Podcast Velo Dulce | Lisa Steingold

Welcome to
Velo Dulce

La Vida Dulce is the show where we talk women, and finding the good life! Over a coffee, of course!

Velo Dulce comes from the Italian phrase “La Vida Dolce” which means
the good life.

La Vida Dulce comes from the Italian phrase “La Vida Dolce” which means the good life. 

For me the bicycle has always been a metaphor for life; it’s up, it’s down, it’s suffering and it’s joy. The good life, I’ve realized is the sweet spot between pain and joy. 
I think we find the good life through really getting up close and personal with ourselves and that’s what I wanted to do in these interviews. I decided to interview the bravest, most admired even the funniest of women who help make sense of it all and bring some joy to the journey.
 

Sarah Hill

On “You’re NOT Alone”

Jenny Green

On founding Bia Cycling and what it means to live #thepowerofi

Ariane Luthi

On pain, resilience and dealing with pressure

Faranak Partoazar

On closed doors and mindset

Upcoming Guests...

I started the podcast with professional cyclists as I wanted to support women in a sport that has supported me for half my life. I then opened the floor as I wanted to include a focus on mindset.

I feature guests who’ve “been there and done that”. Life hasn’t necessarily been easy. It’s just that they’ve developed strategies and mindsets to embrace the challenge and yet haven’t lost their love of life. Quite to the contrary! I generally don’t take unsolicited guests but if you would like to be on the show, you need these three qualities;

  1. You have a story to share
  2. Sharing your story will change the lives of other women
  3. NO SELLING! I don’t do sponsored episodes

On embracing the Suck

Carrie Leaf

National Best-Selling Author of “Therapise Yourself” and Holistic Mindset Coach

On NOT being Oprah

Jasmine Davis

Jasmine Davis

Artist and Photographer. Jasmine is US-born, Spanish resident and world traveller.

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