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Eating at a Meeting explores a variety of topics on food and beverage (F&B) and how they impact individual experience and inclusion, sustainability, culture, community, health and wellness, laws and more. The mission of Eating at a Meeting is to share authentic stories that illustrate the financial, social, emotional, and mental impact food and beverage have on individuals, organizations, and the earth. I see it being threefold: ● Help individuals and organizations understand how F&B impacts ...
 
Season 2 of the CSEP Podcast, host Alan Selby speaks to a number of industry experts on the subject of high performance. In this season Alan hosts discussions with professionals from strength coaches for Olympic athletes and professional sports franchises to nutrition experts across from all across North America. Host: Alan Selby, CSEP CEP, CSEP High Performance Specialist™ CSEP is the Gold Standard in exercise science and personal training. Providing leadership in research, education and pr ...
 
Mary Baird-Wilcock, CSEP - Creative Entrepreneur, Business Coach and Undercover Superhero has one goal in mind...to simplify your life. Each episode breaks down topics in business + life and SIMPLIFIES them! Interviewing smart people from all over the world, we will discover new insights, simple action items and spark fresh ideas to help you DO. THE. THING! in an educational, informational and entertaining way. Cash flow, simplified. Productivity, simplified. Becoming a vegan, simplified. So ...
 
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Virginie is a strength and conditioning coach with Tennis Canada at the National Canadian Tennis Centre in Montreal. Virginie has a Masters degree in Sport Physiology from the University of Montreal and she is currently working with athlete Bianca Andreescu. Virginie is presenting the Exercise Professionals Workshop “The high performance environmen…
 
Stepheni Norton’s journey from chief yeoman in the U.S. Coast Guard to Southern California community farmer of pre-WWII fruit, vegetables and herbs began with a dream … and an insect bite. As farmers, Stepheni and her husband Mike, are working to preserve community, local foods, cultures and traditions, and to ensure that everyone has access to goo…
 
How do you build resilience? I mean, would you consider yourself a resilient person? The visual that immediately comes to mind is a boxer who can dip, duck, dive, weave and jive, no matter what punches are thrown her way. She keeps going, never giving up. (Come to think of it, that makes a lot of sense, considering my sympathetic nervous system typ…
 
In 2012 Tinia Pina was volunteering for a SAT prep program in Harlem when she noticed that the food options available to the students — processed and fried — were not feeding them nutritiously to stay alert and the best chance to be productive. She an opportunity use a waste stream as a way to catalyze a more sustainable growing near the urban area…
 
Kyle Dine is an internationally trusted food allergy advocate, educator and performer. Having severe allergies himself and having "married into" celiac disease, he is very familiar with the struggles of communicating his dietary needs to people who are responsible for making and/or ordering food for him at restaurants and events. After experiencing…
 
Dianne Davis owns an event planning business in Tulsa, OK that plans and executes events all across North America and the islands for corporations and associations. One of their specialties is doing events in nontraditional spaces. With a life-long allergy to tree nuts and medically-required avoidance to peanuts since the age of 4, she does not kno…
 
Would you like to make more time in your life? Boy, that’d be nice! And yes, it’s totally possible, too… It’s all about learning how to organize your life, your schedule, and reexamine how you prioritize your days. So, let’s talk about that! My special guest today is Nache Snow and she’s simplifying how to organize your life and make more time. It’…
 
Chef Joel Schaffer and his wife Mary are Your Allergy Chefs. They are dedicated to providing tips, guidance, and resources for those with and/or provide food for individuals with food allergies, intolerances and/or other dietary needs. Using their own personal dietary needs and their culinary training they have create a thriving business educating …
 
In her 2019 research, "Prevalence and Severity of Food Allergies Among US Adults" it was found that 1 in every 10 adults has a food allergies. Dr. Ruchi Gupta, MD, MPH wants to make sure that the general public is aware of food allergies, and food related conditions, how common they are and how significant they are. These potentially life-threateni…
 
We are staring down the barrel of the last 90 days of 2020, one of the most hellacious years I’ve experienced in my lifetime. And if you’re a small business owner and are still holding strong, that deserves a massive award. I applaud you. Your resilience, grit, determination and “never give up” attitude means you’ve been able to stabilize things an…
 
Nina Curtis is Adventist Health, Roseville Campus Vitaliz Café and Culinary Arts department director and executive chef. She is passionate about cooking for others, putting love into every meal she makes because she is honored that people trust her to cook for them. There is a lot of responsibility cooking for others. As a chef means to compassiona…
 
In May 2020 during and because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which oversees U.S. food regulations, announced temporary flexibility policy regarding certain labeling requirements for foods for humans during COVID-19. As a food manufacturer that makes superfood-based products, Colleen Kavanagh found of ZEGO Fo…
 
Q: are you ready to increase your profits and (finally) start to master your finances for your small business? In order for all of us to finish this year strong, we might need to have a heart-to-heart with our numbers. When we do this, we can get back on track and start to recover from the multitude of curveballs that were thrown at us this year. M…
 
Using hyper-locally food, butchering whole animals in-house, solar power, and preserving in-season fruits and vegetables to use throughout the year, Aimee Francaes and Jess Hassinger owners of Belly of the Beast in Massachusetts feed their community without waste and with foods they can trust, eat and share. Making everything from scratch, they - a…
 
Chef Cliff Lyles, Vice President of Culinary Excellence and Product Development at Revolution Foods has traveled all over the world as a chef. One of the things that he has always wanted to do and felt is important is for everyone, in any type of eating environment, to enjoy the food and just have high-quality good food to eat. When he found out ab…
 
Today, we are talking all about how to finish that next big project… no, really. Done, finished, tick it off the list and stick a fork in it, DONE. But the problem is… most projects we start, we never finish them! Why is that??! My special guest today is author Bridgit Dengel Gaspard, LCSW and she’s simplifying how to finish that next big project. …
 
In this episode, I have a conversation with Matthew G. Dick, author of SEED: A Hard Science Fiction Novel about Survival, Colonization, and Leadership. Matthew is an experienced engineering manager who recently completed his first novel. He shares his experience writing the book, how he balanced work with a major side project, and how he has develo…
 
Lianne Mandelbaum founded No Nut Traveller in 2013 after a negative flight experience that she encountered with her son. She speaks at conferences nationwide and encourages individuals with food allergies to share their travel stories both positively and negatively, to reach out to legislators and help them create policies that help individuals wit…
 
Host Alan Selby discusses nutrition for high performance athletes with Dr. Stuart Phillips. Dr. Phillips is a protein and nutrition expert out of McMaster University, department of Kinesiology and School of Medicine. He is a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Skeletomuscle health and is the director of the McMaster Centre of Nutrition, exercise and he…
 
Almost 90 percent of event organizers say that food and beverage is a key part of the meeting design and event experience. Mark Cooper, CEO of IACC delves into the 2020 IACC Meeting Room of the Future™ report sharing how organizers and venues have a greater appetite for using food and beverage to positively affecting the senses, engaging and contri…
 
Do you know how to build an email list for your small business? If this has been on “one-day-I’ll-do-that-list,” well, today is that day! My special guest today is email marketing expert Jenny Shih and she’s simplifying how to build an email list. With so much change afoot (the kids are back in school, routines are once again getting cemented in, a…
 
Food Equality Initiative has seen a 300% Increase in Service Requests as a result of COVID-19. There was a need before the pandemic, but it has magnified the need. Eighteen percent of individuals who are visiting food pantries will be visiting them for the first time. The systems the US has in place for vulnerable families with food insecurity are …
 
Do you think (in this day and age) it’s possible to market your business without social media? If you had asked me three years ago, I would have vehemently said, “Heck NO! Social media is the lifeblood to stay connected, and your business would DIE without it!” But nowadays, I’m starting to question if that fundamental belief is actually true… or n…
 
Chef Murray Hall of Dolce Hotels & Resorts talks about he incorporates local and seasonal ingredients into his menus to meet the demands of consumers wanting to know from where their food comes while balancing budgets for his clients. He also shares how he is creating menu items to make them vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free — ensuring the flavor r…
 
What does equal access look like for those with disabilities, including those with medically-necessary dietary needs (food allergies, celiac disease, cancer) mean for meeting planners and food service providers? Mary Vargas talks about culture misconceptions about having a disabiliity...a major life impairment. She wants everyone to know they have …
 
We are talking all about how to create your life with intention. I know you’ll love this replay conversation I had with Danielle LaPorte last September. Bottomline, there’s one key question that you need to ask yourself FIRST when deciding what goals you want to go after next… “How do you want to feel?” That’s it. Deceptively simple… but profoundly…
 
At the “onset” of COVID-19 shut-down, Tracy chatted with Ben Chapman, food safety specialist, extension specialist and professor at North Carolina State University on what and how meeting organizers should be concerned about as it relates to food safety in general and with the coronavirus. From cleaning and sanitizing, seating, service methods (eve…
 
If you don’t have a food allergy, you might feel imposed upon for a meal, an hour, a day a few days, preparing a meal for your guest, employee or family member. Those with food allergies don't get weekends. Don't get nights off. Food allergies don't go on vacation. “This is life.” And so it makes living day to day very different having to manage th…
 
Tracy Stuckrath launches the Eating at a Meeting podcast, explaining how she got here and what she will focusing on with the interviews and information provided in each show. Through authentic stories that illustrate the financial, social, emotional, and mental impact food and beverage have on individuals, organizations, and the earth, Eating at a …
 
Are you ready to reclaim your time and energy back? If there’s one thing I’ve learned so far during this pandemic, it’s this… now, more than ever before, I’m finding it’s time to give myself permission to do less. Slow down my pace. Create more breathing room and reclaim some much needed space in my daily schedule. Which reminded me of this incredi…
 
Today, we are talking all about how to stock a plant-based ‘pandemic pantry!’ If the last few months have taught us anything, it’s that we (might) need to be more prepared. Who knows if or when we will go into a second lockdown and access to grocery stores and healthy foods become difficult to find once again? My special guest today is the founder …
 
Ryan Van Asten, Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Calgary Flames, joins host Alan Selby to discuss his career progression, training philosophies and advice for young training coaches who want to becoming involved in the National Hockey League. Ryan is in his sixth season with the Calgary Flames, coordinating the overall strength and condition…
 
Q: how do we create work-life balance during a pandemic? For most of us, our regular routines have been thrown out the window. So, how do we pick up the pieces before the next wave happens? My special guest today is business coach & psychotherapist Nancy Florence and she’s simplifying how to (once again) create a sense of work-life balance in a pan…
 
Q: are you feeling run-down, exhausted, stressed, and wish you could boost your immune system? I don’t blame ya! Life is wacky right now and you might be feeling the effects of it all, physically and mentally. My special guest today is Dr. Uma Naidoo and she’s simplifying how to boost your immune system. And surprisingly enough, it’s simpler than y…
 
For many of us, 2020 has turned into a crisis situation and people are finding it hard to thrive. What can we learn from the Titanic survivors? Almost every aspect of life has certainly changed or shifted this year due to COVID-19. And while everyone’s experience is different, not everyone feels like they are bouncing back quite yet. My special gue…
 
Host Alan Selby sits down with Syl Lemelin, Supervisor of the Fitness and Active Lifestyle Unit of the Edmonton Police Services. Syl has over 20 years experience in police fitness, personal training and strength conditioning. He oversees the physical abilities testing of police applicants, recruits, and fitness assessment of sworn members. Before w…
 
Q: do you wish you were a bit more courageous? Do you find that you step back when you wish you could step forward? Or that you (always) get passed up for an opportunity that you know was perfect for you? My special guest today is author Dr. Deb Gorton and she’s simplifying how to be more courageous in life, both personally and professionally. This…
 
Q: are you ready to get unstuck in your life? It’s time, you’re ready. There’s no better moment than now. My special guest today is author (and fan favorite) Lisa Linfield and she’s simplifying how to get unstuck in life. So much has changed recently in your life in a relatively short amount of time, am I right? And for some, you might feel totally…
 
Q: have you been faced with death recently, either in your immediate circle or in your community? As many of us are realizing how fragile life really is, we’re starting to reimagine things in new ways. Life, death, rebirth and start once again. It’s an age old concept but one to evaluate with new eyes, especially now. My special guest today is Jess…
 
Q: are you feeling like your relationships need a bit of strengthening right now, especially through COVID-19? For many of us, we’ve been in lockdown with our partners, children, and roommates, spending more time with them than you’ve likely spent in years! Things are getting frayed at the edges, to say the least. Welp, time to bring in the big gun…
 
Q: how do you live a life of substance in an artificial world? For so long, we’ve been a society that ranks celebrities over charities and pretty over profound, especially in women. This has led us to overworking, a constant dread of “not enough-ness,” and a never-ending yearning to consume. It’s toxic, vapid, and I dare say, it’s starting to break…
 
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