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The Inspire to Move podcast with Trey McKnight exists to inspire people to move toward positive life change through self-development and achieve growth and success in the areas of Faith, Family, Fitness, Following (leadership), and Finances. Trey facilitates fun and valuable real-time conversations between seasoned individuals who bring their wisdom, knowledge and expertise, and individuals who have questions, thoughts, and commentary on how to navigate life intentionally.
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With an incredibly contagious laugh and a heart for speaking self worth into everyone she meets, Eryn Eddy fills this session with joy as she talks the story behind her lifestyle clothing brand, So Worth Loving, and her new book, released in January. This one will make you feel good!Show notes here.Find Trey on Instagram @iamTreyMcKnight
As we launch into a new year still surrounded with lots of uncertainty, moving intentionally on the things we can control in our lives will be paramount.Corey Baker has coached individuals, businesses, teams, families, and groups on creating and maintaining intentional rhythms in life to incite the best outcomes.Corey is also a committed husband and father and one of my favorite people whom I've had the privilege of learning from for the last decade.This session is PART 2 of our conversation. Make sure to catch part 1 on ITM Session 17!Show notes here.Find Trey on Instagram
As we launch into a new year still surrounded with lots of uncertainty, moving intentionally on the things we can control in our lives will be paramount.Corey Baker has coached individuals, businesses, teams, families, and groups on creating and maintaining intentional rhythms in life to incite the best outcomes.Corey is also a committed husband and father and one of my favorite people whom I've had the privilege of learning from for the last decade. This session is PART 1 of our conversation. Make sure to catch part 2 on ITM Session 18!Show notes here.Find Trey on Instagram
Trey sits down with Joel Manby - 30 year CEO of Saab, Herschend Entertainment, and Sea World, to name a few.In all of his years as a top leader, he's learned that being driven by passion is greater than money, and character and truth are key elements of leadership at any level.Show notes here.
Justin Bieber.Usher.Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson."Mama Jan" Smith has helped some big names achieve excellence in her 30+ years in the music industry, and she'll tell you it all starts with a genuine desire to help and serve others.She's got tons more to give, and shares her truth-filled heart with us in this session.Show notes here.
Lesa Wilson is an accomplished actress, voiceover and tv personality, and business owner. Her time with American Idol, Miss USA, and Stargirl on the CW are just a handful of experiences that have shaped her in her pursuit of living her best life within her unique design. Her secret?She's become an expert in saying "yes" (and no) to the opportunities in front of her, regardless of the fear we all face.Tons of insight laced throughout her story in this session!Show notes here.
Kathy Mullen has quite a story.Through extreme loss, she has discovered her mission for raising awareness about depression, anxiety, and suicide prevention, and the importance of organ donation to have a life-giving impact on others.Show notes here.
Alia Alston is the founder of the very first retail cryotherapy studio in the U.S.Her story is one of finding a way she could contribute tremendous value to the world based on her own experience of tough circumstances, setback, resilience, and eventually overcoming what would cripple most of us.She is a trendsetter, and is well on her way to dominating her industry, in large part because she is willing to take chances without always knowing all the answers.It’s just the beginning for Alia and Icebox Cryotherapy - check out this conversation filled with inspiration to do more!Show notes here.
There are few people who can say that they’ve flown an F-15 Fighter Jet as an Air Force Mission Commander, climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, completed an Ironman Triathlon in New Zealand, competed on American Ninja Warrior, and served as CEO of a global consulting firm.Joel Neeb can.But one of the most impactful events in his life has been surviving a stage IV cancer diagnosis in 2010. It has shaped and molded him in ways that no other difficult circumstance could, and strengthened his mindset, decision making, and outlook in the way he moves as a husband, father, and business leader.TONS of great insight in this session with Joel, Anne Locker, and Caleb Morgan.Show notes here
When life gives you lemons...We all know the saying. But Gerald Fadayomi has taken it to a new level. He’s an author, pastor, communicator, and founder of the For God So Loved Tour, and in our 6 years of friendship I’ve watched him become a husband and father.He’s had his fair share of adversity in life, and has not only written about it in his new book, but is sharing practical ways to walk through tough circumstances in this session.Show notes here
"This is what scares me to death about the next generation - that we have a lot of people that dress up to go to the gym, and nobody goes and does the heavy lifting…""Self awareness is one of the greatest gifts that you can give yourself""The price of greatness is responsibility"These are just some of the powerful words spoken by a man who I've grown to respect at the highest level.Stuart Hall is an author, pastor, speaker, husband and father, and has been one of the biggest voices of influence in my life for years. He has the keen ability to care so deeply for the people around him, and show it in the fine balance between being both their biggest encourager and the voice of honest truth when necessary.In this session, Anne Locker, Stuart and I chat about the importance of stewarding influence at any level so that we have the greatest impact on others, and why we should always be anxious to matter.FULL SHOW NOTES HERE
I’ve had the honor and privilege of watching Blake Eason grow tremendously since we met 4 years ago. From small-town Georgia to a spot on the Bert Show in the big city of Atlanta, he knows a thing or two about maximizing the opportunities set before him. He is one of the best when it comes to intentionally living and executing as he strives to grow and learn every day of his life. He often says “if you stay ready, you don’t have to get ready…” I hope you’re ready for this conversation with Blake, because I walked away from our chat extremely inspired to move. He’s driven. He’s talented. And coupled with his warmth and positivity, he’s destined for greatness.Blake will be a regular on ITM, so get to know him!
*This is Part 2 of 2 in our conversation with Niki Noto PalmerNiki Noto Palmer is a TV Host, Anchor, Reporter, and Emcee who has graced the sports world with her presence working with ESPN, SEC Network, HLN, the Atlanta Falcons, Fox Sports South, and many others. She understands the power and value of hard work and stubbornness to achieve what you want, and shares stories of rising to success and the challenges she faced along the way. Now a wife and a mom of 2 young babies, after a decade in the industry, Niki has learned a ton about values, juggling career with family, and standing on the confidence of knowing what she was built for.Topics we cover in Part 2:The shift from career focus to family focusHighs and lows of high profile jobsFinding balance as a wife, mother, and professionalBeing known for the right thingsNiki’s new podcast, launching August 2020 - Sidelines + StorylinesNiki's WebsiteWant to connect with Trey? Text me at 6784985611
*This is Part 1 of 2 in our conversation with Niki Noto PalmerNiki Noto Palmer is a TV Host, Anchor, Reporter, and Emcee who has graced the sports world with her presence working with ESPN, SEC Network, HLN, the Atlanta Falcons, Fox Sports South, and many others. She understands the power and value of hard work and stubbornness to achieve what you want, and shares stories of rising to success and the challenges she faced along the way. Now a wife and a mom of 2 young babies, after a decade in the industry, Niki has learned a ton about values, juggling career with family, and standing on the confidence of knowing what she was built for.Topics we cover in Part 1:Early drive, early success, hungry to learnFighting for what you wantGlamorous vs Hard WorkMaintaining integrity and credibility in the pursuit of achievementNiki's WebsiteWant to connect with Trey? Text me at 6784985611
Sometimes it takes years to discover what you love. It can take even longer to find a way to do what you love for a living. And then there are some like Anne Locker, who found what she was built for early and believes she's already doing her dream work. But it didn't come without the insecurities and initial failures that we all experience.Anne is a talented creator, thinker, and graphic designer. She'll be a regular around the ITM podcast, so check it out and get to know her!
Caleb Morgan and I have a lot of conversations about life. He's one of those guys who, once you meet him, you realize is going to change the world. He and a handful of others I’ve had the honor and privilege to connect with over the last few years are a few of the huge reasons I started this podcast. This session will be a glimpse into how many of our chats go - fun and full of encouragement both ways to conquer life as we know it.Caleb, being in his early twenties, is literally in the middle of the process…trying to figure out how to consistently pursue and discover purpose in the unique way God has designed him. We chat a little about self awareness and the intentional wrestling with self to become the best version of what he was built for. We also talk seasons of faith, accepting our shortcomings, and the importance of developing a strong community while navigating all that life has for us.You can expect to see Caleb here a lot as we eventually move toward the originally designed format of this podcast. Check it out and get to know Caleb!...also- see a FINE picture of Caleb here.
We've probably all attended an event that we walked away from thinking "I will never forget that!" Emma Pitts, CEO and Founder of PullSpark approaches every event she and her team manage with that goal in mind. PullSpark has worked closely with Spanx, Chickfila, The John Maxwell Company, Home Depot, and others in a growing list of organizations who value the power of memorable events.Emma shares her story of early leadership struggle, and how she discovered her unique passion for creating memorable events which led her to eventually take a chance and start PullSpark.You can find Emma and PullSpark at www.pullspark.com and on Instagram @pull_sparkOnlineCon here - theonlinecon.com
Chris Cauley - singer, songwriter, business owner, and all-around incredible guy shares how to think with a positive mindset during not only the COVID-19 season, but in any season of change and adjustment. Chris is a 20+ year veteran in the entertainment and event industry, and has tons of insight on discovery of purpose, growth during slow times, and finances.
Welcome to the Inspire to Move Podcast! What is it? Hit that play button and find out! Maybe you're about to finish college and you're wondering what's next?Maybe you're in your 20s and wondering how to adult better?Maybe you're a bit older and still spinning your wheels trying to find some solid direction professionally and personally.Wherever you are, living life to the full takes intentional moves to achieve better. If we want to get there (wherever there is for you) ... we gotta MOVE! Let's go!Find more info about the podcast and about Trey McKnight at treymcknight.com
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