In episode 104 I speak with Tina Muir who is the founder, host and CEO of Running For Real. Tina is a mother of two and former international runner for Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The Running For Real Podcast is a collective of conversations about running, the climate emergency, and social justice. This podcast has amassed over 4.5 million downloads, and is one of the most recognised running podcasts.
I spoke with Tina on episode 248 of the The Running For Real Podcast.
Tina also hosts a second, highly rated podcast with Knox Robinson called Running Realized, noted as "The 'Invisibilia' of running" by Women's Running.
In this conversation we spoke about:
Navigating social media, how to create content that means more to what human beings need, even if it loses some of the audience.
Looking at what does authenticity look like.
Exploring how to let go of external validation.
Transitioning after competing at an elite level back to running. Managing the competitive side and keeping the joy in the process.
Lessons she has learned from her time working in media and podcasting.
Plus much more…
You can follow her on Instagram @tinamuir88
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