How Sarah Neukom and Matt Woodburn Elevate Non-Profits, Artists, and Each Other

Purpose-driven, luxurious experiences that have heart—that’s what you can expect from an event by these co-founders.

Contributing Generously on the #WeGotGoals podcast

On this episode of the #WeGotGoals podcast, the four co-hosts wrap up the last set of guests with “better, faster, stronger” goals & discuss what contributing generously means to them.

How Jillian Bell and Paul Downs Colaizzo Take Small Steps Toward Big Goals—and How the Marathon has Changed All of Us

Cindy talks to Jillian Bell and Paul Colaizzo of “Brittany Runs A Marathon” about their big goals.

Cyclebar’s Tevia Celli on the Transformative Power of Group Fitness

“I have to make sure I’m as centered and balanced as I can be, no matter what comes my way.”

Getting Better, Faster, and Stronger on the #WeGotGoals podcast

On this hostful episode of #WeGotGoals, we wrap up the “Building a Better Earth” series of episodes and kick off our “Better, Faster, Stronger” focus.

Water Guardian Debra Shore Builds Coalitions to Protect Our Most Vital Resource—and You Can Help

On this week’s #WeGotGoals, Debra Shore, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, implores us to be more thoughtful about how we use and protect water.

How Ale Breuer and Kim Marsh of Ezza Nails Are Launching a Beauty Revolution

ezza nails co-founders Ale Breuer and Kim Marsh are passionate about driving “the nail care revolution.”

How Robyn LaLonde of EDGE Athlete Lounge Created “Cheers for Athletes”

Robyn LaLonde and husband Brian built a space where athletes can “do hard things together,” she tells us.

How Runstreet’s Marnie Kunz Creates an Artistic, Athletic Community

When was the last time you really noticed the street art on your running route? Marnie Kunz wants to change that.

How Jillian Lorenz Built The Barre Code, a Fitness Empire that Empowers Women

Jillian Lorenz, co-CEO of The Barre Code, reflects on how The Barre Code changed studio fitness and how she balances being a mom and a business woman.

These Four Chicagoans Are Using Fitness to Make a Big Difference in Their Communities—and You Can Help Them

We gathered the panelists from our recent #SweatworkingWeek: Perspectives in Equity panel to continue the conversation around using fitness as a catalyst for change.

How Dr. Mark Cucuzzella Goes Slow to Go Fast—Really Fast

On the podcast, Dr. Mark Cucuzzella talks marathon training, his method of open-minded self-experimentation, and his refusal to blindly accept conventional wisdom.

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