Triple E Podcast
Triple E: Elevate, Enhance, Expand is a success and mindset podcast focused on breaking down principles of success. Jessica Schmitt, owner and founder of Mindful Ontogeny, is the host for Triple E. In this podcast, Jessica brings on guests knowledgeable in a specific principle of success for thoughtful discussions to help audiences Elevate their mindset, Enhance their life, and Expand their success. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts.
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What does an athlete need to be successful? Skill, talent, competitiveness, drive, physical athleticism, and most importantly... MINDSET!! You can have all of those other things, but if your mindset isn't wired for success, your path is going to be a lot harder. Yet so many athletes are lacking the right mindset, and I believe it's because many of them don't even know where to start. What is a good athletic mindset?
This episode is a little different than usual episodes. There is no guest; it's just me. I received a topic suggestion a while ago asking me to do an episode on my experience in high school being both a ballet dancer and a normal high school student, how I balanced it all, and what it was like to leave home early. So, in this episode, I talk about part of my story. I go through the nuts and bolts of my dance journey. I talk about what it was like to balance high school with intense ballet training. I talk about how I tried to balance a social life. I reflect on how my obsession with becoming a professional ballet dancer was perceived by my peers. I go through how I was criticized and made to feel bad for my goals, but how I pursued them anyway. I explain what it was like to leave home my senior year to pursue my dreams and how I look back on that decision.
Episode 6: Problem Solving with Daniela Adams
Problem solving is a necessary skill to success. It's one that we all do. But are we good at it, and are we doing it the most efficiently and effectively? In this episode, Daniela Adams and I go deep into what problem solving is, how you do it, and how it contributes to overall success. Daniela is the voice of PM Title, a title company, where she processes, closes loans, problem solves, and manages the office in Grove City, Ohio. She started helping to build PM Title while in college at Ohio State University, where she was studying human nutrition and exercise science. In the early years, Daniela was knocking on doors and making cold calls while connecting to people with her homemade chocolate chip cookies. Now, she is a leader, motivator, mentor, problem-solver, 10x-er, and volunteer for Project Memories (a non-profit organization). Daniela is an expert in problem solving. Here, she shares what she knows about problem solving to let us take our success to the next level. Daniela goes deep in today's episode, talking about how her own problem-solving skills have evolved, the steps involved in problem solving, why staying calm is important to problem solving, how problem solving applies to various areas of life, and what problem solving does for your success and your life. Not only does she talk about problem solving, but she gives multiple examples of how she has applied problem solving to her own life. This practical application will give you a better understanding of how to actually apply the concepts of problem solving you will learn about. Her stories are motivational, and her work ethic, drive, and ambition shine through when she speaks.
Episode 5: Optimal Health with Dr. Peter Schmitt
Health is probably one of the most important components of success. Without your health, it is incredibly hard to become successful. And if you somehow manage to become successful in a poor state of health (which is highly unlikely), you won't be able to enjoy all that success offers because you won't have the energy, strength, or desire to. Dr. Peter Schmitt, or Dr. Pete as he is commonly known, graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. He has 27 years of clinical experience and over 300 hours of study in nutrition. He currently practices chiropractic with his wife, Dr. Julie Schmitt, at their practice New Leaf Chiropractic in Monroe, Wisconsin. Dr. Schmitt focuses on wellness in his practice, not only relieving pain but also educating his patients on how to live a healthy lifestyle. In this episode, he imparts that wisdom on us
Episode 3: Taking a Leap of Faith with Aaron Conrad
This episode focuses on what it means and what it takes to take a leap of faith. Taking a leap of faith happens when you finally fully commit to something that will cause you to grow in some way, before you know the outcome or the full journey you will be taken on. People take a leap of faith because they feel called to do something that will cause them to have, do, or be more. It involves a lot of fear, courage, discovery, mistakes, lessons, and faith. Aaron Conrad is the host of the Unscripted with Aaron Conrad podcast and founder of the content creation business MyUnscripted. He took a leap of faith when he decided to invest all of his time into his podcast, which eventually led to his business. He speaks of his experiences with the decision to make the leap, the fear that comes with, the faith needed to keep going, and what his life is like now because he took the leap. He touches on why it is important to surround yourself with a supportive and honest village, how to stay anchored and flexible simultaneously, and the importance of your why. Make sure to leave a review, suggest a topic, or just reach out if you like what you hear on the show! Also, follow Triple E: Elevate, Enhance, Expand on social media. If you like this episode, please go give Aaron's podcast a listen and reach out to him at the links provided in the show notes (found on any of the podcast platforms). Thanks for listening!
Episode 2: Successfully Chasing Your Dreams with Marguerite Luksik
This is our first real discussion on Triple E, and we couldn't have asked for a more insightful, inspiring, and motivating discussion. Ms. Luksik and Jessica dug really deep into what chasing a dream really looks like and how to do it successfully. This episode touches on how Ms. Luksik achieved her dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer, what failure means in the context of a dream, how balance can contribute to success, and so much more. These insights apply not just to dreams and goals, but to LIFE!! Be sure to listen to the last question Jessica asks Ms. Luksik; it will give you a new perspective on what success is. After listening, leave us a review and let us know what you thought of the show!! Also, get in touch with Central Midwest Ballet, Ms. Luksik's academy, and consider donating. It is a place doing great things for the future generations of ballet dancers. Hope you enjoy!
Welcome to the Triple E Podcast, where we Elevate your mindset, Enhance your life, and Expand your success. We are so happy that you are listening today, and we cannot wait for you to engage with this podcast and get amazing value from each episode. In this quick little introduction episode, host Jessica Schmitt talks about herself, her business Mindful Ontogeny, and the purpose and structure of this new podcast so that you are fully prepared for the incredible discussions to follow. If you like what you hear today, make sure to tune in to each upcoming episode.