Episode 42: Andrew Marshall -- Essayist, Poet, Painter, and Fine-Art Photographer
Almost There Adventure Podcast
On this episode: kilts, pet portraiture, Giardia, and the Colorado Trail. We’re talking with Andrew Marshall, managing editor of Backpacking Light, co-founder of backpackingroutes.com, essayist, poet, painter, fine-art photographer who also hikes.Show Notes00:45 – Introducing Andrew Marshall 01:47 – Co-founding BackpackingRoutes.com 8:15 – How Andrew got started painting 10:20 – What camera does Andrew shoot with? 12:30 – BackpackingLight.com and Andrew’s role 14:00 – A single-speed bikepacking trip 19:00 – Getting started hiking and backpacking 22:30 – Hiking the Appalachian Trail southbound 23:44 – Wearing a hiking kilt on the AT 28:15 – “Imposter Syndrome” in the hiking community 31:30 – Pet portraiture 33:00 – Managing many different passions on a day-to-day basis 36:30 – Hiking the Colorado Trail (and getting Giardia) 44:40 – Is the post-pandemic hiking boom temporary or permanent? 48:00 – Depression and the benefits of getting outdoors 55:45 – Adventure plans for this summerMentioned in this Showbackpackingroutes.com – a searchable database of backpacking trails backpackinglight.com BeFree water filtration bottleConnect with AndrewAndrew Marshall is the Managing Editor and Podcast Producer of Backpacking Light and the co-founder of Backpacking Routes. Andrew is an essayist, poet, painter, and fine-art photographer, with work regularly appearing in prestigious but low-paying national publications. He unashamedly drinks instant coffee when in the backcountry. You can find him on Instagram, Twitter, and at his website. Warning: social media content is mostly cat-related.Connect with us!Like Almost There on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/almostthereadventurepodcast/ Follow Almost There on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/almostthere_ap/ Send us a voice message! https://www.speakpipe.com/AlmostThere Our Co-hosts Jason Fitzpatrick – IG: @themuirproject Saveria Tilden – IG: @adventuruswomen web: AdventurUsWomen.com Jeff Hester – IG: @thesocalhiker web: SoCalHiker.net Theme song by Opus Orange. Courtesy of Emoto Music. The Almost There Adventure Podcast is a celebration of outdoor activities both local and epic. Discussing the big topics and talking to adventurers, artists, legends and activists within the outdoor community.
Andrew Marshall and Chase Hoskins join me for Episode 41. Chase was a guest in December on Episode 12. Since then we have been getting together often for retreats, ice baths, hanging at his pool, good convos and spiritual adventures. Andrew comes all the way from the U.K.. We met several years ago and reconnected recently in 2020 through Instagram sharing information about COVID-19, politics, religion, spirituality, consciousness etc. On this episode we talk about aliens, victimhood, the awakening, raising consciousness, Jesus Christ, and probably more im forgetting. I enjoy having these kind of conversations with my friends and I found it to be an enlightening one. With that said, grab a beverage of your choice and enjoy the show.
“How To Communicate Your Sexual Fantasies” with Andrew Marshall, Writer & Marital Therapist
Full show notes here: https://pleasyplaytalks.com/2021/04/28/how-to-communicate-your-sexual-fantasies-with-andrew-marshall-writer-marital-therapist/If you enjoyed this episode then please either: Subscribe, rate and review on Apple PodcastsFollow on SpotifyFind out more about Pleasy Play here: https://pleasyplay.comFollow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pleasyplayFollow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pleasyplayFollow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pleasyplay
Lone Wolf Podcast episode 3 - Andrew MarshallInstagram: @villain_strengthAndrew Marshall is: Fitness Professional with 20 years experienceCoach to ChampionsSelf Mastery Journeyman▬ Contents of this video ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬0:00 - Intro - This podcast is veiled Therapy01:40 - How Andrew became a FitPro03:30 - The development of Sports Coaching04:20 - The move away from London & beyond09:20 - Lost in a forest with Wolves in it10:00 - Fighting Wolves and Dogs13:30 - Eugen Sandow fights a lion17:00 - Shifting Mindsets - Growth Mindsets19:40 - Wage slavery & money as a resource23:37 - On Conquering25:22 - The treatment of messengers & 30028:16 - The power of reading vs screen time31:01 - Day to day life and business33:20 - Health attainment as a skill35:05 - Covid as a catalyst for progress40:13 - Online Coaching - programs are trash45:49 - Hypnotise me to look younger!50:15 - The Five Whys & Integrating parts54:18 - Food and our Generational bias55:59 - Hardship and Appreciation58:00 - Make addictive food Rare & Appropriate01:02:34 - Learning to pay attention to your body01:06:50 - The body is your vessel through life01:11:40 - Structuring a goal, making a plan01:16:48 - Working with the general population01:23:06 - Sacking clients01:24:20 - Understanding, execution & failure01:28:47 - Welcoming Discomfort & introspection01:35:58 - Be obsessed with process01:42:33 - Training with Purpose for efficiency01:55:10 - The power of walking01:58:27 - Sport instead of exercise02:02:20 - Choose a new sport and conquer02:04:42 - Advice for people02:13:51 - Getting in touch
The Networking Queen meets the Godfather of Sole this week, as Michelle Masters and Andrew Marshall join host Nick Brownlee on the Cumbria Business Podcast. Michelle is the powerhouse behind no fewer than five networking groups, including Carlisle Ambassadors, @CumbriaHour and the Small Business Support Group on Facebook, and has been responsible for bringing together hundreds of local businesses. Andrew runs the Cockermouth-based Strolling4Shoes chain, which has battled back from two disastrous floods to become a real retail success story. Together they discuss what it takes to bounce back from the brink, and how the support of the business community is helping Cumbria prepare for the day when lockdown ends. Follow us on Twitter @CumbriaBizPod or email firstname.lastname@example.org The Cumbria Business Podcast is a Paperfoot Production--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cumbria-business-podcast/message
Andrew Marshall: Billie Eilish, FINNEAS & Session Drumming - In Time #18
Andrew Marshall is a session drummer originally from New York now residing in LA. Having performed with multiple emerging talents, Andrew is most prominently known for being the go-to drummer for Billie Eilish and FINNEAS.On this week's podcast, we talk to Andrew about his career as a session drummer - drawing down on his wisdom through experience. Qualities of what makes a good session musician, the differences between playing for Billie Eilish & FINNEAS and much much more.Special thanks to Soundbrenner for supporting the podcast. We will now be featuring our podcasts as blogs on their website, please check them out!https://www.soundbrenner.com/blog/We have also launched our new website to feature our guests so far:https://www.InTimePodcast.com
#8 - Andrew Marshall on coaching, fitness and Crohn's disease
The Human Potential Project
In Episode #8 of The Health Club, BJ Rule speaks with coach Andrew Marshall. We discuss:Lessons learned from Andrew's 20-year career as a personal trainer, strength & conditioning coach and gym ownerAndrew's experience coaching everyone from general health enthusiasts to elite-level athletesAndrew's experience of fatherhoodAndrew's approach to overcoming Crohn's diseaseYou can find Andrew on Instagram @villain_strength. We hope you enjoy the conversation!
On today's episode, Trav sits down with none other than Andrew Marshall. From his move to Los Angeles to sharing the stage with multiple Grammy award winner Billie Eilish, Andrew shares his input on music, drums and his role on stage.
Leading Within a Bureaucracy | An Interview with Andrew Marshall
Leading Saints Podcast
Andrew Marshall served a mission in Portugal as well as a welfare service mission in Salt Lake City with his wife, Ariel. He is the Director of Leadership Development at the Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that strives for a more effective government for the American people. Andrew is also currently serving in the stake presidency of the Washington, D.C. stake.Highlights10:20 Effective leaders make a difference wherever they are15:15 You have to get close to an organization to really understand what it is doing on the individual level: bureaucracies are filled with individuals doing remarkable things20:15 Zooming out and remembering the principle of stewardship when working inside a bureaucracy22:50 Liz Wiseman's concept of Multipliers and Jim Collins' research into level five leaders: people working tirelessly but it's not about them; empowering others and getting out of their way24:40 Lao Tsu: When all is said and done, the people look around and think they did it all themselves; how much of your service is about you?26:20 Experience with the leadership transition after the sudden passing of a stake president28:20 Ward and branch councils need to see themselves as enterprise leaders across the system, working collectively; much of this comes from the facilitation habits of the leaders29:15 Becoming a facilitator: Ask questions instead of giving directions, listen instead of talking, think about the talents of the people in the room and how you can allow them to use them31:40 How much are you thinking about yourself or getting credit? You are the Lord's steward and the credit comes in that relationship34:10 Ego leads to a failure to listen; happiness is the extension of self, joy is the merger of self; holiness of heart protects from the ego37:30 If we serve as President Nelson has asked us to, there would be joy in every congregation39:30 Thinking about the why, the motivations of the individual members44:35 Stewardship is taking care of the things with which we are blessed from God45:40 "The passing through"47:50 The key characteristics of steward leaders include deep humility and fierce will: study the Savior's leadership49:50 Spend some time studying the handbook section on leadership (4.2)52:40 Getting out of the programs and activities to create generational impact54:10 Key behaviors of leaders who practice good stewardship: watch President Nelson's leadership practices; "the cause" as a constant north starLinksThe Partnership for Public ServicePublic service leadership modelLiz Wiseman podcasts at Leading SaintsKahlil Gibran poem: On Children