That Travel Nurse Life - An Interview with Shannon Miller, ICU Travel Nurse
Today I chat with ICU travel nurse, Shannon Miller all about her life as a nurse, becoming an ICU nurse and then a travel ICU nurse. She shares a lot about what she loves about travel nursing and what is hard and what working through this pandemic has been like. Staying connected to other travel nurses is essential to travel nurse survival and one way she does that is through @travelnursetakeover on Instagram. Shannon is about to take a much needed break. Congratulations and you deserve it!Thank you so much for being on the show, Shannon! Nicole
#14: Periods Don't Have To Hurt w/ Shannon MIller, FDN-P
In this episode, we talk with Shannon MIller, FDN-P!She's the founder of 3 Leaf Health + Wellness and is obsessed with all things hormone, digestion, and immune related. She works with driven women who want to get to the root of their fatigue and female issues so they can fall in love with their bodies again.After years of hormone imbalance, adrenal fatigue, and her own battle with an autoimmune disease, she felt like she was constantly at war with her own body. She tried every diet and supplement on the market that promoted increasing energy, reducing inflammation, and giving her the body she wanted. She spent thousands of dollars on trial and error solutions, never finding the right plan that fit her perfectly.She also spent countless hours going to see doctors and specialists, but none of them took the time to listen to her, to actually hear her, to fully understand. They poked and prodded, just to tell her that everything "looked fine" even though she certainly didn't feel fine.Sound familiar? If you said yes, it's probably because you listened to this podcast before (thanks)! What's cool, though, is even though the stories are conceptually similar, the journeys of healing each have their own unique twist, and Shannon's is no exception.Check out this episode to find out how she turned things around!You can find out more about Shannon by going to https://3leafhealth.com/.You can find out more about FDNthrive by going to www.fdnthrive.com.
From Olympic Gold Gymnast to Moving a Mission with Shannon Miller
Shannon Miller remains one of the Most Decorated Olympic Gymnasts, male or female, in history. She is the only American to rank among the Top 10 All-Time gymnasts and is the only female athlete to be inducted into the US Olympic Hall of Fame – twice! (Individual in 2006 and Team in 2008)Shannon has won an astounding 59 international and 49 national competition medals. Over half of these have been gold. She is the only US gymnast to win two World All-Around Titles. Her tally of five medals, two silver and three bronze, at the 1992 Olympics was the most medals won by a US athlete. At the 1996 Games, she led the “Magnificent Seven” to the US Women’s first-ever Team Gold and for the first time for any American gymnast, she captured Gold on the balance beam.She holds a BBA in both marketing and entrepreneurship from the University of Houston and her law degree from Boston College. She remains a sports commentator and analyst and host of a variety of television and radio show focused on gymnastics, general health and cancer awareness.Shannon remains dedicated to women’s health and fitness, with a mission to help women make their health a priority.
47: Allow Yourself to Feel Your Grief with Shannon Miller
The Soul FULL Podcast with Megan Harmony
Shannon Miller is an Inspirational Speaker, Grief Guide and Coach, a best selling Author and the founder of Conversations with Shannon. Shannon openly shares her stories of grief and trauma to give people hope, validation and insight into their grief. As a Grief Guide Shannon walks beside her clients as they navigate their own pain and helps guide them out of their darkness. Shannon believes that having deep, meaningful Conversations allows us all to feel heard, acknowledged and supported.I can’t wait for you to hear this one as we have conversations about;When we can see our children as some of our greatest teachers and look at them and take a little credit that we were a part of them being the beautiful human beings they have become.What it means to live a soul full life can change from day to day so check in with yourself, live your truth but not in a way that everyone else has to live your truth as well. Each person gets to live their truth.We’re human, we have good days, we have bad days, we’re in a global pandemic and if that’s spinning you out of control find the one thing you can control and ground yourself with. Shannon offers some great pointers.Shannon shares with us how she is a single Mom of three amazing children and in April of 2013 her middle child Kaiti went to a house party with her childhood friends and was murdered. Shannon shares how she processed through this horrific loss and offers hope to anyone who is grieving.The 5 stages of grief - “What is this crap?” “I’m not doing it right” but it was grieving and Shannon made it her mission to share the truth about grief. As a society we are taught wrong grief is just another way that we are expressing love.“My grief is always with me, that doesn’t mean I’m not also living my life. There is a way to honour your grief and live a happy life.”“I slowly started to fall in love with my grief when I realized it was my love.”IF you’re supporting someone who is in grief, don’t take anything they say or do personally, it’s not you, you aren’t doing anything wrong the person is just on a roller coaster or emotion.“Be kind to yourself”Connect with Shannon;Facebook: www.facebook.com/conversationswithshannonInstagram: www.instagram.com/conversations_with_shannonWebsite: https://conversationswithshannon.com/Connect with Megan;Join the sacred Awaken Your Inner Light Community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/awakenyourlightI have a spot available to work with me one on one, book your complimentary Awaken Your Inner Light Discovery Call https://calendly.com/meganharmonytlc/awaken-your-inner-light-callInstagram: www.instagram.com/meganharmonytlcFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/meganharmonytlc--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/Soul-FULL/message
#062: Practicing Online Safety & Security as a Digital Entrepreneur with Shannon Miller
The Quiet Rebels™ Podcast
Are you an online entrepreneur that's playing safe because you don't feel safe? Could this be the reason you aren't showing up and being more visible? As a podcast guesting strategists, visibility is one of the things I emphasize on. I understand that the more visible you are, the more risk you are exposed to and this is why I invited Shannon (a Security Specialist and Private Investigator) to talk about aspects that are hardly talked about as far as online security is concerned. Shannon helps to protect your privacy, profit & peace of mind. Cyber thieves, scammers, and stalkers might not look like Darth Vader, but the damage they can do to your life, business, and brand reputation can be costly and irreparable if left untreated. She started out in the security industry over a decade ago, as a government contractor, diplomat, and IT analyst. It sounds boring, but when you love what you do, it’s nerd-level exciting. Shannon’s goal is to help you simplify security, to save you buckets of money in security clean up costs, and to prepare & protect you when the worst happens. In this episode we talk about: - Why your online safety and security is important - Whether or not we should disclose friends' and family's details (and photos) online. How much is too much? - Being aware of where you are left unguarded and the steps you can still take to sow up online comfortably And more! For all the links we mentioned in this episode to connect with Tanya, head to: http://www.maikeetsang.com/062
13: Cancer Survivor and Multiple Olympic Gold Medalist // The Story of Shannon Miller
From Rock Bottom to Rockin' It
Seven-time Olympic Medalist, Shannon Miller is the only female athlete to be inducted into the US Olympic Hall of Fame – Twice! [Individual (2006) and Team (2008)]. Shannon has won an astounding 59 International and 49 National competition medals. Over half of these have been gold. In 1993/94 Shannon became the first US gymnast to ever win back-to-back World All-Around Titles, and she is the first American female to medal in the individual all-around of a non-boycotted Olympics. Her tally of five medals (two silver, three bronze) at the ’92 Olympics was the most medals won by a US athlete in any sport. At the ’96 Games, she led the “Magnificent Seven” to the US Women’s first ever Team Gold and for the first time for any American gymnast, she captured Gold on the Balance Beam. She is the first American gymnast to win an individual gold medal at a fully-attended summer games and cemented her place as the most accomplished gymnast, male or female, in U.S. Olympic history. For Show Notes, Key Points, Contact Info, Resources Mentioned, & More on this episode please visit my website: EricGilbertWilliams.com. Feedback? Questions? Comments? I would love to hear from you! Contact me at us via: Email (email@example.com), LinkedIn (@ericgilbertwilliams), Twitter (@ericgilbertw), or Instagram (@ericgilbertwilliams). EP Tags: olympics, gold, medalist, b2b, gymnast, hard, work, magnificent, seven, history, gymnastics, team
Shannon Miller: One of America's Most Decorated Gymnasts (ep. 256)
Live Inspired Podcast with John O'Leary
Shannon Miller is widely recognized as one of the iconic gymnasts of USA's Magnificent Seven 1996 Olympic team. Two decades later, she remains as one of the most decorated American gymnast in history. Yet, even the greatest of champions face uncontrollable factors -- like a rare cancer diagnosis. Today, this mother of two, author, sought-after speaker + survivor shares some of her contagious focus + determination. You'll learn her perspective on some of the most memorable moments of her gymnastics career, her devotion to advocating for women's health + how she empowers others to breakthrough personal challenges. SHOW NOTES: "I didn't realize training 6-7 hours a day wasn't normal." - Shannon on growing up in Oklahoma. Shannon credits her parents in keeping her balanced + humbled while training. At 9-years-old, Shannon idolized the older gymnasts she trained alongside before learning about Mary Lou Retton and Nadia Comăneci. "I was never one of those kids that thought 'I want to be an Olympic gold medalist.' It was always about making it to the next step. I had an important focus on what do I do today to get there." As long as you're willing to work hard, anything is possible. Just weeks away from the 1992 Olympic Trials, Shannon broke + dislocated her left elbow after a potential career-ending mistake. Instead of giving up, she focused forward + became a more well-rounded + driven athlete than before. Instead of allowing the pressure to overwhelm 15-year-old Shannon at the 1992 Olympics, she changed the narrative in her mind to use the crowd + circumstances at supportive motivation. Shannon earned two silver and three bronze medals at the 1992 Summer Olympics, securing the record for most medals won at a single Olympic Games without winning gold. Although Shannon missed out on an all-around gold medal by the closest margin in Olympic history, finishing 0.012 points shy, she only sees the positive in the accomplishment. "It's not about the medals. You give 100% + do your best." "There is no Olympic medalist that stands up on that podium alone. You don't get there by yourself." Shannon credits her not only her fellow gymnasts but the broader team of parents, coaches, physicians, teachers and community in her success. During the 1996 Olympics, Shannon was part of Magnificent Seven, recognized for their camaraderie, enthusiasm, spark + unlikely triumph in winning the first team Olympic gold medal for USA gymnastics. At 19-years-old, Shannon retired from competitive gymnastics to focus on her education. In February 2011, Shannon was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer motivating her focus on the importance of health. Live Inspired community member Jody F. asked Shannon: When was your darkest time + what would you tell someone listening trying to come back to the light? SHANNON MILLER'S LIVE INSPIRED 7 1. What is the best book you’ve ever read? I'm an avid reader so I can't commit to just one. 2. What is a characteristic or trait that you possessed as a child that you wish you still exhibited today? Focus. As a child, I was able to focus on two things: school + gymnastics. As an adult, we're pulled in a million directions, every minute, every day. 3. Your house is on fire, all living things and people are out. You have the opportunity to run in and grab one item. What would it be? My computer for my photos, but that's backed up. There is nothing worth going back into a burning house to get. 4. You are sitting on a bench overlooking a gorgeous beach. You have the opportunity to have a long conversation with anyone living or dead. Who would it be? My husband. 5. What is the best advice you’ve ever received? Focus your energy. Today my goal is to help one woman focus on her health. 6. What advice would you give your 20-year-old self? Ride the wave. Life will give you ups and downs. Hold on tight and keep going. 7. It’s been said that all great people can have their lives summed up in one sentence. How do you want yours to read? Shannon Miller is someone who focused on faith, family and doing her very best each day. My new book IN AWE is now available... and became an instant bestseller! Learn how to rediscover your childlike sense of wonder to unleash inspiration, meaning and joy. Visit ReadInAwe.com today! Did you enjoy today's episode? Share it with your friends! Then subscribe, rate + review on Apple Podcasts. Live Inspired with John daily on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram + get his Monday Motivation email.
Shannon Miller - Olympic History Maker and Cancer Survivor
Manage the Moment: Conversations in Performance Psychology
Shannon Miller knows what it's like to face uncontrollable factors that sideline even the greatest of champions. A seven time Olympic medalist, she is a member of eight Halls of Fame, and she's the only female athlete to have ever been inducted to the Olympic Hall of Fame - Twice! Her tally of five gold medals at the Barcelona Olympic Games was the most medals won by a U. S. Athlete in any sport at that games. And as far as Olympic medals go, she is the most decorated Olympic gymnast, male or female, in U. S. History. Shannon and I spoke about the mindset that she developed on her way to becoming an Olympic champion, and that she later turned to and relied on while navigating life's challenges off the mat - in the form of injury, early retirement and later, a life threatening cancer diagnosis. Shannon's goal is to bring inspiration to those who are struggling, as well as those who could improve their lives through a gold medal mindset. Learn more about Shannon at ShannonMiller.comShannon's Book here: ShannonMiller.com/shopFollow Shannon on FacebookFollow Shannon on Instagram Follow Shannon on TwitterFollow Dr. Shepphird on Twitter @drsheppFollow on Instagram @drsheppLearn more about Dr. Shepp at SportandPerform.comPodcast transcripts at: ManageTheMoment.net#ManageTheMoment YouTube ChannelMusic by Brad BuxerSource for "I Get Knocked Down"Source for "Unwritten"