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This is the Executive Athlete Podcast where you will learn the ins and outs of being the ultimate athlete/professional/human being as well as how to take your life to the next level Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
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Michael is a Former Manager and Recruiting Director at Bossard Consultants, Founding President of Springer & Jacoby International, Global Head of Marketing Audi AG. Today he is Entrepreneur in Advertising, Marketing and Sport (Co-Founder www.hyrox.com), Podcaster (#OnTheWayToNewWork), Husband and father of two grown-up sons as well as a German Beachhockey ChampionA little about Hyrox: https://hyrox.com/en/HYROX is a perfect test of strength and endurance and attracts the fittest athletes across all sports, whether it be crossfit, running, triathlon, rowing, any kind of team sport or just general fitness training. Anyone looking to challenge their fitness, give their physical training a purpose and compete against themselves and the world are HYROX candidates.https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-trautmann-54a974b/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
Stefy Bau is one of the fastest women motocross racers in the world. Born and raised in Italy, she won three world championships, holds two (US championships, and a title from the prestigious AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s. In addition, she has also won seven Italian Championships.During her career, Bau wasn’t afraid to take chances or to challenge herself against the top racers in the world. She earned an AMA Pro Racing license and signed up for several Lucas Oil Pro Motocross and Monster Energy Supercross events, and has also raced the in the Motocross World Championship events against the men. She came close to making the show several times, and proved that women could be competitive with the men. Then a career end injury took her our of the competitive racing world, which we will get into.Check out her newest initiative into E sports.  www.initesports.com   https://www.linkedin.com/in/stefybau/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
This week's guest is Christina Ochs and she truly is my hero. She is the president of The Corporation for Internet Rate Management in Chicago, where she has worked her way through the ranks and is Chief Cook and bottle washer. In addition to running her firm, She has climbed Kilimanjo, Aconagua, Cho oyo and Everest all while crushing it in business and life. What I first noticed when I first started chatting with Christina is how humble she is. I loved it when you said, the first the first time you climbed Kilimanjaro, you did it in a JCrew Puffy and Merell Hiking Shoes, and now you have done some of the hardest peaks in the world!https://www.linkedin.com/in/christinaochs/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
On May 25, 2001, Erik Weihenmayer became the first blind person to reach the summit of Mt. Everest. In 2008 he completed the Seven Summit in Papua New Guinea This accomplishment closed the circuit on a 13-year journey that had begun with his 1995 ascent of Denali. He is joined by a select company of only 150 mountaineers to have accomplished the feat.As a blind adventurer who has climbed Mt. Everest and kayaked the Grand Canyon, Erik understands better than most that barriers are real, not merely perceived, and that obstacles encountered can either stop us in our tracks, or we can figure out a way to harness them and propel ourselves to new places that we would never get to in any other way. Erik calls this “alchemy,” the process of turning lead into gold.  “With an alchemist,” he says, ” you can throw them in the midst of a fierce competitive environment, strip away their resources, throw roadblocks in front of them, and they’ll still find a way to win – not despite adversity, but because of it.”To advance this idea, Erik co-founded not merely an organization, but rather a movement called No Barriers. The mission is to help people with challenges, all of us to some extent, to turn into the storm of life, face barriers head on, embrace a pioneering and innovative spirit and team up with great people to live rich in meaning and purpose. The motto is “What’s Within You Is Stronger Than What’s In Your Way.” To this aim, Erik continues to challenge himself to live a No Barriers Life and in September 2014 he kayaked the entire 277-miles of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.https://erikweihenmayer.com/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
Amanda RussellShe was an influencer before the term even existed...and when brands like Lamborghini, Cedars-Sinai and Lionsgate want to better understand influencer marketing, they call one person...Amanda Russell.As an international fitness icon, sought-after speaker and brand strategist, Amanda has been at the forefront of the digital marketing and social media revolution from its infancy.Amanda designed & co-created UCLA's' Influencer Marketing curriculum, the world’s first fully accredited program in Influencer Marketing and currently teaches this program, along with marketing, branding, and business strategy at UCLA at UT Austin, to a global audience of students and future leaders.She advises some of the top companies in the world on influencer marketing and how they interact with their customers. Her upcoming book, The Influencer Code, teaches brands how to use collaboration to grow and scale their business.The Toronto Star calls her the “Real-life Iron Woman” and “the ultimate go-getter”. Amanda is here in [city] to help us all better understand what influence is (and what it’s not), how to collaborate more effectively with influencers and how to use influencer marketing to build our brands and grow our businesses.http://amandarussell.co/https://www.theinfluencercode.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
Lee is the CEO of BluprintX, responsible for their strategic growth. He specializes in straight-talking consultancy for C-Level on how to drive revenue and improve scalability through the power of data and technologyHe has played a leading role in the creation and scaling of 7 startups in 4 continents over the last 10 years. Several of these startups became market leaders within 1-3 years, leading to trade sales to FTSE 200 organisations and global companies.Lee was a professional footballer with Wigan Athletic FC before turning to the world of business.In 2013, Lee set up BluprintX which is now a global agency, advising some of the world’s biggest organisations on how to drive revenue through their use of technology.Lee hosts a podcast series called Level Up which documents a raw insight into real business issues and invites insight and hot topic discussion from industry leaders.  https://thisisbluprint.com/Where to find Lee:https://www.linkedin.com/in/leehackett/https://www.instagram.com/leehackett_/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3czEim_1TiG8d7o-XAqnbQ--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
- Attended Carrabassett Valley Academy and participated in freestyle skiing: moguls, slopestyle and half pipe- Gold medal at the Junior Olympics in slopestyle, 2007- Secured World Cup starts in 2009 for half pipe skiing- Represented the US in FIS World Championships in 2009- 9th place AFP World Championships, 2009- World ranking as low as 12th in 2009- Participated in Olympic Qualifiers and World Cups in 2014 - 4 men selected for half pipe, but I was 8th American- Attended UVM while maintaining ski career, graduated in 2016- Moved to Boston and began working for a software company called Mendix, while bootstrapping my media agency, called Cintri https://www.cintri.media/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/evan-schwartz-95891990/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
In the past 10 years, Eric Gelber, an executive vice president at the commercial real estate firm CBRE (has run more than four marathons, 20 ultra marathons and three unofficial runs exceeding 155 miles each—all for a cause he believes in. in 2017 he completed a 200mile run, 33 times around Central park after 2 previous attempts. he has raised over 1.3mm for the Multiple Myelomna Foundation and is among the heroes of Fortune 500. To say he is a bad ass is an understatement.He is  selfless, determined and a true hero who is willing to give more than anyone!Heroes of the Fortune 500- https://fortune.com/heroes-of-the-fortune-500/2015/eric-gelber https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-gelber-743192aa/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
Tim classifies himself as an innovator, engineer, professor, rancher, Mountain biker, triathlete, USA Xterra National and world age group champion as well as a passionate ski bum 😊 His professional background is as a consumer electronics executive with 25 years of experience with audio technology and product development. His commitment to bringing out the best in people to achieve company goals allowed success building high performing teams, planning the product and technology portfolio strategies, innovating and executing on new product development. He has Transformed business practices to pursue new product categories, utilizing internal and external development partners, add customer value and build new business. Tim knows how to push the limits in Business, Life and Sport.https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-johnston/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
Kevin RutherfordBefore Kevin started his tenure at Nuun, he had a very progressive career that Started with Miller Brewing, Kashi, and as President and CEO of Caldrea, (which Is Mrs. Meyers Clean Day soaps) in 2013 be became the President and CEO of Nuun. He is a hockey player triathlete, marathon runner, Dog lover and beacon to light for humanity.From the Nuun BlogTwo and half years ago, we asked ourselves the question: If we started all over again, how would we design Nuun? Would it be the exact same product we designed ten years ago that revolutionized the sports drink market? Surely, with everything we have learned and experienced in the last 10 years, we can find a better way, right? There must be a better way to deliver performance, there must be a better way to make our planet healthier, and there must be a better way to help facilitate clean sport with fair and ethical competition. These are some big questions that we are tackling to bring positive change. The first question we addressed was starting all over on delivering better performance.The company has grown to a $30mm player in a hyper competitive space, has been voted Outside Magazines one of the top places to work, and is making a huge social impact to congrats on your success for taking the big guys head on.https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-rutherford-9201671/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/executiveathletes/support
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