Off The Blocks with Michael Klim (Tokyo Olympics Review) Ep 14
Off The Blocks Swimming Podcast
Season 4 Ep 14, One of Australia's greatest ever Olympians Michael Klim and I go through all the action from the pool over in Tokyo last week at the Olympic Games We discuss is Caeleb Dressell the new Michael Phelps, Emma McKeons dominance, What other sports from these games has caught Klimmy's eye, Brisbane 2032 and what that means for swimming in Australia, and some of his favourite head to head races over what was an historic week of swimming in Tokyo. All that and a whole lot more.
3.21: Sink or Swim... ft. Michael Klim [ Celebrity Fan Episode ]
A hugely disappointing loss has the St Kilda Football Club on the back foot in the race for the 2021 AFL Finals once again.With the 2020 Tokyo Olympics finally upon us, we chat with 6-time Olympic medallist (2x Olympic Gold medallist), Michael Klim, about his Saints fandom and St Kilda FC journey and Olympic swimming experiences.Catch all our video interviews on the Unpluggered YouTube page: don't forget to subscribe, rate and review Unpluggered wherever you listen or watch, and make sure to follow the lads on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to stay connected with the podcast.Guest and sponsorship opportunities: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode, I speak with the awesome Michael Klim. Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and 3 Olympian and multiple World Champion.We talk about his journey into swimming, how he then made his way into the Australian swim team, one of the worlds most dominating sporting teams at the time, what it was like managing the build-up for the Olympics, managing expectations, how to manage yourself under pressure, breaking world records, plus things such as his experience with yoga and meditation and how all his skills in the world of sport have helped him in his business life now with Milk & Co.Follow Michael on InstagramThis episode is sponsored by Sport YogiFor Athletes that want to Breathe, Think and Move Better...The Sport Yogi app is now available.Download atiOSAndroidVisit sportyogi.com for moreConnect with Lewis at:Instagram: @lewishatchettFor more on the podcast visit www.lewishatchett.com/podcast
Michael Klim is an Australian sporting icon. He has competed at the highest level and claimed two incredible gold medals in the pool at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. So dive in the deep end as Klimy details how mental toughness was paramount to his success and relive that infamous 4x100m freestyle relay. Join Mac & JA as we smash guitars with one of the best!Thank you for listening to the show. Please don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and leave us a review!
Finding Purpose beyond your passions with Michael Klim
When radical change lies ahead, how do you draw upon Purpose to help you answer the question; ‘What’s next?’ When Olympic gold medalist Michael Klim hung up his speedos in 2007 and retired from professional swimming, he did exactly that, channelling his passions into a purpose-led entrepreneurial career. This week, Michael joins Ben Bars to discuss the lessons he took from the pool to the boardroom, the changes in store for the next generation of athletes and innovators and ‘what’s next?’ for his career. Conversation highlights (Show notes)The impacts of the last year on Michael, his family and his home in BaliThe logistics (and the importance) of the impending OlympicsResponding to change and uncertainty as an athleteTransitioning from sportsman to managing a businessThe unseen teamwork behind sports and businessFinding your purpose beyond retirement from sport Marketing: From face of the product to brains behind the productMichael’s biggest learning from the business worldInnovation through product vs innovation through processMichael’s leadership style (through his team’s eyes)‘Mastering’ Sleep, nutrition, exercise and mindfulnessThe societal impacts on the next generation of athletesThe impact of globalisation on competitiveness and personal growthThe future of Health and WellnessWhat advice would Michael give his 1990 self?What’s one thing Michael would like to learn in 2021? Keen for more?More and more organisations are recognising the importance of a consciously designed purpose. But simply having a purpose is not enough. For organisations looking to form a meaningful connection with their people and their audience, living your Purpose is key.Find out more about the We Are Unity approach to purpose on our blog, or start a conversation with us at email@example.com Join The Community - our email monthly update on the world of People & Culture including our thought leadership, case studies, research reports and the latest episode of Catalyst Conversations. Please rate review and subscribe to the podcast so we can continue to reach as many people as possible with our inspiring guests. Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/weareunity
16. Michael Klim - Competitive Spirit, Learning Agility and Running a Global Skin Care Business
NAB Business Fit
Michael Klim is a three-time Olympian, businessman, public personality and motivational speaker who has established himself as one of Australia’s most versatile entrepreneurs and innovative thinkers. Michael’s 17-year swimming career saw him receive a total of six Olympic medals, break multiple world records and collect the title of World Swimmer of the Year. He spends his time between Bali and Australia, drawing on his professional experience as a World Champion to drive the success of his entrepreneurial ventures, including global skincare brand MILK & Co and Klim Swim swimming schools.Michael is also dedicated to his philanthropic endeavours, continuing to raise awareness and support for charity affiliations including Brainwave, an organisation providing practical assistance and emotional support to children with neurological conditions and the Polished Man Campaign, which encourages everyone to take a stand and actively commit to ending violence against childrenAnd if you feel you need a nudge to get your body moving and adopt a healthier lifestyle, check out Michael’s Instagram account where he provides doses of inspiration on a regular basis.Follow Michael on InstagramFind out more about Milk & CoGo to NAB Business Fit for moreFollow Andrew MayFollow StriveStrongerIf you enjoy the podcast, we would really appreciate you leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Play. It takes less than 60 seconds and really helps us build our audience and continue to provide high quality guests.
On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Michael Klim
On My Day with Nat Cook
On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relivedproduced by m4mSeason 2:Episode #6September 21st 2020Michael Klim - Doing his best for his teammates, and for Australia, is what makes Michael Klim swim his fastest. No wonder, then, that he broke records and ‘smashed ‘em like guitars’ to take home two gold medals with the men’s relay teams in 2000! Michael tells Nat how he was surfing Bondi at sunset and heard the crowd “going bananas” for her & Kerri’s win! And some of the coolest things that have happened to him since: including meeting Muhammed Ali, having dinner with the Queen and seeing himself on the cover of a Foo Fighters album!Celebrate and WIN!To celebrate the magic of #SydneyRelived, 20 years on, we have a swag of prizes up for grabs! Fill in the form and answer the daily question to go into the draw to win one of 12 prizes including:3 x Royal Australian Mint 2020 Australian Olympic Team Coin, signed by beach volleyball star Taliqua Clancy3 x pairs of Ace Optics performance sunglasses3 x Boxing Kangaroo plush toys 3 x signed copies of Laurie Lawrence’s book Stuff the Silver, We’re Going for Gold You can also follow the On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relived playlist on Spotify which has songs from every Athlete they use to pump themselves up and get them ready for their gold medal performance! Click Here!SPECIAL FEATURE:At the end of every episode is a special song that was recorded by Marcia Hines and performed exclusively to the Australian Olympic team at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. This song has never been heard before outside of the Olympic Village and it is with great pleasure that we share this song with you with a big thanks to Marcia herself and her manager Peter Rix! Pump up the sound to RISE UP as the journey's just begun!Follow Nat & Michael:Michael Klimhttps://www.instagram.com/michaelklim1/https://www.facebook.com/MichaelKlimAus Nat Cookhttps://www.facebook.com/NatalieCookOAMOLY/https://www.instagram.com/natcook_official/Produced by m4mCREDITS:HostNatalie CookProducersRebecca Pini - m4mAmanda Goddard - m4mSound Engineer & Audio MasteringKaleb Pini -m4mProduction AssistantLauren McDonald - m4m
Environment Is Medicine - Daily Rituals of a Dual Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Klim
Selfcare Daily Rituals with Rory Callaghan
Michael George Klim, OAM (born 13 August 1977) is a Polish-born Australian swimmer, Olympic gold medallist, world champion, and former world record-holder and is now the owner and founder of Milk and Co Show Notes: - Michaels story 1:30 - Passion for Swimming - Olympic daily rituals - Mental fortitude - How it felt to win gold 17:40 - Past swimming 22:40 - Health challenges - Michaels Daily rituals 30:30 - A message to men Links: https://milkandco.com.au/ Rory: Website: www.selfcare.global Linktree: @rorykc Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rorykochcallaghan/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rorykc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rorykc Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RoryCallaghanLive Podcast: https://anchor.fm/selfcareglobal Acoustic/Folk Instrumental by Hyde - Free Instrumentals https://soundcloud.com/davidhydemusic Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/acoustic-folk-instrumental Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/YKdXVnaHfo8
On today's show I'm joined by Olympic Gold Medalist, Entrepreneur and my great friend Michael Klim, to talk all things Men's Health.@michaelklim1Use the codefor 50% off Klim Products athttps://milkandco.com.au/ 'KLIMMHW50' www.dannykennedyfitness.com/programs@djkfitnessSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.