The Art of Living Extraordinarily
Summary: The Art of Living Extraordinarily distills the journeys of trail blazers from all walks of life. But this path is not for the faint of heart, which is why Olympic Snowboarder Gretchen Bleiler has created this podcast. By sharing these conversations, she hopes to show that the path to following your heart looks different for everyone. And yet within the diversity, there are common themes woven within all of the stories. Themes that are applicable to all of us. The listener will be more equipped with tools, inspired and empowered to go out and create their own extraordinary life.
If you’re a person who’s concerned about climate change and you’ve been wanting to do more, this is an episode you’re not going to want to miss.
Huli Wigmen and why the core of some of the biggest global issues we’re facing today, from climate change to war and feeding our world’s population, are also ocean issues.
If you know nothing about wine, you should listen to this podcast. If you're a wine aficionado, you should listen to this podcast! Jean-Marie Fourrier was born into a winemaking legacy, but would have preferred to become a pilot. Now he is one of the most celebrated and sought after winemakers on the planet. And he lets us in on the philosophy behind that success in this episode. Be prepared to be transported to another land and inspired to find ways in your own life where you can add more pleasure and also live a bit more like our ancestors once did.
Earth Day is April 22nd. In honor of this special day, we're taking the entire month to highlight individuals who work with Mother Nature on the daily. Also find out why living your best life, and creating your own extraordinary, is good for our planet too!
He might be the most interesting man in the world. A 2-time Olympic Skier, NFLer, CEO, author, founder of Wish of a Lifetime, model and of course he also received his black belt when he was 12 years old. Listen to how and why he's done it all.
How do you become a rock star in the first place? Where does creativity come from? These are some of the things Brett gets into in this episode. We also discuss the mantra he's working on living by, how his #1 rule as a song writer is to be truthful, and how he actually uses his art to help him become more comfortable with communicating, being intimate and opening up and sharing with others, and fitting in…because that hasn't always been so easy for him.
Transition is a phase of life that we will all go through, many times, and yet it's almost something we're ashamed to talk about and experience in our society. Transition and the discovery that our identities are so much more than just our professions and the accomplishments we achieve, is a major theme Olympic Bronze medalist swimmer, Caroline Burckle, and Gretchen discuss in this podcast. As impressive as Caroline's accolades are, equally impressive is her fearless approach to sharing the vulnerable aspects of her success.
We dig into an experience that many of us have or will face at some point in our lives, how fear has the ability to bury our passions without us even knowing it. And we get to a point where we start to question if we should still be going after our dreams. The good news is Arielle Gold has reconnected with her fire and reclaimed positive momentum in a major way. And now we get to learn the tools and techniques she used to come out on the other side.
The importance of walking the line between discipline and a daily routine and intuition and spontaneity
Ricky Bower talks about tapping into the zone, the importance of communication, and the secret to winning on the world's largest stage.
How Kelly's learned to define success in a healthy way. Dealing with disappointment, navigating fear, being consistent, raising your own bar and setting healthy goals are all topics discussed in this episode
Why you should listen to the first 3 episodes
The purpose of this podcast