Run This World Podcast – Why I’m Doing This!

March 12, 2016 6 Comments

4 gym girls sprinting

 

Welcome to the first ever episode of Run This World a podcast that features visionaries who are creating change in the world. These are people who are called to share their messages and are doing something about it. People who will inspire you to create positive forward change in your own worlds.

 

I’ve been considering a podcast for a long time. I do a lot of public speaking and have been interviewed on many podcasts over the years. I spend a good amount of time on that side of the microphone. But there’s something inside me that has always felt called to the other side of the mike. I think it’s that I meet so many incredible people who are doing insane things to move the world – that I feel compelled to share their stories through my perspective.

 

So I’m finally doing it. Here’s your official welcome to Run This World my new podcast!

 

The premise of the show is that you will listen to it when you’re out on a training run. The average 5k time is 36 minutes 38 seconds – that’s an 11:47 minute per mile pace. Each interview will be roughly long enough to get you through your 5k run and leave you with enough inspiration to get after it again next week. I will warn you. The first few episodes, we went over 3.1 miles each time. There’s just too much good stuff oozing out of my amazing guests. My hope is that at a minimum, you’ll be entertained, and if we’re lucky, you’ll find some golden nugget from each episode that will help you move forward in this world in a more positive and exciting way.

 

Be sure to head over to iTunes and subscribe to the Run This World podcast, share it with your friends, family and your universe! Specifically, I want to hear your thoughts, feedback and any suggestions you have for future guests – people who have a big vision and are making change in the world. Today we ran about a mile together – we’re just getting warmed up – so let’s keep moving and listen to Episode 2 with Molly Barker. It’s a good one!

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6 Comments

  • Samalee says:

    Looking forward to running with Nicole — kinda.

  • Shari Olson says:

    OMG I’m so excited you have a podcast now! Since I discovered podcasts a little over a year ago my daily commutes have been the best parts of my day and this one is going on my “My Podcasts” list!! In fact, I started with ALL health/nutrition podcasts since that is one of my biggest interests/passions. Also, I was trying to find the best eating plan for me at the time. There are sooooo many different ideas out there about what is “best” but the one common theme does seem to be no processed foods and LOTS of vegetables. I sort of settled on a “paleo-like” diet but am both skeptical and open-minded about everything.
    So, in light of that I listened to the Rip Esselstyn episode this morning knowing it was probably going to bring up some things I’d disagree with. I’m no expert, and even with a science background I’m confused by all of the nutritional studies and advice out there. However, this is what I’ve decided (so far) based on my listening/reading.
    I don’t think eating cholesterol is bad, and I think even the USDA now admits that alone doesn’t raise your body’s cholesterol. Even saturated fats (but not trans-fats) may not be bad, unless you combine them with sugars and processed carbs. And getting blood cholesterol TOO low is also potentially harmful.
    Grains…many people think those are worse than animal proteins. I’m not sure. I really think genetics may determine whether eating a “grain” intensive diet is a good or bad health move.
    I think the problems with casein in milk are generally agreed upon, but so are the problems with gluten and the lectin proteins in legumes.
    Frankly, like I said, it’s all still very confusing to me!!! Plant based eating works great for a lot of people! I was a vegetarian for about 8 years, in my twenties and I love plants. I sort of consider my diet to be “plant based” with a little bit of good grassfed meat thrown in. :))
    As for the planet, there is a very good case being made (look up the Savory Institute…they’re in Boulder, would be a great interview if you’re interested in such things…maybe somebody there is a runner!) for well managed grazing animals being the KEY to saving the earth’s soil and getting carbon back into the earth.

    BTW…of course you’d have a great voice for podcasting! Not a surprise 🙂 Can’t wait to hear more!!! I have almost 2 hours of commute daily so bring it on!

    • Shari! I am so happy that Run This World made your podcast list! LOVE your insights. It’s all incredibly confusing and you are doing everything right. Being educated about potential effects of different foods/diets and then figuring out what works for your body. Our bodies change over our lifetimes, so our foods should probably change too.

      Maybe I should have you on the show to talk about making babies!

      Thanks for the thoughts and keep doing what you do!

  • JoAnne Lavin says:

    Just listened to your latest podcast with my Coach, Jenny Hadfield. Eat the Elephant One Bite at a Time!! An awesome listen and I am excited for future podcasts!!

    • Jenny is truly an incredible human being. She cares so much and has created such a great foundation for helping other people include fitness in their lives. Glad you liked it!

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