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Christina Montalvo

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The Dark Similarities Between Business Coaching and The Fitness Industry with Christina Montalvo

Entrepreneurial Outlaws

On the newest episode of Entrepreneurial Outlaws Christina Montalvo and I sit down to talk about the similarities between the fitness industry and the business coaching industry. As someone who has also worked in both of these industries becasue both industries use the same marketing tactics, the same lies, and the same misconceptions. We also talk about our own business coaching experiences and what we can each do better as coaches, as mentors, as humans, as consumers, and ways in which we can make better decisions and also ask more questions. So grab yourself a drink, settle in for today's episode of Entrepreneurial Outlaws. Visit today's blog post here: https://melanieknights.com/podcast/The-Dark-Similarities-Between-Business-Coaching-and-The-Fitness-Industry-with-Christina-Montalvo 

1hr 19mins

6 May 2021

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Why It Is Time To Take Diet Culture Out of Nutrition Coaching w/ Christina Montalvo

Listen To Your Body Podcast

Diet culture sucks. The stories that we have been conditioned to believe about our worth, the patriarchy, white supremacy, and so much more all play into how we feel about movement, exercise, and our bodies. Instead of viewing your exercise routine as a way to manipulate your body, I challenge you to embrace the limitless other benefits of movement.  Key Takeaways If You Want To Embrace The Infinite Benefits of Movement and Exercise You Should: Work to unlearn what you have been taught to be true and stop focusing on body manipulation Embrace the positive aspects of movement and exercise that do not have to deal with weight loss Acknowledge the false ways that you have been defining your worthiness and work to shift your mindset towards something more positive Lean into the things you don’t know and unpack the beliefs you have for yourself Removing Diet Culture From Movement with Christina Montalvo Christina Montalvo is a great friend, coach, gym owner, and someone who has personally been fucked over by diet culture. She created a unique women’s only strength and conditioning gym that does not encourage fat or weight loss. Christina is here to challenge you to unlearn what you have taught to believe is true and start thinking more critically about the ways you move your body and the reasons behind it. Embracing the Infinite Benefits of Movement If you start out having expectations of fat and weight loss when going into a movement routine or working with a trainer, the chances of you feeling disappointed and getting stuck in a cycle of giving up are much higher. Instead of putting pressure around how and why you are moving your body, lean into all of the other benefits of movement and exercise that have nothing to do with weight loss. This can lead to a higher retention rate as a provider and a greater sense of accomplishment as a client.  Unlearning What You Have Been Taught To Believe Is True There is a good chance that if you choose to engage in movement solely to manipulate your body, there is a much deeper reason guiding your decision-making. By acknowledging the false ways that you have been defining worthiness, checking your privilege, and making yourself your first priority, you can frame your purpose in a nourishing way instead of ripping yourself down.  While it may be hard to unlearn how society has told you to engage with movement, it is only by leaning into the things you don’t know and unpacking the beliefs that you hold within yourself that you can truly start to embrace holistic movement and reject diet culture.  Have you ever experienced an inclusive space where the infinite benefits of exercise and movement are prioritized over weight loss and body manipulation? Share how you work to create that space for yourself and reject diet culture in the comments section of the episode page.  In This Episode The importance of separating movement for health and wellness sake from movement for body manipulation sake (8:12) Why associating movement and weight control or body manipulation is a problem (11:10) The role of social justice when dismantling patriarchal standards and diet culture (18:24) How to navigate the space between body autonomy and potentially harmful diet practices (23:38) Common themes that are signs of searching for something deeper than a surface physical transformation (27:02) Quotes “I think what’s harder than learning anything new is unlearning everything that we have always thought to be true.” (10:14) “The benefits of exercise and intentional movement are absolutely infinite, and it’s so crazy because I think that the benefits can be and are different for everyone.” (13:33) “In any case where you are solely operating or participating in something from a place of fear or shame, that is not healthy, that is inherently unhealthy, and that is such a detriment to the wellbeing of anyone.” (18:19) “Obviously a human can autonomously choose fat loss or weight loss, but there is a much deeper reason why they are choosing it.” (26:01) “Whenever we are engaging in intentional weight loss, everything else in our life becomes much more grayscale. We turn down the intensity and the importance of everything else in our life, and the most important and prevalent thing becomes our bodies, our food choices, our calorie burn, what we look like, what we weigh. And so in some ways, it is a really socially acceptable way to just ignore and pacify ourselves to all these deeper, much more real, much more powerful, much more impactful problems or areas of focus in our lives.” (28:46) Links Join the Tune In Membership Group Here What Is Intuitive Eating Free Training Series Follow Christina on Instagram Join the Listen To Your Body Newsletter Steph Gaudreau Website Check out the full show notes here! Follow Steph on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest I'd really love it if you would take 1 min and leave us a rating and review on iTunes!

40mins

17 Nov 2020

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Episode #105: Quit Counting Macros with Christina Montalvo

Quit Dieting for Good

Christina Montalvo is the founder of The Confidence Project. She’s a personal trainer and intuitive eating coach, with a course called Diet Culture Drop Out. Today, we focused on counting macros. Christina has a really interesting story about getting started in the wellness space, and how dramatically her approach has changed since those early days! To learn why you shouldn’t be counting macros, listen in today! (Plus, a few notes on why using your phone to tell you when to cook, workout, or go to sleep isn’t the greatest idea.) Reminder: You have two days left to leave a review of the podcast and get FREE access to my holiday workshop! This is a fun giveaway in honor of my 100th episode, and I’d be honored if you took part! Just leave your review and send me your screenshot. In November, I’ll send you your access to the workshop and feel amazing throughout the holidays! Anti-Diet Strength and Conditioning Christina started as fat loss coach! Since then, she’s realized her entire education was steeped on intentional weight loss. Being a personal trainer meant helping people lose fat….it just came with the territory. However, since then she’s pivoted. Now, she owns an all-women’s strength and conditioning gym outside of Chicago, where she’s an anti-diet strength and conditioning coach. Her first memory of her body being a “problem” was when she was 10 years old. That’s when she started dieting, which launched her disordered relationship to eating and food. It was never considered disordered by others however; instead, it was applauded as what she “should” do to maintain her lifestyle and weight. During these time, she tried pretty much every diet under the sun. When she found counting macros, she thought she had found “food freedom”, because she could eat anything she wanted. Christina noted there was nothing and no one to point out how disordered and unhealthy all of this was. It wasn’t until she was an adult that she was able to identify the fear-based, confirmation biased-based information that the diet (and nutrition) industry so often spread. Freedom in Counting Macros? During her honeymoon phase with counting macros, Christina thought she was living the dream of food freedom. However, that all came to a head as she realized it didn’t provide the freedom from diet culture that she had hoped for. The macro nutrient component to a food can be found in everything we eat. These are carbs, proteins, and fat. When you do macro-counting, you create a caloric deficit and then create a plan when you’re “allowed” a certain number of macros for each of the big three categories. Some people add fiber counting as well. If you’re into macro counting, you’re usually attached to a tracking app AND measuring and weighing everything. Serving sizes, number of ounces, and ratios of macros become all consuming! In Christina’s personal and professional experience, macro counting is limiting and based on control and restriction. You may be “allowed” to eat pizza….but as a result, you can’t eat almost anything else for the day (or are restricted to very few items). Macro Counting Wasn’t Worth It Christina would work hard in the gym, often doing two-a-days, and religiously track her macros. Eventually, she realized that for the amount of time and energy she was expending….the results weren’t that phenomenal. The celebration of losing .5 pounds, or of making incremental changes to her body, started to no longer make sense. As a result, she started thinking more deeply about her relationship with food and exercise. She started making changes in her own life and habit first. (At the time, she was teaching macro counting to clients as well!) She would find that when her clients would participate in healthy activities, nothing mattered to them if the scale didn’t change. Even when they were doing things that should feel really good in and of themselves….they weren’t enough when the focus was on losing weight. Christina also noted that professionals in the field, as well as clients, weren’t prioritizing or celebrating behaviors that felt good AND that were good (like getting sleep, enjoying moving your body, and living a life you can enjoy), unless they could directly attach them to losing weight. Tempted By Counting Macros? Christina notes that there is something to be said about relying on technology, like macro counting apps, to tell you what to feed your body. A previous client of Christina’s, who was macro counting at the time, broke her phone. She immediately spiraled, because she couldn’t make eating decisions without seeing the “green bar” or knowing how she was “supposed” to eat, based on her app. The idea that we need outside intervention and technology to tell us what food to eat is ridiculous. Humans are born knowing how to eat, sleep, and use the bathroom. We know how to read our bodies and understand what we need. Rather than relying on external voices (diet industry! apps!) to tell us about our own bodies….what if we tried listening to our bodies instead? I loved that Christina talked about this, because it is so important! A few weeks ago I talked about my own relationship with my phone. I think we can all learn a lot about how technology interacts with our bodies, and how we sometimes use it to override our own biological cues. Another issue? When you’re counting macros, sometimes you’re really hungry…and sometimes you’re “force feeding” yourself plain chicken breast in order to meet the requirements of your macro plan. Rather than listening to your actual body and the needs she is communicating….you end up relying on “rules”, restrictions, and often an app to tell you what you MUST consume. So many of us are SO attached to our screens: TV, smart phones, tablets, and more! If that’s you….be sure to listen in to this full episode! Tracking It All! Christina and I also discussed the current fad with tracking everything on smart watches. For instance, so many people track their daily step counts, and often 10,000 steps is the “goal”. As Christina notes, that step number is arbitrary. It doesn’t mean anything, and it isn’t special or accurate. However, many of us like to have yes/no, or right/wrong rules to follow. We like to think that when we hit a step number, burn a certain number of calories, or complete a certain sequence of events, we’ve done everything right! And we love being right, and feeling we’ve been doing the right thing…even if it isn’t ultimately serving us. Too often, people attach morality to fitness trackers. (Christina has a whole podcast episode on this HERE!) We think of ourselves as being “better” people when we do everything our trackers say we should be doing. However, the also means being unattached to our own volition. We end up stripped of our own power, following rules instead of listening to our bodies and following our own intuition. When you have a chance, remember to leave a 5 Star Review over on Apple so you can get FREE access to the holiday workshop!

39mins

29 Oct 2020

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MOTM #232: Doing the Thing with Christina Montalvo

Maestro on the Mic

Friends. I have the perfect guest on the podcast this week. Christina Montalvo is just like you and me—she wanted to do the thing, so she did it. She is resourceful, she is resilient, and she fits in just fine here.Christina started her personal training career in a big-box gym, working insane hours and never making the impact she wanted to make; she knew there had to be a better way. Fast forward one single car garage and a constant resolve to prove her naysayers wrong, now Christina owns the only woman-focused, body positive, strength and conditioning gym in the Chicago area. And not only that… she is a business coach for personal trainers looking to get out of the rat race, and hosts a podcast focused on health, business, and mindset.The one thing Christina wants you to know is that there is no difference between yourself and all the successful people you see. If you want what they have, you can have it. Put in the work, hone in on your own resiliency, and save yourself. No one else is going to do it for you.In This Episode You'll Hear:Who is Christina and what she doesBuilding and retaining clientsHow being a minority and a woman shapes Christina’s businessThe resolve to keep going and to prove people wrongVictory is sweeter when you have to fight for itNiche down—if you speak to everyone, you speak to no oneLeading with conviction in unprecedented timesWorking on your business, rather than in your businessWhen and what to delegateWho is Christina’s ideal clientThe future of personal trainingFail fasterCultivating confidence in yourselfNo one is any better or any different than youLinks & Resources For This Episode:Follow Christina on Instagram: @christina_montalvoCheck out Christina’s website: christinamontalvo.comListen to The Confidence Project PodcastThe post MOTM #232: Doing the Thing with Christina Montalvo appeared first on The Movement Maestro.

51mins

27 Jul 2020

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A Conversation Around White Privilege & Systemic Racism with Christina Montalvo

Room to Grow Podcast with Emily Gough

We need to make something very clear before we dive in: we are NOT anti-racism educators.   This is the second instalment in a series of episodes with myself and Christina around the topic of anti-racism, Black Lives Matter, and racial injustice. These episodes can be heavy, and we will potentially get some of this wrong but we need to have these hard conversations, and get it wrong while we continue to do the work we need to do as White Womxn. Today we talk about: White privilege; a continuation into this conversation, how it shows up for us, and what we are still learning about it. How the online coaching world is trying to link the idea of  "manifestation" to this movement, and why we're just a little more 'go fuck yourself' than we are 'love & light' when it comes to that idea. Breaking down microaggression; what it means, what it can look & sound like, and why white folk need to stop it. and so much more... Our only goal and hope, from doing these types of episodes is that we hopefully help you spark some conversations in your own life, as well as raise awareness to help you figure out some more things to Google learn about. We are not here to be the experts, but we ARE here to have the conversations and show up for the hardship. Are you ready? Get listening right away by clicking the link above! Let’s do this! Look for references from today’s episodes?  Find them all here: Episode 127: We Are Not Our Social Media Handles with Hafsa Rana of Happily Hafsa Episode 210: Black Lives Matter: Sparking a Conversation About Anti-Racism With Christina Montalvo Episode #24, Victim Mindset with Christina Montalvo Episode #43, The Art of Maintaining Friendships with Christina Montalvo Episode #79, How Your Money Mindset is Holding You Back From More Success with Christina Montalvo Episode #88, Save the Drama for Your Mama with Christina Montalvo Episode #98, Bridezilla: Our Unconventional Thoughts on Weddings & Showers with Christina Montalvo Episode #104, The Tall & Short of It: How Your Height Changes Your Experience in the World with Christina Montalvo Episode #112, Navigating Entrepreneurship: What Doesn’t Get Shared Publicly with Christina Montalvo Episode #124, Affair Aftermath & Holding Space for a Friend in Crisis with Christina Montalvo Questions?  Comments? Want to connect and chat about this episode? You can email me at info@emilygoughcoaching.com, or DM me over on Instagram @emilygoughcoach or Facebook at Emily Gough Coaching.  I would absolutely love to connect with you and thank you for listening in real life and here any takeaways you had from this or other episodes!.  It makes me day to see you listening to the podcast and fills me up with pure joy. Seriously.  See you on the ‘gram! If Instagram and Facebook aren’t your jam, send me a good old fashioned email!  info@emilygoughcoaching.com BRAND NEW EPISODES EVERY TUESDAY & THURSDAY Find Emily Online: Emily Gough Coaching Room to Grow Podcast Find Christina Online: Christina’s website The Confidence Project Podcast Iron Phoenix Strength Club outside Chicago, Illinois Instagram @christina_montalvo

45mins

9 Jul 2020

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Black Lives Matter: Sparking a Conversation Around Anti-Racism (with Christina Montalvo)

Room to Grow Podcast with Emily Gough

We need to make something very clear before we dive in: we are NOT anti-racism educators.   Today's episode is going to be a raw conversation around the Black Lives Matter movement, White Privilege, & the murder of George Floyd. It will be heavy, and we will potentially get some of this wrong but we need to have these hard conversations, and get it wrong while we continue to do the work we need to do as White Women. We're going to talk about: Why ‘Black Lives Matter’ and NOT ‘All lives Matter’ Being more than just a couch activist on Instagram Drawing line in the sand, standing up for injustice and what you're willing to lose when human lives are at stake. We hope that you are able to take something away from this episode, and it helps you to begin the journey of doing the work to actively practice Anti-Racism. Are you ready? Get listening right away  or if you’re more in the mood to read click here! Questions?  Comments? Want to connect and chat about this episode? You can email me at info@emilygoughcoaching.com, or DM me over on Instagram @emilygoughcoach or Facebook at Emily Gough Coaching.  I would absolutely love to connect with you and thank you for listening in real life and here any takeaways you had from this or other episodes!.  It makes me day to see you listening to the podcast and fills me up with pure joy. Seriously.  See you on the ‘gram! If Instagram and Facebook aren’t your jam, send me a good old fashioned email!  info@emilygoughcoaching.com Don’t forget I’ll be going live on Instagram & Facebook every weekday at 8am ET until the global pandemic / quarantine / isolation is over, whenever that may be. Come join me over there!! BRAND NEW EPISODES EVERY TUESDAY & THURSDAY Find Emily Online: Emily Gough Coaching Room to Grow Podcast Find Christina Online: Christina’s website The Confidence Project Podcast Iron Phoenix Strength Club outside Chicago, Illinois Instagram @christina_montalvo Access more episodes with Emily & Christina: Episode #24, Victim Mindset with Christina Montalvo Episode #43, The Art of Maintaining Friendships with Christina Montalvo Episode #79, How Your Money Mindset is Holding You Back From More Success with Christina Montalvo Episode #88, Save the Drama for Your Mama with Christina Montalvo Episode #98, Bridezilla: Our Unconventional Thoughts on Weddings & Showers with Christina Montalvo Episode #104, The Tall & Short of It: How Your Height Changes Your Experience in the World with Christina Montalvo Episode #112, Navigating Entrepreneurship: What Doesn’t Get Shared Publicly with Christina Montalvo Episode #124, Affair Aftermath & Holding Space for a Friend in Crisis with Christina Montalvo

52mins

11 Jun 2020

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{9} From Weight Loss Obsessed To Anti Diet Coach + The Resounding Impact- With Christina Montalvo

Think to Thrive

"I felt good on a surface level because I was like, I'm chasing weight loss, isn't that what I'm supposed to be doing?" *HEADS UP this episode contains cuss words**** Our guest, Christina Montalvo, is a women's strength & conditioning coach, and anti diet (intuitive eating)coach. She shares some mad wisdom about: -The problematic sides of dieting + body image obsession -The major impact our beliefs have on our thoughts + behavior -Why it's so important to focus on how we feel -The Body Positive social justice movement And much more! Christina has been working in the wellness industry for 7 years and kicked off her career as a weight loss coach. After hitting diet rock bottom, she decided to make some serious changes both in the way she was treating herself and also working with clients. ~THE MOST perfect wrap up to mental shift #2, blow up the wagon~ Resources mentioned: https://mailchi.mp/d60a86e2a5b6/mindsetmanagementmeditation ^^Mindset Management Meditation https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-confidence-project/id1137496285?i=1000440611947 ^^The Confidence Project epi 138 Health At Every Size, Linda Bacon Intuitive Eating, Elyse Resch & Evelyn Tribole Let's connect on insta! Find Christina @christina_montalvo Find Jennie @jennsthriving

40mins

11 Dec 2019

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Affair Aftermath & Holding Space for a Friend in Crisis with Christina Montalvo of the Confidence Project

Room to Grow Podcast with Emily Gough

**If you haven’t yet listened to episode #117 The 9 Year Affair: Lessons in Infidelity, I strongly recommend checking it out first as a prerequisite for this episode** I'm a little bit nervous to release this episode, because I was a little bit more candid than I intended to be 😂 Christina Montalvo and I have teamed up for our monthly joint episode that airs the last Thursday of each month, and today's is different than usual.  Not only is it longer than our normal 60 minute episodes (but I promise it's worth the listen), it's even more personal and raw than is standard for us. We're talking about some of the after-effects of dealing with the fallout after finding out about the 9-years of infidelity that was happening behind my back in my previous relationship. I need to stress something here: this process healing through this entire journey has not been pretty. I've had a lot of people reach out to me since I went public with my story commending me for how I have handled things, and I'm so appreciative for the kind words and support.  But I think it's very important to be incredibly transparent with you that I have had absolute rock-bottom moments, some of which I detail on this episode so that you can have a better understanding of what this has looked like. Some of the things we're covering: When healing has looked incredibly ugly and painful: like my reaction when I found out about the secret house 170 meters from our driveway. Some previously un-shared details that I never thought I would chat about publicly and a more open conversation than I planned on having around some very raw moments that have come with this process as it was unfolding in real time How to support a friend going through a massive, life-altering crisis When and how to listen, and when to offer advice Showing up in the way your FRIEND needs you to- not the way you necessarily would want to be supported, we all have an individual process Christina has been here for every single moment and detail of all of this right beside me and provided me a safe space to fall when I thought I couldn’t get out of bed in the morning - even with an international border separating us We’re also going through some ways that you can move through your own healing process from any major issue that you’re struggling with (that don’t involve flying as far from one’s home country as possible) Christina and I join forces at the end of every month to do a joint episode that airs on both of our podcasts, so if you love these episodes make sure to check out our previous ones: Episode #24, Victim Mindset with Christina Montalvo Episode #43, The Art of Maintaining Friendships with Christina Montalvo Episode #79, How Your Money Mindset is Holding You Back From More Success with Christina Montalvo Episode #88, Save the Drama for Your Mama with Christina Montalvo Episode #98, Bridezilla: Our Unconventional Thoughts on Weddings & Showers with Christina Montalvo Episode #104, The Tall & Short of It: How Your Height Changes Your Experience in the World with Christina Montalvo Episode #112, Navigating Entrepreneurship: What Doesn't Get Shared Publicly with Christina Montalvo REFERENCES Room to Grow Podcast episode #117, The 9 Year Affair: Lessons in Infidelity Room to Grow Podcast episode #118, The Dark Side of Social Media: Stalking, Protecting Your Privacy & Mental Health Room to Grow Podcast episode #124, Liespotting: Detecting Deception in Everyday Life Room to Grow Podcast episode #74, Celebrating Women Supporting Women: Girls Run the World! FIND CHRISTINA Christina’s website The Confidence Project Podcast Iron Phoenix Strength Cluboutside Chicago, Illinois Instagram @christina_montalvo Want to join the conversation or connect with Emily?  Connect below!  FIND EMILY Emily Gough Coaching Room to Grow Podcast info@emilygoughcoaching.com Instagram @emilygoughcoach Facebook: @ Emily Gough Coaching PLUS!  Want to be a badass podcast guest?  You’re going to want to grab this highly requested guide walking you through every step of the way to have your interviewers begging you to come back on, and the listeners wanting to learn everything they can from you!  Grab your guide HERE. DON’T MISS… Questions?  Comments? Want to connect and chat? You can email me at info@emilygoughcoaching.com, or DM me over on Instagram @emilygoughcoach with any questions, comments, or takeaways!  Plus, I would absolutely love to connect with you and thank you for listening in real life.  It makes me day to see you listening to the podcast and fills me up with pure joy. Seriously.  See you on the ‘gram! Questions?  Comments?  If Instagram and Facebook aren’t your jam, send me a good old fashioned email!  info@emilygoughcoaching.com BRAND NEW EPISODES EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY

1hr 56mins

29 Aug 2019

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Diet Culture in the Fitness Industry with Christina Montalvo | #3

Conjuring Up Courage

Christina Montalvo and I chat candidly about what she wouldn't be caught dead doing now as a fitness coach, how coaches can make the move away from diet culture, and how clients can be informed consumers of the fitness industry. You can find the show notes and a full transcript of this episode at https://shohrehdavoodi.com/3.

56mins

5 Aug 2019

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Navigating Entrepreneurship: What Doesn't Get Shared Publicly with Christina Montalvo

Room to Grow Podcast with Emily Gough

We're back at it again!  Christina of The Confidence Project Podcast is on with me today, and we're talking about the shit that people don't talk about when it comes to entrepreneurship.  No, seriously, there's some things you need to hear.   We're covering: What no one tells you about being an entrepreneur All the work that goes on behind the scenes All the work that is FREE, and the delayed gratification that it requires to keep going How people think they know you and make assumptions about you after seeing you post something on social media or watching your stories, and why it's necessary to pick and choose what we share This was a really fascinating discussion, at least for us, and brought a huge amount to the surface that you might not otherwise realize or notice in the online space.   “You never know the intentions of who’s paying attention” - Christina Montalvo Thank you for listening!   Christina and I join forces at the end of every month to do a joint episode that airs on both of our podcasts, so if you love these episodes make sure to check out our previous ones: Episode #24, Victim Mindset with Christina Montalvo Episode #43, The Art of Maintaining Friendships with Christina Montalvo Episode #79, How Your Money Mindset is Holding You Back From More Success with Christina Montalvo Episode #88, Save the Drama for Your Mama with Christina Montalvo Episode #98, Bridezilla: Our Unconventional Thoughts on Weddings & Showers with Christina Montalvo Episode #104, The Tall & Short of It: How Your Height Changes Your Experience in the World with Christina Montalvo FIND CHRISTINA Christina’s website The Confidence Project Podcast Iron Phoenix Strength Cluboutside Chicago, Illinois Instagram @christina_montalvo FIND EMILY Emily Gough Coaching Room to Grow Podcast info@emilygoughcoaching.com Instagram @emilygoughcoach Private Facebook Group: Room to Grow Podcast Facebook: @ Emily Gough Coaching PLUS!  Want to be a badass podcast guest?  You’re going to want to grab this highly requested guide walking you through every step of the way to have your interviewers begging you to come back on, and the listeners wanting to learn everything they can from you!  Grab your guide HERE. DON’T MISS… Questions?  Comments? Want to connect and chat? You can email me at info@emilygoughcoaching.com, or DM me over on Instagram @emilygoughcoach with any questions, comments, or takeaways!  Plus, I would absolutely love to connect with you and thank you for listening in real life.  It makes me day to see you listening to the podcast and fills me up with pure joy. Seriously.  See you on the ‘gram! Questions?  Comments?  If Instagram and Facebook aren’t your jam, send me a good old fashioned email!  info@emilygoughcoaching.com New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday!

57mins

25 Jul 2019

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