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You know that thing you've been thinking about doing? Why Not Now? Amy Jo Martin, a New York Times Best-Selling Author and Personal Branding pioneer, created this show because she believes the world will be a better place if more people ask themselves, "Why Not Now?". Each episode you'll hear from Amy Jo herself and a professional Why Notter - guests like Mark Cuban, Jessica Alba, Tony Robbins, Barbara Corcoran, Billy Corgan and more - and learn how they answered the question then took actio ...
 
A journalist who undertakes a life threatening mission to impress the woman he loves, a mysterious plateau in South America that none of the locals dare to enter and an adventurous English aristocrat are all charectors you will encounter in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World. With Dinosaurs, ape-men, diamonds and secret tunnels the book is filled with enough action, excitement, drama and adventure to go around. For Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts, Conan Doyle's hero in this book Professor C ...
 
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Annie Duke is an Author, Speaker, Decision Strategist and former World Champion Poker Professional. In this episode, Annie and Amy Jo dive deep into decision making. Do you have a Why Not Now? idea in the back of your mind and you’re thinking “when X happens, THEN I can move forward”? Annie has been there. She shares valuable advice and tactics you…
 
We caught up with Club Cicli Artigianali's Bob Johnson and Chris Netherclift who talk us through the amazing world of vintage bikes. How they started collecting them, the amazing craftsmanship, the growing global movement, Eroica and many other events, how you can start collecting, their London cycling club and the growth it has seen and much more.…
 
Greg McKeown is the New York Times Bestselling Author of "Essentialism" & this episode is essential listening for these frantic times we live in. Greg talks through essentialism vs non-essentialism & how if you don't prioritize your life someone else will. He also discusses the value of consistency, asks if you can answer the question “What’s impor…
 
Fascinating chat with cycling journalist Tom Owen about the stresses of covering this season, how live feeds work, some of his amazing adventures and articles for the likes of CyclingTips, including bike packing in Spain and Macedonia. We also discuss cycling in Jordan, Greece and many other destinations. Tom also gives us an amazing insight into t…
 
On today’s episode, I was lucky enough to chat with Mik Zazon. Mik is a writer, speaker, and creator. She’s the founder of the #normalizenormalbodies movement, and I’m just one of her hundreds of thousands of fans on Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok. On this episode we talk about: what hitting “rock bottom” looked like, and how it inspired her to com…
 
Jen Wong is the Chief Operating Officer at Reddit. In case you didn’t know, Reddit is an online network of communities, with over 430+ million average monthly active users. In short, Reddit is a big deal. In this episode, Jen and Amy Jo discuss the professional and personal decisions Jen made on her path to becoming COO of Reddit, which involved, a…
 
Alex Ostroy of Ostroy, NYVeloCity, NYFG gives us an amazing insight to his story, the New York cycling scene, the amazing brand he's built with Ostroy, the growth and success of NYVeloCity.com and its involvement in Lance Armstrong's outing. He's also been involved in some amazing community cycling projects growing the sport in NYC including I Chal…
 
Jeff Sutherland is one of the founders of Scrum & is an efficiency & productivity legend. In simple terms, Scrum is a framework that helps people work together. In this episode, Jeff & Amy Jo discuss the specifics about Scrum, from how it was developed to what you need to do in order to adopt these proven methods regardless of your situation, wheth…
 
If I sound like I have a crush on Valeria Lipovetsky, it’s because I low-key do: I find her so inspiring as an entrepreneur and as a human in general. In this episode, we talk about: her childhood and why her family left Russia her relationship to money and wealth growing up as an immigrant, later as a model, and now if she married her husband for …
 
If you missed out on Amy Jo’s live Masterclass sessions, you’re in luck! We wanted to bring you a special extra episode this week and share one of the Masterclasses in podcast form. The Renegade Roadmap for Humanizing & Monetizing Your Personal Brand Masterclass is packed full of valuable information to help you grow your brand online. You’ll bust …
 
Nikki Brafman creates abundant miracles. She is a Human Design Reader, Business Coach and Mom. In this episode, Nikki shares her personality tool, so before you listen go to https://www.nikkibrafman.com/chart and get your Energy Type. It takes less than a minute. Then come back and listen along as Nikki dives into the different Energy Types found i…
 
This week we caught up with Velon CEO Graham Bartlett to hear about the superb work Velon have been doing since their inception. Some of the challenges they have faced along the way, where they are trying to get to, the Hammer Series, how best to get their content, what YOU can be doing as a fan to help grow the sport and we also need your help ...…
 
We caught up with John Croom to hear about his amazing journey from playing American Football and competing as a heavyweight wrestler to becoming an elite track cyclist, a US record holder, with multiple national titles and a Pan American Games win. He's also got a brilliant podcast - The Coffee and Van chats podcast - works with some top sponsors …
 
Dr. Meredith Provost is a minivan-driving mom and fertility doctor who started sharing her voice online this year. She had no social media footprint when she became a Renegade student. Fast-forward and she goes viral on TikTok. Meredith shares step-by-step how this happened and how she started owning her voice. Her message resonated because she sho…
 
This week's guest is Ksenia Avdulova. Ksenia is a speaker, educator, founder of Breakfast Criminals and host of the Woke & Wired Podcast. In this episode, Amy Jo Martin and Ksenia discuss how to take action by trusting your intuition even when it may not make sense. Ksenia also shares how she stays in alignment with herself while setting goals and …
 
I am SO excited to share today’s episode, which is our second episode all the pros and cons of having kids. It came out of an Instagram Q&A where someone asked what Zack and I were doing, and I said we were undecided and then asked people how they decided—and the responses were so fascinating, I knew I had to make it into a podcast. This episode fe…
 
We caught up with top chef Henrik Orre who talks us through his journey from becoming a chef to building a Two Michelin Star restaurant and then moving into cycling; firstly with the Norwegian Cycling Federation and then with Team Sky where he spent five years. He gives us a brilliant insight into what the riders eat and when, the logistics of how …
 
Imagine having a baby, moving cities, going through a divorce, and starting a new business that generated 6 figures all in ONE year. Life Coach and this week's guest, Jules Webber did just that. In this episode, Jules and Amy Jo discuss how Jules navigated those crazy twelve months. It started just after her divorce when she realized she was approa…
 
Glennon Doyle is the #1 New York Times Best-Selling Author of "Untamed" & "Love Warrior". She is also the Founder & President of Together Rising. Amy Jo & Glennon dive deep into her incredible story from struggling with addiction to her path to sobriety. Glennon discusses how she learned to shape the pain she endured into acts of service. Glennon a…
 
Talia Pollock is an author and the founder of Party In My Plants. In this episode, Talia and Amy Jo talk through Talia’s Why Not Now? Moment that came when she realized she was being recognized as “The Party In My Plants Lady” and not who she was as a person. You see, Talia is more than just that title suggests. She’s worked for David Letterman, Co…
 
My guest today is Lifeway Kefir CEO Julie Smolyansky. Julie has an incredible story—when she was just 27 years old her father died, and she took over the family business, becoming the youngest female CEO of a publicly traded firm. And she thrived, growing Lifeway Kefir from doing $12 million dollars in revenue to over $100 million dollars today. Sh…
 
Rory Sutherland has seen a lot and he kindly joined us after La Flèche Wallonne last week to talk us through his career; from arriving in Europe, his early years in Belgium with Rabobank, before racing in the US for five years and returning to ride in Europe with Saxo Tinkoff, Movistar, UAE Team Emirates and now Israel Start Up Nation. We talk abou…
 
Welcome to our third morning/evening routine episode! In these episodes, we shake things up a bit in this episode by going inside the morning and evening routines of some of the wellness world’s biggest celebrities. You can listen and just enjoy a sneak peek, or steal some of their genius ideas to try at home! In Part One, I shared the routines of …
 
We absolutely loved catching up with former pro, coach, bio-hacker and podcaster Anthony Walsh about his career and journey. From racing in France and the US, to running multiple businesses before taking stock and discovering a new way to train and lead your life, which is now what he is sharing with you all through his Roadman Cycling coaching and…
 
Danika Brysha has spent the past decade building her personal brand by showing up on social media as her authentic self. In doing so, she’s built a community of people ready to convert when she launches something new. Case in point, when she launched The Self Care Society, Danika didn’t need to worry about how to get people in the door because ther…
 
We caught up with professional 'cycling bum' Alain Rumpf about his 36 years in cycling. From racing to working with the UCI for 20 years, to cycling guiding in the Swiss Alps to now, providing some of the most wonderful cycling content we all love to see. We discuss a tremendous amount, from the tarnished era of cycling – doping and its impact – th…
 
For over 15 years Lauren Mitrick Wood has been absolutely crushing it in the Real Estate game. Lauren specializes in residential sales and works with a myriad of clients including first-time buyers, sellers, renters and investors, in the greater Chicago area. She is also the founder of the lifestyle real estate brand Olive Well as well as a Renegad…
 
This is the fourth edition of Ask the Doctor, where I ask functional medicine doctors a ton of questions in a single episode so you can reap the benefits of all of their knowledge (check out the first episode, featuring Dr. Will Cole talking about inflammation, hormone balance, birth control, and more, here; the second episode, which features Dr. E…
 
We caught up with Ian Field who is 5 times British Cyclocross Champion about his journey, British Cycling, Mountain Biking, Cyclocross obsession in Belgium, Wout van Aert, Matthew van der Poel, Toon Aerts, Tom Pidcock, approaches to coaching, his Veld Cycling coaching business, cyclocross for schools and much more. Get in touch with Ian or learn mo…
 
Dr. Melanie McNally is a psychologist and author; specializing in helping teens and young adults build self confidence, manage anxiety, and achieve their goals. She helps them become the super heroes of their life story. In this episode, Melanie shares the Why Not Now? moment when she decided to move her successful therapy practice from the physica…
 
Listening to the inspirational author James Nestor talk about his new book, Breathe, on the Joe Rogan Podcast, he mentioned the amazing Iced Viking - Chuck McGee III. We dropped Chuck a note to see if he wanted to join us on the podcast and despite his post Rogan fame, luckily for us, he agreed. Over the last year or so, we'd become more conscious …
 
Oprah calls her a hero. At age 19, Amy Purdy was given a 2% chance to live after being diagnosed with meningitis. Due to a lack of circulation, she lost her legs below the knees. After this life-altering experience, Amy has gone on to become a Paralympian snowboard champion, ABC's Dancing With The Stars runner-up, author, speaker, and co-founder of…
 
My guest today is Jules Acree. Jules is a wellness writer, entrepreneur, and video content creator behind Om & The City. It’s her daily mission to bring wellness down-to-earth and to help others simplify life to find more joy. She is also the founder of The Homebodies, an online shop for low-waste, intentional living. On this episode, we discuss: H…
 
Elaine Wellness founder, Elaine Morrison joins Amy Jo on the show this week. Elaine’s Why Not Now is engrained in her company. After facing health issues, Elaine took it upon herself to create a solution that would become Elaine Wellness. She shares her entrepreneurial journey, from building a product in a field she wasn’t familiar with, to what ha…
 
Dr. Gay Hendricks has been a leader in the fields of relationship transformation and body-mind transformation for more than 45 years. He earned his Ph.D. from Stanford and served as Professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Colorado for 21 years. Gay has written more than 40 books, two of my favorites include The Big Leap and Five Wis…
 
Triathlon on a cycling podcast? We caught up with the CEO of XTRI Stuart McInnes about their 14 amazing endurance events in some of the most spectacular and challenging terrains in the world. It is triathlon but not as you know it as they seek to create stunning experiences that are far beyond the athletic endeavour. We discuss the synergies in the…
 
My guest today is the incredible Glennon Doyle. Glennon is the author of the two number one NYTimes bestsellers, Love Warrior, and more recently, Untamed. She’s also the founder of Together Rising, an all-women led nonprofit organization that has raised over $25 Million for women, families and children in crisis. She lives in Florida with her wife …
 
We caught up with Rich Lang, who basically ticks every box with regards to the guests we have on the show and the topics we like to cover. He's an Australian former pro, having raced internationally with the Australian Institute of Sport alongside Michal Matthews, Luke Durbridge and Rohan Dennis; before racing with Pro-Conti team Rapha in the UK. A…
 
This is our 200th episode! Whether you’ve been with us since #1 or you’re a 1st-time listener, thank you. We can’t do this without you. For this episode, Amy Jo’s husband Richard becomes the Why Not Now? host, putting Amy Jo in the hot seat. Amy Jo shares what she considers to be her biggest Why Not Now? moment, one that brings her true internal jo…
 
We caught up with charismatic former pro rider, team manager, top coach and founder of the innovative SpatzWear - Tom Barras. We talk through his racing career taking on some of the biggest races in the world while living in Belgium before returning to the UK to race domestically picking up 100 wins in the process. He set up a successful coaching c…
 
We caught up with industry insider Troy de Haas. Former Australian athlete Troy moved into cycling from travel when he took up the position of Head of Sport with BMC. Based in Switzerland, he was responsible for looking after their pro team, as well as their mountain bike, triathlon and other athletes and ambassadors. He oversaw tremendous success …
 
Your “Why Not Now?” moment may not always be about starting something new. What happens if that moment comes when it’s time to end something? Eran Zinman, Co-Founder & CTO of monday.com, and Amy Jo discuss that very thing in this episode. Eran’s “Why Not Now?” came after he realized he hadn’t validated the idea for his first company properly and ha…
 
We caught up with Hans Flensted-Jensen, a Danish cyclist living in Oslo, Norway; about cycling in both countries, gravel, bike-packing, Dare Bikes, Uno X Pro race team, mid-summer riding through the night and building one of the most thriving cycling communities anywhere in the world, the Oslo Dawn Patrol. With its twice weekly rides they've had ov…
 
My guest today is the amazing Stephanie Danler. Stephanie is the author of Sweetbitter, which was a NYTimes best-selling, phenomenally successful book and TV show, and now. She recently published her deeply personal memoir, Stray. On this episode, we talk about: how her publishing Sweetbitter impacted her decision to have a child how her huge succe…
 
A delightful catch up with legendary Brian Smith. We talk through his career, racing one of the dirtiest Giro's in history, being Lance Armstrong's teammate at Motorola in 1994, twice winning the British Championship, being an Olympian, the challenges of doping and EPO. We also discuss his career as as a team manager at Cervelo Test Team, NetApp En…
 
Miss Susan Cushing of Croydon receives a parcel in the post that contains two severed human ears packed in coarse salt. Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard suspects a prank by three medical students whom Miss Cushing was forced to evict because of their unruly behaviour. The parcel was sent from Belfast, the city of origin of one of the former boar…
 
Cindy Eckert has built and sold two pharmaceutical companies and she's the creator of the Little Pink Pill. Cindy exited that company for more than a billion dollars, and in total has $1.5bn worth of exits, but who's counting? Right? Cindy writes her own rules and defines what it means to be a renegade. The woman is unapologetically true to herself…
 
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