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Do Your Crap

Micah Folsom
Health & FitnessEntrepreneurshipBusiness

In this podcast, Micah Folsom helps you learn and DO the unsexy habits that will help you build a legendary life. Each week, Micah will help you bust through the crap that's holding you back and break down the simple habits and mindset shifts that will help you rock every aspect of your life.

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Reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars from 340 ratings
  • Loved Episode 55

    I just discovered this podcast and was impressed by the light and motivating atmosphere, as well as the power of the concepts that were shared. Brad Bizjack was the guest, and he and Micah had a nice positive dynamic. It seems like there’s a great community behind this show. I felt excited to try some of the episode’s thoughts on in my own relationship. Glad I found this.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Bassoonman3
    United States6 months ago
  • Great

    I’m not a mlm person (I’m personally not a fan tbh but I’m not trying to hate, you do you if it’s your thing) but I have an Etsy store. This has been a great resource for me as a small business owner. I’m surprised she hasn’t monetized this podcast with ads because it’s fantastic.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Ahop2
    United States8 months ago
  • Obsessed- my go-to podcast

    Micah is so incredible! I’ve been listening to her for a year now & it’s my favorite podcast. She offers so much wisdom & speaks right to my heart with everything: business, vision, staying true to yourself & comes from a foundation of faith. She comes from so much experience & is able to speak into every area that I need support in. She truly inspires me to be a better person, wife & business owner. Cannot recommend this podcast enough! valuable for business owners yes but anyone who wants to l... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    madison macq
    United States9 months ago
  • Hype all around

    As a mama, a business owner, and just a human trying to be a better human - Micah hits on it all and does it so well. She’s an incredible speaker, and somehow makes each episode feel like a conversation with an old friend. The guest speakers offer variety and wisdom - I’ve never listened to a single episode that was a disappointment! Highly recommend to so many friends and fellow business owners.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    whitneyraythomas
    United States9 months ago
  • Making my Start Fire

    I have been listening to Do Your Crap for about a month now. I accidentally stumbled upon it when looking for a different podcast and I’m so glad I clicked in to listen. I have been a partner with Pure Romance for about 4 months now and found myself feeling like no matter what direction I went I wasn’t getting out of it what I wanted. I now feel inspired and on track and I’m seeing such amazing results. I have actually shared multiple episodes with my team now and they are all falling in love wi... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    RomancingWithRach
    United States9 months ago

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