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Episode 003: Crew 1st Culture Part 1: Necessity vs. Demand

by Jess Gannon


In this episode, Olivia and Eric had the incredible opportunity to collaborate with Captain Jeremy Sanders and his podcast, Crew First Culture. Captain Jeremy's podcast has been a staple in the industry for a long time, and we were honored to join forces with him to bring you this enlightening conversation.


Here are three key takeaways from this episode that I believe will resonate with all of you:


  1. The Power of Collaboration: By teaming up with Jeremy and his Crew First Culture brand, we were able to reach a wider audience and make a bigger impact in the first responder community. Together, we explored the importance of resilience and mental fortitude, and how practices like yoga and mindfulness can greatly enhance the well-being of our brave first responders.

  2. Controlling What We Can: One of the most valuable lessons we discussed was the idea of focusing on what we can control. There are many things that are beyond our control, but we have the power to prioritize the well-being of ourselves and our staff or crew. Whether it's introducing yoga, breathing exercises, or mindfulness discussions, we can make a significant difference in their lives and overall performance.

  3. Mastery of the Mind: Our conversation also delved into the concept of mastering the mind. We explored how training the mind through practices like yoga and mindfulness can transform not only our personal lives but also the lives of first responders. By nurturing our mental well-being, we become better equipped to face the challenges that come our way and emerge stronger than ever.

I hope these takeaways resonate with you as much as they did with me! This episode is packed with valuable insights and experiences from both Jeremy and our team at Yoga for First Responders.

So go ahead and press play to begin your training! Remember, this podcast is your ultimate guide to triumph over life's challenges with unbreakable strength and unwavering fortitude.


Stay tuned for the second episode of our conversation with Jeremy Sanders, coming out soon! We can't wait to continue challenging monotony and complacency, and demanding a new look at what it means to be resilient.

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