This episode is all about how to stop tying your motivation to external events, people, or situations, and instead, find intrinsic motivation.
Whether you’re dealing with a physical injury, mental block, or setback, here are 5 tips or steps that may help you trust your body and mind again as you return to sport, work, life, or the original activity.
On today’s episode Natalie shares 5 tools / tips to build motivation in the short term which will help you gain momentum towards being disciplined and making those “hard things” a habit and routine.
Charles is an incredible speaker who was once the 6th fastest man on Earth until a 99% tear of his quad sent him packing his bags to move back home to live with his mom, unsure of what life would look like next. He went from feeling like he went from the top of the world to the bottom, to reframing that perspective and starting to share his story and help others through that journey.
As entrepreneurs, athletes, and doers, we have a lot of #motivation to hustle and work hard. We all have big ambitions and strong work ethics to boot, however, we often let this push us past our limits without noticing until it’s too late. #Burnout is something that affects us all, and is not something to […]
Jenna Blasman is one of my best friends, a 2014 Olympian, and member of the Canadian National Slopestyle Snowboard Team. In this Episode, Jenna joins Natalie to discuss snowboarding, the misconceptions of being a “pro” athlete/Olympian, and what a season looks like for her. @jennabeaann Natalie Allport is a former national team snowboarder, CrossFit athlete, […]
Natalie Allport is an entrepreneur, athlete, and former national team snowboarder. Years spent traveling the globe balancing athletic and business aspirations, Natalie knows what it means to be ‘All In.’ In All In, Natalie interviews top athletes, entrepreneurs, and influencers, with the goal of inspiring motivated individuals to take action in their own lives. Whether […]