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Hosted by Lisa Bilyeu, co-founder of the billion dollar company Quest Nutrition and President of Impact Theory, this show features women who have overcome incredible hardship to achieve massive success. Our mission is to empower you and all women to recognize that you really can become the hero of your own life. Welcome to Women of Impact.

Women of Impact Lisa Bilyeu

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Hosted by Lisa Bilyeu, co-founder of the billion dollar company Quest Nutrition and President of Impact Theory, this show features women who have overcome incredible hardship to achieve massive success. Our mission is to empower you and all women to recognize that you really can become the hero of your own life. Welcome to Women of Impact.

    Gabby Reece on How to Balance Your Career, Family and Relationships | Women of Impact

    Gabby Reece on How to Balance Your Career, Family and Relationships | Women of Impact

    Gabby Reece was declared one of the five most beautiful women in the world, and she could certainly have made a career out of modeling. But she decided that being pretty wasn’t exactly what she wanted to bring to the table. So she pursued what turned her on, volleyball, and eventually became one of the world’s most successful female athletes. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Gabby Reece talks about how hard it is to determine precisely what you want out of life, and how difficult it is to stay focused on getting it. But she also discusses learning to be vulnerable, shares stories about childhood, marriage and motherhood, and explains why she fulfills different roles in the home than she does in her career.
     
    Check out Gabby's new podcast: https://www.gabriellereece.com/category/the-gabby-reece-show/
     
    This episode is brought to you by:
    ITU. Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2
     
    SHOW NOTES:
    Gabby discusses leveraging her beauty to become more successful in athletics [2:50]
    Being pretty is not what Gabby wants to bring to the table [5:37]
    How do you balance being in the present with thinking about where you’ll be in the future? [7:37]
    Gabby talks about how hard it is to clearly define success and stay focused on it [9:20]
    Gabby shares the story of her childhood trauma and how she never fit in [11:30]
    Gabby discusses accepting what cannot be changed [13:19]
    “Input from your kids is like an ice pick to the eyeball.” [16:47]
    Gabby credits a lot of her success to fear [19:41]
    Nothing in life, even a 22-year long marriage, is guaranteed [22:09]
    Gabby tries to bring the athlete’s attitude of excellence to her relationships too [26:05]
    Gabby explains why she wants to be submissive in her home life [27:57]
    Real alpha males need to be compassionate and honorable [30:35]
    Lisa and Gabby discuss differences between women and men [35:30]
    Gabby talks about the need to figure out what you really want [40:05]
    Gabby discusses her attempts to become more vulnerable and more tender [42:22]
    You have to lose to win [44:54]
    Gabby shares her superpower [47:25]
     
    FOLLOW GABBY:
    WEBSITE: gabriellereece.com
    INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/38O3Wfd 
    FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2t8xZz2 
    TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2Rv811Y 

    • 50 min
    Be the Underdog | Dear Diary

    Be the Underdog | Dear Diary

    Host Lisa Bilyeu (@LisaBilyeu) reads a recent instagram about using an underdog mentality to motivate yourself.
     
    Follow Lisa on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2PjcS28
     
    Follow Women of Impact on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2PjcSPG

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    Natalie Ellis on Why You've Got to Narrow Your Focus | Women of Impact

    Natalie Ellis on Why You've Got to Narrow Your Focus | Women of Impact

    Natalie Ellis is not just the CEO of Boss Babe, she is the embodiment of being a boss babe in real life. But everyone, no matter how successful, can experience chronic health challenges and personal hardship. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Natalie Ellis talks about applying the same consistency and intention she uses in business to solving critical health issues and making a marriage work. She also discusses separating her personal life from her business life, talks about becoming more compassionate towards herself, and describes her hopes for a future family.
    This episode is brought to you by:
    ITU. Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2
    SHOW NOTES:
     
    Natalie explains exactly how she decides what to focus on [2:46]
    Natalie describes her process for setting realistic goals and building on them [5:00]
    Set milestones for success, and have harsh conversations with yourself if you miss them [6:54]
    How to be honest with yourself without denting your confidence [8:56]
    Natalie answers the question, “What is your why?” [10:28]
    What happens when your personal “why” comes into conflict with your business “why”? [11:04]
    Natalie and Lisa discuss dealing with guilt around having to say no to people [12:36]
    Natalie talks about wanting to start a family in the future [15:11]
    It was a real wake-up call for Natalie that she couldn’t completely control her health [16:28]
    Natalie describes the changes she made in order to become more compassionate [19:27]
    Natalie gives advice on how to manage stress while building a business [20:43]
    You have to be really intentional about what you’re doing [25:22]
    Natalie discusses the health challenges she faced when coming off of birth control [27:04]
    Natalie doesn’t credit any specific thing for her health improvement [29:29]
    Lisa talks about her own health struggles as a result of ending birth control use [30:40]
    Natalie explains how she separates her personal life from work [32:40]
    Natalie never works week-ends [37:36]
    Natalie shares her superpower [39:40]
     
    FOLLOW NATALIE:
     
    WEBSITE: https://bossbabe.com
    INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2Rct9tJ 
    FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2G9FYyq 
    TWITTER: https://bit.ly/38uIUBQ 

    • 42 min
    Celebrate Small Wins | Dear Diary

    Celebrate Small Wins | Dear Diary

    Host Lisa Bilyeu (@LisaBilyeu) reads a recent instagram about why she's proud and horrified that Women of Impact just hit 100k on YouTube.
     
    Follow Lisa on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2PjcS28
     
    Follow Women of Impact on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2PjcSPG

    • 2 min
    If You Struggle with Weight or Dieting, You Need to Listen to This | Women of Impact Health Panel

    If You Struggle with Weight or Dieting, You Need to Listen to This | Women of Impact Health Panel

    Words like self-love, wellness, and health are thrown around so often, but rarely do people delve into how complex those big ideas are. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, a panel of nutrition and fitness experts discusses both their own personal experiences and the ways they have coached other people to better health and self-acceptance. Beth Manos-Brickey, Jen Cohen and Heidi Powell share their stories of dealing with eating disorders, chronic illness and body shame. Along the way they discuss the necessity of taking small steps, sticking to your plan, the difference between trust and control, and learning how to change your own self-talk about food and your body.
    This episode is brought to you by:
    Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2
    SHOW NOTES:
     
    “Not everyone can be skinny, but everyone can be strong.” [3:47]
    Heidi recommends always asking why you are chasing a fitness goal [6:18]
    The goal of loving yourself is too broad, and people need to get specific [9:12]
    Beth talks about self-acceptance instead of self-love [9:46]
    Lisa and Heidi discuss the need for supporters and super-friends [11:22]
    Heidi explains when she decides to cut people out of her life [14:48]
    Heidi details exactly how she learned to ignore other people’s opinions [15:28]
    It’s not true that if you have an eating disorder you will always have it [19:43]
    Beth and Lisa discuss trust versus control, and Beth advocates taking baby steps [21:26]
    Jen strongly advocates not switching your plans constantly [26:23]
    Beth recommends refusing to identify with the labels applied to your diet [27:01]
    Deprivation is not the name of the game [30:21]
    Lisa talks about how her identity around food has changed [33:02]
    The stories we tell ourselves have nothing to do with what other people see [35:23]
    Beth discusses the dangers of trying to manage emotions with food [36:54]
    Jen advocates really knowing your personality type [39:24]
    Give yourself permission to avoid shame [40:33]
    Everyone shares their superpower [42:36]
     
    FOLLOW BETH: https://bit.ly/2Tuj6BX 
    FOLLOW JEN: https://bit.ly/35SSuNx 
    FOLLOW HEIDI: https://bit.ly/35Vwstg 

    • 46 min
    Take the Chance | Dear Diary

    Take the Chance | Dear Diary

    Host Lisa Bilyeu (@LisaBilyeu) reads a recent instagram about taking a chance and changing everything about her life when she married Tom.
     
    Follow Lisa on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2PjcS28
     
    Follow Women of Impact on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2PjcSPG

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daniellliiisss33 ,

Best of the best

I have to say I am in love with Lisa :)
She’s so powerful, sweet, straight and she gets to the point looking to do a change in the world. She knows how to transmit things and the guests are carefully chosen!!!

I am so so glad I jumped into this amazing woman and I can enjoy everything she’s doing for the community for free !!!

Hope that more and more people discover it !!!

Best wishes for all the team and thank you for sharing with us :)

Huge hug for all,

Daniela

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