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Podcast #198 // Michelle Ward on Cancer, Coaching, and Making Big Life Changes

August 17th, 2017 Posted by Listen, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #198 // Michelle Ward on Cancer, Coaching, and Making Big Life Changes”

I’m having Michelle Ward back on for a second time (here is our first show), and so much has changed since the first time we talked. On this episode, Michelle opens up and shares her cancer diagnosis and the major changes she made to her life after her diagnosis. Michelle is so fun, and I so enjoyed her thoughts on life, dealing with challenges, and making necessary changes.

We also talked about dealing with uncertainty, fear of success, and putting ourselves out there.

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Podcast #197 // David Covey on Trap Tales

August 15th, 2017 Posted by Listen, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #197 // David Covey on Trap Tales”

Have you ever felt trapped? I know I have. I’ve found myself stuck in the same narrative, the same loop, the same traps over and over again. In his new book, David Covey and I chat about his new book, Trap Tales: Outsmarting the Seven Hidden Obstacles to Success.

We go over the seven traps – and the ways out – in this fun, engaging conversation. Many of these traps are the ones I fall into.

From The Relationship Trap to The Career Trap,Trap Tales shows you how to recognize the signs that you are stuck in a “life trap” in time to take an alternate route. These traps are sometimes camouflaged as a terrific opportunity, other times as comfortable security, and sometimes as simply habit. Whichever form they come in, life traps can derail you, leaving you unable to achieve the success you desire. Trap Tales will help you:
  • Learn the 7 biggest life traps that catch people unaware
  • Identify the traps that are holding you back right now
  • Discover your escape route and climb out of the quicksand
  • Become a “trapologist” and avoid them altogether

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Podcast #196 // Martin Gibala on The One Minute Workout

August 10th, 2017 Posted by Listen, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #196 // Martin Gibala on The One Minute Workout”

Thank you to PrepDish for sponsoring this episode of the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast. For a TWO WEEK FREE TRIAL of PrepDish, go to this link to try out the service for free. I’ve been using it, and I love the method! Shop one, prep once, and eat healthy, delicious meals all week! PS: Did you know I interviewed Allison, the founder of PrepDish on the show? I loved chatting with her and getting to know her. Another reason I love PrepDish! Listen to our episode here!

Martin Gibala, Ph.D., is a professor and chair of the kinesiology department at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. His research on the physiological and health benefits of high-intensity interval training has attracted immense scientific attention and worldwide media coverage. Gibala has published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles, the results of which have been featured by outlets including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, NBC Nightly News, TODAY and Conan. He is frequently invited to speak at international scientific meetings and has received multiple awards for teaching excellence. 

In this episode we chat all about his new book, The One Minute Workout. Filled with fascinating science, practical tips, and training ideas based on the latest research, THE ONE-MINUTE WORKOUT is the paradigm shift that time-pressed fitness fanatics have been hoping for. By first breaking down how our bodies respond to exercise, then explaining how microworkouts can in fact provide the same benefits as traditional endurance training, Gibala enables the reader to think like a physiologist. His unique style bridges the science and practice in compelling and easy-to-understand language, enabling readers to develop a customized approach to better, faster fitness.

It’s no wonder that HIIT has ranked at the top of worldwide fitness trends for the past few years. Health and exercise-related stories also consistently trend in the top 10 on the NYT most emailed list. As we strive to fit exercise into our already overbooked schedules, we want the most effective and efficient workouts possible. Gibala’s research has established that HIIT is the most potent form of training available. THE ONE-MINUTE WORKOUT will not only change how we think about the science of fitness but it also solves the number-one reason we don’t exercise: lack of time.

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Podcast #195 // Sarah Von Bargen on Marriage, Step Parenting, Blogging, and Finding a Tribe

August 8th, 2017 Posted by Listen, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #195 // Sarah Von Bargen on Marriage, Step Parenting, Blogging, and Finding a Tribe”

Thank you to PrepDish for sponsoring this episode of the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast. For a TWO WEEK FREE TRIAL of PrepDish, go to this link to try out the service for free. I’ve been using it, and I love the method! Shop one, prep once, and eat healthy, delicious meals all week! PS: Did you know I interviewed Allison, the founder of PrepDish on the show? I loved chatting with her and getting to know her. Another reason I love PrepDish! Listen to our episode here!

I’m excited to welcome Sarah Von Bargen back to the show! Much has changed since we last spoke in Season 1. Sarah is newly married and became not just a new wife, but a stepmom. We spoke about her transition to marriage and an instant family, and all the ups and downs that came with that big change. We also talk a lot about blogging, putting ourselves out there, and the weird ways people respond to our blogging career.

I love how open and honest Sarah is in this show about what it’s like to be a blogger and the ever evolving career of a blogger. We also talk about her latest passion: money and happiness. Who says we can’t make money and be happy? I love what Sarah has to say on this subject.

To connect with other podcast listeners, I invite you to join my Facebook group, the Creative Colleagues Community.

Please subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, and I’d love it if you’d take two minutes to rate and review the show. Thank you! I appreciate the support.

Podcast #194 // Naomi Mdudu on The Lifestyle Edit

August 1st, 2017 Posted by Listen, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #194 // Naomi Mdudu on The Lifestyle Edit”

Thank you to PrepDish for sponsoring this episode of the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast. For a TWO WEEK FREE TRIAL of PrepDish, go to this link to try out the service for free. I’ve been using it, and I love the method! Shop one, prep once, and eat healthy, delicious meals all week! PS: Did you know I interviewed Allison, the founder of PrepDish on the show? I loved chatting with her and getting to know her. Another reason I love PrepDish! Listen to our episode here!

Today’s guest is Naomi Mdudu of The Lifestyle Edit, a toolkit for creative working women. But Naomi didn’t start out with this gorgeous site full of inspirational content. In this episode, Naomi tells us about her journey from working as a PR intern for a small Italian handbag company to starting a fashion blog to assisting stylists. During this time, she realized she wanted to be her own boss and she was fed with reading perfect stories.

She created The Lifestyle Edit to tell the real stories of real creative female entrepreneurs. The ups, the downs, and the zig-zag turns. I loved this honest discussion about the challenges of being a creative entrepreneur.

To connect with other podcast listeners, I invite you to join my Facebook group, the Creative Colleagues Community.

Please subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, and I’d love it if you’d take two minutes to rate and review the show. Thank you! I appreciate the support.

Podcast #193 // Kelly Youngs on She Is Fierce

July 25th, 2017 Posted by Listen, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #193 // Kelly Youngs on She Is Fierce”

Thank you to PrepDish for sponsoring this episode of the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast. For a TWO WEEK FREE TRIAL of PrepDish, go to this link to try out the service for free. I’ve been using it, and I love the method! Shop one, prep once, and eat healthy, delicious meals all week! PS: Did you know I interviewed Allison, the founder of PrepDish on the show? I loved chatting with her and getting to know her. Another reason I love PrepDish! Listen to our episode here!

Kelly Youngs started her career in journalism, television, and producing in major markets, including CNN. After years spent working a million hours a week, she started to wonder if there was more to life than spending hours and hours at a job. So she returned to her hometown in Florida and decided to start all over again with her young family.

After working through feeling stuck and disoriented, Kelly began to put together an inkling of an idea: a community of support for women entrepreneurs. That dream created She Is Fierce, a global women’s network.

Kelly and I chatted about the importance of women supporting women, clarity through action, and finding your people.

To connect with other podcast listeners, I invite you to join my Facebook group, the Creative Colleagues Community.

Please subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, and I’d love it if you’d take two minutes to rate and review the show. Thank you! I appreciate the support.

Podcast #192 // Crystal Duffy on Writing, Motherhood, and Big Dreams

July 18th, 2017 Posted by Listen, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #192 // Crystal Duffy on Writing, Motherhood, and Big Dreams”

Thank you to PrepDish for sponsoring this episode of the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast. For a TWO WEEK FREE TRIAL of PrepDish, go to this link to try out the service for free. I’ve been using it, and I love the method! Shop one, prep once, and eat healthy, delicious meals all week! PS: Did you know I interviewed Allison, the founder of PrepDish on the show? I loved chatting with her and getting to know her. Another reason I love PrepDish! Listen to our episode here!

I loved this chat on motherhood and writing with Crystal Duffy. Crystal is a wife, mother of three, author, essayist, and social media and marketing coordinator. Crystal writes for several publications including Mamapedia and Multiples Illuminate. She also wrote a book about her experience with her high risk pregnancy with twins.

In this episode, we talk about writing, motherhood, creativity, and time management skills that allow us to write and stay home with our kids. We also talk about moving through anxiety and fear and finding space for ourselves.

To connect with other podcast listeners, I invite you to join my Facebook group, the Creative Colleagues Community.

Please subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, and I’d love it if you’d take two minutes to rate and review the show. Thank you! I appreciate the support.

 

Podcast #191 // Kelly Flanagan on Loveable

July 11th, 2017 Posted by Listen, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #191 // Kelly Flanagan on Loveable”

Thank you to PrepDish for sponsoring this episode of the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast. For a TWO WEEK FREE TRIAL of PrepDish, go to this link to try out the service for free. I’ve been using it, and I love the method! Shop one, prep once, and eat healthy, delicious meals all week! PS: Did you know I interviewed Allison, the founder of PrepDish on the show? I loved chatting with her and getting to know her. Another reason I love PrepDish! Listen to our episode here!

I could not stop thinking about this interview with Kelly Flanagan. This talk made a big impression on me because I don’t always feel so loveable. We spoke about Kelly’s journey to how he got to where he is now, his family, his career, and his new book, Loveable: Embracing What is Truest About You, So You Can Truly Embrace Your Life.

We talked about worthiness, sitting with our feelings, and how our life’s purpose doesn’t have to be this big, elusive thing. Maybe it’s right here in front of us the whole time.

To connect with other podcast listeners, I invite you to join my Facebook group, the Creative Colleagues Community.

Please subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, and I’d love it if you’d take two minutes to rate and review the show. Thank you! I appreciate the support.

25% Friends // Podcast #38 // The Treat Yourself Edition

July 6th, 2017 Posted by Listen, The 25% Friends Podcast 0 thoughts on “25% Friends // Podcast #38 // The Treat Yourself Edition”

Or, alternately titled: Kim and Sarah don’t share treats. HA! In this episode we talk all about TREATS!

+Treats vs. rewards

+Treats for all the senses

+Favorite treats

+Treating other people

+Sharing (or, in our case, NOT sharing treats)

We also answer a listener question and chat about what’s making us happy this week!

We started an IG account! Please, come say HI! We want to talk to you!

Please connect with us on our Facebook page! We love hearing from listeners. Ask us a question or leave us a comment about the show. And you can also email us at 25percentfriends@gmail.com

Also, we’d absolutely love it if you left us a review and rating on iTunes. It makes our day to see new reviews!

Podcast #190 // Kate Hanley on Stress Less

July 4th, 2017 Posted by Listen, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #190 // Kate Hanley on Stress Less”

Thank you to PrepDish for sponsoring this episode of the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast. For a TWO WEEK FREE TRIAL of PrepDish, go to this link to try out the service for free. I’ve been using it, and I love the method! Shop one, prep once, and eat healthy, delicious meals all week! PS: Did you know I interviewed Allison, the founder of PrepDish on the show? I loved chatting with her and getting to know her. Another reason I love PrepDish! Listen to our episode here!

I know I could definitely stress less! Today’s guest, Kate Hanley, wrote a new book titled, Stress Less: Stop Stressing, Start Living, and she and I chat all about her new book and the ways we can stress less on this episode.

Kate explains how to conquer stress and find inner peace, practice mindfulness, and pull ourselves out of that heightened state of anxiety for calm, clear thinking. We also talked about how she became a writer, the various shifts in her life, and her yoga practice.

To connect with other podcast listeners, I invite you to join my Facebook group, the Creative Colleagues Community.

Please subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, and I’d love it if you’d take two minutes to rate and review the show. Thank you! I appreciate the support.

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