Episode 32: Coach Amanda Butler on Adversity and Failure
The Growth Project
In this episode of The Growth Project, Dr. Katie Nichols sat down with Clemson's Women's Basketball Head Coach, Amanda Butler, to discuss June's focus of adversity and failure. They discussed her journey as a head coach, from getting fired by her alma mater on her birthday to being named this year's ACC Women's Basketball Coach of the Year. Coach Butler shared key takeaways from her exploration through adversity, including self-awareness, authentic leadership, and the importance of life off the court and how it translates to performance on the court. Enjoy!
My Financial Life S01E03: Travel Hacks - Amanda Butler, Worldwide Quest
alumni UBC Podcasts
It’s easy to overspend when you’re planning (or enjoying) a trip. But there are tricks and travel hacks that can help you save money. On this episode of My Financial Life, host Kirk Lapointe, editor-in-chief of Business in Vancouver and adjunct professor at the UBC School of Journalism, speaks to Amanda Butler, expedition leader for alumni UBC’s travel partner, Worldwide Quest.This episode of My Financial Life is brought to you by the alumni UBC Travel Club. Learn about the unique travel experiences available to UBC alumni at alumni.ubc.ca/travel.My Financial Life is a five-episode podcast mini-series about personal finance, produced by alumni UBC.
Already with the most ACC wins since 2013, Clemson head coach Amanda Butler took some time to chat with me about the team's success in her 1st season at the school.We also discussed the learning she did in her "gap year" between Florida and Clemson, how she has changed as a coach since being at Florida, and if the story of her running into a wall to pop back in her injuried shoulder is true or not.
Episode 7: A Season of Learning with Coach Amanda Butler
The Basketball Podcast
Welcome to The Mom Enterprise, a weekly podcast hosted by Kendra Martinez featuring working Moms who find a way to manage it all. Episode Guest: Amanda Butler Amanda Butler is one of the founding instructors at Fhitting Room, a boutique fitness studio in New York City that focuses on High Intensity Interval Training and is still there today. Amanda is a NASM certified prenatal/postnatal trainer and if that wasn't impressive enough, she is also a fitness model and has been on the cover of Runner's World Magazine and Women's Health Total Body Bootcamp book. This small town Hastings, Nebraska native studied Dance at Oklahoma City University and after graduating traveled the world and danced on Royal Caribbean ships for 3 years. She landed in NYC in 2011 and that's when she transitioned her career into the fitness industry. Amanda and her husband welcomed their first son in July 2017, and Amanda is also a Step Mother to a 12 year old daughter. She is currently teaching part time, training personal clients, and loves spending time with her family! Listen to hear more about Amanda's Life: How she managed to keep fitness in her life during pregnancy How she got back into killer shape How fitness impacted her delivery and impacted her postpartum body How motherhood has changed her How she spends her time with her son and classes they enjoy together How she felt about becoming a step mother and the benefits of having a 12 year old step-daughter and a 10 month old son How she handled her maternity leave What she would change about maternity policies Links mentioned: View her website and or train with Amanda Sweat with Amanda at Fhitting Room Amanda's Instagram Account: @AmandaButlerNYC Follow this podcast: Instagram: @themomenterprise Website: www.themomenterprise.com Contact Us: email@example.com Music: www.bensound.com *This episode is marked explicit due to a few curse words. Please be advised when listening in a room with children.*
Episode #2: Amanda Butler (The Paul Oliver Foundation)
Next Door Heroes
Amanda Butler is one of the most inspiring people that we have ever met! After a dear friend and hero to this country, Marine Lance Cpl. Paul Oliver, passed away she decided to take action on an issue that so many veterans face in this country. PTSD. With their innovative approach on training, The Paul Oliver Foundation is at the cusp of impacting so many Veterans in Memphis by providing service dogs for them. Join us for this episode of Next Door Heroes Podcast!For more information on The Paul Oliver Foundation and to hear Paul's story, please visit: http://www.thepauloliverfoundation.org/To donate to The Paul Oliver Foundation, please visit:https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=qCdRhTZ6UbtoJZkTzICU8WF-cpYIryi-WUOGGr3t2c2CHx_DSuguMee4HRqOMGL5mBgMd0&country.x=US&locale.x=USKeep up with Next Door Heroes!Facebook: www.facebook.com/NextDoorHeroesPodcastInstagram: www.instagram.com/nextdoorheroespodcastTwitter: www.twitter.com/NextDoorHeroPod
Coach Brendan Suhr is joined by Amanda Butler, longtime women’s Head Coach at both Florida and Charlotte. Amanda shares how she maximized the time she was given after she was fired from the University of Florida by learning from some of the best coaches in the game. It’s very important that coaches in this situation handle adversity the right way; are you going to feel sorry for yourself, blame other people? Amanda went into “WORK MODE” and immediately begin focusing on her personal development and sharing her knowledge with those who can use it.Learn more about her travels as she learned from Brad Stevens, Billy Donovan, Jay Hernandez, Mark Daigneault and Geno Auriemma in her own words by reading “365 Days and 23,273 Miles Later” by clicking here: http://www.gofollowlead.com/365-days.html?platform=hootsuitePodcast: Amanda Butler, 365 Days and 23,273 Miles Laterhttp://coachingulive.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/83-A-Butler.mp3
Ep. 83 Amanda Butler, 365 Days and 23,273 Miles Later
Coaching U Podcast with Coach Brendan Suhr
Coach Brendan Suhr is joined by Amanda Butler, longtime women’s Head Coach at both Florida and Charlotte. Amanda shares how she maximized the time she was given after she was fired from the University of Florida by learning from some of the best coaches in the game. It’s very important that coaches in this situation handle adversity the right way; are you going to feel sorry for yourself, blame other people? Amanda went into “WORK MODE” and immediately begin focusing on her personal development and sharing her knowledge with those who can use it. Learn more about her travels as she learned from Brad Stevens, Billy Donovan, Jay Hernandez, Mark Daigneault and Geno Auriemma in her own words by reading “365 Days and 23,273 Miles Later”