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I’m Rebecca Smith, your podcast host, and High Performance Coach. I’m Director of Complete Performance Coaching and founder of The #PerformHappy Community. Maybe you’re a gymnast with a fear of going backwards. A swimmer who can’t seem to go any faster. Or a parent who is clueless about how to help your child succeed. You might be stepping up to tougher competition and looking to raise your game. Whether you're struggling with a mental block, or you just had the best season of your life, thi ...
 
Welcome to The Women! Every episode, host Rose Reid follows one woman’s extraordinary journey. And during this special mini-season, Rose talks to some of the brave, brazen, and badass women from her home state of Georgia—where two Senate seats and the balance of power—is up for grabs.As a seventh-generation Georgian, Rose wants to show the Georgia she knows: the powerful builders and dreamers entrenched in the outcome of the Georgia Runoffs. She speaks with attorneys, politicians, writers, a ...
 
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Park Cannon was the youngest representative elected to Georgia’s state legislature in 2016 at the age of 24. Park is also the first openly queer state representative in the United States, and serves as the Secretary of the Georgia House Democrats - and she continues to practice medicine and is a doula and healthcare worker in Atlanta. You may remem…
 
On today's podcast, we are going to be talking about what to do after you've had a bad day on a scarey skill. On those days when you've had a fall, or you just get shaken and are like "Wow, I didn't like that". Here's what to do if you feel like your brain goes into revolt and is like I don't want to do this at all, here's how you can get moving fo…
 
On today's podcast, I'm going to give you some suggestions on how to help your shy or quiet athlete to start speaking up. Because when they have a solid confident voice that they can rely on, when they have strong boundaries, when they know what they need and how to ask for it, confidence in sport and life will increase exponentially.…
 
All eyes are on Georgia. Again. Senate Bill 202, a 98-page document outlines new provisions restricting voting registration, voting by mail, and early voting. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a rushed bill in private chambers. Representative Park Cannon was arrested (!) for knocking (!) on his door during session. Delta, Coca-Cola, and Major Leag…
 
On today's podcast, I am going to give you three mindset hacks that will help you to be better in competition this weekend, or this month, or whenever your next competition is. Three quick shifts that you can make mentally that will allow you to walk out there with confidence.על ידי Rebecca Smith, M.A.
 
On today's podcast, I am going to tackle the myth that you need to think about scores in order to get good scores and I'm actually going to kind of give you "what for" about my opinion on what talking about scores does to an athletes confidence. So this one's for you, parents, if you are the kind of person that likes to post "Yeah, my daughter got …
 
The world may reopen soon! And in anticipation of shoulder-to-shoulder events, the exchange of droplets, and crowded stadiums, scientists and researchers have been busy imagining a new world where airlines, stadiums, and venues may require confirmation that you are either vaccinated, or COVID19 negative. Elli Androulaki is one of the brilliant mind…
 
On today's podcast, I'm going to talk to the shy athletes, more the parents of the shy athletes but I hope the athletes are listening too. I'm going to teach you some skills that will allow you to learn to speak up. Which is a skill that will not only help your sport but will help your life. Stick around for some fun easy tips to help you speak up …
 
Hey Guys, I wanted to let you know I just started taking questions live on Instagram on Thursday afternoon. So Thursdays at 4:30 Pacific Time every week I will be live on Instagram in sort of an "ask-me-anything" situation. So if you have questions for me I would really encourage you to send them my way. You can find me at rebecca@performhappy.com …
 
A special episode for International Women's Day! Featuring the Executive Director of United Nations Women / Under-Secretary General of the United Nations, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka. Phumzile grew up under the apartheid regime that restricted almost every aspect of her life and person. She joined the movement that created the first democratic governmen…
 
On today's podcast, I have the pleasure of interviewing Vahid Moavenzadeh who is the coach and the team director of Chapel Hill Gymnastics all about creating a healthy gym atmosphere. You are going to hear some of the evolution of his process that not only led to really great communication with his athletes, and more confidence but even though he t…
 
On today's podcast, I have the pleasure of interviewing Stacey Herman, who is a fellow mental skill and sports psychology expert who works with gymnasts. So she and I are going to nerd-out and talk about how to help athletes through mental blocks and how to improve the whole gymnastics experience. If you are not a gymnast you can still get a lot ou…
 
Jessica Nabongo is a writer and photographer, and the first Black woman to visit all 195 countries. Less than 300 people have done that - and less than 30 women have visited all 195 countries. More than 200,000 people have followed Jessica’s journey. She has documented almost every aspect of her quest - the highs and the lows - from crystal blue wa…
 
On today's podcast, I'm going to be answering a PerformHappy member's question about how to stop a confidence backslide in action. When your athlete has been getting better and better and you see the confidence rising and then they have a really bad day. How to now make it a big deal and what to do so you can just glide right through it.…
 
On today's podcast, I am going to give you a sneak peek into the PerformHappy Parents Facebook Group. We had a parent ask a bunch of questions about her daughter who is really struggling with fear and mental blocks on a lot of skills. So I went into detail explaining basically the ins and outs of why mental blocks are how they are, and why things a…
 
Stephanie Stebich is the director of the Smithsonian American Art Museum - that means she is responsible for the nation’s premier collection of American art and major exhibition, research, publication, education and digital-media programs at the museum and its Renwick Gallery. Before moving to Washington DC, was the executive director of the Tacoma…
 
On today's podcast, I'm willing to give you 3 quick tips to get you motivated to do something that scares you. So we're going to figure out how to deal with those what-ifs, what to think about instead when you start to freak out, and then how to start moving forward towards that goal that you know you want but just scares you a little.…
 
On today's podcast, I am talking to you athletes. So, any athletes out there with big dreams and these might be big dreams that you shout from the rooftops, that everybody knows, you want to go that college or you want to reach that milestone in your sport, or these might be the big dreams that you keep to yourself because you're not totally sure i…
 
The Women is a long-form interview show profiling brazen and badass trailblazers. For the past two months host Rose Reid has been covering the women integral on the ground to the Georgia Senate runoff elections. Following a very stressful, hectic, and violent election cycle, it's time for a breath of fresh air -- with yoga instructor Sara Clark. Sa…
 
On today's podcast, I am going to talk about the biological reason why athletes meltdown under pressure, the main difference between the people who thrive under pressure and the ones who don't, and the one thing you need to change in order to increase your consistency in competition.על ידי Rebecca Smith, M.A.
 
Sara Totonchi is the Executive Director of the Southern Center for Human Rights, a non-profit law form which works to exonerate and mitigate those who are impacted by the criminal legal system in the Deep South. During this past election cycle, Sara oversaw 17,000 absentee ballots delivered to voters who are currently in jail. Every day, Sara fight…
 
On today's podcast, I am going to give you the scoop on the one thing you need that can make your sport career a success. So this is going to involve redefining success a little bit. I'm going to talk about what you have to do before you can start to feel successful and that one thing you need and 9 ways to get it.…
 
Stacey Abrams is on everyone's mind right now. In this "Part 2" episode recapping last week’s historical events, we're revisiting our conversation with Stacey Abrams. Within 24 hours that Georgians sent its first African American Senator and its first Jewish senator to Washington DC - the Capitol was stormed. And just within days of the historic tu…
 
Welcome to The Women with Rose Reid, where we continue to interview brazen and badass women behind the scenes in Georgia. We’ll be recapping last week’s historical events in two episodes - first, reckoning with the insurrection. And In the next episode - in conversation with Stacey Abrams. Today, we’ll discuss the storming of the Capitol and a bann…
 
On today's podcast, I have the pleasure of interviewing Lauren Early, the 6 time back to back world champion in competitive Irish dance and we're going to dig into the mindset that helped her push through, keep at it, and stay positive through this amazing sports journey.על ידי Rebecca Smith, M.A.
 
Welcome to The Women with Rose Reid. Today is Election Day in Georgia!! We continue with our blitz mini-season profiling the amazing women on the ground in Georgia whose work will determine two Senate seats, and party control. We get two very different perspectives on this blue wave that we see taking Georgia: Barbara Krinsky is a 90 year old self …
 
Welcome to the Women with Rose Reid. We continue with our blitz mini-season profiling the amazing women on the ground in Georgia whose work will determine the upcoming election for two Senate seats, and party control. We are just days away from the election on January 5th, and more than 2.5 Million votes have been cast - breaking state records for …
 
On today's podcast, I'm talking to you if your gym is shutdown. I know some people are going back into lockdown for COVID so here are some tips on how to keep your confidence up even if you've got some big changes happening that are making you feel less confident.על ידי Rebecca Smith, M.A.
 
The name Helen Butler has grassroots hall-of-fame status in Georgia. Helen has worked closely with Stacey Abrams and Fair Fight, but has been doing voter outreach for decades. This year their work has been more important--and in some ways, more difficult--than it ever has been before. And yet, Helen's team has registered tens of thousands of voters…
 
Longtime Georgia State Senator Nan Orrock is noticing a seismic shift among her Republican colleagues. There are always fissures in power, she says, but none she has seen this deep. "This is not typical," Nan says - everything about this election is atypical. What are the democratic candidates, Reverend Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, offering Geor…
 
Welcome to this blitz mini-season of The Women, where host Rose Reid investigates the runoff election that has the world watching Georgia, and the women who make all the difference. Atlanta native Josie Duffy Rice is the host of the podcast Justice in America. She is also a friend, new mom, ultimate dance buddy, and a fierce advocate. Josie is a wr…
 
Welcome to Part 4 of the Mental Block Breakthrough series. Today I'm going to give you the secret to overcoming mental blocks for good and I'm also going to walk you through a diagram that I would love for you to be able to check out. So make sure if you haven't already, to download the Mental Block Breakthrough Workbooks so that you can see what t…
 
Welcome back to The Women, where every episode, host Rose Reid follows one woman’s extraordinary journey. During this special mini-season, Rose talks to some of the brave, brazen, and badass women from her home state of Georgia—where two Senate seats and the balance of power—is up for grabs. As a seventh-generation Georgian, Rose wants to show the …
 
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