118: “My sport is something that I do, it’s not who I am.” - My interview with Entrepreneur, Author, and former UGA Swimmer, Nick Salyers

July 11, 2018
In the 118th episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview entrepreneur, author, and former UGA swimmer, Nick Salyers.
 
“My sport is something that I do, it’s not who I am.” Your identity is so much bigger than the circumstance you are in right now. Though you consider yourself an athlete, an entrepreneur, a student, any title you can think of, that is not who you are, it is something you are doing right now. Nick Salyers learned that firsthand through his own collegiate athletic journey and into his life as an entrepreneur. In being lead by something so much larger than himself, and rooting his identity and worth not in his sport, but in a belief in God, Nick notes: “A bad race didn’t destroy me and a good race didn’t build me up unnecessarily. I was able to stay level-headed. My faith did that.” Remaining steadfast in the most challenging and in the most rewarding moments, Nick was able to keep a level head and continue to push forward into the bright future he is called into.
 
I am so happy that I had the opportunity to speak with him about his journey through faith, sports, and entrepreneurship, and I hope you all enjoy my interview with Nick Salyers.
 
For more on Nick, visit  and follow him on Facebook and Instagram. If you would like to purchase his and Caleb’s book, Collegiate: 7 Big Ideas to Make College Awesome, you can do so on Amazon. To keep up with the adventures of Nick and Caleb, you can follow along on Facebook and Instagram. You can also learn more about Champion Tribes here.
 
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Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
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117: “Humans were made to keep moving forward, not to remain stagnant.” - My interview with Pastor, Entrepreneur, and former professional basketball player, Adrian Crawford

July 4, 2018
In the 117th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview pastor, entrepreneur, and former professional basketball player, Adrian Crawford.
 
“Humans were made to keep moving forward, not to remain stagnant.” Our nature tells us to keep moving forward, so Adrian Crawford leaned in and never stopped pressing onward. From athlete to entrepreneur to pastor, Adrian has successfully made numerous transitions in his lifetime, noting that faith in something larger than himself is what helped him through. Whether in moments of outright fear or complete certainty, Adrian’s faith sustained him.
 
I hope you all enjoy my discussion with and the inspiring wisdom of Adrian Crawford.
 
For more on Adrian, visit http://www.adriancrawfordlive.com/ and follow him on Facebook and Instagram. If you are interested in registering for his New Rules Conference, coming up in October, you can sign up and secure your spot today.
 
If you guys enjoy Keep Moving Forward and want to tell me so, I would love for you to leave me a review on iTunes. And if you really like my show and would like for me to give you a shout out at the beginning of my next episode, you can donate as little as $1 to my podcast and become a loyal patron at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward.
 
Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
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116: “Keep saying yes until God says no.” - The importance of taking that first step forward, even when the path isn’t visible yet

June 27, 2018
In the 116th episode of Keep Moving Forward I discuss my journey through radio and podcasting over the past year and the importance of taking that first step forward, even when the path isn’t visible yet.
 
One of my favorite sayings is “just keep saying yes until God says no.” I believe wholeheartedly in trying everything you possibly can until you find yourself on the path you were always meant to walk. The terrifying part is that you might not even see the path. It might be completely covered in leaves and rocks. To the point where when you stumble upon it, you won’t even recognize that it’s a path at all. And that’s where your faith comes in. You have to believe that what you are doing matters and is going to bring good to the world. You have to know that what you feel called to do isn’t crazy or purposeless, it is on your heart because it is precisely what you are uniquely qualified to bring into the world. You have to find that courage to boldly take that first step forward, even when there is no visible path in site. You have to trust that as you continue to walk courageously forward into all that you are called to be, that path will become clear and each step you take will eventually be upon solid ground. So, what are you waiting for? Take your first step, persevere no matter what, and always, always, always keep moving forward. The world is waiting for someone just like you.
 
To learn more about Business RadioX and you can follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. To learn more about Women in Technology, you can follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. To stay up to date on all things Keep Moving Forward, subscribe on iTunes and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
 
If you guys enjoy Keep Moving Forward and want to tell me so, I would love for you to leave me a review on iTunes. And if you really like my show and would like for me to give you a shout out at the beginning of my next episode, you can donate as little as $1 to my podcast and become a loyal patron at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward.
 
Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
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115: “Our best response when doors open to us is to just walk through them.” - My interview with host and producer of the Sports Spectrum Podcast, Jason Romano

June 20, 2018
In the 115th episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview host and producer of the Sports Spectrum Podcast, Author, Speaker, and former ESPN producer, Jason Romano.
 
“Our best response when doors open to us is to just walk through them.” Keep saying “yes” until God says “no” and keep moving forward. Jason Romano lives this out fully every day of his life. From ESPN producer to entrepreneur, Jason has done it all, and lets his light shine for God the entire way. His journey is one of encouragement, perseverance, and unwavering faith, even in the midst of adversity, and I am honored by the chance to help share his story. I hope you all enjoy my interview with Jason Romano.
 
For more on Jason, visit http://jasonromano.com/ and follow him on Facebook and Twitter. Don’t forget to subscribe to his Sports Spectrum Podcast to stay up to date on all things at the intersection of faith and sports. In honor of Father’s Day, order your copy of his latest book, Live to Forgive, today.
 
If you guys enjoy Keep Moving Forward and want to tell me so, I would love for you to leave me a review on iTunes. And if you really like my show and would like for me to give you a shout out at the beginning of my next episode, you can donate as little as $1 to my podcast and become a loyal patron at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward.
 
Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
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114: “I want to be remembered for not being afraid to go after what I want.” - My interview CrossFit Level 2 Trainer and future Police Officer, Lindsey Walker.

June 13, 2018
In the 114th episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview CrossFit Level 2 Trainer and future Police Officer, Lindsey Walker.
 
“I want to be remembered for not being afraid to go after what I want.” At just 24 years old, there is no doubt that Lindsey Walker has already established the legacy of being a person who is never afraid to go after what she wants. From athlete, to coach, to aspiring Police Officer, Lindsey continually pushes forward through the obstacles ahead of her all the while serving others around her in any way she can. Noting that being a part of a community like CrossFit makes her want to push herself to be a better person and to help others, she carries this mentality over into all areas of her life. I am truly honored for the opportunity to help share her story, and I can’t wait for you to listen in to my interview with Lindsey Walker.
 
To learn more about Lindsey, you can follow along with her journey on Facebook and Instagram.
 
If you guys enjoy Keep Moving Forward and want to tell me so, I would love for you to leave me a review on iTunes. And if you really like my show and would like for me to give you a shout out at the beginning of my next episode, you can donate as little as $1 to my podcast and become a loyal patron at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward.
 
Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
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113: “I’m either all in or not at all. Black or white. Never gray.” - My interview with Co-Founder of 31-South and former collegiate tennis player, Tami McQueen

June 6, 2018
In the 113th episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview Co-Founder of 31 South and former collegiate tennis player, Tami McQueen.
 
“I’m either all in or not at all. Black or white. Never gray.” For Tami McQueen, there is no grey area. We need to simply go all in and stop worrying about tomorrow as if it is promised. As is reflective of her entire life, Tami truly does just decide to do something, and simply goes after it. Nothing derails her, nothing distracts her, and her entrepreneurial and athlete mind and drive ensure that she will continue on this strong path for the rest of her inspiring days. I am so happy that I was given the chance to speak with and help share her remarkable story, and I hope you all enjoy my interview with Tami McQueen.
 
For more on Tami, visit https://www.31south.io/ and follow Tami on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. If you would like to see Tami in action, head to the Atlanta Tech Village on Monday June 18th at 6:30pm for The Creative Curve Book Launch Party. Get your tickets today!
 
If you guys enjoy Keep Moving Forward and want to tell me so, I would love for you to leave me a review on iTunes. And if you really like my show and would like for me to give you a shout out at the beginning of my next episode, you can donate as little as $1 to my podcast and become a loyal patron at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward.
 
Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
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112: “God just doesn’t ever waste your gift. With God, you stay relevant, you never have to live in the past.” - My interview with Chelsea Terwilliger at True North Church in Savannah, GA

May 30, 2018
In the 112th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Chelsea Terwilliger with True North Church in Savannah, Georgia.
 
“God just doesn’t ever waste your gift. With God, you stay relevant, you never have to live in the past.” Knowing full well that anything she left behind paled in comparison to what lay ahead, Chelsea Terwilliger walked boldly forward into the calling God placed on her life and entered full-time ministry. Never letting the fear of the unknown derail her, Chelsea is a living testament to the amazing things that can happen in your life if only you have the courage to step out and step up.
 
I am grateful for the chance to help share her story, and I hope you are all encouraged by my discussion with Chelsea Terwilliger.
 
To learn more about Chelsea, visit https://www.truenorthsavannah.com/ and follow True North Savannah on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
If you guys enjoy Keep Moving Forward and want to tell me so, I would love for you to leave me a review on iTunes. And if you really like my show and would like for me to give you a shout out at the beginning of my next episode, you can donate as little as $1 to my podcast and become a loyal patron at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward.
Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
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111: “You have to follow YOUR dream, otherwise, you’ll spend the rest of your damn life working for someone else who did.” - My interview with Author, Speaker, and former Hockey Gopher, Ross Bernstein

May 23, 2018
In the 111th episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview author, speaker, and former Hockey Gopher, Ross Bernstein.
 
“You have to follow YOUR dream, otherwise, you’ll spend the rest of your damn life working for someone else who did.” From the Gopher of Hockey to a critically acclaimed author, Ross Bernstein is the epitome of an individual who worked his absolute hardest to get a seat at the table he wanted to be at. Along his own journey through athletics, Ross realized that the only way to get what you want is through relentless hard work. You may not end up where you initially intended to go, but you will end up where you were always meant to be. Without a doubt this is one of my favorite interviews to date, and I hope you all enjoy my discussion with Ross Bernstein.
 
To learn more about Ross, visit http://www.rossbernsteinspeaking.com/ and follow him on Twitter. To learn more about the Herb Brooks Foundation, visit https://www.herbbrooksfoundation.com.
If you guys enjoy Keep Moving Forward and want to tell me so, I would love for you to leave me a review on iTunes. And if you really like my show and would like for me to give you a shout out at the beginning of my next episode, you can donate as little as $1 to my podcast and become a loyal patron at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward.
Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
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110: “Remind yourself that there are always other opportunities.” - My interview with Chemical Engineer at Georgia Pacific and former Georgia Tech track and field athlete, Zack Fanelty

May 16, 2018
In the 110th episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview Chemical Engineer with Georgia Pacific and former Georgia Tech track and field athlete, Zack Fanelty.
 
“Remind yourself that there are always other opportunities.” Just because one door closes, that does not mean your journey is over. You must keep persevering and keep pressing forward until you find that door you were meant to walk through. That is what Zack Fanelty did his entire life and all the way through his track career at Georgia Tech and beyond. It was a privilege to speak with him and I hope you all enjoy my discussion with Zack Fanelty.
 
To learn more about Zack, you can follow him on Facebook and Instagram.
If you guys enjoy Keep Moving Forward and want to tell me so, I would love for you to leave me a review on iTunes. And if you really like my show and would like for me to give you a shout out at the beginning of my next episode, you can donate as little as $1 to my podcast and become a loyal patron at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward.
Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
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109: “Even when things feel dark or hopeless, there is still a fire, however small, that will never go out.” - My Interview with Aspiring Nurse and Former KSU Lacrosse Player, Taylor Southerland

May 9, 2018
In the 109th episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview aspiring nurse and former Kennesaw State University lacrosse player, Taylor Southerland.
 
“Even when things feel dark or hopeless, there is still a fire, however small, that will never go out.” When Taylor recognized her sophomore year of college that sports anchored her, she determined to make a mental shift. Though she loved lacrosse and the passion she had for playing (and playing at the NCAA Division I level, no less) ran deep in her heart, she knew it would be impossible to sustain herself through college and beyond by placing her worth in something that was already starting to fail her. She noticed that “Even though all these great things were happening, I couldn’t figure out why I still felt so empty” so, in that realization, Taylor determined to give her life to Jesus. Taylor’s testimony is one of perseverance and relentless vision and drive, and I am so grateful for the opportunity I was given to meet and speak with her. I hope you all enjoy my discussion with Taylor Southerland.
 
To learn more about Taylor, you can follow her on Facebook and Instagram. You can also learn more about High Point Church.
If you guys enjoy Keep Moving Forward and want to tell me so, I would love for you to leave me a review on iTunes. And if you really like my show and would like for me to give you a shout out at the beginning of my next episode, you can donate as little as $1 to my podcast and become a loyal patron at https://www.patreon.com/keepmovingforward.
Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
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