Braver, Bolder, Stronger
Do you want to experience yourself as a braver, bolder, stronger, best version of you while training alongside Rachel Joyce in the beautiful mountain town of Park City, Utah? We’ve created an incredibly cool and transformative adventure ‘for’ and ‘with’ other incredible women. We’ll swim, bike, run, and recover over specialty workshops and presentations that explore strategies such as quieting the inner critic and strengthening our inner mentors on and off the race course.
Designed for women, by women, we bring together the transformative powers of triathlon style training to help strong women explore much more than just improving their cadence. You’ll train alongside Ironman Champion Rachel Joyce, challenging your swimming, cycling and running skills, while also participating in leadership reflection sessions that teach you how to play to your strengths, cultivate resilience and unleash your inner warrior. Prioritize your personal wellness and develop your training with the Intermountain Healthcare LiVe Well Center that features a state-of-the-art sports performance arm overseen by Dr. Max Testa — who has 30-years working in the sports medicine arena guiding top elite and professional athletes.
Savor healthy and delicious meals, sip wine, dive deep into your greatest aspirations and find camaraderie and common ground with those around you. Aligning leadership strategies with physical activity and nutrition will help unlock the you you’ve been waiting for! The BBS Experience Park City is a one-of-a-kind offering where Brave women will leave Bolder, armed with valuable information to become Stronger physically, mentally, and emotionally and ready to tackle your biggest life goals.
Park City, Utah; the perfect training destination. We’ve chosen the best roads, incredible climbs, beautiful views and epic trails for you to explore and train on. This unique weekend experience is designed for women to break through, thrive, and lead by example. The LiVe Well Center in Park City, Utah gives attendees incredible access to one of the best wellness teams in the world, including renowned performance specialist, Dr. Max Testa.
What will you take away?
- Daily-guided athletic and wellness sessions led by Rachel Joyce (and some fitness gains!)
- Expert instruction, personal attention, skills building on how to swim braver, bike bolder, run stronger and live better.
- Leadership coaching sessions.
- Skills and new tools to propel forward with your professional/personal/athletic pursuits.
- Strategies to build confidence and focus on what IS possible and the potential of what CAN be.
- Discover the power of community, find camaraderie and discover common ground.
- Expert instruction, trainings, journals, worksheets, and celebration dinner.
- You will leave BRAVER, BOLDER, STRONGER and prepared for your next challenge.
The rise of female athletes contributes to the broader progression of women in other fields – The Daily Utah Chronicle.
When women travel and train together there is a network of created, offering support, camaraderie and common ground. Confidence builds and feeds the emergence of new strategies, ideas and approaches about how to tackle challenges and tap into the best version of ourselves. Whether it’s small changes in her personal life or a new commitment to take action that positively impacts her community, this event will empower each woman to implement her new-found athletic and innate leadership skills.
Rachel took up triathlon in 2005 and what started as a hobby turned into a passion. In 2008, Rachel made the bold decision to resign from her job as an attorney to give making it as a professional tri-athlete her best shot. Since then, she’s climbed to the top of her sport. Known as Joycey on the race course, she has captured a world title, 6 iron distance titles and stood on the podium 3 times at the Ironman World Championships, Hawaii. In 2017, Rachel returned to racing having taken 2016 off to have her son and went on to win 2 Ironman races less than a year after giving birth and in doing so qualified for the World Championships. Outside of training and racing, Rachel is a passionate advocate for equality and increasing participation in sport by women. She is a founding member of TriEqual and sits on the Women For Tri Committee of Advisors.
RACHEL BY THE NUMBERS
6 Iron Distance Victories | 2 Ironman 70.3 Victories 2x Runner Up | Ironman World Championships
1 Baby Boy (Archie) | Born September 2016
Dana Platin is an experienced leadership development strategist, adept at coaching driven women who want to become braver, bolder, and stronger. A passionate avid athlete, Dana has used her participation in triathlons, cycling, and mountaineering as a way to set personal goals to push herself beyond what she thought was possible and tap into her best self. Dana believes the world can be changed for the better through our greater participation and effective leadership. While personal triumphs have taught her discipline, determination, motivation, and commitment; it is her unique 20-year work history, focused in the areas of leadership development, training, and program management which has produced the most significant lessons learned. Dana’s passion is to help women create positive change in their lives to be extraordinary.
DANA BY THE NUMBERS
20+ years | Trainer, Facilitator, Program Director 15+ years | Triathlon, Cycling, and Mountaineering 4x Ironman Finisher | 15x 70.3 Ironman Finisher
A bit of background behind Braver Bolder Stronger
If triathlon, well let’s widen that up….life shows us anything it’s that some times things don’t go as planned or quite as you hope. That would be a fair reflection on my 2018 so far. While I have had to reset my goals this year and accept that I’ll be looking ahead to 2019 for my next triathlon targets: dialing things back this year has given me the opportunity to devote time and energy to new projects.
Way before I turned professional I realised that the influence sport on my life goes beyond the realm of my “sporting” world. Through sport I have learnt how to set goals and how to dedicate myself to acheiving those goals: through hard work; and by consistently applying myself. I have learnt the critical importance of team work, even when pursuing what looks like an individual pursuit. I have also learnt how to fail and even though that failure sometimes looks ugly – on reflection, through failure I have became more resilient and learned how to pick myself up, reset and move foreward with new goals.
So what has this got to do with new projects? After Kona last year I was introduced to Dana Platin by my manager. As we chatted it was clear we shared a passion in seeing women succeed; a passion for sport; and a shared belief that there is a huge opportunity to really tap into our best selves if we apply what we learn in one area of our lives, whether that be home, at work, sport or whatever, to all aspects of our lives. (Thank you Franko for facilitating that meeting!)
We all sat down quite a few more times for coffee and brainstorming and what emerged out of that was our Braver Bolder Stronger workshops – Brave Bold Strong being three of ten characteristics Dana has identified over the years that all women leaders possess. The philosophy behind our workshops (and our upcoming retreat) is to cover skills related to swim, bike and run and then align these with leadership strategies that have application in all areas of life…How to set goals. Tools for stretching comfort zones and moving into your “courage” zone. How to quieten the inner critic that can hold us back at times.
BRAVER BOLDER STRONGER
We wrapped up our first series of Braver Bolder Stronger workshops a couple of weeks ago. We’re now delighted to announce our partnership with one of the premier sports medicine facilities in the world; The LiVe Well Center in Park City, Utah! We kick off our fantastic partnership with our first ever Braver Bolder Stronger weekend retreat in Spring 2019.
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A bit more about (kick ass) Dana:
Dana Platin is an experienced leadership development strategist, adept at coaching driven women who want to become braver, bolder, and stronger. A passionate avid athlete, Dana has used her participation in triathlons, cycling, and mountaineering as a way to set personal goals to push herself beyond what she thought was possible and tap into her best self. Dana believes the world can be changed for the better through our greater participation and effective leadership.
While personal triumphs have taught her discipline, determination, motivation, and commitment; it is her unique 20-year work history, focused in the areas of leadership development, training, and program management which has produced the most significant lessons learned. Dana thrives on supporting others to crush their fear and accomplish their goals. Her passion is to help women create positive change in their lives to be extraordinary.
Born and raised in New York, Dana embarked on her transformational journey as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ecuador, South America shortly after graduating from college. She began her time in Ecuador living 2+ years in an impoverished village located in the northern Andes where she worked with indigenous girls and women (Warmis) in leadership development public health, and small business development projects.
Dana has a Masters Degree in Public Health, a Bachelors Degree in Social Work and is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF). She worked with international training and leadership development programs for the Peace Corps for nearly two decades, working in program development, which included project design and evaluation for the U.S. government. She supervised staff, volunteers and worked in senior leadership/management positions in the international development service sector in Latin America.
Dana now serves as the Deputy Regional Director with a U.S. government organization in Denver, Colorado. In her current position, Dana helps carry out the mission to develop leaders and strengthen communities through national and community service. She oversees the training, project development and evaluation for eight states in the southwest region.
Dana’s life has been her classroom. She is a bilingual, bicultural, independent Warmi, woman, wife, daughter, sister, friend, adventure enthusiast, mountaineer and triathlete on a mission to empower women worldwide. Now, she shares her lessons learned to help women live extraordinary lives.