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RAW Podcast with Sarah Freeman

Best podcast intro EVER…

“Kristy is this incredible woman. She just has this way about herself, this no bullshit way. She’s direct, but it’s beautiful and I love her for that. I hope you get the chance to sit down and talk with Kristy. She has a beautiful heart and she has lots to share with the world.”

– Sarah Freeman

See what I mean!!!

The next time I have a bad day I’ll be putting on Sarah’s intro just to cheer me up!

Meet Sarah

I originally met Sarah when she and I began creating our online courses for Canmore Together. I absolutely love collaborating on projects like this because it always leads to a friendship. Added bonus I now regularly tune in to Sarah’s RAW podcast (Rad Active Women) and I’ve joined her Fearless Warrior Swim Squad for January.

Head over to @sarahfreemancoaching on Instagram and follow her. Sarah has a ton of inspiring posts and you’ll always know when she has a new podcast episode available.

Back to the Podcast

Sarah and I talked about all the things on her podcast! We touched on everything from:

In this episode:

Have a Listen
  1. Diving in (Intro)
  2. The story Kristy holds close to her heart (5:00)
  3. A wish for Rad Active Women (9:30)
  4. The ripple effect (13:10)
  5. Harrison Wolfe, the cheerleader (16:10)
  6. 2022 dreams: Wolfe Pack Warriors, non-profits and digital storytelling (17:45)
  7. Bow Valley and beyond (20:00)
  8. Invite a new friend for coffee (21:30)

Goal for January

Find somebody you want to connect with and invite them for a coffee!

Or come hang out with Sarah and I at Eclipse Coffee Roasters in Canmore. We’re often there at 10 on a Friday.

Published by Kristy Wolfe Stories

Kristy is an engaging, open, and honest Common Language DST trained digital storytelling facilitator. She has been speaking and teaching workshops on both photography & digital storytelling for 5 years. With a background in the education, healthcare, and non-profit sectors, she works with diverse audiences, prioritizing ethics in storytelling and storyteller wellbeing.

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