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Lashawn Gee

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178. Women's Mindset & Discipline Summit | Hosted by Lashawn Gee

Thrive After Sports w/ Taj Dashaun

Lashawn Gee is a Hall-of-Famer, All-American, Speaker, and Author. She helps female student-athletes, their teams, and their coaches navigate academics, athletics, and life after sport by teaching them mindset strategies necessary to work and live well. Connect with Lashawn at https://www.theellegee.com/ and on Instagram @theellegee_ Check out the full interview on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/eq34Ee0pT8Q Thanks for tuning in! Connect with me at https://www.tajdashaun.com/ Order my new book, "Thrive After Sports" here! http://www.thriveaftersportsbook.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tajdashaun/ Instagram: @tajdashaun YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdQgi_hDXaP5-6OtX_Nyf4A #NCAA #life #career #entrepreneurship #transformation #passion #mindfulness #purpose #sports #football #basketball #business #coaching #transition #lifeaftersports #thriveaftersports #student #athlete #mentalhealth #adapt #identity #formerathlete


2 May 2022

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11 Aug 2021

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9. Turning Passion into Freedom with Lashawn Gee

Grounded and Growing Podcast

Lashawn Gee teaches female student-athletes and women experiencing unhealthy emotional relationships how to activate discipline using mindset strategies so they will be able to heal from the inside out and become leaders in academics, athletics, and life after sports without overwhelm. As an author and Mindset Coach, Lashawn has leveraged discipline and authenticity in order to achieve major athletic accomplishments over the years and also get through very challenging experiences.  By implementing discipline, surrender, trust, faith, and focus, she has earned All-American honors, Hall of Fame honors, and been successfully employed at the secondary and university level as a Teacher, Athletic Director, and Track Coach. She’s also been able to birth and mature her speaking and coaching business. She enjoys teaching her strategies on how to ditch procrastination and frustration, and implement discipline and habit and routine building to achieve the successes that her clients desire for their lives. She’s helped hundreds of teens, young adults, and women lose weight, gain confidence, win championships, break records, secure positions, and even take the leap into entrepreneurship. In this episode, we talk about everything from life lessons, entrepreneurship, and spirituality. This episode is FULL of inspiring quote-worthy messages from Lashawn about overcoming adversity in life and living by faith. Have thoughts on this solo episode? Visit https://form.jotform.com/211750198420047 to submit a feedback form or send me and email at groundedandgrowingpodcast@gmail.com , I'd love to hear from you!


7 Jun 2021

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Episode 4: Chasing Purpose Requires Discipline - LaShawn Gee

Living Her Truth Podcast

Thus far we talked about gaining clarity on who we are so we can show up in this world authentically. Then we talked about why we should chase purpose, and embrace the evolution without fear. Now it's time to talk about the element that will help us to put all this together, discipline. You've probably noticed the common denominator is taking action. Discipline will help you take more consistent action in order to live the life you desire and deserve. LaShawn Gee, mindset and discipline coach, is going to share her story of triumph, how discipline was learned from her parents and how she incoporates it in everything.


13 Jan 2020

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Episode 23—Self Care Part 2 with Lashawn Gee, Melanie Matthews, & Melody Andrews

The Black Scholars Podcast

Continuing our discourse on self-care for educators, I am joined by three fantastic educators from different parts of the country. Lashawn Gee is a middle Physical Education/Health teacher in High Point, North Carolina. She is also a mindset coach, author and public speaker. Melanie Matthews is a K-3 Literacy Coach, and she is a K-12 National Consultant near Detroit, Michigan. Melody Andrews is a high school English teacher and a doctorate student in the DMV area. We discuss how educators can be more efficient and effective with our respective preparation time, personal anecdotes about burn-out, and self-care strategies. ————————————————— Shop Black Scholars Clothing™ with promo code SCHOLARS for 20 percent off. Thank you for your support. ___________________________ Join The Black Scholars community on Facebook where you can join the private "The Black Scholars Tribe."  My book, Becoming an Effective Black Educator: A Manifesto is available as an e-book or paperback via Kindle and Amazon. Thank you for being a part of the community. Please tell your colleagues about the show, subscribe to the show, and leave a review.  All e-mail inquiries should be sent to theblackscholarspodcast@gmail.com. 1. Subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, or Spotify. 2. Leave a review via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, or Spotify. 3. Share the podcast with social media, friends, and colleagues. 4. Subscribe to the YouTube channel. Turn on notifications. 5. Support the show via Patreon (donate anywhere from $1 to $100). To help the growth of the show, develop future professional development events, a nationwide conference, seminars and more, please support us. Your contribution will be rewarded with early access to new content, free merchandise, exclusive promo codes to Black Scholars Clothing™, consulting services, advertisement spots, and more. Thank you for being a part of the tribe. You are appreciated. ———————————————— #BlackScholars #BlackEducators

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30 Jul 2019

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EP 79: Maintaining Focus and Discipline with Mindset Coach, Lashawn Gee

The Intentionally Made Podcast

This week on the show I chat with author and mindset coach, Lashawn Gee. In this episode Lashawn shares what launched her career around helping women get physically fit to undergoing a huge rebrand. Her tips for how to stop making excuses and get refocus and disciplined. She also gives us a sneak peak at her upcoming new book, “The Jump That Counts”. I’ve know Lashawn personally for years and she has a super sweet soul so im excited for you all to earn more about her!  As always you can find the show notes for this show by heading to livingoverexisting.com/episodes. Rate the show and leave a review over on Apple podcast!


17 Jul 2019