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Melanie Levenberg

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Making money, stumbling into entrepreneurship and projector life with Melanie Levenberg

That Does Not Belong to Me

In this episode, I talk to Melanie Levenberg from Impact Entrepreneurs. Mel is a projector with an emotional authority who has used the guidance of human design to positively impact her work, relationships, and basically all areas of this life.   Mel is a lover of movement, a teacher at heart, and a huge supporter of guiding humans to make money from their passion. While she may live as a manifesting-generator by having her hands in a few different pots, she has managed to embrace her role as a leader in helping so many others find success.   I am so grateful that Mel came into my life a couple of years ago when we were in the same mastermind for female entrepreneurs. And now I get to be a co-leader with her in the School of Human Design. She has been one of my biggest expanders and has had a huge impact on my life. Which is why I'm so thrilled you all get to meet her! If you would like to connect with Mel you can find her at: Email: melanie@theimpactentrepreneurs.com IG: @melanielevenberg School of Human Design Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/762966847765837 And if you would like to order some delicious coffee to enjoy while listening to your favourite podcast (this one of course) head on over to: https://www.virginhillcoffee.com/ And to get your 10% off with orders over $50 enter promo code: JAIME


12 May 2021

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Episode 41 - Being Playful with Public Speaking: Interview with Melanie Levenberg

Master Your Stutter

In this episode, I interview Melanie Levenberg. Melanie is the Co-Founder of Impact Entrepreneurs & CEO of PL3Y Inc. She is also an international speaker and TEDx presenter. Melanie helps entrepreneurs grow their businesses with purpose. What we discuss in this episode: Turning fear into excitement Being an outgoing person, she did not have any problems talking to 30 people at once. However, the notion of being on stage brought fear into Melanie‘s head. It was way beyond her comfort zone. It made her become a version of herself that she didn’t recognize, she experienced behaviors like nervousness and fear. Telling her story became so serious that she no longer found it fun. Melanie wondered how she can turn something serious into fun. Having Play in your life allows us to turn into better versions of ourselves, as we are more creative and connected. So Play was a rediscovery. Play is for anything that had been turned into something serious. Every human has a different way to express some joy or spark that they get that makes them feel more alive when they have some sort of Play in their life. For some people, this may be like sudoku, or being witty or sarcastic. It doesn’t have to be the traditional definition of play, therefore, there are so many different ways we can play. Shifting the energy of an entire room People tend to zone out when they watch someone on stage pass a 20-minute mark. So when speeches sometimes go a little bit longer even to an hour, there needs to be some sort of multimedia resource provided, for example, a presentation. So Melanie wanted to coach the audience into meeting with her. Melanie‘s purpose when it came to being on that stage, it was not for her, it was for the audience. That TEDx stage was the biggest she had been on, not in the sense of the number of people but in the sense of how significant it was. Usually, TEDTalks have the spotlight on the person speaking, and it is so bright that you can’t even see the audience. However, Melanie had them switch the spotlight from her and then to the audience so they could be in the spotlight as well. A huge part of public speaking is how you make the audience feel Melanie uses play in every aspect of her life. Whenever she feels energized as well as when she feels stressed. So, one of the moves that Melanie really likes is to shake a lot. Shaking your body is a great way to release stress. Think about it, a dog that jumps into water comes out and shakes its whole body in order to take the water off. Or if a gazelle is being chased by a lion and the gazelle gets away, The gazelle is just going to shake it off because it shakes off any tension. So if Melanie is in a situation that may be perceived as stressful, she literally likes to shake it off. There’s an element of fun and playfulness, and most importantly there is an energy shift. The state you are in, that’s how your audience perceives you. So you have to make sure that your energy levels are always high. You can have the most powerful, impactful message to deliver but if you’re not fully present in that situation, it’s not going to have the same effect as if you were 100% present. In other words, when you shake off the tension, at the same time you are gaining confidence. Grab a pen and a notebook & enjoy the show! Hit me up on Instagram: @CEODanielFrancis


11 May 2021

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13. Success Leaves Clues With Melanie Levenberg | CEO/Founder PL3Y Inc

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Melanie Levenberg, M.Ed. is an international speaker, author, TEDx presenter, and business coach.    She is the Founder and CEO of PL3Y International multiple 6-figure companies whose programs have gained global accolades for promoting positive mental health and getting kids active through play.    As the co-founder of Impact Entrepreneurs, she loves helping start-up and established entrepreneurs create structures to build wealth as they share their talents and passions in the world.    Melanie is a master at helping her clients design programs, training, and systems that leave a powerful impact and build raving fans.


14 Nov 2020

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Ep 122 The Kids Fitness Program with Melanie Levenberg

Fitness Education Online Podcast

Welcome to Fitness Education Online Podcast!In this episode of the Fitness Education Online Podcast, Travis Mattern interviews Malanie Lavenberg about "The Kids Fitness Program".Melanie is a Physical Literacy and Education Consultant and International Speaker specializing in Physical Literacy, Dance, Phys Ed, Positivity and Play. She is the creator of PL3Y programs and training systems.Follow MelanieWebsite:www.pl3yinc.comFacebookfacebook.com/melanielevenbergInstagram https://www.instagram.com/melanielevenberg/Twitter https://twitter.com/melanie_pl3y--Note: Podcast episodes are hosted by either Jono Petrohilos, Travis Mattern or Claudia LiFitness Education Onlinewww.fitnesseducationonline.com.auClick the link below to join our Community Facebook Group (we have over 13 000 Fitness Professionals / Personal Trainers in there and we all share tips and ideas)www.facebook.com/groups/fitnesseducationonline


18 Oct 2020

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Episode 28: Melanie Levenberg


Melanie is amazing, and just such a cool person. We talk about her creating her own business and being a physical education consultant. Also, we discuss how to go from being tentative about teaching dance to be a dancing beast in the classroom. TDFU is something that is super helpful that she created.  Melanie's websites: https://www.pl3yeducation.com/ http://tdfu.net/ https://www.melanielevenberg.com/ Youtube videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAvvJcap-3MekIvtt1D3pCQ Ted Talk:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujTBbFrGW58 Melanie's Twitter: @melanie_pl3y


24 Apr 2020

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Dance Pl3y with Melanie Levenberg

Global PhysEd Voxcast

Melanie Levenberg is the founder of Dance Pl3y, and has working with organizations such as OPHEA, Kingston Gets Active, PHE Canada, Vivo for Healthier Generations, The University of Western Ontario, Les Mills International, Korea National Sport University and Move Live Learn. Melanie has presented around the world and has even spend sometime time on the TEDx stage, https://youtu.be/ujTBbFrGW58 www.dancepl3y.com www.melanielevenberg.com


25 Oct 2018

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Developing Physical Literacy through Dance | Melanie Levenberg


Melanie believes that through movement you can do more than just help people get fit – that you can foster community, positive mindsets and vibrant health. Her goal is to help people discover, practice and maintain a positive and playful mindset towards physical activity and lifelong active living. In this episode of the #PhysEdcast I chat with Melanie about the origins of DancePl3y and what you could expect if you invited them into your school.


8 Oct 2018