Mission Critical

We can’t forget about the goals we’ve set for ourselves.

We may will stumble.
We may will get passed by others.
We may will have to veer off-course.

But don’t forget about our goal.

When it feels like we are slugging along, we must keep moving.
When we feel like we are the only ones running uphill, we must keep moving.
When we feel like we are questioning our every decision, we must keep moving.

If the journey is worth it then so is enduring some pain to get there.

While we are focused forward there may be others behind us, using our guidance and direction as a beacon of light, maybe one of hope, helping them along when they feel defeated and weak.

We have to believe we can be a light in the darkness.

We have to believe our mission is worth it.

We have to believe.

Mission Critical2022-06-01T20:14:49-04:00
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Helaine Knapp

HELAINE KNAPP

EPISODE 194: Founder & CEO of CITYROW

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Episode 194 features Helaine Knapp, Founder, and CEO of CITYROW, who is on a mission of delivering a smart, fun, effective workouts to all fitness levels.

Find Helaine Online:

Website: www.cityrow.com

OnDemand App: go.cityrow.com

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/helaine-knapp/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/helaineknapp

Twitter: https://twitter.com/helaineknapp

About Helaine:

After spending years climbing the corporate ladder, Helaine Knapp left the world of publishing for tech start-up life. Group fitness was her outlet while working hard and taking on the hustle and bustle of New York City. Months of spin and boot camp classes left her with a lower back injury, and she began searching for a workout that was low impact, but super effective. After a friend suggested rowing, Helaine initially rejected it as something “my dad did in college,” but following a few workouts on a sexy machine, pairing it with total body sculpting moves off the machine, changed her mind and the concept for CITYROW was born.

With a mission of delivering a smart, fun, effective workout to all fitness levels, under Knapp’s leadership, CITYROW has grown from one studio in New York City to a national omnichannel fitness brand with 12 open studios and 65 franchises sold nationwide along with a top-ranked on-demand global program featuring at-home rowers and a fast-growing digital subscription business.

Knapp has yet to row on the water and has been featured as a business leader and a wellness expert on TODAY, Women’s Health, ABC, Harper’s Bazaar, Shape, Well + Good, Vogue, Yahoo! Finance and PEOPLE, among many others.

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Helaine Knapp2021-11-21T21:34:53-04:00
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Jim Kukral

JIM KUKRAL

EPISODE 183: Founder of LifeApoc.com

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Episode 183 features Jim Kukral, Founder of LifeApoc.com. As an almost fifty-year-old successful businessman, husband, and father of two, Jim realized that he needed to spend his remaining days on this planet helping people figure out how to live a life of significance, impact, and purpose.

Find Jim Online:

Life Apocalypse Website: https://www.lifeapoc.com

Personal Website: https://www.jimkukral.com

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimkukral

About Jim:

For 25-years Jim Kukral has been writing books (10), keynote speaking (150+), and building successful lifestyle businesses as a marketing entrepreneur. But the pandemic and a near-death diagnosis of colon cancer changed everything for Jim in 2020, so he threw away all his past success to start something completely different, a new brand called Life Apocalypse. As an almost fifty-year-old successful businessman, husband, and father of two, Jim realized that he needed to spend his remaining days on this planet helping people figure out how to live a life of significance, impact, and purpose.

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Jim Kukral2021-09-28T10:09:48-04:00
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DEBORAH OLATUNJI

EPISODE 116: Seeing Education Reform From the Lens of Generation Z

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Episode 116 features Deborah Olatunji who is a writer, award-winning poet, activist, public speaker, and the author of Unleashing Your Innovative Genius: High School Redesigned.

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Her Book: Unleashing Your Innovative Genius: High School Redesigned -> Link to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Unleashing-Your-Innovative-Genius-Redesigned/dp/164137375X

Website: www.deboraholatunji.com

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deborah-olatunji

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Deb_Olatunji

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deb_olatunji/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/deboraholatunji2020

Medium: https://medium.com/@kdeboraholatunji

About Deborah:

Deborah Olatunji is a writer, award-winning poet, activist, public speaker, and the author of Unleashing Your Innovative Genius: High School Redesigned. Deborah, a seventeen-year-old rising college freshman from New Castle, Delaware, is intensely passionate about being an igniter and catalytic force in the education system. As the founder of the Student Leadership Initiative Program (SLIP), she and her peers help other high school students to navigate their interests and passions through this mentorship-fueled social venture. It is a space where students can gather to share ideas, encourage and support one another, and tackle projects they believe will help and improve their communities. Deborah is also one of nine board members nationwide for a youth-driven, New York-based non-profit organization called GripTape; its mission is to provide youth decision-making control over what and how they learn and the resources to do so.

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Deborah Olatunji2020-08-05T07:40:26-04:00
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