Founding a Company To Help Children Cope with Medical Concerns with Sarah Cummings
The Female Founders Network
Today we’re speaking with Sarah Cummings, the founder of Teach Ted - a digital health startup, which uses storytelling and “learning-through-play” techniques to take the fear out of new experiences for kids and families. Sarah tells us how she went from a full time job and chronic state of stress, to following her passion and why serendipity is her favourite word. We hope you enjoy this episode,
Mel Francis gives digital marketing advice to Sarah Cummings about Teach Ted
Build With Mel Show
I’m giving free digital marketing and scale up advice to Sarah Cummings about Teach Ted Sarah is on a mission to support children who are going to through medical anxiety through a digital solution, Teach Ted. She is currently trying to get more #brand recognition. In summary, my advice to her is around 1) How to use Facebook ads to get results 2) How to build a funnel after Facebook ads 3) How to use LinkedIn to get sponsorship I hope this live helps many other business owners with their digital marketing strategy. Want to appear on my show? Apply here: https://lnkd.in/gdyXeu8
215. LIVE at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials with Sarah Cummings, Kaitlin Goodman, Amanda Nurse, Ladia Albertson-Junkans, & Jenny Donnelly
Ali on the Run Show
"I am here to try and find the best version of myself." —Sarah Cummings "I am here because running makes me feel the most alive." —Kaitlin Goodman "I’m here because I found running later in life, and it felt like it fed my soul." —Amanda Nurse "My why is Gabe Grunewald." —Ladia Albertson-Junkans "I’m here because running feels like home. And because despite years of subpar performances and giving up on myself, I had people who didn’t, and I’m very grateful for that." —Jenny Donnelly It was a tremendous honor and privilege to host a live show at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials Expo in Atlanta, GA, with five former Ali on the Run Show guests and Trials runners: Sarah Cummings, Kaitlin Goodman, Amanda Nurse, Ladia Albertson-Junkans, and Jenny Donnelly. This was an inspiring, uplifting, at times emotional conversation about goals, the running community, choices and sacrifices, and each woman's "why." Follow Sarah: Instagram @sarahccummings Follow Kaitlin: Instagram @runnerkg Twitter @runnerkg RunningJoyfully.com Strava Follow Amanda: Instagram @amandarunsboston Twitter @amandarunsbos Follow Ladia: Instagram @ladiahallie Twitter @ladiahallie Follow Jenny: Instagram @jenny_donn Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Like the Facebook page Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you’re enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
Episode 32 – Sarah Cummings of New York Athletic Club
Runners of NYC Podcast
To kick off 2020, we're going to try and share a few more stories from some of the top New York City women competing at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. We're kicking it off with Sarah Cummings of the New York Athletic Club. She's one of the nicest people that you might encounter if you're on an early morning run in Central Park. She owns a personal best of 2:34:47 from the 2014 Chicago Marathon, competed at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials and represented the United States internationally several times. She got her start as a competitive figure skater in New Jersey and then went on to have a successful high school career in California before committing to Princeton. She ended up being a four-time Ivy League champion in the 5,000 meters and 10,000 meters, an All-American and a member of a fifth-place finishing team at the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships. She accepted a job in New York City in graduation and never skipped a beat in her running. The transition to the roads was seamless until a nagging hamstring injury finally caught up to her and detached from her leg during a 50K world championship race. She shares the road to recovery that nearly led her to quit the sport and how she managed to qualify for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials with a comeback at the 2018 California International Marathon. Never give up. Trust the process. ▶ Follow Sarah on Instagram: www.instagram.com/sarahccummings/ Support for this episode comes from FICS NYC (206 West 23rd Street, 3rd Floor) a fitness recovery and wellness studio. They have curated the top fitness recovery and wellness machines and combined them with classic techniques to elevate each individual’s pursuit of natural performance and overall physical and mental wellbeing. FICS will concierge you through their modalities and provide you a space to relax, recover, and unwind at their modern-day athlete's spa. Use code RUNNERSOFNYC to get 20% off all services, packages and memberships (only for first month). First-time users also get their choice of one modality for free on their initial visit. | https://ficsnyc.com/ 📧 NEWSLETTER SIGN UP - mailchi.mp/6cd793688a6d/runnersofnyc ❤️ Please consider supporting our work. We want to continue pushing out the podcast on a bi-weekly basis and bring you quality audio for our guests. we're simply asking for you to set aside a few dollars that might go toward a coffee or dollar slice to support our work. In return, we'll do our best to put together exclusive episodes, interviews and maybe some video for those supporters. The NYC running community is awesome and we'd appreciate the assistance: www.patreon.com/runnersofnyc 👕 MERCH NOW AVAILABLE HERE: www.bonfire.com/store/citius-mag/ --------- ▶ Follow us: twitter.com/RunnersOfNYC | instagram.com/runnersofnyc ▶ Follow Chris: twitter.com/ChrisChavez | instagram.com/chris_j_chavez | www.strava.com/athletes/9032675 ▶ Follow Leigh Anne: twitter.com/leighannesharek | instagram.com/wicked.la | www.strava.com/athletes/10122804 Photo by Cheer Everywhere: https://www.instagram.com/cheereverywhere.jpg/ 👔Biz Inquiries/Write Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode 18: From Tearing Her Hamstring Off The Bone To Running An Olympic Qualifying Marathon Time with Sarah Cummings
Jerod Martin Health
Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Google Play Episode 18: From Tearing Her Hamstring Off The Bone To Running An Olympic Qualifying Marathon Time with Sarah CummingsDuring our conversation Sarah Cummings defined what every day health means to her. She went on to talk about her journey of tearing her hamstring off the bone during a race and finishing. Sarah talked about what her recovery looked like and whether the mental or physical recovery was harder. How she went on to run an olympic qualifying marathon time and what that meant to her. - Introduction & Background - :32 - How do you define every day health? - 1:51- How does the way you define every day health impact you every day? - 4:34- What injury did you go through a couple of years ago? - 12:14- What was it like going through the recovery? - 23:25- What part of the recovery was harder - mental or physical? - 28:54- How did you feel when you recently ran an olympic qualifying time? - 35:50- With your job and training what do you enjoy doing outside of those? - 40:38- What's next for you? - 42:50- What are three health tips you would give to the every day person? - 45:00- If someone wants to get in contact with you what is the best way to do that? InstagramTo contact Jerod by email click here Episode Sponsors:- botanCBD: Use code HEALTH to get 15% off your first order. - Trusii H2: Molecular Hydrogen (H2) Currently, Trusii is offering a in-home paid case study for those who qualify. If you qualify they will cover up to 100% of a $10,000 machine. Click here to find out if you qualify for a $10,000 molecular hydrogen machine up to 100% off by applying for their case study. Click here if you want to try the Trusii molecular hydrogen H2Now tablets and get 10% by using this code at checkout: JMARTIN
“I knew things were going to unravel at some point… But looking back, I don’t know if I would’ve done things differently.” —Sarah Cummings Few people have a work ethic like Sarah Cummings. Sarah, a 2:34 marathoner, lives in New York City where she runs for the New York Athletic Club and is a two-time New York Road Runners Runner of the Year. Sarah works long hours in the finance industry in addition to running 100-mile weeks — sometimes include 20-mile run commutes! On this episode, Sarah — who is a former competitive figure skater who graduated with top honors from Princeton University — talks about coming back from a grueling hamstring injury to run an Olympic qualifying time at the California International Marathon. Thank you to AfterShokz for sponsoring this episode of the Ali on the Run Show! CLICK HERE for $50 off your wireless headphone bundle! What you’ll get on this episode: Sarah recaps her 2018 CIM performance (2:30) Sarah reflects on her figure skating days and how she found running (7:00) Sarah talks about her relationship with her sister — and whether or not they’re competitive on the run (14:30) What it was like being a competitive runner in college (18:10) How Sarah runs 100-mile weeks while working a demanding career in finance (22:10) If given the choice, would Sarah go pro? (31:40) Sarah talks about her hamstring injury and getting through a major setback (35:25) What it’s like competing at the Olympic Trials as a sub-elite runner (48:50) Sarah’s best advice for dealing with an injury (52:45) What we mention on this episode: New York Athletic Club Hospital for Special Surgery Princeton University California International Marathon Follow Sarah: Instagram @sarahccummings Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Facebook Twitter @aliontherun1 Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you’re enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!