Inside the Mind - Chad McGehee - Wisconsin Athletics Mindfulness & Meditation - Ep. 37
First of its kind in major college sports! That's who we have on this weeks episode of Wisco Legacy. Chad McGehee is the Director of Meditation Training for the Wisconsin Badger Athletic programs. On this episode, we talk about: - How Chad found a passion for mindfulness and meditation - His work for individuals and teams for the @Wisconsin Badgers - His work with the FBI, corporations and more with his consulting business, Inner Edge Meditation - How he played an integral piece in the Wisconsin Women's Volleyball team @NCAA Championships victory - and more! If you like this podcast, subscribe on YouTube, Spotify or Apple Podcast and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. Subscribe to our newsletter on www.wiscolegacy.com.
Eric Salzwedel - Do Good Wisconsin - Episode 36
Eric Salzwedel is making an impact throughout the state of Wisconsin with Do Good Wisconsin, a non-profit he co-founded with Brian Herbst. From an early age, Eric found his passion for giving back. In this episode of Wisco Legacy, you will hear about Eric's early day's of giving back and how and why he co-founded Do Good Wisconsin. We also talk about the importance of giving back to your community. There are so many great nuggets in this episode, you don't want to miss it! It's Do Good Week on Wisco Legacy! Go out and make someone smile, post about it on social media and use #wiscolegacy. To support Do Good Wisconsin, head out to their website: www.dogoodwisconsin.com. To support Wisco Legacy, subscribe to Wisco Legacy on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcast and more and follow us on social media @wiscolegacy.
Literacy Champion Rowan Childs - Madison Reading Project - Ep.35
In 2014, Rowan Childs set out to improve access to books for children in the Madison area. In doing so, she created the Madison Reading Project. Since 2014, Rowan and her team have provided over 300,000 books! Tune in to this episode of Wisco Legacy to hear how Rowan and her team have done that. To support Madison Reading Project, go to www.madisonreadingproject.com. To support Wisco Legacy, subscribe to the podcast wherever you watch/listen and follow us on social media @wiscolegacy. You can also subscribe to our newsletter on www.wiscolegacy.com.
Mike Flanagan - Legendary Basketball Coach & Educator - Episode 34
Basketball fans, don’t miss this episode! Mike Flanagan drops by Wisco Legacy this week! We talk about: 🏀 his success as the Girls Basketball Coach at Black Hawk. Fun fact, he didn’t play basketball in high school! ✅ his upbringing in southwest Wisconsin 📚 his career as an educator 📚his new role as Darlington Elementary/Middle School Principal 💯Pursuing Your Dreams If you like this podcast, please like, subscribe, rate and review the podcast wherever you listen!
Thank You Wrestling - Episode 33
Wrestling truly shaped me into who I am. In this episode, I talk about the tremendous impact this sport had on my life. If you’re from Wisconsin and wrestling has impacted your life, like it impacted mine, please reach out to see if I can help share your story. Thank you, wrestling, for changing my life.
What's Your Legacy? - Episode 32
Since starting this podcast, I’ve thought a lot about the legacy that I eventually want to leave behind. If you’ve tuned in to an episode of this podcast, you know that I close out each episode by asking my guests this question “When all is said and done, what kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?” I reflect on my own legacy in this short episode. I hope this makes you think about the legacy you are building.
right before I go (Play About Suicide) - Cast Discusses the Upcoming Play
Suicide is a challenging topic. TV producer, director and screenwriter, Stan Zimmerman, wrote "right before I go", after losing a close friend to suicide. This play is full of raw emotion and hope. Together we can break the silence. On this episode of Wisco Legacy, I talk to members of the play at the Monroe Theatre Guild to hear about why they decided to audition for the play and ask them about the impact that this play can have on the rural community of Monroe, WI and the surrounding area. The play runs from June 9 - June 12 at the Monroe Theatre Guild in Monroe, WI. You can purchase tickets at: https://www.monroetheatre.com/buy-tickets.html
Kirstie Kraus Returns! - Yes You Can Album Release and More - Episode 30
Country music singer/songwriter, Kirstie Kraus returns to Wisco Legacy to talk about her album, "Yes You Can." Her album releases Friday, May 27th. Kirstie was a guest on episode five of Wisco Legacy. On this episode, we talk about - Details behind her album, Yes You Can - Josie Music Award Nominations - Live shows at World's Largest Brat Fest and Bailey's Run in Wisconsin - Performed a song from the album ___________________________________________________________________________ Kirstie Kraus Performs her song Sorry's Not Enough off the Yes You Can album. All rights reserved to Kraus House of Entertainment
Alex Erickson - NFL Wide Receiver - The Pride of Darlington - Ep. 29
The Pride of Darlington, Alex Erickson, joins Wisco Legacy to talk about his path to the NFL. The former three sport start athlete almost pursued basketball out of high school. One decision, to accept a preferred walk-on opportunity with the Wisconsin Badger football team changed his life forever. Tune in to this episode of Wisco Legacy to hear about his time in Darlington, pursuing his football career for the Badgers, his path to the NFL, his ownership in a Wisconsin sports bar, and more! Follow Wisco Legacy on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Subscribe to the podcast and rate and review wherever you listen!