Learning to Surrender with Olympian Stephanie Rice
Powerful Stories with Tory Archbold
In this episode of the Powerful Stories podcast, I chat to the fabulous and fearless Stephanie Rice. You probably know her as the former Olympic swimmer, but she has undergone something of an evolution in recent years, and there’s much more to this powerful woman. Stephanie is a conduit for sharing her story and showing others that challenges can become possibilities, and she is brilliant at leveraging her huge social media following and the community she has built there to help others. However, as Stephanie will tell you, she has a love/hate relationship with social media. One of the major values she leads her life by is authenticity, and in this we are very aligned. I personally believe that human connection is the best connection, and Stephanie and I discuss how she prioritises business partnerships that align with her truth and also value human connection. We discuss self-love, and the process of learning to surrender your desires to the universe, and being open to receiving what comes your way. Stephanie shares how many people assume she is a naturally happy person, but in fact, she says that she has worked hard to become the happy, positive person she is today. Steph also opens up about her daily practices, including cultivating gratitude and appreciation every single day, and the mantra she recites every morning upon waking. Stephanie Rice truly is a woman who is grounded in her authenticity, and who is doing a stellar job of building longevity in business by virtue of knowing and being herself. I took many learnings away from this conversation, and I hope that you do too. Much love, Tory xox [1:16] Stephanie discusses the support she received from Jackie Frank, former editor of Marie Claire Australia, when she was at the height of her success as an Olympic swimmer. [2:30] She opens up about the dark period she experienced following her swimming career, and where she’s at with this now, in addition to what encouraged her to share her struggles publicly when the time was right. [5:39] Stephanie talks about feeling like a ‘nobody’ after she retired from swimming. We discuss the difficulty of transitions, particularly when moving on from a career that we have linked our self-worth and identity to. [07:06] Finding self-love and self-acceptance is still a process for Stephanie. She takes time to read, meditate and sit with her emotions when they come up, and this helps her to meet herself. [9:45] Stephanie tries to build rituals into her daily life, such as meditating to connect with her intuition and receive guidance. [11:40] She talks about the difficulty of learning to surrender, especially being a driven, successful woman and the dichotomy of going after things versus surrendering and being open to receiving. [13:36] Stephanie shares the values that allow her to step into her intent and purpose on a daily basis, including integrity, authenticity and making sure her partnerships involve a mutual exchange of energy. [15:03] Steph is working on being secure in herself, and is enjoying a new phase of feeling self-assured from a solid internal place, where she doesn’t need external validation like she once did. [18:45] Stephanie shares her love/hate battle with social media, and how she values one-on-one in-depth conversations over surface-level connections. She opens up about how when her energy changed, she noticed that her following mirrored her evolution by becoming much more positive, too. [20:44] She talks about the joys of positive connection via socials, plus the pressures of social media from a business perspective, including what potential partners look for and the difficulties of being assessed via the analytics of her Instagram account. [25:30] Stephanie shares her morning rituals, including telling herself every morning, “Something amazing will happen today.” [29:10] Stephanie opens up about being ready for a relationship and creating a family of her own, and talks about what she’s looking for in a partnership, as well as the process of surrendering her desires to the universe. Want to know more about Stephanie? Website: www.stephanierice.com.au Instagram: @itsstephanierice Are you ready to take a powerful step forward in business and in life? You can join Tory’s dynamic community of top female entrepreneurs by signing up to the Powerful Steps Coffee Challenge (it’s free!): https://powerful-steps.com/coffee-challenge/. You can also connect with Tory Archbold and her offerings, including corporate keynote speaking, business mentoring for women and the popular Business Attraction Program, here: Instagram: @powerfulsteps LinkedIn: Powerful Steps by Tory Archbold YouTube: Powerful Steps – YouTube Business Attraction Program: click hereSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our guest, Stephanie Rice, is proof that you may never know someone’s whole story. To friends she is considered a “joy builder” and a “hope dealer,” but behind her beautiful smile, she holds a huge secret as a result of years of hurt, pain and abuse. In fact, her trauma was so heavy to hold, she became “split” many ways to be able to hold the trauma and still function. Steph is a fully integrated Dissociative Identity Disorder survivor. You will not want to miss this inspiring and raw conversation. Stephanie is breaking her silence today in hopes of sharing hope with a world in need. We can heal. We can find joy. We can hold on to hope. SPECIAL GUEST Stephanie Rice Joy Builder, Writer, Speaker, Entrepreneur LEARN MORE! https://www.stephaniebrice.com https://www.instagram.com/lightonmyfeet7 https://www.facebook.com/stephanie.ri... ENGAGE WITH US! https://www.thedheffect.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How Stephanie Rice rediscovered herself after retiring from swimming at 24
It's All Her
We have a BONUS ep this week with former Olympic swimmer, Stephanie Rice.Hear how Steph rediscovered herself after retiring from swimming at just 24 years of age and how she's found her new career path.For more chats with influential women, head to ItsAllHer.com/listen Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
#TheHowieGames | The triple Olympic gold medal star on Serena Williams, Brumby's Bakery, The Alchemist, a fear of snakes, and the world's worst pool deck interviewer.😳 Stephanie's full ep drops next week.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Olympic swimming champion Stephanie Rice won three gold medals at the Beijing Games all in world record breaking time. This earned her the honour of receiving the Order of Australia Medal (OAM). But coming to terms with life after swimming hasn't been easy for Steph. In this deep and honest conversation Jess and Steph explore what it was like being the best in the world at 20 years old, and how she used visualisation to create a champion mindset. Steph also reveals the emptiness and loneliness she felt when rediscovering herself outside of the pool, questioning if she’d already hit her peak in life. But Steph isn't afraid to do the work, and wants you know that you too can find empowerment by looking fear straight in the eye. To find out more about Steph and her mind mentoring and swim programs visit here For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stephanie Rice stunned the world at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, winning 3 gold medals in 3 world record times. Stepping away from swimming, created a loss of identity and the challenge of how to define what she does now. This is a fantastic, honest and disarming conversation. I loved this chat with Steph and I hope you enjoy! Guest: Stephanie Rice Steph Rice Swim Programs & E-Books: www.stephanierice.com.au Instagram: @itsstephrice Contact email@example.com for sponsorship opportunities. Host: Libby Trickett Instagram: @allthatglitterspod Produced by: Strozkiy Media (@strozkiymedia) www.strozkiymedia.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Aaron and Brayden spoke to one of Australia's most successful Olympian, 3x Gold Medallist Stephanie Rice OAM. Stephanie chats in depth about bursting onto the scene as a 17 year old, lead up and preparation into the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Gold Medals and breaking world records for fun. Stephanie also tells us about her struggles in the London 2012 Olympics, being inducted into multiple Hall of Fames, covering the Pro Kabaddi League in India and her future business aspirations. Stephanie was extremely generous with her time and gave us a fascinating insight into the life of an elite athlete. Hope you all enjoy!
3x Olympic Gold Medalist Stephanie Rice on What is Life Like After Winning 3 Olympic Gold Medals, The Importance of Reflection, Working to be Better & More - #7
The Transparently Jordan Podcast
During this episode I talk with 3x Olympic Gold Medalist swimmer, 5x World Record Holder, Entrepreneur and just all around great person Stephanie Rice! Stephanie talks about life after the olympics, her mindset during the olympics, the importance of feedback and self reflection, playing multiple sports growing up and so much more! Be sure to check out all of Stephanie's Links below! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsstephrice/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ItsStephRice/ Website: https://stephanierice.com.au/ Podcasts: https://stephanierice.com.au/pages/podcasts You can also find yours truly below! Website: veganvans.ca (New Rebranding in Progress!) Instagram: Jordzday YouTube: Transparently Jordan Twitter: TransparentlyJD Facebook: The Jordan Kinda Knows Something Show For all business inquires please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie Rice - Olympic Gold Medals, World Records & Being The Best You Can Be
DREAMS into SUCCESS
Stephanie Rice is a Triple Olympic Gold Medallist, x5 World Record holder, x2 Australian Olympian, International Swimming Hall of Fame member and Order of Australia Medal recipient.The golden girl of the pool took us all by storm as she dominated the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, bringing home x3 Gold medals and smashing x3 World records at the same time.In this episode, we discover Steph’s secrets to her success in the pool. The power of a positive mindset, the importance of believing in yourself, visualising your performance and committing 100% to your goals and dreams.We also discuss the transition of life after sport, the challenges Steph faced in finding her new passion, tips on the ability to self-reflect and grow and what brings fulfillment to Steph’s life today.I hope you are inspired by this episode as much as I was. Steph is a down to earth Aussie girl with a fun and energetic personality, with a passion to live a life by her motto ‘BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE.’To connect with Stephanie -Website - https://stephanierice.com.auInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/itsstephrice/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ItsStephRice/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.