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A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: http://richroll.com

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Balancing Your Hormones With Neal Barnard, MD

“Rather than using people as recipients of prescriptions, let’s instead work with people as partners to help them to put the best fuel in their bodies."Neal Barnard, MDApredominant theme of this podcast is the profound impactof nutrition on long-term well-being.Less discussed is the importance of hormonal health. Most would be surprised to learn that certain maladies -- including infertility, menstrual cramps, weight gain, hair loss, breast and prostate cancer, hot flashes, and many others -- have one thing in common: they are fueled or influenced by hormones hiding in everyday foods.The good (and surprising) news is that proper nutrition can also help restore endocrine balance, often with benefits that rival popular medications.To provide insight on how hormones wreak havoc on the body, and how specific diet and lifestyle changes can help alleviateyears of stress, pain and illness, I'm joined today by my friendNeal Barnard, MD.Making this third appearance on the podcast (check ep...

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Balancing Your Hormones With Neal Barnard, MD

Kelly McGonigal Wants You To Fall In Love With Movement

“Chasing meaning is better for your health than trying to avoid discomfort."Kelly McGonigal, PhDWe equate the new year with potential energy. It's an opportunity to re-evaluate one's trajectory. A permission grant to chart a new course of self-discovery.In truth, every moment presents a window for reinvention. But January always provides heightened urgency to inventory how we spend our precious time, focus our intention and deploy our energy.Extrapolating on themes explored withChadd Wright,today we balance out the warrior alpha-male vibe with some feminine wisdom, courtesy ofKelly McGonigal, PhD.Ahealth psychologist and lecturer at Stanford University who specializes in understanding the mind-body connection, Kelly is a pioneer in the field of 'science-help,' translating insights from psychology and neuroscience into practical strategies that support personal well-being and community connection.There’s a decent chance you caught her amazing 2013 TED Talk,How To Make Stress Your Friend.A viral hit with over 21 million views, Kellymakes the case that social connection is both a natural instinct and a source of resilience in times of stress.Or perhaps you’ve read one of her many amazing books,The Upside of Stress,The Willpower Instinct,orThe Science of Compassion--all of which are based on classes Kelly has previously taught at StanfordThrough the Stanford Center for Compassion and Altruism, Kelly helped createStanford Compassion Cultivation Training, a program now taught around the world that helps individuals strengthen their empathy, compassion, and self-compassion. And since 2000, she has taught dance, yoga, and group exercise in the San Francisco Bay Area.In addition, Kelly has served as the psychology consultant forTheNew York TimesEducation Initiative and has appeared broadly in many mainstream media outlets, includingThe Today Show,Good Morning America,The Anderson Cooper Show, andCNN.Fresh off the press and the framework for today’s conversationis her latest work,The Joy of Movement.Alove letter to physicality (motivated in part by the dance, yoga, and group exercise classes she has been teaching for two decades), it's an evidence-based primer on how movement can serve as an antidote todepression, anxiety, and loneliness -- the modern epidemics of our time.Although we touch a bit on willpower and stress (the subjects explored in her previous books), this conversation focuses onwhat exactly happens when we move our bodies.But movement isn't just about fitness. It's not about the treadmill or StairMaster. And it has nothing to do with weight loss or six-pack abs.Instead, movement is about something far more important. It's fundamental to being human. And a powerful path to that which we seek most -- happiness, hope, connection, and courage.Drawing on neuroscience, psychology, anthropology, and evolutionary biology, today we discuss why movement need not be a chore, but rather a source of joy. A source of self-expression. A vehicle for cooperation and social connection. A tool for mastery. And for some, even an instrument for self-transcendence.Whether you're an experienced ultra marathon runner, a CrossFit enthusiast or a couch potato with a new year's resolution to finally get your heart rate up, Kelly is here to help deepen our collective understanding of how movement can create more meaning, pleasure, positivity and intimacy in our daily lives.You can watch it all go down onYouTube. And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.Kelly is fantastic. And this conversation is a perfect way to embrace the new year enthusiastic about thebody's potential to quite literally change everything about how we experience ourselves and our communities. I sincerely hope you enjoy the exchange as much as I enjoyed having it.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsGrove Collaborative:The online marketplace th

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Kelly McGonigal Wants You To Fall In Love With Movement

Chadd Wright: Don’t Give Pain A Voice

“You only have a certain amount of energy. Use it to promote the things you love."Chadd WrightOur 'Best Of' anthology series isn't the only annual tradition here at the RRP. Two years ago we started a new one, kicking off Januarywith hard truths and bankable life advice designed to put thatholiday excess in the rear view. Arrest the habits that don't serve you. And calibrate the mind for challenges the new year will undoubtedly bring.In 2018 and 2019 our new year's messenger was aformer Navy SEAL turned motivational ultra-athlete they callthe hardest man alive-- David Goggins.Continuing on this theme, our first guest for 2020 is also a man who overcame unbelievable obstacles to become a Navy SEAL -- and later an elite ultramarathoner.MeetChadd Wright.Reared in the mountains of rural northwest Georgia, Chadd grew upobsessed with becoming a SEAL. But when the Navy discovered a rare but asymptomatic cyst on his heart, he was disqualified from entering BUDS. Undaunted, Chadd refused to give up, ultimately tracking down a surgeon willing to performa procedure deemed too risky byevery cardiologist he previously petitioned.Cyst successfully removed, Chadd went on to realize his SEAL dream, serving over the next decade as a Team Leader on multiple deployments to conflict zones across the world.He became a SEAL instructor. A Master Training Specialist. Chadd even served a stint as President Obama’s bodyguard. Along the way, he battled PTSD and traumatic brain injury. He faced his wife’s substance abuse issues. And he found God -- a faith in part born from a paranormal experience he shares in riveting detail today.Now retired from the military, Chadd has found new life as an elite ultramarathoner -- a spiritual quest for self-knowledge and mind-body mastery that has compelled him to tackle some of the world’s most insane endurance slogs likeThe Revenant-- a118-mile footrace across south New Zealand with over 52,000 feet of elevation gain thatnot one person has ever successfully completed.This conversationbegins with Chad's unique upbringing. His SEAL dream. And the heart condition that nearly derailed it.We discuss the day-to-day reality of the elite warrior. The supernatural experience and visions that embolden his faith. And the role Christianity plays in his spiritual equation.We talk about the perils of civilian re-entry. The allure of ultrarunning. His training regimen. The mental strategies deployed to venture beyond his limits. And a project he launched with his brother called3-of-7.Chadd shares his perspective onthe importance of breaking down big goals into bite size chunks. Why some people quit their dreams. Why others don’t. And what exactly separates the two.Finally, we talk about why the “stay hard’ mantra isn’t a sustainable life philosophy. The incredible power of spoken word. Disengaging from negativity. And the importance of channeling our limited energy into that which we love.Chadd's mantra is simple:Never give pain a voice. And never, ever die in the chair.As ahardened warrior turned ultra-athlete, Chadd exudes a familiar energy I'd characterize as Goggins-adjacent. But Chadd is anything but a Goggins stand-in. He's warmer. A bit more inviting. Perhaps it's his personable, laconic southern drawl. Or maybe it's his grounded faith in Christ.If Goggins and Josh LaJaunie had a son, his name just might be Chadd Wright.One thing is for certain -- this guy is extremely authentic. Deeply soulful.And wise well beyond his 31 years.Packed with mindset tactics, powerful takeaways and inspiration for miles, Chadd's tale of toil, perseverance and redemption will leave you riveted. Rethinking the ceiling on your own perceived limits. And prepared to tackle any dream you've set for the new year ahead.You can watch it all go down onYouTube.And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.I fell in love with this man. And this conversation has stayed with me. I sincerely hope you enjoy it as m

123 MIN1 w ago
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Chadd Wright: Don’t Give Pain A Voice

The Best Of 2019: Part II

“If you have a spiritual life, it is for you. It is not something you should inflict on other people.”Russell BrandWelcome to Part II of our 7th annualBest of the RRP Anthology —our way of taking a moment to reflect on the past twelve months by revisiting the year's most compelling podcast guests.It's been an honor to engage with so many extraordinary people over the course of 2019. Reviewing the year in conversation brought powerful new insights -- a reminder that these evergreen exchanges continue to inspire and inform.For long-time listeners, my intention is to launch you into 2020 with renewed vigor. If you're new to the show, my hope is that this anthology will stir you to peruse the back catalog and check out episodes you may have missed.Links to the full episodes excerpted in this anthology are listed in the below show notes.Thank you for taking this journey with me. I appreciate you. I love you.You can watch it all go down onYouTube.And as always, the conversation streams...

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The Best Of 2019: Part II

The Best Of 2019: Part I

E“Stay positive. Make a change for yourself. Tell others about your change. Feel good and hopefully, the message will spread.”Gemma NewmanWelcome to the 7th annualBest of the RRP Anthology —our way of taking a moment to reflect on the year, express gratitude and give thanks for taking this journey with us.To be honest, I didn’t think we could top 2018 -- but we did. It’s been an incredible year. I'm deeply indebted to all my extraordinary guests. And unbelievably proud of the library we dedicated ourselves to creating over the last twelve months.To prepare for the year ahead, it’s critical to pause. To reflect back. Celebrate the victories. Take inventory of the missteps. And visualize the goals you wish to self-actualize in the months ahead. I believe in this process. And I feel strongly that 2020 holds the potential energy manifest youraspirations.It is in this spirit that we created a tradition of closing each year with a look in the rear view with a 2-episode compilation of clips excerpted from many of year's best guests.Consider these next two shows as alove letter. My way of saying thank you. I see you. I believe in you. And I believe in the power we all have to do, be and live better. To step into our best, most authentic selves. And in turn, share freely what we have learned in service of others.For long-time listeners, the next two episodes are intended to launch you into 2020 with renewed vigor and intention. Lean in to the wisdom. Leverage it to clarify your 2020 goals.If you're newer to the show, my hope is that this anthology will prime you to peruse the back catalog and check out episodes you may have missed.Links to the full episodes excerpted in this anthology can be found in the below show notes.You can watch it all go down onYouTube(with the exception of theGemma Newman,Jack DorseyandKevin Smithexcerpts, episodes that we did not film). And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.Here's to an extraordinary 2020. Join me, and let'smake it the best year ever -- together.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsJaybird:Pioneering audio for the active, Jaybird makes the most advanced and durable headphones I have ever tried. Their wireless Vista earbuds (my favorite) are not only waterproof and sweatproof with industry-leading battery life, they're the only true wireless headphones that meet U.S. military rugged compliance standards. In addition, Vista’s cutting-edge JBS1 wireless technology ensures crystal-clear, zero-lag stereo sound for music and calls, and a reliable connection that pairs easily with your phone. When you’re ready to expand the horizon of your active audio experience, go toJaybirdSport.com.Squarespace:The easiest way to create a beautiful website, blog, or online store for you and your ideas.Save 10%at checkoutwhen visitsquarespace.com/richrolland use the offer code “RICHROLL” at checkout.Caldera Lab:Right now, the folks at Caldera Lab are even offering my listeners20% off their first purchase of The Good.All you gotta do is go tocalderalab.com/RICHROLLor use discount codeRICHROLLat checkout.Note:One of the best ways to support the podcast is to support the sponsors. For a complete list of all RRP sponsors and their respective vanity url's and discount codes,visit my Resources page and click "Sponsors".FULL EPISODES EXCERPTEDRRP #413: You Can’t Hurt David GogginsRRP #428: Nadia Bolz-Weber Is ShamelessRRP #416: Johann Hari On Lost ConnectionsRRP #417: Kílian Jornet Is The World’s Greatest Mountain RunnerRRP #449: Gemma Newman, MD Is The Plant Power DoctorRRP #425: Tom Bilyeu On Exiting The MatrixRRP #430: Jack Dorsey On Shouldering The Health of Global ConversationRRP #460: Annaka Harris On ConsciousnessRRP #433: Kevin Smith On The Heart Attack That Saved His LifeRRP #438: Lisa Damour, PhD On Parenting Teens Under PressureRRP #439: Colin O’Brady Is The First To Cross

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The Best Of 2019: Part I

Kendra Little Is Becoming More: Broadening The Gender Identity Conversation

“You don’t have to be intersex to be able to relate to my story. Everyone is going through something they don’t feel like they can share. This story is for them as well."Kendra LittleGrowing up in the late 1970's there was no conversation around gender identity. You were either male or female. Period, end of discussion.Times have changed. The way we currently think about gender has evolved. Each day brings greater mainstream awareness to its non-binary nature -- and the innate fluidity of gender roles and identity.Take a moment to imagine the experience of beingintersex-- a condition in which an individual is born with genetic variations on conventional sex characteristics.Now imagine trying to navigate the world from this non-binary biological disposition.This is the story ofKendra Little.Raised as a girl, at age 12 Kendra learned that she was born with something calledandrogen insensitivity syndrome,a variation of intersex that affects between 2 to 5 out of 100,000 people. The news prompted Kendra to isolate. Adopting a hormone protocol on the advice of her doctors, she remained a ‘girl’, proceeded to never discuss her condition with anybody and dove headlong into sports -- a place where she excelled and felt at home.But eventually the emotional dissonance between her true self and that which she held out to the world became too much to bear, prompting her to walk away from a promising career as a professional golfer. But that disconnect ultimately catalyzed an amazing journey of self-discovery -- and eventually wholeness.Now able to fully embrace her own unique identity (very recently I might add), Kendra is publicly sharing her story -- with both courage and pride. The intention isn't self-serving, but motivated by a genuine desire to change the way we think about non-binary gender constructs. To bring comfort to those ashamed of how they were born. And to openly permit sharing the many forms of loneliness, pain and shame so many of us keep hidden.This past July, Kendra tweeted me a video entitledBecoming More-- her story in mini-doc form createdby Uninterrupted,LeBron James’ production company.I click play. Instantly, I’m captivated by Kendra’s appearance. Her facial features present as simultaneously male and female. She's both, but also neither. Kendra is truly her own unique form of humanity. But her appearance is quickly eclipsed by her strength and vulnerability-- and the compelling narrative that unfolds.I knewimmediately this was a special person I wanted to know better. A fascinating story I wanted to help tell. And quite honestly, a subject matter of social importance and cultural relevance I wanted to better understand.So here we are. Kendra, I honor you for your courage in trusting me with this conversation, a privilege I don't take lightly.You can watch it all go down onYouTube(seeing Kendra helps contextualize the exchange).And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.This one is special. May it be as enjoyable and enlightening as it was for me.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsAudible:With more than 180,000 audiobooks and spoken-word audio products, you’ll find what you’re looking for. RichRoll listeners are entitled to aFREEaudiobook and 30-day trial today by signing up ataudible.com/richrollortext RICHROLL to 500-500Calm:The #1 App for Meditation and Sleep with 100+ guided meditations covering anxiety, focus, stress, sleep, relationships and more. Plus 7-day and 21-day programs for both beginner and advanced users.For a limited time, my listeners can get25% off a Calm Premium subscriptionatCalm.com/richroll. It includes unlimited access to ALL of Calm’s amazing content.Get started today.Grove Collaborative:The online marketplace that makes it easy to go green by delivering all-natural & non-toxic home, beauty, and personal care products right to your doorstep.This holiday

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Rangan Chatterjee, MD On Quelling Stress, Cultivating Intimacy & Reinventing Health Care

“My mission is to help 100 million people feel fantastic by restoring them tooptimal health."Rangan ChatterjeeToday we’re going to talk about stress.In proper doses it’s actually beneficial, promoting resilience -- both physical and mental.But for most people, that dose isn't proper. Instead it's chronic -- excessive, persistent and unrelenting. In fact, elevated levels of social and emotional stress have come to define our daily experience, leading the World Health Organization to qualify our chronic relationship with stress as “the health epidemic of the 21st Century”.Left untreated, it's an incessant strain that promotes low libido, poor memory and weight gain. Ultimately it can lead to heart disease, depression, autoimmune disorders, premature aging and a litany of other serious and deleterious health conditions.This week’s guest has seen the perils of chronic stress first hand. A UK-based medical doctor, he found himself increasingly treating patients suffering from the downstream implications of living with this malevolence. It prompted him to ask,why is this happening?His name isRangan Chatterjee, MD. He decided to find answers to this question -- and do something about it.If that name sounds familiar, perhaps it’s because you caught him on the BBC, starring inDoctor in the House.Perhaps you read his bestselling book,The Four Pillar Plan,released in the United States under the titleHow To Make Disease Disappear.Or maybe, just maybe, you caughtRRP 376,our popular first conversation from July of 2018 that launched our friendship.For those unfamiliar, Dr. Chatterjee is a pioneer in the field of progressive, functional medicine. Widely regarded as one of the most influential doctors in the UK, he is double board certified in internal medicine and family medicine and holds an honors degree in immunology. An in-demand lecturer, he created the very first “Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine” course accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners in London.In addition, he hoststhe popularFeel Better, Live Morepodcast (which I’ve appeared on twice) and has been widely featured on an array of prominent media outlets like theThe New York Times, BBC, Forbes, The Guardian, The Financial Times,and many others.The focus of today’s conversation is also the subject of Rangan’s latest book,The Stress Solution-- an important primer on how chronic stress can lead to disease, along with strategies, tools and lifestyle changes proven to protect against and reverse its toxic effects.This is a conversation about the very nature of stress. What creates it. The health implications it produces. The many simple things you can do to alleviate it -- and it's varied ill effects.More specifically, we discuss Rangan’s direct experience fielding patients with chronic stress -- and the science-based strategies he deployed to ameliorate the condition and reverse it’s negative consequences.We talk about the critical role sleep, meditation and mindfulness practices play in combating stress. And how human touch, intimacy and connecting with nature can assuage it's impact.We cover breathing techniques. Disconnecting from our devices. Carving out “me time”. The importance of finding passion -- and infusing your life with purpose.Lastly, we dig into Rangan’s new found love forSwimrun(I’m taking a wee bit of credit for that one Dr. C!).You can watch it all go down onYouTube.And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.I think we can all benefit from de-stressing ourselves this holiday season. Both fun and important, my hope is that you listen keenly -- and put Dr. Chatterjee's prescription into action.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsFully:From the popularJarvisadjustablestanding desks to their every-which-way active office chairs, to their many movement supporting accessories — anti-fatigue mats, treadmill desks and more

170 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Rangan Chatterjee, MD On Quelling Stress, Cultivating Intimacy & Reinventing Health Care

Julie Piatt: Seeing The Divinity In Everything

“We are the ones we've been waiting for."Julie PiattWelcome to the latest installment in my ongoing series of mind melds with my wife and in-house spiritual guru, the wise and etherealJulie Piatt,aka SriMati.Longtime listeners are well acquainted with my better half. For those newer to the show, Julie is very good at many things. In addition to being an accomplished yogi, healer, musician, and mom to four children, she's also the bestselling author ofthree vegan cookbooks.She hosts theFor The Life of Mepodcast. She lords overWater Tiger,her online spiritual community. And she's the founder and 'Mother Arc' ofSriMu,her recently launched plant-based cheese start-up.This conversation opens with an update onSriMu.How Julie manifested her vision to create the absolute best artisanal vegan cheese on the market. Start-up founder life behind-the scenes. The values she is building into her food and work culture. And the broader mission she holds for the future.We discuss the hows and whys behind my decision to take my first ever extended work sabbatical (don't worry the podcast will continue as scheduled).And we explore strategies for navigating the perilous emotional and financial land mines that accompany the holiday season.Finally, we close with thoughts on weathering the judgment of others. Maintaining a growth mindset. Approaching others with humility. And the benefits of choosing to see the divinity in all things.The visually inclinedcan watch it all go down on YouTube. And as always, the episode is available onApple PodcastsandSpotify.I sincerely hope you enjoy the divine offering.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsQuip:Your one stop solution for oral health! Quip starts at just $25 and if you go to:getquip.com/richrollright now, you can get your first refill pack forFREE!Athletic Greens:75 Wholefood Sourced Ingredients, 5 Key Areas of Health, 10 years in development. The Delicious Daily Habit That Sets You Up For A Healthy Future. Healthy Daily Supplement. Invest In Your Health. No Compromises. Go to:athleticgreens.com/richrolland claim your special offer today:20 FREE travel packs valued at $79with your first purchase.Squarespace:The easiest way to create a beautiful website, blog, or online store for you and your ideas.Save 10%at checkoutwhen visitsquarespace.com/richrolland use the offer code “RICHROLL” at checkout.Note:One of the best ways to support the podcast is to support the sponsors. For a complete list of all RRP sponsors and their respective vanity url's and discount codes,visit my Resources page and click "Sponsors".SHOW NOTES"Not Cheese" non-dairy delights: To learn more and place your order, visitSriMu.comBackground, Context & ReferenceConnect with Julie:SriMati.com|Instagram|Twitter|FacebookConnect with Rich:Facebook|Twitter|Instagram|YouTubeSriMuartisanal ‘not cheeses':Website|Purchase SriMu Subscription BoxJulie’s Book:This Cheese Is NutsJulie’s Podcast:For The Life of MeJulie’s Music:SriMatiJulie’sJai Yoga Foundational SeriesRich and Julie’s Cookbooks:The Plantpower Way&The Plantpower Way: ItaliaPlantpower Retreats:ourplantpowerworld.comRich’s Memoir:Finding UltraRelated Podcasts You Might EnjoyRRP #465: Keep Evolving: Julie Piatt ReturnsRRP #387: The Power Of Ceremony And Ritual With Julie PiattRRP #361: AMORE! Rich & Julie On Relationships — Plus Italian Cuisine 2.0RRP #295: Ditching Dairy: The Doyenne Of Vegan Cuisine On Food As A Portal For TransformationRRP #254: How To Build An Authentic Brand with Julie PiattRRP #200: Let’s Talk About Death with Julie PiattRRP #333: How To Build A Conscious Relationship with Julie PiattRRP #343: Creative Partnerships with Julie PiattThanks toJason Camiolofor audio production and show notes. Margo Lubin andBlake Curtisfor video, editing and graphics.Leia Marasovichfor portraits. Interstitial music bySriMatiMusicand theme music byAna Leimma.*Disclosure:Books and products d

105 MIN2019 DEC 12
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Julie Piatt: Seeing The Divinity In Everything

Breaking Boston: Scott Fauble Is Leading American Marathoners Into The Olympics

“Good and fast are not the same thing."Scott FaubleFor the vast majority of us, besting our 26.2 personal record by 3+ minutes would be considered fine. Something to be celebrated, but hardly a mind-bending breakthrough.At the highest level of distance running however, the distinction is vast. It's the canyon that separates a very good marathon runnerfrom the greats.This is the story ofScott Fauble.Historically a very accomplished cross country & 10K runner (at the 2016 Olympic Trials he finished 4th in the 10,000 meters), Scott was unproven at the marathon. That is, until he ran 2:12 in Frankfurt in 2017 and matched that time the following year in New York.Theseperformances certainly established Scott as a very good marathoner. But nobody, aside from Scott himself and perhaps his coach and close circle, was prepared for his stunning performanceat the 2019 Boston Marathon. Not only did he surprise the world by leading the race for extended stretches, he accomplished what is almost unheard of at his level -- besting his marathon PR by almost 3 and a half minutes to complete the course in 2:09:09 asthe top American and 7th overall.It was a performance that foisted him into the mainstream spotlight. Anointed him as the leading American going into the 2020 Olympic men's marathon. And established him as one ofthe world’s very best at the 26.2 discipline.Just as interesting are Faub's pursuits when the running shoes come off. Alongside coach Ben Rosario he pennedInside a Marathon: An All-Access Pass to a Top-10 Finish at NYC.Documenting the entire four-month journey to Scott’s 7th place finish at the 2018 New York City Marathon, it's a rare, candid (and very funny at times) behind-the-scenes look at the life of a professional marathoner. A chronicle of grit and mental fortitude, it's a must read book for anyone committed to mastery.Unusual among top professional endurance athletes, yet simpatico with his fidelity to extreme transparency, Scott logs every training session onStrava(check out the file from Boston). He makesYouTube videos.A movie buff, he even hostsShowrunners--apodcast where he breaks down his all-time favorite films with fellow elite runners.This conversation runs the gamut. We begin with Scott's young running career. Track his evolution to Boston. And his maturation into Olympic contender.We discuss life in Flagstaff, AZ. What he has learned under coach Ben Rosario and training alongside teammates on theHOKA Northern Arizona Elite Team.We talk about the coach-athlete relationship as partnership. We go deep into his breakthrough Boston performance. The strategies and techniques that produced that amazing result. And Scott's mindset as he approaches Olympic Trials at the end of February.In addition, we explore his off-road pursuits. The intention behind writing a book. The why behind his podcast. And his deep love for burritos -- all interests I can certainly relate to.In closing, we review the mistakes he sees many amateurs runners make -- and how best to correct them.For Scott, it's about process over results. Passion over podiums. And why 'fast' doesn't always equate to 'good'.You can watch it all go down onYouTube.And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.Humble and jocular, Scott is a natural conversationalist -- one of the good guys you just want to see win. So let's put some wind in his sail for Olympic Trials.I really enjoyed this one and sincerely hope you do as well.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsNative:Safe, Effective Protection Against Odor & Wetness. For Men & Women. Deodorant that isn’t a chemistry experiment – No Aluminum, Parabens, Phthalates Or Talc. Nontoxic Ingredients. Paraben Free. Aluminum Free. Lasts All Day. For20% off your first purchase,visitnativecos.comand usepromo code Rollduring checkout!Outerknown:For the people and the planet, Outerknown was found

115 MIN2019 DEC 9
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Breaking Boston: Scott Fauble Is Leading American Marathoners Into The Olympics

Ryland Engelhart’s Philosophy Is Gratitude: Thoughts On Soil, Sacred Commerce & Sustainability

“Love is not something found in a person, place or thing. It’s something that is ever present in our hearts and always available as a gift and it costs nothing to share it.”Ryland EngelhartLast week weexplored the world of regenerative farming, soil health and biodiversity as critical levers to improve human health. Consolidate food security. Drawdown carbon. And backpedal climate change.Today we expound on that theme with entrepreneur, restauranteur and social activistRyland Engelhart.Ryland is the ‘Mission Fulfillment Officer' and co-owner of Café Gratitude and Gracias Madre, a family owned group of legendary plant-based restaurants. The epicenter of California vegan cuisine & culture, it's a platform he uses to not only feed people amazing food but to cultivate community — and most importantly, inspire more gratitude into our lives and culture.In addition, Ryland is a speaker and passionate advocate for sacred commerce, community building and regenerative farming principles...

134 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Ryland Engelhart’s Philosophy Is Gratitude: Thoughts On Soil, Sacred Commerce & Sustainability

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Balancing Your Hormones With Neal Barnard, MD

“Rather than using people as recipients of prescriptions, let’s instead work with people as partners to help them to put the best fuel in their bodies."Neal Barnard, MDApredominant theme of this podcast is the profound impactof nutrition on long-term well-being.Less discussed is the importance of hormonal health. Most would be surprised to learn that certain maladies -- including infertility, menstrual cramps, weight gain, hair loss, breast and prostate cancer, hot flashes, and many others -- have one thing in common: they are fueled or influenced by hormones hiding in everyday foods.The good (and surprising) news is that proper nutrition can also help restore endocrine balance, often with benefits that rival popular medications.To provide insight on how hormones wreak havoc on the body, and how specific diet and lifestyle changes can help alleviateyears of stress, pain and illness, I'm joined today by my friendNeal Barnard, MD.Making this third appearance on the podcast (check ep...

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Balancing Your Hormones With Neal Barnard, MD

Kelly McGonigal Wants You To Fall In Love With Movement

“Chasing meaning is better for your health than trying to avoid discomfort."Kelly McGonigal, PhDWe equate the new year with potential energy. It's an opportunity to re-evaluate one's trajectory. A permission grant to chart a new course of self-discovery.In truth, every moment presents a window for reinvention. But January always provides heightened urgency to inventory how we spend our precious time, focus our intention and deploy our energy.Extrapolating on themes explored withChadd Wright,today we balance out the warrior alpha-male vibe with some feminine wisdom, courtesy ofKelly McGonigal, PhD.Ahealth psychologist and lecturer at Stanford University who specializes in understanding the mind-body connection, Kelly is a pioneer in the field of 'science-help,' translating insights from psychology and neuroscience into practical strategies that support personal well-being and community connection.There’s a decent chance you caught her amazing 2013 TED Talk,How To Make Stress Your Friend.A viral hit with over 21 million views, Kellymakes the case that social connection is both a natural instinct and a source of resilience in times of stress.Or perhaps you’ve read one of her many amazing books,The Upside of Stress,The Willpower Instinct,orThe Science of Compassion--all of which are based on classes Kelly has previously taught at StanfordThrough the Stanford Center for Compassion and Altruism, Kelly helped createStanford Compassion Cultivation Training, a program now taught around the world that helps individuals strengthen their empathy, compassion, and self-compassion. And since 2000, she has taught dance, yoga, and group exercise in the San Francisco Bay Area.In addition, Kelly has served as the psychology consultant forTheNew York TimesEducation Initiative and has appeared broadly in many mainstream media outlets, includingThe Today Show,Good Morning America,The Anderson Cooper Show, andCNN.Fresh off the press and the framework for today’s conversationis her latest work,The Joy of Movement.Alove letter to physicality (motivated in part by the dance, yoga, and group exercise classes she has been teaching for two decades), it's an evidence-based primer on how movement can serve as an antidote todepression, anxiety, and loneliness -- the modern epidemics of our time.Although we touch a bit on willpower and stress (the subjects explored in her previous books), this conversation focuses onwhat exactly happens when we move our bodies.But movement isn't just about fitness. It's not about the treadmill or StairMaster. And it has nothing to do with weight loss or six-pack abs.Instead, movement is about something far more important. It's fundamental to being human. And a powerful path to that which we seek most -- happiness, hope, connection, and courage.Drawing on neuroscience, psychology, anthropology, and evolutionary biology, today we discuss why movement need not be a chore, but rather a source of joy. A source of self-expression. A vehicle for cooperation and social connection. A tool for mastery. And for some, even an instrument for self-transcendence.Whether you're an experienced ultra marathon runner, a CrossFit enthusiast or a couch potato with a new year's resolution to finally get your heart rate up, Kelly is here to help deepen our collective understanding of how movement can create more meaning, pleasure, positivity and intimacy in our daily lives.You can watch it all go down onYouTube. And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.Kelly is fantastic. And this conversation is a perfect way to embrace the new year enthusiastic about thebody's potential to quite literally change everything about how we experience ourselves and our communities. I sincerely hope you enjoy the exchange as much as I enjoyed having it.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsGrove Collaborative:The online marketplace th

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Chadd Wright: Don’t Give Pain A Voice

“You only have a certain amount of energy. Use it to promote the things you love."Chadd WrightOur 'Best Of' anthology series isn't the only annual tradition here at the RRP. Two years ago we started a new one, kicking off Januarywith hard truths and bankable life advice designed to put thatholiday excess in the rear view. Arrest the habits that don't serve you. And calibrate the mind for challenges the new year will undoubtedly bring.In 2018 and 2019 our new year's messenger was aformer Navy SEAL turned motivational ultra-athlete they callthe hardest man alive-- David Goggins.Continuing on this theme, our first guest for 2020 is also a man who overcame unbelievable obstacles to become a Navy SEAL -- and later an elite ultramarathoner.MeetChadd Wright.Reared in the mountains of rural northwest Georgia, Chadd grew upobsessed with becoming a SEAL. But when the Navy discovered a rare but asymptomatic cyst on his heart, he was disqualified from entering BUDS. Undaunted, Chadd refused to give up, ultimately tracking down a surgeon willing to performa procedure deemed too risky byevery cardiologist he previously petitioned.Cyst successfully removed, Chadd went on to realize his SEAL dream, serving over the next decade as a Team Leader on multiple deployments to conflict zones across the world.He became a SEAL instructor. A Master Training Specialist. Chadd even served a stint as President Obama’s bodyguard. Along the way, he battled PTSD and traumatic brain injury. He faced his wife’s substance abuse issues. And he found God -- a faith in part born from a paranormal experience he shares in riveting detail today.Now retired from the military, Chadd has found new life as an elite ultramarathoner -- a spiritual quest for self-knowledge and mind-body mastery that has compelled him to tackle some of the world’s most insane endurance slogs likeThe Revenant-- a118-mile footrace across south New Zealand with over 52,000 feet of elevation gain thatnot one person has ever successfully completed.This conversationbegins with Chad's unique upbringing. His SEAL dream. And the heart condition that nearly derailed it.We discuss the day-to-day reality of the elite warrior. The supernatural experience and visions that embolden his faith. And the role Christianity plays in his spiritual equation.We talk about the perils of civilian re-entry. The allure of ultrarunning. His training regimen. The mental strategies deployed to venture beyond his limits. And a project he launched with his brother called3-of-7.Chadd shares his perspective onthe importance of breaking down big goals into bite size chunks. Why some people quit their dreams. Why others don’t. And what exactly separates the two.Finally, we talk about why the “stay hard’ mantra isn’t a sustainable life philosophy. The incredible power of spoken word. Disengaging from negativity. And the importance of channeling our limited energy into that which we love.Chadd's mantra is simple:Never give pain a voice. And never, ever die in the chair.As ahardened warrior turned ultra-athlete, Chadd exudes a familiar energy I'd characterize as Goggins-adjacent. But Chadd is anything but a Goggins stand-in. He's warmer. A bit more inviting. Perhaps it's his personable, laconic southern drawl. Or maybe it's his grounded faith in Christ.If Goggins and Josh LaJaunie had a son, his name just might be Chadd Wright.One thing is for certain -- this guy is extremely authentic. Deeply soulful.And wise well beyond his 31 years.Packed with mindset tactics, powerful takeaways and inspiration for miles, Chadd's tale of toil, perseverance and redemption will leave you riveted. Rethinking the ceiling on your own perceived limits. And prepared to tackle any dream you've set for the new year ahead.You can watch it all go down onYouTube.And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.I fell in love with this man. And this conversation has stayed with me. I sincerely hope you enjoy it as m

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The Best Of 2019: Part II

“If you have a spiritual life, it is for you. It is not something you should inflict on other people.”Russell BrandWelcome to Part II of our 7th annualBest of the RRP Anthology —our way of taking a moment to reflect on the past twelve months by revisiting the year's most compelling podcast guests.It's been an honor to engage with so many extraordinary people over the course of 2019. Reviewing the year in conversation brought powerful new insights -- a reminder that these evergreen exchanges continue to inspire and inform.For long-time listeners, my intention is to launch you into 2020 with renewed vigor. If you're new to the show, my hope is that this anthology will stir you to peruse the back catalog and check out episodes you may have missed.Links to the full episodes excerpted in this anthology are listed in the below show notes.Thank you for taking this journey with me. I appreciate you. I love you.You can watch it all go down onYouTube.And as always, the conversation streams...

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The Best Of 2019: Part II

The Best Of 2019: Part I

E“Stay positive. Make a change for yourself. Tell others about your change. Feel good and hopefully, the message will spread.”Gemma NewmanWelcome to the 7th annualBest of the RRP Anthology —our way of taking a moment to reflect on the year, express gratitude and give thanks for taking this journey with us.To be honest, I didn’t think we could top 2018 -- but we did. It’s been an incredible year. I'm deeply indebted to all my extraordinary guests. And unbelievably proud of the library we dedicated ourselves to creating over the last twelve months.To prepare for the year ahead, it’s critical to pause. To reflect back. Celebrate the victories. Take inventory of the missteps. And visualize the goals you wish to self-actualize in the months ahead. I believe in this process. And I feel strongly that 2020 holds the potential energy manifest youraspirations.It is in this spirit that we created a tradition of closing each year with a look in the rear view with a 2-episode compilation of clips excerpted from many of year's best guests.Consider these next two shows as alove letter. My way of saying thank you. I see you. I believe in you. And I believe in the power we all have to do, be and live better. To step into our best, most authentic selves. And in turn, share freely what we have learned in service of others.For long-time listeners, the next two episodes are intended to launch you into 2020 with renewed vigor and intention. Lean in to the wisdom. Leverage it to clarify your 2020 goals.If you're newer to the show, my hope is that this anthology will prime you to peruse the back catalog and check out episodes you may have missed.Links to the full episodes excerpted in this anthology can be found in the below show notes.You can watch it all go down onYouTube(with the exception of theGemma Newman,Jack DorseyandKevin Smithexcerpts, episodes that we did not film). And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.Here's to an extraordinary 2020. Join me, and let'smake it the best year ever -- together.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsJaybird:Pioneering audio for the active, Jaybird makes the most advanced and durable headphones I have ever tried. Their wireless Vista earbuds (my favorite) are not only waterproof and sweatproof with industry-leading battery life, they're the only true wireless headphones that meet U.S. military rugged compliance standards. In addition, Vista’s cutting-edge JBS1 wireless technology ensures crystal-clear, zero-lag stereo sound for music and calls, and a reliable connection that pairs easily with your phone. When you’re ready to expand the horizon of your active audio experience, go toJaybirdSport.com.Squarespace:The easiest way to create a beautiful website, blog, or online store for you and your ideas.Save 10%at checkoutwhen visitsquarespace.com/richrolland use the offer code “RICHROLL” at checkout.Caldera Lab:Right now, the folks at Caldera Lab are even offering my listeners20% off their first purchase of The Good.All you gotta do is go tocalderalab.com/RICHROLLor use discount codeRICHROLLat checkout.Note:One of the best ways to support the podcast is to support the sponsors. For a complete list of all RRP sponsors and their respective vanity url's and discount codes,visit my Resources page and click "Sponsors".FULL EPISODES EXCERPTEDRRP #413: You Can’t Hurt David GogginsRRP #428: Nadia Bolz-Weber Is ShamelessRRP #416: Johann Hari On Lost ConnectionsRRP #417: Kílian Jornet Is The World’s Greatest Mountain RunnerRRP #449: Gemma Newman, MD Is The Plant Power DoctorRRP #425: Tom Bilyeu On Exiting The MatrixRRP #430: Jack Dorsey On Shouldering The Health of Global ConversationRRP #460: Annaka Harris On ConsciousnessRRP #433: Kevin Smith On The Heart Attack That Saved His LifeRRP #438: Lisa Damour, PhD On Parenting Teens Under PressureRRP #439: Colin O’Brady Is The First To Cross

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The Best Of 2019: Part I

Kendra Little Is Becoming More: Broadening The Gender Identity Conversation

“You don’t have to be intersex to be able to relate to my story. Everyone is going through something they don’t feel like they can share. This story is for them as well."Kendra LittleGrowing up in the late 1970's there was no conversation around gender identity. You were either male or female. Period, end of discussion.Times have changed. The way we currently think about gender has evolved. Each day brings greater mainstream awareness to its non-binary nature -- and the innate fluidity of gender roles and identity.Take a moment to imagine the experience of beingintersex-- a condition in which an individual is born with genetic variations on conventional sex characteristics.Now imagine trying to navigate the world from this non-binary biological disposition.This is the story ofKendra Little.Raised as a girl, at age 12 Kendra learned that she was born with something calledandrogen insensitivity syndrome,a variation of intersex that affects between 2 to 5 out of 100,000 people. The news prompted Kendra to isolate. Adopting a hormone protocol on the advice of her doctors, she remained a ‘girl’, proceeded to never discuss her condition with anybody and dove headlong into sports -- a place where she excelled and felt at home.But eventually the emotional dissonance between her true self and that which she held out to the world became too much to bear, prompting her to walk away from a promising career as a professional golfer. But that disconnect ultimately catalyzed an amazing journey of self-discovery -- and eventually wholeness.Now able to fully embrace her own unique identity (very recently I might add), Kendra is publicly sharing her story -- with both courage and pride. The intention isn't self-serving, but motivated by a genuine desire to change the way we think about non-binary gender constructs. To bring comfort to those ashamed of how they were born. And to openly permit sharing the many forms of loneliness, pain and shame so many of us keep hidden.This past July, Kendra tweeted me a video entitledBecoming More-- her story in mini-doc form createdby Uninterrupted,LeBron James’ production company.I click play. Instantly, I’m captivated by Kendra’s appearance. Her facial features present as simultaneously male and female. She's both, but also neither. Kendra is truly her own unique form of humanity. But her appearance is quickly eclipsed by her strength and vulnerability-- and the compelling narrative that unfolds.I knewimmediately this was a special person I wanted to know better. A fascinating story I wanted to help tell. And quite honestly, a subject matter of social importance and cultural relevance I wanted to better understand.So here we are. Kendra, I honor you for your courage in trusting me with this conversation, a privilege I don't take lightly.You can watch it all go down onYouTube(seeing Kendra helps contextualize the exchange).And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.This one is special. May it be as enjoyable and enlightening as it was for me.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsAudible:With more than 180,000 audiobooks and spoken-word audio products, you’ll find what you’re looking for. RichRoll listeners are entitled to aFREEaudiobook and 30-day trial today by signing up ataudible.com/richrollortext RICHROLL to 500-500Calm:The #1 App for Meditation and Sleep with 100+ guided meditations covering anxiety, focus, stress, sleep, relationships and more. Plus 7-day and 21-day programs for both beginner and advanced users.For a limited time, my listeners can get25% off a Calm Premium subscriptionatCalm.com/richroll. It includes unlimited access to ALL of Calm’s amazing content.Get started today.Grove Collaborative:The online marketplace that makes it easy to go green by delivering all-natural & non-toxic home, beauty, and personal care products right to your doorstep.This holiday

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Rangan Chatterjee, MD On Quelling Stress, Cultivating Intimacy & Reinventing Health Care

“My mission is to help 100 million people feel fantastic by restoring them tooptimal health."Rangan ChatterjeeToday we’re going to talk about stress.In proper doses it’s actually beneficial, promoting resilience -- both physical and mental.But for most people, that dose isn't proper. Instead it's chronic -- excessive, persistent and unrelenting. In fact, elevated levels of social and emotional stress have come to define our daily experience, leading the World Health Organization to qualify our chronic relationship with stress as “the health epidemic of the 21st Century”.Left untreated, it's an incessant strain that promotes low libido, poor memory and weight gain. Ultimately it can lead to heart disease, depression, autoimmune disorders, premature aging and a litany of other serious and deleterious health conditions.This week’s guest has seen the perils of chronic stress first hand. A UK-based medical doctor, he found himself increasingly treating patients suffering from the downstream implications of living with this malevolence. It prompted him to ask,why is this happening?His name isRangan Chatterjee, MD. He decided to find answers to this question -- and do something about it.If that name sounds familiar, perhaps it’s because you caught him on the BBC, starring inDoctor in the House.Perhaps you read his bestselling book,The Four Pillar Plan,released in the United States under the titleHow To Make Disease Disappear.Or maybe, just maybe, you caughtRRP 376,our popular first conversation from July of 2018 that launched our friendship.For those unfamiliar, Dr. Chatterjee is a pioneer in the field of progressive, functional medicine. Widely regarded as one of the most influential doctors in the UK, he is double board certified in internal medicine and family medicine and holds an honors degree in immunology. An in-demand lecturer, he created the very first “Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine” course accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners in London.In addition, he hoststhe popularFeel Better, Live Morepodcast (which I’ve appeared on twice) and has been widely featured on an array of prominent media outlets like theThe New York Times, BBC, Forbes, The Guardian, The Financial Times,and many others.The focus of today’s conversation is also the subject of Rangan’s latest book,The Stress Solution-- an important primer on how chronic stress can lead to disease, along with strategies, tools and lifestyle changes proven to protect against and reverse its toxic effects.This is a conversation about the very nature of stress. What creates it. The health implications it produces. The many simple things you can do to alleviate it -- and it's varied ill effects.More specifically, we discuss Rangan’s direct experience fielding patients with chronic stress -- and the science-based strategies he deployed to ameliorate the condition and reverse it’s negative consequences.We talk about the critical role sleep, meditation and mindfulness practices play in combating stress. And how human touch, intimacy and connecting with nature can assuage it's impact.We cover breathing techniques. Disconnecting from our devices. Carving out “me time”. The importance of finding passion -- and infusing your life with purpose.Lastly, we dig into Rangan’s new found love forSwimrun(I’m taking a wee bit of credit for that one Dr. C!).You can watch it all go down onYouTube.And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.I think we can all benefit from de-stressing ourselves this holiday season. Both fun and important, my hope is that you listen keenly -- and put Dr. Chatterjee's prescription into action.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsFully:From the popularJarvisadjustablestanding desks to their every-which-way active office chairs, to their many movement supporting accessories — anti-fatigue mats, treadmill desks and more

170 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Rangan Chatterjee, MD On Quelling Stress, Cultivating Intimacy & Reinventing Health Care

Julie Piatt: Seeing The Divinity In Everything

“We are the ones we've been waiting for."Julie PiattWelcome to the latest installment in my ongoing series of mind melds with my wife and in-house spiritual guru, the wise and etherealJulie Piatt,aka SriMati.Longtime listeners are well acquainted with my better half. For those newer to the show, Julie is very good at many things. In addition to being an accomplished yogi, healer, musician, and mom to four children, she's also the bestselling author ofthree vegan cookbooks.She hosts theFor The Life of Mepodcast. She lords overWater Tiger,her online spiritual community. And she's the founder and 'Mother Arc' ofSriMu,her recently launched plant-based cheese start-up.This conversation opens with an update onSriMu.How Julie manifested her vision to create the absolute best artisanal vegan cheese on the market. Start-up founder life behind-the scenes. The values she is building into her food and work culture. And the broader mission she holds for the future.We discuss the hows and whys behind my decision to take my first ever extended work sabbatical (don't worry the podcast will continue as scheduled).And we explore strategies for navigating the perilous emotional and financial land mines that accompany the holiday season.Finally, we close with thoughts on weathering the judgment of others. Maintaining a growth mindset. Approaching others with humility. And the benefits of choosing to see the divinity in all things.The visually inclinedcan watch it all go down on YouTube. And as always, the episode is available onApple PodcastsandSpotify.I sincerely hope you enjoy the divine offering.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsQuip:Your one stop solution for oral health! Quip starts at just $25 and if you go to:getquip.com/richrollright now, you can get your first refill pack forFREE!Athletic Greens:75 Wholefood Sourced Ingredients, 5 Key Areas of Health, 10 years in development. The Delicious Daily Habit That Sets You Up For A Healthy Future. Healthy Daily Supplement. Invest In Your Health. No Compromises. Go to:athleticgreens.com/richrolland claim your special offer today:20 FREE travel packs valued at $79with your first purchase.Squarespace:The easiest way to create a beautiful website, blog, or online store for you and your ideas.Save 10%at checkoutwhen visitsquarespace.com/richrolland use the offer code “RICHROLL” at checkout.Note:One of the best ways to support the podcast is to support the sponsors. For a complete list of all RRP sponsors and their respective vanity url's and discount codes,visit my Resources page and click "Sponsors".SHOW NOTES"Not Cheese" non-dairy delights: To learn more and place your order, visitSriMu.comBackground, Context & ReferenceConnect with Julie:SriMati.com|Instagram|Twitter|FacebookConnect with Rich:Facebook|Twitter|Instagram|YouTubeSriMuartisanal ‘not cheeses':Website|Purchase SriMu Subscription BoxJulie’s Book:This Cheese Is NutsJulie’s Podcast:For The Life of MeJulie’s Music:SriMatiJulie’sJai Yoga Foundational SeriesRich and Julie’s Cookbooks:The Plantpower Way&The Plantpower Way: ItaliaPlantpower Retreats:ourplantpowerworld.comRich’s Memoir:Finding UltraRelated Podcasts You Might EnjoyRRP #465: Keep Evolving: Julie Piatt ReturnsRRP #387: The Power Of Ceremony And Ritual With Julie PiattRRP #361: AMORE! Rich & Julie On Relationships — Plus Italian Cuisine 2.0RRP #295: Ditching Dairy: The Doyenne Of Vegan Cuisine On Food As A Portal For TransformationRRP #254: How To Build An Authentic Brand with Julie PiattRRP #200: Let’s Talk About Death with Julie PiattRRP #333: How To Build A Conscious Relationship with Julie PiattRRP #343: Creative Partnerships with Julie PiattThanks toJason Camiolofor audio production and show notes. Margo Lubin andBlake Curtisfor video, editing and graphics.Leia Marasovichfor portraits. Interstitial music bySriMatiMusicand theme music byAna Leimma.*Disclosure:Books and products d

105 MIN2019 DEC 12
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Julie Piatt: Seeing The Divinity In Everything

Breaking Boston: Scott Fauble Is Leading American Marathoners Into The Olympics

“Good and fast are not the same thing."Scott FaubleFor the vast majority of us, besting our 26.2 personal record by 3+ minutes would be considered fine. Something to be celebrated, but hardly a mind-bending breakthrough.At the highest level of distance running however, the distinction is vast. It's the canyon that separates a very good marathon runnerfrom the greats.This is the story ofScott Fauble.Historically a very accomplished cross country & 10K runner (at the 2016 Olympic Trials he finished 4th in the 10,000 meters), Scott was unproven at the marathon. That is, until he ran 2:12 in Frankfurt in 2017 and matched that time the following year in New York.Theseperformances certainly established Scott as a very good marathoner. But nobody, aside from Scott himself and perhaps his coach and close circle, was prepared for his stunning performanceat the 2019 Boston Marathon. Not only did he surprise the world by leading the race for extended stretches, he accomplished what is almost unheard of at his level -- besting his marathon PR by almost 3 and a half minutes to complete the course in 2:09:09 asthe top American and 7th overall.It was a performance that foisted him into the mainstream spotlight. Anointed him as the leading American going into the 2020 Olympic men's marathon. And established him as one ofthe world’s very best at the 26.2 discipline.Just as interesting are Faub's pursuits when the running shoes come off. Alongside coach Ben Rosario he pennedInside a Marathon: An All-Access Pass to a Top-10 Finish at NYC.Documenting the entire four-month journey to Scott’s 7th place finish at the 2018 New York City Marathon, it's a rare, candid (and very funny at times) behind-the-scenes look at the life of a professional marathoner. A chronicle of grit and mental fortitude, it's a must read book for anyone committed to mastery.Unusual among top professional endurance athletes, yet simpatico with his fidelity to extreme transparency, Scott logs every training session onStrava(check out the file from Boston). He makesYouTube videos.A movie buff, he even hostsShowrunners--apodcast where he breaks down his all-time favorite films with fellow elite runners.This conversation runs the gamut. We begin with Scott's young running career. Track his evolution to Boston. And his maturation into Olympic contender.We discuss life in Flagstaff, AZ. What he has learned under coach Ben Rosario and training alongside teammates on theHOKA Northern Arizona Elite Team.We talk about the coach-athlete relationship as partnership. We go deep into his breakthrough Boston performance. The strategies and techniques that produced that amazing result. And Scott's mindset as he approaches Olympic Trials at the end of February.In addition, we explore his off-road pursuits. The intention behind writing a book. The why behind his podcast. And his deep love for burritos -- all interests I can certainly relate to.In closing, we review the mistakes he sees many amateurs runners make -- and how best to correct them.For Scott, it's about process over results. Passion over podiums. And why 'fast' doesn't always equate to 'good'.You can watch it all go down onYouTube.And as always, the conversation streams wild and free onApple PodcastsandSpotify.Humble and jocular, Scott is a natural conversationalist -- one of the good guys you just want to see win. So let's put some wind in his sail for Olympic Trials.I really enjoyed this one and sincerely hope you do as well.Peace + Plants,Listen, Watch & SubscribeApple Podcasts|YouTube|Spotify|Stitcher|Google PodcastsThanks to this week’s sponsorsNative:Safe, Effective Protection Against Odor & Wetness. For Men & Women. Deodorant that isn’t a chemistry experiment – No Aluminum, Parabens, Phthalates Or Talc. Nontoxic Ingredients. Paraben Free. Aluminum Free. Lasts All Day. For20% off your first purchase,visitnativecos.comand usepromo code Rollduring checkout!Outerknown:For the people and the planet, Outerknown was found

115 MIN2019 DEC 9
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Breaking Boston: Scott Fauble Is Leading American Marathoners Into The Olympics

Ryland Engelhart’s Philosophy Is Gratitude: Thoughts On Soil, Sacred Commerce & Sustainability

“Love is not something found in a person, place or thing. It’s something that is ever present in our hearts and always available as a gift and it costs nothing to share it.”Ryland EngelhartLast week weexplored the world of regenerative farming, soil health and biodiversity as critical levers to improve human health. Consolidate food security. Drawdown carbon. And backpedal climate change.Today we expound on that theme with entrepreneur, restauranteur and social activistRyland Engelhart.Ryland is the ‘Mission Fulfillment Officer' and co-owner of Café Gratitude and Gracias Madre, a family owned group of legendary plant-based restaurants. The epicenter of California vegan cuisine & culture, it's a platform he uses to not only feed people amazing food but to cultivate community — and most importantly, inspire more gratitude into our lives and culture.In addition, Ryland is a speaker and passionate advocate for sacred commerce, community building and regenerative farming principles...

134 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Ryland Engelhart’s Philosophy Is Gratitude: Thoughts On Soil, Sacred Commerce & Sustainability

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