Episode:

67

What’s important now, with STEPH CORKER

The MVMT Challenge & the thinkspace podcast teamed up to answer the question, how do we make the most of this unprecedented time? Who better to offer leadership than Human Capital Consultant, Corker Co. Founder, and professional Ironman Athlete, Steph Corker. Steph and thinkspace host Joss Biggins riff about what this ‘new normal’ is, how we can unlock the human potential, creating resiliency and easing anxiety. What are the skills we need now? How do we create a new baseline? How can we frame this time in our lives mentally? These questions and more one episode 67 of the thinkspace podcast. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to hear more!

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“things have always been uncertain, we have just wanted to control things so badly that we’ve refused to believe in the uncertainty"
Steph Corker
Entrepreneur and Professional Athlete

the substance.

In this episode, you’ll hear about:

  • How does Business Women and Athletes pivot under COVID-19 Circumstances 
  • KEY TAKEAWAYS to Stabilize Your Mental Health 
  • Why your pace is the only one that matters. 
  • What is a personal board of directors? 
  • Impact of your language on your thinking

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guest bio.

Steph Corker is the founder of a Human Capital Consulting business, The Corker Collective, with her brother, Matt Corker . She started her own company in the Summer of 2014, shortly after parting ways with Lululemon where she spent 6 years focusing on their recruitment and ‘people branding strategy.’ In 2016, the Corkers also launched The Manager Start Line training programs to develop an effective leadership module for managers in training. Steph is sincerely passionate about human potential and exploring what is possible from sweaty start lines to year end finish lines. She believes in stretching the mind, fueling the spirit and elevating the heart rate in order to approach all areas of life. 

Steph’s outstanding contributions are not limited to just being an entrepreneur, she is also on the board for the non-profit, One Girl Can and is a professional Ironman triathlete. She had hoped to finish at least one Ironman marathon by the age of 60 but to her surprise (and incredible hard work) she has now completed 25 of the marathons to date. To add to that, she is also a great baker. Steph’s vibrant positivity and radical movement through life makes her an excellent leader to watch and learn from. 

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