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Join Preslie Hirsch for inspiring conversations on a variety of topics to enhance your human experience. With an emphasis on practical tips and strategies, this podcast will help you optimize your quality of life through health, community, mindfulness and more. Welcome, friends!
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Today we're talking about a variety of topics related to mental health with Holly Essler, founder of Empowering You Therapy (@empweringyou.therapy).In this conversation we discuss:Misconceptions about counseling and going to therapyHow to find the right therapist for youWays that you can measure progress when working with a counselorReasons that insurance may not cover mental health services How to fit self-care in a busy schedule Creating healthy boundaries with social mediaand more! I would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy!Resources mentioned in this episode:Empowering You Therapy websiteNational Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255Please consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you, and be well!
Sarah Small is THE Wicker Goddess® (@wickergoddess). Started from her own love of curating unique, vintage pieces, she's grown her Instagram page to an incredible website and soon-to-be storefront in Arizona. Between handmade cards and prints, thoughtfully picked furniture pieces, and styled events and experiences, she's leading the way in a more sustainable way of life that's enjoyable, stylish, and affordable. In this conversation we discuss:The unique magic (and practical advantages) that is inherent to second-hand piecesHow thrifting is good for the planet and sustainability Ways to find incredible pieces while thrifting Practical tips for cleaning second-hand items and preparing them for your homeSarah's thoughts on managing stress and expectations as a creative business ownerand more! I would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy!Resources mentioned in this episode:wickergoddess.comGoDaddy video series about Wicker GoddessPlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you, and be well!
Arizona State University alum Gary Chambers (@kingchambes81) has a wide variety of health and fitness experience; he played football in the NFL, coached athletes in Australia, and has led online mobility classes during the pandemic — just to name a few. He's got a positive spirit, high energy, and a wealth of education when it comes to taking care of your body for the long-haul. In this conversation we discuss:Navigating the feeling of wanting to get into a profession that seems highly saturatedCommon mistakes people make when starting with a personal trainer The recovery protocols we're not utilizing enoughBalancing optimal performance with longevity and more! I would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy!Resources mentioned in this episode:Legends Performance and Wellness websiteVoyage Phoenix interview with Gary ChambersPlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you, and be well!
Happy (almost) New Year! To start 2021 off right, I brought Brittny King (@brittnyking_) back on the show to talk about all things goal-setting and action planning. In this conversation we discuss:How to determine your own personal values, and how that's relevant to setting goalsThe ingredients that make up a good goalCommon mistakes people make when trying to set goalsComing from a place of abundance vs. lackBeing proactive and planning ahead for obstacles The importance of accountability I would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy!Resources mentioned in this episode:Brittny's podcast, Positively Real (positivelyreal_podcast)Start with Why by Simon SinekAtomic Habits by James ClearWomen's Retreat in February in Cave Creek, AZ: click herePlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you, and be well!
Welcome to season 2! We're kicking things off with Ninja Warrior competitor Colleen McCormack (@ninja_girl_colleen). In this conversation we discuss:What inspired Colleen to get into Ninja Warrior trainingThe skills and mindset required for obstacle course racing The importance of rest and recoveryAnd so much more! I would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:American Ninja Warrior websiteColleen's Ninja ProfileWHOOPPlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you, and be well!
I am so thrilled to welcome personal trainer, group fitness instructor, business owner and mindset guru Kenyatta Banks (@arsenalbykenyatta) to the show. His process of teaching life lessons through movement and empowering people to become better versions of themselves both in and outside of the gym is truly inspiring. In this conversation we discuss:How Kenyatta’s challenges ultimately led him to his purposeWhy you should reframe how you look at motivationThe ways group fitness can change your life and support you through tough timesWhy you just need to start, and stop waiting for things to be perfect And so much more! I would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:Kenyatta’s programs and website: aresenalondemand.comPlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!
In this episode I am joined by US Army veteran, business owner, lululemon ambassador and movement expert, Nathan Kohlerman (@nathankohlerman). As a healer to many and a coach to men, he’s using his wealth of experience, passion and education to empower and guide others through their own transformative journey. In this conversation we discuss:What human optimization is and how to figure out what works for you and your bodyThe importance of doing and focusing on the inner work while training your physical body Things that helped Nathan overcome emotional and physical traumaHow stress can manifest itself in the bodyWhere to start on a personal or spiritual growth journeyRedefining masculinity and embracing vulnerability Common mistakes when it comes to taking care of your body, protecting boundaries and practicing stretching And more!I would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:The Hero’s Journey (overview on Wikipedia)NeuIntention websiteDiaphragmatic BreathingPlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!
In this episode I am joined, for the second time, by yoga instructor, meditation teacher and founder of Livin in Flow, Taylor Wray (@taylor_wrayyoga). She first joined us on episode #11 in July 2018 with her now fiance, Tommy Mac, and is back solo to speak to a wider variety of topics. She’s a teacher to teachers — educating individuals on how to lead yoga and mindfulness in a way that’s all-encompassing. In this conversation we discuss:How service providers (particularly hourly employees) can pivot their business to be more sustainable long-termWays to think about slowing down when your body is begging for restHow to work through a major identity shift (i.e. when you can’t or don’t want to do what you’re known for anymore)A conversation about self-care, meditation and self-awareness that’s super realistic and approachable Ways to set yourself up for success and avoid burnout after experiences that demand a lot of your energyI would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:Taylor Wray’s website for retreats, trainings and more: taylorwray.loveTaylor’s podcast for yoga teachers, “Yoga Teacher Circle” on Apple Podcasts / Spotify Book: How Champions Think by Dr. Bob Rotella on AmazonTune in to Taylor’s first appearance on the show, episode #11 “All Things Yoga” on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! Please consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!
In this episode I am joined by CrossFit* Games athlete and founder of CrossFit Magna (@cfmagna), Brian Kunitzer. As a competitive athlete, husband, father and business owner, Brian can speak to how to prioritize your health while you have a lot on your plate, and the importance of making choices that are aligned with your values. Over the last 10 years of owning an exercise facility centered around family, health and fitness, Brian has learned a lot about a well-rounded fitness program, coaching, helping individuals achieve their goals and much more.In this conversation we discuss:The basics of what CrossFit is as an exercise programHow to take the next step in long-term health and fitness (especially if you just started a routine during quarantine)How a functional fitness program positively impacts your life physically and mentally outside of the gymA challenge you can try to work on reducing how often you complain and the way you frame opportunities How to find the right gym, coach and/or program for youDebunking common questions/concerns like if you need to be in shape before starting CrossFit, what to think about if you feel judged as a newbie at the gym and if you should still workout if you’re super soreAnd more!I would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:CrossFit Magna’s website: crossfitmagna.comA Complaint Free World by Will Bowen on AmazonThe Sickness-Wellness-Fitness Continuum Danny Brown Talks Phoenix podcast Learn about CrossFit as a company/methodology at crossfit.comPlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!*CrossFit is a registered trademark ® of CrossFit, Inc.
Today I am joined by the incredible Dr. Mallory Fox (@drfoxyfit). She is the owner of Be Foxy Fit; a practice that helps individuals get pain-free and rediscover how to enjoy life after events, injuries or other circumstances that have changed their version of normal movement. Mallory is also a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) survivor, yoga + mindfulness teacher, life-long student and lululemon ambassador. In this conversation we discuss:How to help someone you know going through a traumatic eventThe importance of grieving, even while still practicing gratitude What mindful movement is and why it’s valuable to incorporate in your routineAnd more! I would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:Mallory’s website, blog + services: befoxyfit.com30 Days of Mindful Movement CoursePlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!
Today (April 20, 2020) is exactly two years from the date that I released the first episodes of the Hey Preslie Podcast. To celebrate, I invited my great friend Mary Foran (@manicuredmeatheads) back to the show to turn the tables and interview me on the journey over the last two years. It’s a fun and relaxed conversation, and I am so grateful for your support thus far.In this interview we cover:Why I started the podcastSome of my favorite stories of growth and learning along the wayOther shows and hosts that have inspired meand more!I would love to hear what you think of this episode — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:Hey Preslie Podcast Episode Directory Podcast shows: The Tim Ferriss Show, On Purpose with Jay Shetty, Powerhouse Women, How I Built This with Guy Raz, RISE Podcast with Rachel Hollis, RISE Together Podcast with Dave and Rachel HollisAtomic Habits by James ClearFree Enneagram TestPlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!
Please welcome Thomas Barr, Executive Director of Local First Arizona (@localfirstaz) to the show! Thomas is an Arizona native, speaker, philanthropist, champion for locally owned businesses and committed to building vibrancy, equity, and prosperity across the state. If you are interested in supporting small businesses during this time (whether you’re in AZ or not), you’ll find this conversation interesting, informative and inspiring. In this interview we cover:The benefits of shopping local (and common misconceptions about it)Different ways you can support small businessesObstacles small businesses face that you may not have thought about beforeWays that independent operators are pivoting and adapting during this unprecedented timeI would love to hear what you think of this interview — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:Local First Arizona website: localfirstaz.comLocal First Arizona business searchU.S. Small Business Administration websitePlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!
Please welcome Donny Starkins (@donny_starkins) BACK to the show! He first joined us on episode #28, and I invited him back on to share his heart during these challenging times. As a yoga instructor, meditation leader, teacher and coach, he has an ability to make complex concepts feel achievable, even in the midst of chaos. Today’s conversation is shorter than the average episode because we’re primarily discussing how to navigate feelings of anxiety, fear or uncertainty during this COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, his tools and mindset shifts are valuable and applicable far beyond a global health crisis and I hope they help you and/or your loved ones.In this interview we cover:Shifting your mindset while navigating uncertainty and/or anxietyUsing mindfulness to manage fearAdopting the leadership approachDaily practices and a powerful acronym to promote personal accountability and self-compassionI would love to hear what you think of this interview — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:Donny’s website: donnystarkins.com Book: Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach28-Day Free Meditation ChallengeDonny’s YouTube channel Please consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!
Please welcome spin instructor, health guru, life coach, host of the Positively Real Podcast and founder of Silver Lining Wellness, Brittny King (@brittnyking_) to the Hey Preslie Podcast. With a contagious energy and authentic perspective, Brittny breaks down her self-discovery journey thus far and provides tactical tips we can all use as we pursue growth, fulfillment and self-love.In this conversation we cover:An introduction to a growth mindsetWhy language (what you say out loud AND to yourself) is so powerfulCommon roadblocks on the way to self-love and fulfillment Evaluating how your actions are aligned with the way you feel about yourself The importance of morning routines (and how that also requires a night routine)And so much more!I would love to hear what you think of this interview — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:brittnyking.comPositively Real Podcast with Brittny King Free Enneagram testAtomic Habits by James ClearMarie Forleo’s B-Schoollululemon websitePlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!
Please welcome brand strategist, entrepreneur and speaker, Teri Crenshaw (@tericrenshaw) to the Hey Preslie Podcast. As a former fitness professional turned marketing expert, Teri helps businesses speak to their ideal client with clarity and confidence. Whether you own a business or not, there’s a lot of really interesting nuggets in this interview that may make you look at the way you present yourself, or the companies that you support, differently.In this conversation we cover:How to create a captivating elevator pitchWhy storytelling is so powerful in business and personal brandingWhat it is about certain brands, websites and marketing that makes you identify with it A different way to look at Imposter Syndrome And so much more!I would love to hear what you think of this interview — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:SheEO Media websiteStoryBrand website / Building a StoryBrand by Donald MillerFree Enneagram testThe 5 Love Languages by Gary ChapmanPlease consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!
I am so excited to welcome speaker, author, business owner, CrossFitter, dad, husband and personal growth junkie Caleb Anderson (@calebanderson.tv) to the Hey Preslie Podcast. As the founder of Spirit Farm, Caleb uses his talent and unique abilities to empower individuals to live a higher quality of life and get out of their own way. In this conversation we cover:Why Type A personalities and high-achievers tend to struggle with feeling fulfilled, and what to do about it The mantra Caleb uses to see the value in challenging times or daily inconveniencesWhat made Caleb decide to leave the church world to help "all people, not just Christians" How to break big projects down into manageable pieces (like writing a book!)And so much moreI would love to hear what you think of this interview — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:CrossFit MagnaAtomic Habits by James ClearEvernoteScrivener CalebAnderson.tv (books, speaking, coaching)Spirit Farm websiteSpirit Farm PodcastUpcoming Spirit Farm retreat: The Good Life (discount code: FRIENDS20)Please consider leaving a rating + review in your podcast app or sending this episode to a friend. Your feedback and support helps get this show out to more people. :) Thank you!
Founder of Leaders Online and CPA, Katie Thomas (@katiethomascpa), is a digital marketing strategist, content creation expert, national speaker and entrepreneur. She recently went through a major career change after leaving the accounting world behind to start a business more aligned with her current passions and strengths. Katie shares very openly here about the challenges that come with a big professional pivot including identity, support from friends and/or family, how to pick the “right” next move and more.Resources mentioned in this episode:Contact Katie onlineLinkedInTim Ferris ShowA Tribe Called Bliss by Lori HarderAsana project management systemTrello project management system Hubspot (free CRM)Zoom (for video calls)I would love to hear what you think of this interview — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! —If you love this episode, please share it with a friend and then leave a review on iTunes! When you’re listening, post a screenshot on social media and make sure you tag me @heypreslie, so I can thank you. :) Topic or guest suggestions for the podcast? Drop me a line on my website.
I was recently interviewed on the Gruler Nation podcast with Robert Gruler (@grulernation), and am sharing the audio from that conversation here! We talk about personal growth, habits and routines, systems in life and business, nutrition, entrepreneurship and more. If you like the format of this show, go show support for Gruler Nation and then share this episode with a friend. :) Enjoy, and let me know your thoughts and takeaways on Instagram @heypreslie.Resources mentioned in this episode:Book: How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big by Scott AdamsHey Preslie Creative websiteJoe Rogan Experience #1389 - Chris Kresser Debunks "The Gamechangers" Documentary on YouTubeDr. Andy Galpin on InstagramRise Conference by The Hollis Co.Genius NetworkImpact Theory podcast by Tom Bilyeu After5.io podcast: Practical EmpowermentFive Minute Journal on AmazonDr. Joe Dispenza’s website Book: A Complaint-Free World by Will Bowen—If you love this episode, please share it with a friend and then leave a review on iTunes! When you’re listening, post a screenshot on social media and make sure you tag me @heypreslie, so I can thank you. :) Topic or guest suggestions for the podcast? Drop me a line on my website.This episode is brought to you by the unique, sustainable and personal approach to reaching your goals: Hey Preslie Nutrition. Signing up for personalized, one-on-one coaching is quick and simple, and you'll be on your way to a healthier, happier you. For a free consultation, visit heypreslienutrition.com.
I sat down with the founder of Myriad and host of Danny Brown Talks Phoenix, Danny Brown (@dannybrownaz). As a business owner, CrossFitter, localist and personal growth junkie, Danny gives an engaging and wide-ranging interview discussing building trusting teams, asking for help, trying new things (personally and in business) and much more.In this conversation we cover:The importance of mentorship and being open to learning How and why he innovated his business to approach real estate differently than the common model Why you should create content for potential customers, even if it doesn’t immediately convert them The value of morning routines (and how it actually starts the night before)How to onboard team members that are the right cultural fit And so much more! I would love to hear what you think of this interview — let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:The Five Minute JournalThe Tim Ferriss ShowSimon Sinek books: Start With Why, Leaders Eat Last, The Infinite GameMyriad websiteDanny Brown Talks Phoenix podcast—If you love this episode, please share it with a friend and then leave a review on iTunes! When you’re listening, post a screenshot on social media and make sure you tag me @heypreslie, so I can thank you. :) Topic or guest suggestions for the podcast? Drop me a line on my website.This episode is brought to you by the unique, sustainable and personal approach to reaching your goals: Hey Preslie Nutrition. Signing up for personalized, one-on-one coaching is quick and simple, and you'll be on your way to a healthier, happier you. For a free consultation, visit heypreslienutrition.com.
I sat down with the host of the Just Get Started Podcast, Brian Ondrako (@brianondrako), and this episode is a little different than anything I’ve done before as it’s more of a casual conversation between Brian and I. With similar interests in CrossFit, personal growth, podcasting and entrepreneurship, we jam out on various topics that I think you’ll find both entertaining and valuable.In this conversation we cover:The importance of having a strong “why” or “north star”My journey getting into the health and fitness business Short-term goals vs long-term goals Things to try if you’re feeling stuck or unfulfilled Ways that we’ve navigated failure and life changes All about Brian’s big project for 2020: “A Dozen Months of Discovery” I would love to hear what you think of this format; let me know on Instagram @heypreslie. Enjoy! Resources mentioned in this episode:Brianondrako.comJust Get Started Podcast on InstagramPrinciples: Life and Work by Ray DalioNext Gen SummitPowerhouse WomenFree Enneagram test —If you love this episode, please share it with a friend and then leave a review on iTunes! When you’re listening, post a screenshot on social media and make sure you tag me @heypreslie, so I can thank you. :) Topic or guest suggestions for the podcast? Drop me a line on my website.This episode is brought to you by the unique, sustainable and personal approach to reaching your goals: Hey Preslie Nutrition. Signing up for personalized, one-on-one coaching is quick and simple, and you'll be on your way to a healthier, happier you. For a free consultation, visit heypreslienutrition.com.
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