thousand nine again, I was telling you I was working in PR and going out all the time and held a side hustle promoting parties and stuff, and then a friend of mine was playing music at this dive bar east village. And she was like come be, my guest TJ goes. Oh, yeah. Of course. And then put together playlist or my laptop little laptop days. And then it wasn't even it's just the list on the left top. That's weird begins. Yeah. People that put together playlist haven't year for music and not so simple. It's not. And then I played it engaging with people at the bar and people were dancing and jumping around. And it was so exciting to me as my God. I'm like reading their energy. That's just started from there. Just kept doings, nightlife eggs, and then people started catching on my first PR press video was with refinery twenty nine right? And then Dade the life of DJ make walk and they followed me around and stuff like that. So that was your first article that was written about, and then it just kind of snowballed from there. So what are some things that you just recently, our finishing work that you've done these d-? Oh, yeah. Just last week. I spun while spun. I Jade I d for pop sugar is launching a new wellness platform, the well, and I played music for the launch about they collaborated with Samson. So those nice little dinner and the meat packing play music for them. And then before that I played for Forevermark. They launched a new campaign as well. Inspired all women flange, purpose and stuff. So that are really really cool to actually came back from Bali early to to to do that you primarily at private events and launches for brands and retailers and also carry custom playlists for these companies. Yeah. DJ at product, launches and fashion brand launches and make plays. Phil bloom because I am close with them that brand some now making plays for all their stores. So this is such a cool cool job to be able. To tell stories for brands through music. Yeah. Doing that's what I'm doing. Yeah. When did you start surfing, man? My love hate relationship was hurting because I want to know more about it. And I also I need to do it. You should do it. I think everyone should do it changes your life. It's not easy. No. It's not easy. It's not easy. I think I took my first lesson or something in Rockaway beach two thousand thirteen. Okay. And then I've always loved watching surfers. I just think it's really beautiful sport. Especially long borders. Just like your dancing on water, man. I really want to do that. And then I took my lesson. Such a Kook just so bad at it, Dan. This is gonna take a lot of gonna show up in surf. Yeah. 'cause you have as being vision, I'm going to go into water stand up like fine. But then you learn learning more and more. This is so much more to it. But yeah, I've definitely dead kated. A lot of time. She surfing a lot of money. That's what you do. That's your thing. That's like your hobby. Your passion is my hobby and my passion. Now, I was a runner, and I use that as a way to get out of my head meditation thing, and I like doing that in the water now how long does he you to get really good? And I've still not when you first started surfing. You started Rockaway I started in Rockaway beach. And now you've been surfing all around the world. It's definitely taking me to so many places, and I've served I think about it in retrospect now, oh, my I I couldn't even get on board in Rockaway beach. And now I'm going to Sri Lanka to go surfing. So weird, you know, but the journey of surfing is hard mentally because dedicate so much time and you pay instructors always practice. You never get to the point where you'll have men I'm doing really well. Or if the waves are too big and keep falling. And then you just men I suck, you know. Maybe I should give up then it's a mental. Way just always have to fight through it. And just be that session socked, it's fine. I'm gonna go back in keep trying keep trying because even to this day. I think when I was in Sri Lanka a really rough day. And I couldn't get past a whitewater, and I was just really upset me. I was just like so upset do I sock in my not strong enough. I came and get through whitewater. It just kept getting pushed back. So it's definitely keep getting pushed back in can't get through the whitewater. Do you ever feel like you're gonna drown or you? Just god. No force a care. I'm asking you this from my own personal interest. I'm serious. Yeah. Unquestioned UB. This is my thing. I cannot do triathlons in open water because I can't get out past the waves. Okay. I don't know how to swim through the waves. And even though everybody says, I do I don't just have to stay calm, always say calm and just really investigate your body, and my strong enough to try again or shy paddle back in right? And take a break. I think that's basically it to stay home breathe. And if you really feel you can't try again scope back in so do you ever get out there? And it's a really big wave and your own my God. I don't know if I could do this can you come back.

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"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"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. 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. Happy new year. Welcome to the morning on the move podcast. Thanks for tuning in. I'm your host, Marnie Salip. Hope you're twenty nineteen is off to a great start. It's our one year anniversary time really does fly. When you're having fun. This podcast has been a true labor of love for me over the past year. And I'm just so grateful for you, my listeners and all of the wonderful feedback. You direct message and Email me along with your wonderful reviews on apple podcasts before I get started. With today's incredibly inspiring guest an episode I wanted to let you know about some upcoming events to celebrate the one year anniversary of the money on the move podcast and to help you set. Your wellness intentions in motion. We are bringing the podcast to life in a live series and mobile summit in partnership with Chelsea piers, fitness and talent house, the summit will take place over three days. It will be a series of talks, workshops and workouts, showcasing existing and upcoming podcast guests, you can get tickets and additional information about the event on our website at Marnie on the move dot com slash events. But here are some of the highlights. Join me for a sound bath and vibrational wellness chat with Glenn diong on January fifteenth at Chelsea piers, fitness Chelsea or on the nineteenth of January for a human design intro and workshop with Stephen rub Leto or a fitness and finance goal setting talk with Olympic silver medalist, Keith, smart, and Merrill. Lynch advisor. Emily, barb at Chelsea piers, fitness. Brooklyn were also hosting even Yasser yoga class on the same day and on January twenty third. Join me. For a conversation on creative..

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"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"marnie salip" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Sir. One of the big problems is sometimes you hit these dead zones in the oceans, you know, New Jersey at one that was, I think, one hundred twenty miles long a few years ago where this excess nutrients, the algae bloom and the oxygen gets depleted. So the fish cannot live in that zone. And so those excess nutrients are absorbed by these farms and it creates cleaner water. They also questioned carbon, which is a huge driver for climate change and they reduce ocean acidification which is moving at one hundred fifty times faster. So not only are you producing highly nutritious foods, creating jobs and some economic stimulation. But you're cleaning the ocean and addressing some of the real critical problems we face today that was Roger basin. This is Marnie Salip. 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 an electic mix of people. I know work with and think are generally doing cool things on each episode sync up with my guests about life career and training, and showcase their expertise and story. I'm really looking forward to dialing you into my next guest Roger basin, in addition to being a major thought leader, an acknowledged expert and innovator in the field of sustainable development and ocean. Energy. Roger is a martial artist, an open water swimmer and practitioner of a really cool unique kind of swimming called Hawaiian ocean swimming, which fuses, both open water swimming and martial arts. Of course, I was instantly fascinated when we met. And wanted to sync up and hear more because in addition to all of this, Roger, pioneering the next wave of the sustainable future building three d. ocean farms and developing marine permaculture off a coast of me. He is the CEO of AO Atlantic Ocean, aquaculture, and is here in New York City this week, doing a pop up and talking about his lead assed and newest innovation head over to our website money on the move dot com to learn more. On today's episode, we talk about ocean farming marine permaculture, the power of kelp, and it's a lot more than you think. We talk about swimming, of course, because it's my favorite topic. His travels and working in the Republic of the Marshall Islands Bermuda Hawaii. And Roger also shares some great lessons from his decades of experience as a founder and entrepreneur. Roger has taught graduate level courses on title. Energy at the school of international public affairs at Columbia University. He has served as technical adviser for the u. n. small island developing states. And he recently presented a lecture series at the Harvard graduate school of design on sustainable infrastructure. Marine energy, coral reef recovery and shoreline protection. As you can imagine, we cover a lot of great topics related to the future of sustainability as it relates to the ocean and literally and figuratively heavy ocean Puel's, Roger for success. I hope you enjoy, but first award about what feels me. Today's episode is fueled by some potion. I am such a huge fan of their super high quality tonic herbs, mushrooms and superfoods. I started using these transformational foods and supplements around two years ago and they have been serious games. Jurors for my health, my energy levels and even my sleep. Typically, I alternate between their union power potion an Oshawa Gonda for all things balance court. If I'm feeling low energy and wanna boost my workout or Chaka when my immune system is feeling taxed, I simply add it to my morning coffee or smoothie, and I'm on the move. Some push offers a variety of rejuvenating, restorative, and healing organic supplements and transformational head over their website, some potion dot com and see for yourself. Also don't forget to subscribe to Marnie on the move on. I turns Stitcher, Google play or Android, and of course you can good our website at Marnie on the move dot com. And while you're there, sign up for our newsletter because we have some exciting announcements deals and giveaways. Thanks again for. Tuning into Marnie on the move. Tell me about a, oh, a your newest innovation and venture. We call it a, oh, a Atlantic Atlantic Ocean

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