Episode 42: Katrina Hadden


Name: Katrina Hadden Today’s guest Life Athlete is Katrina Hadden. Katrina is a real estate agent, personal coach, health advocate and model.  In everything she does she strives to bring out the beauty in situations and to empower others to see the beauty in themselves and in the world around them.

Habit of Thought:


“I’ll sit and I’ll think of 5-6 things that I’m really grateful for from the day”

Habit of Action:

I work out at the day 3-4 times a week and I’m very cautious of how I fuel my body.

Greatest area of strength: “People say I bring out the best in people.”

Training for this area:

I would encourage people to release their fear. Web Resource:


Book: The Miracle of Mindfulness: An Introduction to the Practice of Meditation - Thich Nhat Hanh

“The importance of applying mindfulness to your daily life and habits.. It's incredible how your world changes and I'm a huge fan of Thich Nhat Hanh this was given to me by a monk in Nepal”



Youtube: Katpisces

www.katrinhadden.com (site is under construction still)


Episode 41: T.K. McLennon


Name: T.K. McLennon Today’s guest Life Athlete is T.K. McLennon. T.K. is the brain behind the book Trailblasian: Black Women Living in East Asia. Toronto-born T.K. McLennon is a former assistant professor of International Studies in South Korea, and a former Management Studies instructor at a university in Toronto. She is also the founder of Culturiousity.com.

Habit of Thought:

“What is the most powerful thing I can do in this situation”

Habit of Action: -Early to bed, early to rise.

-Wake up, put on the kettle and drink hot water and lemon.

Greatest area of strength: Communication

Training for this area:

Learn to listen, actively. Have a genuine desire to hear people. Be present.

Book: Power vs. Force - David R. Hawkins M.D. Ph.D.

Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1 – Deckle Edge

The Conscious Parent: Transforming Ourselves, Empowering Our Children - Dr. Shefali Tsabary

Trailblasian - T.K. McLennon Web Resource:







Episode 12: Sara Andrews


Sara Andrews is the co founder and C.E.O. of Bumbleroot foods. Sara founded Bumbleroot to provide delicious, unique, and nutritious food products to consumers in the U.S. and to create income opportunities for the farmers and harvesters who supply the ingredients. Habit of Thought:

-Think BIG. Don’t worry about the details and get back into the visioning mode.

-Gratitude. Remember how lucky you are!

Habit of Action:

Engage with life, magical things will happen.

Greatest area of strength: 

Moms take: A dreamer

Sara’s take: A vision of how to make things better and an ability to make it happen.

Training for this area:

Play. Engage with something and take on a new skill to get yourself out of your head.


Fire starter sessions -

the Desire Map

The Artist's Way - Julia Cameron

Web resource:




Instagram: @sarabumble

Twitter: @sarabumble

Episode 4: Kristian Bruun

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[fusion_text]Kristian Bruun might best be known as Constable Slugger Jackson on the Murdoch Mysteries and Donnie Hendrix on BBC America’s Orphan Black. He’s also the frontman for the band “Franklin’s Fault” and an old friend from University. He’s one of the most caring, genuine and entertaining people I’ve met. In this episode, Kristian shares about his process and the experience of being an actor and a Life Athlete.

Habit of Thought:

“Be prepared”

Habit of Action:

“Do the work”



Medicine Walk - Richard Wagamese

“One of the most beautiful, poingant books I’ve ever read. Just stunningly told”

Web Resource:



How to plan an orgy in a small town


Twitter: @thebruun Instagram:  Bonnycastle


Episode 3: Robin Conelley


[fusion_text]Among other things, Robin is the founder of Ninja Camp Bali. She welcomed me in for the day at Ninja camp and sat down with me to share her story.

Habit of Thought:

Embrace change

Habit of Action:

Take time for yourself (don’t just fight through)

Greatest Area of Strength:


Training For This Area:

Be present. Keep bringing your focus back to where you are.


Moby Dick - Herman Melville

The Unbearable Lightness of Being - Milan Kundera

If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him: The Pilgrimage Of Psychotherapy Patients