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The Stallion podcast is a branded show that focuses on a variety of topics including fashion, entrepreneurship, body image and charitable work. We host a variety of Guests from differing backgrounds to offer unique insights into how we can all improve as both people and organizations. Retail Stallion; the brand behind the Stallion podcast, is an online clothing retailer that focuses on revolutionizing the world of retail by donating 25% of all profits to charity.


In this episode, Kolten sits down with Traci Jeske, the director of En Vogue Stylist Unapologetically 50. She is an internationally certified Personal Stylist. She has been working in the fashion industry since the age of 17, no stranger to wrapping up for winter, she was born and bred in Canada before establishing her stylish, stiletto-sharp brand in Italy, where she has been living for the last 22 years.

Traci shares her story of how she found herself in the fashion industry, and what it was like developing confidence regarding her own personal style.


If you're interested in learning more about Traci, feel free to visit her website:



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The Stallion Podcast is a podcast series with the goal of spreading positivity and self-confidence. In each episode, Kolten talks to someone who has experienced adversity in their life and come out on top. The podcast addresses topics like body image, mental health, overcoming addiction and more. Through these conversations we hope to provide listeners with insights into how they can find their own self confidence and adopt a positive body image mindset as well!

In this episode, Kolten sits down with Sean Ireland (also known as the stubborn unicorn) for a great and insightful discussion into what it takes to truly express yourself and adopt a positive image of both yourself and your body. 

If you're interested in learning more about Sean or following his Youtube Channel/Podcast, check out the links below:




And; as always, if you're interested in learning more about Retail Stallion, visit us at www.retailstallion.com


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In this episode, Kolten sits down with Ari Ailin, also known as "The Turnip of Terror" - Ari is an expert in medieval "living history" and reenactment. Ari explains what the purpose and culture is behind the idea of participating in these types of events - Ari also explains how you can find and participate in groups around the country that specialize in battle reenactments and living history. This was definitely an interesting show, with some great insight provided by Ari into how medieval culture pairs up with modern day culture - Such as how apparel and "fashion" have always played a major role in terms of social status and self expression. 

If you're interested in learning more, please visit Ari's website at https://theturnipofterror.com/

As always, if you're interested in shopping with Retail Stallion, visit us at www.retailstallion.com


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In this episode, Kolten sits down with Dr. Linda Mciver, the Founder and Executive Director of the Australian Data Science Education Institute. Dr. Mciver holds a PhD in computer science and also specializes in analyzing and interpreting data - Dr. Mciver explains how offering a more data-driven approach within our educational systems, governments and everyday life would drastically improve society's ability to evolve, grow, and respond to disasters such as the current Covid-19 pandemic. 

Dr. Mciver has some great tips for what you can do to become a more informed and motivated individual through striving to understand data within your own communities, and it all starts with finding and fixing a problem that you recognize. 

You can find out more about Dr. Mciver as well as the Australian Data Science Education Institute by following the link below or following her on social media.



As always; if you're interested in learning more about Retail Stallion and our mission to sell high quality merchandise while donating 25% of all profits to charity - Visit us at www.retailstallion.com

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In this episode, Kolten sits down with Sandra Walters - A writer and coach who focuses on helping both kids and adults from dysfunctional family environments to better realize and tell their unique stories. Sandra is a deeply inspiring figure and ventures into how she found her faith and what led her to write her first book. This was an insightful and motivating conversation - Be sure to listen!


You can connect with Sandra here: 


Instagram: @ourinspiringstories

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Introducing Vienne Cheung Brown, the founder of www.viennemilano.com

Vienne Cheung Brown is the founder of VienneMilano, a luxury hosiery brand dedicated to thigh high stockings that are made in Italy. Founded in 2011, Vienne transitioned her previous work in high tech product management to designing, distributing, and managing a fashion e-commerce brand. Today, VienneMilano has helped redefine thigh highs as a fashion category. Her collection of hosiery offers one of the world's most extensive variety for thigh high stockings consisting of classic styles, fashion-forward pieces, skin tone matching sheers, eco-friendly stockings, plus sizes, and much more. The brand has expanded from being sold exclusively from VienneMilano.com to distributing to many online distribution channels and brick and mortar outlets. VienneMilano has also been featured on FOX, New York Fashion Week, and Spark and Hustle by Tory of Good Morning America and has been a popular accessory for celebrities and magazines in photo shoots across the world.

As always; if you're interested in learning more about Retail Stallion please visit us at www.retailstallion.com



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In this episode, Kolten interviews Erin McCullough, otherwise known as "The Joy Slinger" - Erin talks about her own experiences with an anxiety disorder and how she overcame them. Erin's mission since that day has been to provide everyone the tools and insight they need to overcome their negative thought patterns in the pursuit of joy. 

If you question who you are and what you are meant to be doing in this life, let Erin help you discover your own path to joy. 


Get in touch with Erin: 

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In this episode, Kolten sits down with Mary Jenkins, the founder of the COC - A nonprofit organization working to support women who are struggling financially because of a cancer diagnosis. Mary is an absolute inspiration - As a two-time cancer survivor, she offers unique insight into a world that many of us know nothing about. Mary details her experiences of fighting the battle against cancer and explains why she started the COC - To help others by providing resources that many nonprofit organizations simply do not provide. 


The COC is an organization that both needs and deserves your support, please learn more about them or make a donation by following the links below: 



Support The COC Today!

Cash App: https://cash.app/$thecoc

Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=P5PE6GNWRJYBS&fbclid=IwAR2-1dDLe9Mox0bSMPIAass0a8M3veec6M4Qcc4r3ks0tfMXowP0AfqSFCw

Venmo: https://venmo.com/thecoc


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How are influencers and everyday individuals impacting the fashion headlines? In this new weekly segment, Kolten explores some of the latest headlines from the industry and how they can affect you. 

Learn more by visiting www.retailstallion.com

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Ever wondered why we're always talking about "conscious capitalism" as it pertains to the mission of Retail Stallion? In this episode, Kolten explains what Conscious Capitalism actually is, and how Retail Stallion is working to utilize the theories behind it to revolutionize the world of online retail through donating 25% of all profits to the charities and charitable organizations that need it most. 

One of the key points that Kolten mentions is that Retail Stallion is not utilizing the "charity retail" business model of companies such as "Goodwill" - Where lesser quality products are donated and then resold at discounted prices. The idea behind Stallion fashion is that brand new, premium clothing and apparel products can be sold to our customers; while simply retaining 25% of our profits to donate to charitable organizations. 

Learn more by visiting www.retailstallion.com


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