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Ep.14 - Power of Short Term Goals - Meryl Davis

My Dream BIG Club Podcast

What does it take to be successful in life and as an entrepreneur? This is a question that seems to be asked continually. Where this can be answered in many different ways, it is important to remember to find happiness while achieving your success. Meryl Davis enlightens us that having a reference point, creating short-term goals and having an accountability partner was her key to winning an Olympic Gold Medal.This episode will give you insight on how checking in with yourself will ultimately lead to success every time.Like what you hear?Please write a review and subscribe to our podcast:Google, Apple, Spotify, or the podcast app you use.Guest: Meryl Davis - instagram.com/meryledavisHost: Seun Phillips - instagram.com/mydreambigclub

47mins

4 Aug 2020

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Adam Rippon with Meryl Davis on advice, LGBTQ+ issues, and becoming an icon

Olympic Channel Podcast

Two figure skating legends on one Olympic Channel Podcast. From his tough times in his coach’s basement to becoming a cultural icon, Olympic champion Meryl Davis speaks to her friend and USA teammate Adam Rippon about his epic life story.LINKS:Meryl Davis on InstagramAdam Rippon on InstagramEd Knowles on TwitterOlympic Channel on InstagramMirai Nagasu episode

29mins

16 Oct 2019

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058 Meryl Davis | Olympics to Classroom

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Check out the full podcasts on my website! http://www.andrewdeast.com/podcastMeryl Davis is an American ice dancer whom many of you likely recognize from the numerous accolades she's accrued over the past 10+ years with her partner Charlie White. Davis and White teamed up in 1997 and they are currently the longest lasting dance team in the United States. They are the 2014 Olympic champions, the 2010 Olympic silver medalists, two-time World champions, and six-time U.S. national champions. (And that's just to name a few). She now attends the University of Michigan, where she is majoring in cultural anthropology, and studying Italian. Meryl is also a part of UNICEF Kid Power as a brand ambassador. It was such a pleasure to sit down with the legend that is, Meryl Davis, to talk about her career. Meryl chats with me about where she's at now and the different re-directions in her life. Tune in to see where the transitions have led her to today.Also be sure to check out Himalaya!!!- the best podcasting app around. Download their app and give me a follow!Connect with Meryl: Instagram:@meryledavisTwitter:@Meryl_DavisConnect with Andrew:Instagram@andrewdeastTwitter@andrewdeastYoutube@AndrewEastFacebook@AndrewDEast

48mins

7 Oct 2019

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Meryl Davis | gold medal ice dancer and mirrored ball winner on DWTS

The Travel Wins

Meryl Davis is my guest on today’s podcast. Meryl skated to Olympic gold in ice dancing in 2014 and won the coveted mirrored ball on Dancing With The Stars. Since that time she has continued her education at the University of Michigan in cultural anthropology, got married in France, skated professionally around the world and she is empowering girls thru various philanthropic endeavors. I was excited to spend some time talking with Meryl about her travels around the world and her perspective of different cultures. #meryldavis #olympics #olympian #goldmedal #dwts #dancingwiththestars #mirrorball #detroit #michigan #universityofmichigan #sochi #iceskate #iceskating #icedancing #icedance #icedancer #anthropology #business #businesstravel #traveler #podcast #businesspodcast #travelpodcast #podcasting #thetravelwins Meryl Bio When Meryl first fell in love with figure skating on a frozen lake by her childhood home outside of Detroit, Michigan, she had no idea the journey she was about to embark on. Teaming up with partner, Charlie White at the young age of nine, Meryl and Charlie began their quest together. Neither knowing much about the discipline of ice-dance, the team was driven by a passion for skating and the desire to learn, grow and see improvement from one day to the next. 20 years later, Meryl and Charlie are the reigning Olympic Champions and the first and only Americans to win the event. They’re also six-time U.S. Champions and 2-time World Champions, making them the most decorated U.S. ice dancers of all time. Immediately following their 2014 Olympic win in Sochi, Russia, Meryl and Charlie continued to dance into the hearts of Americans on season 18 of the hit TV show, Dancing with the Stars. With pro partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Meryl again came away with a win and the coveted Mirrorball trophy. Continuing their post-Olympic whirlwind, Meryl and Charlie now travel the world sharing their passion for skating with some of the most loved international skating tours, including Stars on Ice. With education always having been a priority for the pair, both are currently finishing up degrees at the University of Michigan while exploring other passions and interests. For Meryl, the journey to becoming an Olympic Champion was filled with challenges and opportunities that allowed her to find strength and confidence. As such, Meryl now seeks to empower girls and young women through her multiple philanthropic endeavors. Most prominently, Meryl is proud to be a Founding Co-Chair of Figure Skating in Detroit, a youth development organization that empowers girls to develop life skills through the sport of figure skating with a heavy emphasis on education. Meryl is also on the Advisory Panel of the Women’s Sports Foundation, a UNICEF Kid Power Champion, and Classroom Champions Athlete. When not at home with her family in Birmingham, Michigan Meryl most loves sharing her story and experiences in the hopes of inspiring others to follow their dreams.

24mins

16 Sep 2019

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Meryl Davis | gold medal ice dancer and mirrored ball winner on DWTS

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Meryl Davis is my guest on today’s podcast. Meryl skated to Olympic gold in ice dancing in 2014 and won the coveted mirrored ball on Dancing With The Stars. Since that time she has continued her education at the University of Michigan in cultural anthropology, got married in France, skated professionally around the world and she is empowering girls thru various philanthropic endeavors. I was excited to spend some time talking with Meryl about her travels around the world and her perspective of different cultures.Meryl BioWhen Meryl first fell in love with figure skating on a frozen lake by her childhood home outside of Detroit, Michigan, she had no idea the journey she was about to embark on. Teaming up with partner, Charlie White at the young age of nine, Meryl and Charlie began their quest together. Neither knowing much about the discipline of ice-dance, the team was driven by a passion for skating and the desire to learn, grow and see improvement from one day to the next. 20 years later, Meryl and Charlie are the reigning Olympic Champions and the first and only Americans to win the event. They’re also six-time U.S. Champions and 2-time World Champions, making them the most decorated U.S. ice dancers of all time. Immediately following their 2014 Olympic win in Sochi, Russia, Meryl and Charlie continued to dance into the hearts of Americans on season 18 of the hit TV show, Dancing with the Stars. With pro partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Meryl again came away with a win and the coveted Mirrorball trophy. Continuing their post-Olympic whirlwind, Meryl and Charlie now travel the world sharing their passion for skating with some of the most loved international skating tours, including Stars on Ice. With education always having been a priority for the pair, both are currently finishing up degrees at the University of Michigan while exploring other passions and interests. For Meryl, the journey to becoming an Olympic Champion was filled with challenges and opportunities that allowed her to find strength and confidence. As such, Meryl now seeks to empower girls and young women through her multiple philanthropic endeavors. Most prominently, Meryl is proud to be a Founding Co-Chair of Figure Skating in Detroit, a youth development organization that empowers girls to develop life skills through the sport of figure skating with a heavy emphasis on education. Meryl is also on the Advisory Panel of the Women’s Sports Foundation, a UNICEF Kid Power Champion, and Classroom Champions Athlete. When not at home with her family in Birmingham, Michigan Meryl most loves sharing her story and experiences in the hopes of inspiring others to follow their dreams.

24mins

16 Sep 2019

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Meryl Davis on World Championships, Hanyu and Medvedeva

Olympic Channel Podcast

The ISU 2019 World Figure Skating Championships in Japan are upon us.Olympic champion figure skater Meryl Davis talks about what it’s like to compete at the top-level and gives her expert opinion on Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan and Evgenia Medvedeva of Russia.Plus, the Olympic Channel Podcast put Meryl on the spot to make some predictions about who will come out on top.Find out how to SUBSCRIBE Meryl Davis on Instagram Scott Bregman on Twitter Ed Knowles on Twitter

22mins

20 Mar 2019

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Ep 146 - Meryl Davis

Be Better Today

Today’s quote comes from Olympic gold and silver medalist in ice dancing, Meryl Davis – “Just remember: to be grateful and thank the people who are there and support you along the way is a great start to success.” Put aside time each week to thank one person – with a phone call or a personal note, handwritten is always a nice touch - who is crucial to your life’s work. Now, let's get out there and #bebettertoday!

1min

24 Nov 2018

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The Weird Rules Of Olympic Figure Skating Costumes (Feat. Meryl Davis & Jackie Wong)

The Bustle Huddle

Bustle celebrates our favorite sport of the Winter Olympics — skating! We take a look back at all of our favorite '90s figure skaters (not just their drama!), we dissect the confusing rules surrounding Olympic skating costumes, and breakdown the best of figure skating movies. Oh, and btw... Jackie Wong of @rockerskating (who just happens to be bff with all the skaters in South Korea, no joke) and 2014 gold medalist Meryl Davis both stop by!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

31mins

20 Feb 2018

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Meryl Davis: The Inspiring Olympic Figure Skater Ep. 13

Ignite 2 Impact Podcast - Raise up and Inspire the Next Generation of Leaders

When Meryl first fell in love with figure skating on a frozen lake by her childhood home outside of Detroit, Michigan, she had no idea the journey she was about to embark on. Teaming up with partner, Charlie White at the young age of nine, Meryl and Charlie began their quest together. Neither knowing much about the discipline of ice-dance, the team was driven by a passion for skating and the desire to learn, grow and see improvement from one day to the next. 20 years later, Meryl and Charlie are the reigning Olympic Champions and the first and only Americans to win the event. They’re also six-time U.S. Champions and 2-time World Champions, making them the most decorated U.S. ice dancers of all time.             Immediately following their 2014 Olympic win in Sochi, Russia, Meryl and Charlie continued to dance into the hearts of Americans on season 18 of the hit TV show, Dancing with the Stars. With pro partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Meryl again came away with a win and the coveted Mirrorball trophy. Continuing their post-Olympic whirlwind, Meryl and Charlie now travel the world sharing their passion for skating with some of the most loved international skating tours, including Stars on Ice. With education always having been a priority for the pair, both are currently finishing up degrees at the University of Michigan while exploring other passions and interests. For Meryl, the journey to becoming an Olympic Champion was filled with challenges and opportunities that allowed her to find strength and confidence. As such, Meryl now seeks to empower girls and young women through her multiple philanthropic endeavors. Most prominently, Meryl is proud to be a Founding Co-Chair of Figure Skating in Detroit, a youth development organization that empowers girls to develop life skills through the sport of figure skating with a heavy emphasis on education. Meryl is also on the Advisory Panel of the Women’s Sports Foundation, a UNICEF Kid Power Champion and Classroom Champions Athlete. “Meryl is a great example of beauty, achievement and giving back to the community. That's what true leaders do,” said Denise Ilitch, CEO of Ilitch Enterprises, who is the Co-Chair, Champions Committee with Figure Skating in Detroit.  When not at home with her family in Birmingham, Michigan Meryl most loves sharing her story and experiences in the hopes of inspiring others to follow their dreams. For more information please visit www.MerylDavisAndCharlieWhite.com 

37mins

14 Oct 2017

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Brian Boitano/Meryl Davis

Ice Talk

1988 Olympic gold medalist Brian Boitano talks to host Nick McCarvel about how he got into cooking and mixology and explains his decision to come out four years ago. Then, another Olympic champion, Meryl Davis, joins the podcast to discuss a wide range of topics, from getting a new puppy to working toward finishing her college degree to helping launch Figure Skating in Detroit.

1hr 9mins

24 May 2017