Namibia with Liz Warner: running with a sense of purpose, navigating a quarter life crisis, and finding a new direction
The Trip That Changed Me
Avid traveler and distance runner Liz Warner was on honeymoon in Namibia when she came up with the idea for Run to Reach – a global journey that would involve running 30 marathons in 30 different countries before her 30th birthday – all in support of women-focused NGOs around the world. Run to Reach went on to raise over 50,000 dollars, and would take her from the dense jungles of Sierra Leone to the central highlands of Afghanistan. Liz would wear out six pairs of running sneakers, burn 156,000 calories, spend the night in 64 different places and encounter infinite acts of kindness along the way.In this episode, Liz and Esme discuss running and traveling as a way to process grief (Liz ran her first marathon in Tokyo shortly after her father passed away), her deep love for Afghanistan, why travel is and will always be the best form of education and her victorious pivot after the pandemic canceled her final two races.Liz is the host of From Her View Podcast and founder of Run To Reach. Follow her journey on Instagram @runtoreach.Learn more about Full-Time Travel by visiting https://www.fulltimetravel.co/ and follow us on Instagram @full_time_travel. Be sure to rate, review, and follow so that you don’t miss out on travel tips, inspiration, and your potential next adventure!
TTB 147: 30 Marathons in 30 Countries with Liz Warner
The Travelers Blueprint
Liz Warner turned to running almost 8 years ago while living in Tokyo as a way of grappling with her father’s recent passing. Soon after, she decided to combine her new love of running with her passion for travel and deep, deliberate exploration of other cultures. In early 2019, Liz launched Run to Reach, an 18-month philanthropic marathon expedition with the goal of running 30 marathons in 30 countries before turning 30 in June of 2020. Instrumental to Liz’s mission was her desire to leave a positive social impact on the countries she visits, one equal to their impact on her. Over the course of her mission, she partnered with 20 local women-focused NGOs across the world, whose tireless work for female empowerment and social activism often goes unnoticed. The Run to Reach journey brought Liz everywhere from the dense jungles of Sierra Leone, to glacial lakes in Mongolia, to turquoise waters in Yemen, to the central highlands of Afghanistan to undertake some of the world’s toughest marathons. With each step, she engaged in the rich and diverse cultures of these extraordinary communities and highlighted on a global scale their natural beauty and inspiring initiatives for equality.Learn More About Our Guest:firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram @runtoreachFrom Her View podcastPLEASE DONATE: https://www.gofundme.com/f/run-to-reachThe Travelers Blueprint is more than just a podcast with consulting services that allow you to Become Your Own Travel Agent!Take a moment to rate us! Screenshot your review, email us the screenshot with your name and address and we will send you a FREE travel sticker! TheTravelersBlueprint@gmail.comFREE Travel Cheat Sheet! Just sign up for all the latest TTB news and guest information at www.thetravelersblueprint.comFor Travel Consulting Services w/ Bob: https://thetravelersblueprint.com/travel-consultingOur Private Community on Facebook is a great way to have your travel questions be heard and speak directly to us. Join here: The Travelers Blueprint CommunityFor less than a cup of coffee you can be a major supporter of our time and efforts in producing this podcast. Please consider becoming a Patron by signing up here: https://www.patreon.com/join/thetravelersblueprintFollow Us on Social Media: Instagram - Facebook - Twitter - YouTubeThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacyChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Sage Colleague - Liz Warner on her passion for leading teams
Sage Thought Leadership Podcast
Liz Warner is currently a Partner Enablement Manager at Sage, focused on implementation and consultant enablement. Liz loves leading teams and is a proud self-proclaimed Operations Nerd – although she loves Strategy, too. Liz is originally from Montana and has a passion for national parks, travel, opera and astronomy. She currently works from her home office in Brooklyn, NY with her husband and two children.
Liz Warner on how to be an effective philanthropist
Impact Stories with Nick Kershaw
Liz Warner created her Run To Reach campaign to raise tens of thousands of dollars for women’s empowerment organizations across the globe as she raced 30 Marathons, in 30 Countries, before turning 30.This journey culminated in her finding herself in Yemen as the world shut down and needing to revisit how to finish this journey…she found the answer in creating a global virtual event that blasted her fundraising out of the water. Most of the time, you’ll hear interviews with Liz focus on the running - and we could have definitely chatted about running all day - but I wanted to delve into her journey in philanthropy. How to select the organisations to support. The mistakes she made, lessons she learnt along the way. And the emotional ups and downs of fundraising. Giving should be easy. Raising money for amazing people should be easy. And it can be. That’s exactly what this show is here to do - offer the insight, support and information to make your impact journey easier and more accessible.
Roger Eno & Brian Eno In Conversation w/ Liz Warner
To coincide with the opening of the Mixing Colors Installation at Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center in Los Angeles & the announcement of ‘A Quiet Scene: LA’ film project in collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon, dublab welcomes Brian Eno and Roger Eno to it’s airwaves for a special interview hosted by Liz Warner about the Mixing Colours + A Quiet Scene projects. Inspired by the Enos’ Mixing Colours project, the installation will feature 100+ short films to be shown daily at Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center in Los Angeles from 8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. (PST) from January 22 – February 21, 2021. The experience will transform Jerry Moss Plaza into a tranquil and meditative space. Visitors can enjoy the short films and ambient, soothing music from a safe outdoor location. This installation is free and open to the public. Masks and social distancing are required. A Quiet Scene: L.A. is a free film project and screening initiative that encourages professional and amateur filmmakers alike to create a short original film that is an authentic reflection of Los Angeles during current times. Each short film should use one of the seven tracks featured on Roger and Brian Eno’s Luminous EP as its soundtrack and will be evaluated based on interpretation of “a quiet scene,” interpretation of Los Angeles, and creativity and originality of the work. Production quality and value will also be taken into consideration. A Quiet Scene: L.A. provides a Los Angeles perspective to the highly successful 2020 public audio-visual project—A Quiet Scene—created by Deutsche Grammophon and the Eno brothers in 2020 in support of their Mixing Colours album; this program featured short scenes shot by people from their newly found confined spaces at home in the first wave of the global pandemic. The competition/screening project is presented by The Music Center, Los Angeles’ performing arts center, and dublab, a community supported radio station based on Los Angeles, and in collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon. For those who are unable to see the installation in person, Join dublab and The Music Center for a special 72-hour livestream of Brian and Roger Enos’ A Quiet Scene global video collaboration from the comfort of your own home, starting on Friday, January 22,2001,at noon (PST). Access the stream at https://youtu.be/5hLcrRiTnkQ or https://youtu.be/bE4anZeU3LU Learn more: www.musiccenter.org⠀⠀ www.mixing-colours.com ⠀⠀ Thank you to Brian and Roger Eno, as well as to our collaborators at The Music Center, Deutsche Grammophon, and Universal Music Enterprises, for making this very special installation possible. About Liz Warner: Liz Warner is a radio host and producer, DJ, voice actor and music journalist based in Los Angeles. Liz first took to the airwaves in Detroit in 1995. Over 12 years and thousands of radio hours, she provided a platform for deep music and arts exploration. Liz has a long history of interviewing both established and emerging artists of many forms – including musicians, performance and visual artists, authors, filmmakers and more – for not only radio but for print and stage. Hear Liz with “Alternate Take” monthly on dublab. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-inconversation/support
In this very special episode Rima talks to Liz Warner, founder of Run to Reach, who has recently finished running 30 marathons before she turned 30! This episode is all about thinking big, and how the journey to your goals can do more for you than the goal itself. Liz shares her amazing journey and gives us plenty to think about and absorb as we head into 2021. Topics Covered in this Episode: Why and how Liz chose to run 30 marathons before turning 30 How you can take your desires (change the world, get out of your comfort zone) and your passions (running, travel) - and use them to change your life and the lives of others What Liz wanted the goal to do for her What a supportive relationship looks like when you’re at opposite ends of the earth Organising virtual marathons in the pandemic - and never giving up How doing a marathon in Afghanistan changed Liz’s preconceptions about the women she met What advice does 30 year old Liz have for 20 year old Liz? “I had no idea of what I was doing, I had no idea how to fundraise, I had no idea how to put together a campaign… I felt like I jumped off a cliff and I had no idea what I was doing, but I think going forward, I’m actually less afraid of jumping off the cliff” Find out more and get involved with Run to Reach here: http://runtoreach.com/ Find Liz on social media here: https://www.instagram.com/runtoreach/ Follow Rima on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rimanouricoaching/ And on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rimaelegantalchemy Book a free ‘Bonjour’ Session: https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=12281136&appointmentType=11692630
#32. Liz Warner - Run To Reach | Running Marathons in 'obscure' places to change the world
I Run Things
Run to Reach is Liz Warner's personal and international fundraising effort to support global communities by completing 30 marathons in 30 countries before turning 30. In this episode she shares what ignited the sparkle to start this unbelievable challenge, which communities she helped, and how this project changed her. If you want to learn more about Liz and the Run To Reach project, visit her site http://runtoreach.com/ or message her on Instagram @runtoreachSubscribe to the IRUNTHINGS youtube channel https://youtube.com/irunthings?sub_confirmation=1 Lifespan Treadmills https://lifespan-fitness.e9ppfh.net/NZBkV ✅ MORE FROM I RUN THINGS Instagram https://www.instagram.com/realIRunthings YouTube https://www.youtube.com/irunthings Twitter https://www.twitter.com/realirunthings Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/irunthingscommunity email email@example.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/irunthings/message
30 Marathons 30 Countries by Age 30 with Runner/Explorer Liz Warner #195
Work Life Play with Aaron McHugh
Liz Warner completed her goal during the pandemic on June 8th, 2020, her 30th birthday. Thirty marathons, in thirty countries by age thirty-that, was her quest. Here’s her story of navigating setbacks along the road of illuminating that each of us can contribute to the ongoing play.
There are many different ways to be an advocate and support causes you believe in. For Liz Warner, an American in Paris, her advocacy goes hand in hand with her passion for running. She’s the founder of Run to Reach, a fundraising campaign that involved running marathons around the world to raise money for women’s organizations in local communities. Beyond the initial mission, the project aims to empower every runner to influence change by connecting locally with the places they run. On this episode, Liz talks about the catalyst for Run to Reach, where she ran, and where she runs in Paris-- in the moments she isn’t on the road.Mentioned in this episode: Run to Reach: http://runtoreach.com/Beirut explosion: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/09/09/world/middleeast/beirut-explosion.htmlAbout the women's organizations: http://runtoreach.com/organizations/Liz on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/runtoreach/
In this conversation the tables are turned, Liz Warner @runtoreach guest from episode #14 hosts the show and interviews me. We discuss my running journey the highs and lows of my journey from a 4:55 to 3:00:19 marathon Why I stopped running for 4 years Managing the early part of CV19 Boston 2018 Mental training for running Training goals I get asked my final questions--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marcus-brown9/support