This week we are featuring audio clips from five women who excel as athletes, coaches, speakers, and more.  Prepare to be awed and amazed and enjoy the option of a short or longer listen.

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Siri Lindley

“Where your focus goes, your energy flows.”

These are words from world champion triathlete Siri Lindley who learned to redirect her thoughts in a positive way.  As coach to the elites plus popular speaker and author, she shares helpful insights on overcoming anxiety, and cancer.  Her book Surfacing: From the Depths of Self-Doubt to Winning Big & Living Fearlessly has lessons for both athletes and non-athletes.

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Shannon Miller

Gymnast and cancer survivor Shannon Miller also has a compelling story.  Much of it is included in her book, “It’s Not About Perfect: Competing for my country and Fighting for my Life.”  She won a record-breaking seven Olympic medals and nine world championship and inspires all.

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Heather Macy

Heather Macy, the winningest coach of East Carolina University women’s basketball, travels and speaks to teams and organizations on how to use Emotional Intelligence (EQ) to become an elite performer.  She also speaks about setting good habits that lead to greater productivity.  Learn how to practice humility, ignite your passion and discipline while also competing.

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April Ross  

Three-time Olympian medalist in beach volleyball, April Ross discusses how great coaches inspired her athletic performance and helped make her the player she is today. She also shares intangible skills critical for competition and life.

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Karin Korb  

Paralympian and extraordinary athlete Karin Korb shares insights and advocacy for diversity, equity, and inclusion. This 10-time member of the USA world team describes her journey from gymnast and aerobics instructor to a world class Paralympian.