Today we're talking all things HOLIDAY GIFTS. Yes, it's ALREADY that time of year. Make sure to check out our Holiday Gift Guide on our website (https://misspursuit.com/gift-guide-for-outdoorsmen/). We have promo codes and everything listed out by category. Let's get to it! HUNTING Pro-Tracker Archery Bad Boy FOC Sleeve:: Bad Boys are an FOC arrow sleeve that slides over the shaft of your arrow, allowing your shot to carry more momentum for fatal penetration. Priced at $44.99. Lazy CK Ranch:: The Future Hunters Camp attendees will understand animal care, shot placements, weapon selection, meat care and preparation, as well as conservation through hunting. Perfect for industry professionals, women, men, and kids ages 9+. Priced at $2,500. Bushnell:: The Elite 4500 2.5-10×40 is the scope you need when you want more horsepower than a typical 3-9×40. It has a wider field of view for close-in shots and offers more magnification for those further distances. Priced at $269.99. ANGLERS Salt Life:: What do you get an angler? A new rod and reel? Salt Life actually started out as a decal, but really embodies the passion for the ocean, the salt air, and most importantly, a way of life. Salt Life's team of avid watermen has helped put Salt Life's apparel to the test, and it is designed to withstand the harsh environment that comes with the territory of saltwater sports. OUTDOORSY KIDS Posted:: Posted is a stylish youth hat company for children aged 6 months to 10 years founded by two moms. For each hat sold, Posted donates $1 to California State Parks. The company motto is: Play Hard. Be Kind. Stay Posted. They have a super cute holiday gift bundle that includes a Posted hat, t-shirt, and book. Use code Holiday10 for 10% off a hat. Lindie Lou Adventure Series:: For children ages 5 to 9, the Lindie Lou Adventure Series' author Jeanne Bender takes children on delightful journeys filled with positive messages, life lessons, and motivation delivered through vibrant illustrations and easy-to-understand language. The 5th book in the series, Lindie Lou On Ice: Exploring the Arctic with a Polar Bear Cub inspires young readers to go on an exciting expedition with puppy Lindie Lou as she embarks on her biggest adventure yet: heading to the Arctic circle to study the Northern Lights and solar winds with a team of scientists! Prices starting at $17.94. STOCKING STUFFERS PHOOZY:: Phoozy enables technology users (anyone else can't put their phone down?!) to pursue their passions and epic outdoor adventures without worry of environmental limitations, aka – hot and cold temps! ICU Eyewear:: Yup! ICU Eyewear designs have revolutionized the reading glass industry with fun styles, bright colors and unique patterns at affordable prices for the everyday customer. As a pioneer in the eyewear industry, ICU Eyewear was the first to develop and implement a manufacturing process for eco-friendly reading glasses made from reclaimed plastic, recycled metal, and sustainable bamboo. Gifts for Women Badlands:: Badlands launched a women's camo line in August of 2021. We know Badlands has always been the best of the best when it comes to packs, but, as of now, women can be done making do with hand-me-down hunting gear. Badlands has the tough-as-nails, triple-stitched, made-to-fit-US, guaranteed-for-life women's hunting gear we've been waiting for. So, if you are a western or big game hunter, love a great tree stand sit for whitetail, or hunt mule deer in the Texas Panhandle, the Badlands women's camo line is going to be your new best friend in the field. Designed by women – for women. Head over to Badlands and use code MISSPURSUITBL30 for 30% off. KiraGrace:: KiraGrace helps us all celebrate women's beauty, strength, and grace as we move through life's (messy and magical) journeys. They offer yoga tops, yoga bottoms, and yoga outfits that are uniquely designed to be uplifting and inspiring. Gifts for the Home Wicked Edge Precision Knife Sharpeners:: Wicked Edge is a small, family-owned company that appreciates the beauty and efficiency of well-kept tools. The Wicked Edge Precision Sharpeners will change the way you think about sharpening knives. Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, chefs and home cooks, tactical pros, and knife collectors. Made with state-of-the-art manufacturing in Santa Fe, New Mexico – their sharpeners will last generations. Make the holidays bright and wicked sharp. Prices start at $375.00. Miserable Holiday Stories by Alex Bernstein:: Everyone knows the holiday season is absolutely depressing, no matter how hard you try. What to do? Why not curl up with the latest “miserable” collection from humorist Alex Bernstein. Miserable Holiday Stories offers tongue-in-cheek thought-provoking tales that just might prompt you to appreciate something about your own holiday experiences. Priced at $14.99. Gifts for Nature Lover My Gift Stop:: Oh, my goodness. My Gift Stop is literally your one-stop-shop for ANYTHING. My Gift Stop is perfect for finding last-minute gifts for friends and family or great deals for yourself. Sawyer:: Sawyer sells products that keep you protected from the Backcountry to the Backyard™, while offering the best, high technology solutions against bad water, insect bites, the sun, and field injuries. The newly released Tap Filter allows for fast & safe drinking water straight from your tap and/or hose bib up to 500 gallons a day. It's an ideal component to add to your emergency preparedness kit for use during natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, fires, and earthquakes. Sawyer also has ++++ Permethrin that offers 6 weeks or 6 washings of protection that allows you to enhance your hunting experience by bringing home the trophy–not the ticks. Patriot Coolers:: Patriot Coolers' mission is to provide customers with great quality products and give back to veterans in the process. With every purchase, a portion of the net proceeds is donated to Homes For Our Troops, a nonprofit that builds custom/accessible housing for disabled post 9/11 veterans. Use code PURSUIT10 at checkout to get 10% off. We have super cute merchandise, too! Shirts, necklaces and more!
This short little episode don't in the midst of a Covid sickness is about picking someone you want to go riding into the back country with. There are so many options when it comes to all the friends you have. Choosing wisely can be a life or death situation. Be smart in your decision making
SHOW NOTES Intro: Conservation and the challenges hunters face Guests: DSC's Corey Mason & Brandon Boyles Main topic: Conservation locally, nationally, and internationally. How hunters can help (with time, and by standing our ground politically). Current state of affairs across America Local challenges and potential solutions Western mule deer populations and recovery potential Habitat encroachment Areas with many hunters and few resources Areas losing hunters (and votes) Standing our ground and fighting for what we love DSC convention info DSC chapters and what they do Getting involved FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST! Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe on www.patreon.com/backcountry Contribute via PayPal using email@example.com Contribute via VENMO: @Joseph-vonBenedikt VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE: www.browning.com www.silencercentral.com www.timneytriggers.com www.siembidacustomknives.com
Stories of lost loot and buried booty have kept treasure hunters busy digging for gold in hidden corners of Oregon for the past 150 years. (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1101c-oregon-backcountry-rich-in-legends-of-buried-treasure.html)
Thank you to all of our podcast listeners! As we gather with loved ones and slow down for the holiday it's a good time to share about the things and people we are grateful for. In this Thanksgiving Special episode CMC instructors discuss what they're grateful for around technical rescue including testing methodologies, new ways of sharing knowledge and the people who have impacted their careers and driven the technical rescue world forward. Enjoy!
Check out our sponsors: Indeed: Get a FREE $75 CREDIT to upgrade your job post at indeed.com/IMPACT Pique: Go to piquetea.com/impact and use code IMPACT at checkout to get 5% off sitewide + FREE SHIPPING when you purchase a pu'er bundle! Backcountry: Go to Backcountry.com/theory and enter promo code THEORY to get 15% OFF your first full-priced purchase. Blinkist: Go to https://blinkist.com/impact Try it FREE for 7 days and save 25% off your new subscription.InsideTracker: Get 25% off their entire store at insidetracker.com/impacttheoryThere's no doubt that the holidays can be an extremely stressful time for many people. Whether you're dealing with loneliness and depression, family trauma, politically opinionated cousins, or staying disciplined with what you eat, there are a lot of landmines hidden among the holiday cheer. The good news is there are also highly effective tools and tricks that can help you navigate all of the potential difficulties that can crop up this time of year. By framing things in the right way, setting expectations for yourself and those around you, and looking for ways to find and deepen human connection, you can turn a potentially stressful time into one of the most beautiful times of the year. SHOW NOTES: 00:00 | Introduction00:47 | Dealing with Loneliness10:24 | Maintaining Discipline at Holiday Meals18:40 | Navigate Emotional Storms in the Family32:25 | Working Through the Holidays?37:06 | Faking It With Family44:10 | Fill Your Heart With Love QUOTES:“When you know you're doing something for other people, you feel this deep sense of meaning and purpose. Doing that around the holidays I think can be a huge, huge win.” [6:19] “Bright lines will work, no matter what it is, as long as you want the outcome enough to essentially torment yourself.” [12:53] “We cannot control other people. You cannot make them deal with their mental health. That cannot be your responsibility.” [22:55] “The whole punchline of life is to live a joyful life of fulfillment - that's it.” [34:42] “Having those bickering, biting, trauma-filled exchanges are their own punishment. You do not need to make it worse by trying to change people, convince them to be otherwise, or whatever.” [44:20]
Canadian (Canmore/ Squamish) legend Mikey Rencz joins me on the show! Mikey is one of the most progressive Backcountry riders to ever come out of Canada. Personality, style and raw talent has made for one hell of a career. In fact he's been on Burton for 28 years and counting. Tune in!
Welcome to a special SATURDAY version of the stream. We're fresh off another fantastic Buckeye's win, and ready to BS about the outdoors. In this episode we discuss the proper "seasoning" of wood, making a koozie from a Doritos bag, Andy starting to experiment with scotch, the new "ultra" fabric and what's being made out of it, and of course some recent BEAR activity. Always a great time, and we even went through the comments this time. Thank You to this episode's sponsor - artofthetrek.com
Where Outdoor Adventure summits the airwaves, this is the Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show!! I'm your host, R. Brandon Long, on belay with you for the next 40 minutes. Along for the ride is the BEST co-host in all the land, Todd to the Top!! We're hanging out inside The Monarch in the HEART of the Nine Rails Arts District! All this and more on Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show Episode 381 - Deep Slab WEEKLY HAPPY | Fire Ice & Dynamite Kayaking Anticipated Resort Opening Dates: https://www.skiutah.com/snowreport#do-it-again Nov. 26 - Powder Mountain Black Friday Deals Dec. 2 - Ogden Avalanche Backcountry Bash | The Front, 6pm Dec. 3-4 - Ogden Nature Center Holiday Open House GUEST | Kory Davis / Ben Bauter - Ogden Avalanche IN THE NEWS Ski Utah Resort Opening Dates Amer Sports Ogden Expansion Erem Boots Launch Castor Bean Boots Brunton Sold to Wyoming Locals Best Ski Runs in North America GEAR:30 Black Friday Deals - Start Early at gearthirty.com QUOTE OF THE WEEK “I am grateful for what I am and have. My thanksgiving is perpetual.” - Henry David Thoreau Thank you to BANYAN1 for powering today's 381st Episode of the Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show! Listen and Subscribe to The Banyan Collective on YouTube! Look for us on Facebook, Instagram, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, thebanyancollective.com, and on the Podbean App for Android & iPhones. ALL SHOW NOTES with links are available at thebanyancollective.com DM us on Instagram @ogdenadventure OUTDOOR JUKEBOX | 2018 Van Sessions: Sammy Brue with KJ Ward As John Muir would say, “The Mountains are calling and we must go…
Paul Kilgour has probably visited more huts than anyone else in New Zealand. He's a wanderer, a long-distance tramper and one of New Zealand's most famous hutbaggers, although he shies away from the term. Paul has visited over 1200 huts in New Zealand - not a bad feat, considering there are only supposed to be 900 DOC huts nationwide. His book Gone Bush: A Life in the Backcountry and Beyond has just been released. It's a memoir of a lifetime walking New Zealand's backcountry and tells stories of the eccentric characters he's met along the way and the huts he's visited. He speaks to Kathryn about some of his most unforgettable journeys, including his 'long walk home', from Fiordland to Golden Bay.
Things get deep this episode as Sam and Dr. Creed, President of Campbell University, explore how conservation and stewardship are interpreted in Christian theology. Tag along for this informative, yet light, podcast- and even learn about the history of Campbell University, and how Gaylord the Camel came to existence.Brought to you by: Backcountry & BeyondThank you to our sponsors: Rock Outdoors, Lost Highway Gundog Kennels, Traveler Trading Co. and Wolf & IronSupport the show (http://threeriverslandtrust.org)Support the show (http://threeriverslandtrust.org)
Gorges State Park, located about halfway between Cashiers and Brevard, is set in the midst of plunging waterfalls, rugged river gorges, sheer rock walls and a high concentration of rare species. The Park receives over 80 inches of rain each year which is enough rain to qualify the area as a temperate rain forest. Most people are drawn to the park to explore Rainbow Falls, and Turtle Back Falls which lies just upstream, as well as Bearwallow Falls which lies in the northern section of the Park. Backcountry-style recreation has been a hallmark of Gorges with distance hiking & backpack camping…but trout fishing, mountain biking and horseback riding are also welcome in various parts of the Park's rugged interior.In this episode, I sit down with Kevin Bischof, the new Park Superintendent for Gorges State Park, and we talk about many of the things that make this park so special. Kevin goes in depth to describe the new front-country campground that is nearing completion, the challenges of managing a remote park that shares a boundary with a National Forest, waterfall & hiking safety, and environmental education programs. I was also surprised to learn there are actually 20 named waterfalls within the park, but due to the steepness and rugged nature of this park, they are only accessible to the most arduous and experienced hiker.If you've been looking for an opportunity to explore the western North Carolina mountains without the large crowds, this episode is for you. Photo Courtesy: Thomas MabryKevin BischofPark SuperintendentGorges State Park976 Grassy Ridge Rd.Sapphire, NC 28774Tel: 828-966-9099Fax: 828-966-4526MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODEGorges State ParkHiking in Gorges State ParkBrevard, NCCashiers, NC Rainbow FallsTurtle Back FallsPisgah National ForestMike Andress, HostExploration Local PodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite LinkInstagram: explorationlocalFacebook: https://m.facebook.com/explorationlocal/
This week we're crackin' open something a little different: Back Country Old Fashioned Cider from Graft Cider in Newburgh, NY. Tune in to hear our minds being blown by this cider that mimics a classic old fashioned cocktail in the best way! Available wherever you get your podcasts. Cheers!
SHOW NOTES Topic: Making steep-angle shots Talking points: Why do steeply angled shots impact high? How steep is "steep?" What's the traditional, non-calculator based method of compensating for steep angles? What are the issues with "horizontal distance" compensations for angle? Zero Range vs. Zero Angle ballistic calculations Advanced ballistic calculators and rangefinders Gunwerks' Revic Ops app and BR4 Rangefinder How to gear up and game plan for steep-angled shots Learning resources FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST! Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe on www.patreon.com/backcountry Contribute via PayPal using email@example.com Contribute via VENMO: @Joseph-vonBenedikt VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE: www.browning.com www.silencercentral.com www.timneytriggers.com www.siembidacustomknives.com
Check out our sponsors: Better Help: Get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/impacttheoryConversionFanatics: Go to ConversionFanatics.com for a FREE proposal.Audible: Start listening with a 30-day free trial, one free audiobook and access to the Plus Catalog. Visit audible.com/IMPACTTHEORY or text IMPACTTHEORY to 500-500 Backcountry: Go to Backcountry.com/theory and enter promo code THEORY to get 15% OFF your first full-priced purchase.Real Good Foods: Click the link for $25 OFF any order of $25 or more! https://realgoodfoods.com/discount/IMPACTTHEORY Ombre Lab: To get $30 off your Gut Health testing kit and probiotics -- go to: https://tryombre.com/ImpactIain McGilchrist, renowned psychiatrist, author and thinker joins Tom to share some of the key ideas he writes about in his latest 2 volume book, The Matter of Things. Part of what he proposes is that you keep an open mind and be aware that the ideas and images people are so strongly influenced by are in fact myths and stories. The version of what you see in your reality matters to what you decide to see and live your life by.“It doesn't matter what you look at, it matters what you see.” -Henry David ThoreauSo much of what the world is and who we are is not understood. To think you fully grasp the complexities of consciousness, matter, space and time would be wildly ignorant. Iain perfectly quotes psychologist William James, “ignorance is a sea and knowledge is a drop in that ocean” In this conversation Iain explores ideas of how little we truly know about the cognitive function of the left and right hemispheres of the brain. He highlights the beauty and complexity of order in the universe even where we are unable to fully grasp and understand the order. He's calling people to be open to the seemingly random chaos and meaninglessness of life to find a better way to live and a better vision of the world we live in. The path of doing so challenges you to embrace the many paradoxical reactions occurring all around us in nature. Check out Iain McGilchrist's book, The Matter With Things: https://channelmcgilchrist.com/the-matter-with-things/ SHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction Dr. Iain McGilchrist2:10 | Split Brain Connection8:50 | Unity of Opposite Hemispheres22:08 | The Brain Shapes Reality27:49 | Objective Reality & Co-Creation35:10 | 3 Pathways to One Vision44:16 | The Sacred and Divine 55:44 | Why Belief Matters1:05:53 | Left Sided Paradox1:10:57 | Neutralizing Left Sided ThinkingQUOTES:“Everything that exists, not just in the brain, but in physics, in the world at large in nature, depends on a combination of division and union [...] There needs to be the synthesis of union with division.” [8:59]“Both hemispheres do everything in some way, but it's all about that ‘in some way'. It's the how not the what. So they do the ‘what' of the same things, but they do the how of them completely differently.” [12:47]“The emotional brain is as much the left hemisphere as the right. It specializes in anger, irritability, and doesn't like being crossed.” [28:43]“Neurology and theology are not at war with one another, they are seeing the same realities just at slightly different levels and in different ways.” [35:42]“If you want to know about a human being, the brain is a pretty central place to start.” [39:32]“I would be giving the wrong impression if I said that I know anything about what God is, or I'm a believer in whatever, but it will also be equally wrong to say, ‘I dismiss this or I don't believe it'.” [56:21]“Belief is not about believing six impossible things before breakfast. It's about a disposition of your mind towards the world.” [57:36]“We need to be able to keep away from this way of reducing our understanding, keeping ourselves open to all and wonder, keeping ourselves with a little humility about what our intellects can actually do, and having compassion for people who disagree with us.” [59:57]“We should live in a world where there is virtually nothing that you can't say, it's how you say it.” [1:11:56]“There are four main pathways to the truth, science, reason, intuition, and imagination. Any worldview that tries to get by without paying due respect to all four of these is bound to fail.” Iain McGilchrist read by Tom [1:16:48]Follow Iain McGilchrist:Website: https://channelmcgilchrist.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW0LCKUFTTtgitH33Mx6u-A Twitter: https://twitter.com/dr_mcgilchrist Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrIainMcGilchrist/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-iain-mcgilchrist-b931aa1a2/#
It's your worst nightmare. You're all alone, miles from the trailhead, when you trip over a rock and break your leg. What do you do? If you have a satellite communication device, you press a button and send a message for help. Yes, rescue in the backcountry has become that easy. These palm-sized units allow you to send messages from anywhere in the world, let others track your progress in the backcountry, and provide a direct line to help when you need it.How exactly do satellite communication devices work, and can you trust them? We sat down with Morris Shawn, president of ZOLEO Inc, to give you the inside scoop on how the ZOLEO satellite communicator works. From seamless messaging to remote weather reports and location tracking in the field, Morris explains all the benefits of carrying a satellite communicator in areas beyond cell service. Plus, get the skinny on what actually happens when you press that dreaded SOS button, and hear about some of the most ridiculous calls for help Morris has seen in recent years.And it's good timing, because if you're in the market for a satellite communication device, ZOLEO is having a killer sale from November 12, 2021 to November 30, 2021. You can pick up a ZOLEO two-way satellite messenger for $149, that's 25 percent off the retail price. And if you activate your device by January 30, 2022, you'll get a 6-month Gaia GPS Premium Membership for free if you're not already a member. Nothing pairs better with satellite communication than Gaia GPS's robust collection of maps and offline planning and navigation tools. Get them both today in this special deal. Visit the Gaia GPS blog to save.
Episode 300 ~ November 11, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Sean, Derek and four paddling friends sit around the campfire in the backcountry and talk about paddling on our 300th Episode milestone!!!
Episode 300 ~ November 11, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Sean, Derek and four paddling friends sit around the campfire in the backcountry and talk about paddling on our 300th Episode milestone!!!
We chat with our pal Clarke Nash, a former attorney, now backcountry guide in Colorado. He’s just started a new business called backcountryinstruction.com where you can learn what you know need to know to safely get into the backcountry. You didn’t know Shaq loved to ski? iTunes – Subscribe and rate the podcast Spotify – […]
This is the story of an athletic prodigy. It's also the story of how setbacks become catalysts for change, how determination fuels a dream, and how a drive for adventure can evolve. And it is a story of risk-taking, mountain life, and personal reflection that characterize what it takes to ski and fly in the backcountry. For pro-skier Caite Zeliff, the derailing of her career as a ski racer was an opportunity to reconnect with herself and become the athlete she was always meant to be. At 12, Caite Zeliff has started a ski racing career that brought her all over the world. She ascended, she earned a scholarship to a boarding school, she won titles, she received an invitation to the US Ski Team – and she also was rejected, blew out her knee, and burned out – all by age 20. When the U.S. Ski Team invitation didn't come, and she blew out her knee while racing for the University of New Hampshire, she left college and headed westward in search of big mountains and powder. It was in Jackson Hole, WY, where Caite found her true calling – freeskiing.Paragliding. Thanks to COVID and an idea inspired by a soaring raven, Caite decided to learn to paraglide. She continually pushes herself to the edge of her comfort zone. Paragliding is a wild sport, one that challenges Caite in all kinds of ways. It requires slowing down and a constant awareness of the situation. Caite is constantly looking for challenge and currently obsessed with understanding how to strengthen the relationship with the wing, moving air and gravity. This risk-taking mentality has built her a career as a professional freeskier. Beyond winning Jackson Hole's Kings and Queens of Corbet's twice, Caite has starred in films like Warren Miller's Timeless (2019) and Teton Gravity Research's Make Believe (2020), and Stoke the Fire (2021). Topics Include:Caite's journey from ski racer to professional freeskierViewing “failure” as an opportunityWrestling with an inner obsession for achievementShifting focus from the outcome to the processProcessing childhoodTaking risks and stepping out of comfort zonesFinding your voice as a female in a male-dominated industryThe transformational power of women supporting womenLearning to fly and a shifted mindsetAnd other topics...Caite Zeliff grew up skiing in North Conway, New Hampshire. She now lives in Jackson Hole where her career as a professional freeskier began. Resources Mentioned: Caite's Website: https://www.caitezeliff.comCaite's IG: @caitezeliffTimeless, Warren Miller (2019): https://warrenmiller.com/film-archive/timeless-2019 Make Believe, Teton Gravity Research (2020): https://www.tetongravity.com/films/make-believe Stoke the Fire, Teton Gravity Research (2021): https://www.tetongravity.com/films/stoke-the-fire Powder Magazine: https://www.powder.com/stories/pro-deal-caite-zeliff/ Freeskier Magazine: https://freeskier.com/stories/jackson-royaltyWant to connect? Visit us online and signup for our weekly newsletter!Website – https://www.whenwomenfly.com/Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest – @whenwomenflyEmail – firstname.lastname@example.org
With a resounding Alabama, "Come on!," Ali Meeks joins the show to discuss her time on staff in the 90's. Ali worked at the Philmont Training Center, Conservation Department, and in the Backcountry. Ali voices her appreciation for the "work hard, play hard" attitude of Conservation, and how it impacted the young women she lead on on Trail Crew Trek, helping instill independence and perseverance in them all. Today Ali is an accomplished three time Ironman/Ironwoman triathlete, an entrepreneur, and alongside her husband, a visionary behind Promise Land Ranch- a future horse camp for at risk and special needs youth. She as deep faith in God and a love for the Philmont community.Conquer your Fear of the Triathlon Swim - By Ali Meeks and M. Ellen Dash Ready Set Sweat - Endurance Coaching and Swim Lessons REI Adventures: Ali the Ironwoman produced by Philmont alumni Larry McLaughlin. Philmont Experience1993 - PTC Tent City Manager1994 - Conservation work crew1995 - Conservation Trail Crew Trek Forman1996 - Conservation Trail Crew Trek Forman1998 - CD Indian Writings Notable Mentions Forest McVickerAmy RushallJosh HoudekAnna Lundstine TuohyMichelle DebuhrJenny Rawson DeVenegasJames BaknerKevin SilardCurt WolffMichael BookerMarty TschetterDoug PalmerKeith Hilsabeck"The Kevins"Tricia Dailey SeifertLarry McLaughlinJohn Seim and Minda PengellyDara Houdek Johnson and Jeremy JohnsonDavid BetkaKarl SparksTobasco DonkeysSupport the show (https://pod.fan/silveronthesagepodcast)
Host of BHA's Backcountry College YouTube series, Clay Hayes is a traditional bowhunter, wildlife biologist, wilderness skills instructor, master bowyer, filmmaker and family man who splits his time between a homestead in the mountains of Idaho and the piney woods and swamp country of the Florida Panhandle where he was born and raised. Clay is also the winner of Alone Season 8, the reality TV survival series, where he survived for 74 days along the shoreline of Chilko Lake in British Columbia using a small selection of tools, his bow, the teachings of the great Stoic philosophers, and a combination of a little luck and lot of pure will.
Aaron Owens Mayhew, MS, RDN founder of Backcountry Foodie gives Hike listeners some tips and advice on how we can have better nutrition on trail. Hiker hunger doesn't have to give way to bad nutrition, and Aaron's recipes are created with essential nutrition in mind while keeping things ultralight.Founded in 2017 by Aaron Owens Mayhew, Backcountry Foodie is the leading source for ultralight backpacking recipes and meal planning resources. As a registered dietitian and ultralight long-distance backpacker, Aaron created Backcountry Foodie while preparing homemade, lightweight meals for her thru-hike attempt of the Pacific Crest Trail in 2017 and subsequent thru-hike of the Oregon Coast Trail in 2018. (source: Backcountry Foodie)Use code hikepodcast for 20% off a Backcountry Foodie membershipConnect with Aaron and Backcountry Foodie:Web site: Backcountry Foodie Instagram: @backcountry_foodieFacebook: Backcountry FoodieConnect with Lori:Instagram: @thehikepodcastTwitter: @thehikepodcastFacebook: @thehikepodcastEmail: email@example.com Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thehikepodcast)
On this Outdoor Explorer, our guest is Olympic gold medalist Kikkan Randall. When Kikkan was young, she participated in Junior Nordic, a popular Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage program. Now Kikkan has returned to her roots as the new executive director of the organization.
Papa Bear speaks with Aaron Owens Mayhew of Backcountry Foodie. Founded in 2017 by Mayhew, Backcountry Foodie is the leading source for ultralight backpacking recipes and meal planning resources. As a registered dietitian and ultralight long-distance backpacker, Aaron created Backcountry Foodie while preparing homemade, lightweight meals for her thru-hike attempt of the Pacific Crest Trail in 2017 and subsequent thru-hike of the Oregon Coast Trail in 2018.Home | Backcountry Foodie@backcountry_foodie
0:24 Doug McCall Introduction2:09 Monty Bell Introduction3:51 John McKently Introduction5:20 History of the MRA10:45 What is the accreditation process for the MRA?18:27 Reaccreditation19:40 What training opportunities are offered through the MRA?23:40 California reaccreditation31:17 MRA statistics program38:35 MRA Basecamp online outdoor education42:37 Medical protocols45:37 Medical communication resources46:55 What's next for the future of the MRA?54:35 Closing thoughtsLinks:MRA website: https://mra.org/MRA Mission Database: https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/6b84b11fc6eb495ea518ee964b79f712/MRA Education Basecamp: http://training.mra.org/YouTube Channel // MRA Third Thursdays: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr2Fnsp_xZ6OrcKQgQRX2PgMRA Annual Spring Conference: https://mraconference.org/Important WarningMany of the activities discussed in this podcast pose a very substantial risk of serious injury or death.Products and techniques discussed in this podcast are intended for use by specially trained professionals.Technical rescue, rappelling, climbing and the training involved are very hazardous activities. Each situation has its own unique conditions and must be evaluated by those present. Effective risk management comes from experience, proper training and good personal judgment.CMC is not liable for any damages arising from abuse or improper use of the techniques or equipment discussed in this podcast.Topics discussed are the ideas and opinions of each individual.Department protocol and regulations should always take precedence.
On episode #9, I have to privilege of sitting down with Jonas Tarlen, co-owner and operator of Three Sisters Backcountry. We take a moment during the annual wood cut to chat about a variety of topics, most of which involve being in the mountains. If you plan on venturing into the wilderness this winter, this episode is for you. Stay tuned after the show credits for an original song by Jonas and his band recorded around the campfire on the last night of the annual woodcut, they're really good!Thanks for listening to The Circling Podcast. Our Theme song was written by Carl Perkins and performed by Erin Cole-Baker and Dr. Erin Zurflu. We love mail, so please send us comments and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Instagram @thecirclingpodcast to learn more about current and upcoming episodes. Please subscribe to the circling podcast on most major podcast platforms and leave us a review, it really does help. Lastly, if you know someone who you think would enjoy today's episode, please share it with them today. Thanks for your time Central Oregon. Get outside, we'll see you out there, and remember, the health of our community relies on us! Links: www.threesistersbackcountry.com
Happy Halloween! We have some fun on this podcast talking about some of the spooky and creepy stories revolving around missing person's in the outdoors. From people getting lost in our national parks, to the "Yuma County Five" - this podcast is a must-watch for those interested in creepy outdoorsy stories. We also unbox some NEW GEAR and have a good ol' time celebrating Halloween! Enjoy. Thank You to this episode's sponsor - artofthetrek.com
SHOW NOTES Main topic: The onX Hunt smart-phone and GPS app Inspiration and origin story of onX Who onX benefits most How to sign up and get started with onX Most-used features of the onX app Little-known features hunters should know about How to get the most out of your onX subscription Where onX is going in the future The hard questions: What are the down-sides? What sort of adverse feedback does onX receive? How onX can increase your personal, DIY success FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST! Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe on www.patreon.com/backcountry Contribute via PayPal using email@example.com Contribute via VENMO: @Joseph-vonBenedikt VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE: www.browning.com www.silencercentral.com www.timneytriggers.com www.siembidacustomknives.com
Engearment Podcast - StrongEndurance, Beacon Bash, Goal Zero There is a lot to catch up on! It has been over a month since the last Engearment Podcast. Since then, we have covered a lot of reviews, and have been preparing for 2 very big events: 11/6-7, 2021 StrongFirst Strong Endurance Seminar This is a live event at our training facility with Pavel Tsatsouline!! https://www.strongfirst.com/shop/special-events/strong-endurance-by-pavel-denver-co-november-6-7-2021/ 11/13/21 Backcountry Beacon Bash https://www.facebook.com/BEACONBASHSERIES Some of the reviews since the last Engearment Podcast: Engearment Holiday Gift Guide Goal Zero Yeti 1000X and Nomad 100 Solar Panel - https://youtu.be/Qh0JqAAtAG8 GoPro Hero 10 audio review - https://youtu.be/azTJrc6612A Outdoor Research Coldfront Down Hoody - https://youtu.be/sIcwAOILuMI Smith Leadout Sunglasses - https://youtu.be/WjdHuhea0Wk Patagonia R1 Techfasce - https://youtu.be/MzGIs2E2NI8
Longtime TRLT supporter, Larry Hale, joins us on the podcast to give a little teaser about the upcoming Whiskey Prison Tour on November 12th, give a little SAP advice, and talk about his years of involvement with TRLT. Tune in if you want to hear Sam and Addie's proposal of the next TRLT event...let's just say it involves the paranormal. Brought to you by: Backcountry & BeyondThank you to our sponsors: Rock Outdoors, Lost Highway Gundog Kennels, Traveler Trading Co. and Wolf & IronSupport the show (http://threeriverslandtrust.org)
The National Outdoor Leadership School, or NOLS, has been operating in Alaska since 1971 This week's Outdoor Explorer highlights the many influences NOLS has had on Alaska and the outdoor industry. We'll be joined by John Gans, former NOLS President, and Ashely Wise, current NOLS Alaska Operations Manager.
The unexpected pandemic impacted a large number of businesses, most especially in the outdoor industry. So the question everyone now asks is, how can you future-proof your business with such seemingly fickle circumstances? Today's guest is Nick Sargent, President of SnowSports Industries America(SIA). SIA is an organization on a mission to help the winter outdoor community thrive by delivering invaluable education, data, and research. Nick joins host Rick Saez to offer advice on how businesses can adapt as the world moves toward a more digital and consumer-centric approach. He also speaks on why it's important to value diversity, inclusion, and sustainable action as we dive into the future. Tune in to learn more! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://ricksaez.com/listen/
We're back for another Friday livestream! There have been a lot of hot topics over the past weeks - a hiker dies from a widowmaker, our marathon recap, Alec Baldwin shooting someone... Sit back, pour your favorite drink and join for another Friday BSing around and talking all things backpacking and beyond! Thank You to this episode's sponsor - artofthetrek.com
SHOW NOTES Recorded mid-hunting-season, this episode addresses several interesting listener's questions: Which short-barreled .300 Win Mag? Monometal bullet performance on mule deer Journaling to document your hunt Real-life 6.5 Creedmoor elk kills Scopes for ultralight backcountry rifles Rebarreling Remington 700s Moving west Chassis-type stocks for backcountry hunting Moose in the far north As legendary writer Andrew McKean recently wrote: “September has its urgency, November its finality. But give me October for it's clarity.” Friends, make the most of these glorious mid-autumn days. FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST! Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe on www.patreon.com/backcountry Contribute via PayPal using firstname.lastname@example.org Contribute via VENMO: @Joseph-vonBenedikt VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE: www.browning.com www.silencercentral.com www.timneytriggers.com www.siembidacustomknives.com
Summer is over and that means the crisp Fall air is upon us. For some that means pumpkin spice and flannel shirts, for others that means it's time to get in the woods and fill the freezer for the winter. It's hunting season.As a lover of all things Adirondacks and all things outdoors I am excited for hunting season because hunting and hiking have a lot of similarities. Putting on many miles deep in the backcountry in search of adventure, climbing mountains, interacting with nature, becoming one with nature. It's not surprising that so many hunters love to hike and hikers love to hunt. Since this weekend kicks off the rifle season I thought, "why not do another episode about hunting in the Adirondacks"? This week I have author, professional archer, and ADK native Todd Mead on to talk all about the nuances of deer hunting in the "dismal wilderness" that is the Adirondack Park and just how much effort in the backcountry goes into finding deer in such a large and dense space like this 6-million acre state park known as the ADK. Whether you're a hunter or not I think you'll continue to appreciate just how unique the outdoors in the Adirondack Park is from my conversation with Todd.Todd's website is www.toddmead.com where you can pick up his latest book, "Pursuing Public Land Bucks"If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com
Meghan and Lee from the company Food For Adventures join me to discuss nutrition and better meal planning for backpacking. We also spend time talking about Food For Adventures and how they are helping hikers plan better meals and prepare for their long distance hikes. Check out Food For Adventures: https://www.foodforadventures.com/ Thank you as always to Art Of The Trek for sponsoring the podcast. Check them out! http://www.artofthetrek.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebackpackingexperience/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebackpackingexperience/support
After a 3-hour power nap, Kellie is ready to come back from an unintentionally lewd podcast with palate-cleansing topics. But she's working with Allen, so we'll see how long that lasts. Allen shares his story about going to the DMV, and the shocking part is.....it was delightful! His trip to the Starbucks bathroom, however, was most definitely not. And in listener mail, Kellie tries to make a new best friend while Allen tackles a listener's question about leasing over buying. Thank you to our podcast sponsors! Now is the time to prioritize your health. Go to Zocdoc.com/SANDWICH and download the Zocdoc app to sign-up for free and book a top-rated doctor. Many are available as soon as today.Go to Backcountry.com/SANDWICH and enter promo code SANDWICH to get 15% off your first full-priced purchase. Some exclusions apply. Save time and money with Stamps.com. There's no risk. With our promo code SANDWICH, you get a special offer that includes a 4-week trial plus free postage and a digital scale. No long-term commitments or contracts. Just go to Stamps.com, click on the microphone at the top of the homepage and type in SANDWICH.
Before Mac of Halfway Anywhere thru-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail in 2013, he struggled to find useful information about the trail. Sure, he read anecdotal thru-hiking accounts. But what worked for one person might not work for him. Mac wanted data. So after completing the trail that year, Mac started a PCT survey to gather that data for himself. The results both somewhat dismayed him while at the same time, proved quite useful. For example, one of Mac's many findings suggested that hikers wildly underestimate how much a thru-hike costs. In fact, underestimating thru-hike finances proves to be one of the primary reasons people abandon their hike.After Mac thru-hiked the Continental Divide Trail in 2017, he started a survey for that trail as well. Surprising to many, the CDT mostly sticks to well-defined trail. But unlike other long trails, the CDT provides numerous “alternates” that hikers can take to supplement or supplant the official route. Mac was able to get surprising figures about these "alternates" as well as tons of other useful data for future CDT thru-hikers. On today's episode of Out and Back, Mac weaves his eight years of survey data together with his first hand observations to illuminate how the PCT and CDT have evolved over the past decade. Hint: he doesn't think it's all been for the better. He also dishes out his controversial view of trail angels and trail magic. Plus, Mac explains why he hates the word “tramly” (aka “trail family). Finally, you may have noticed the elephant in the room: Mac has not thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail and does not conduct an AT survey. In fact, Mac swears he will never hike the east's longest trail. He explains why he feels this way...and of course...Shanty will try and change Mac's mind about it...A self-proclaimed random guy on the internet, Mac has no proven validity to his findings. But he's here to help prospective thru-hikers actually glean information that will be useful in their monumental undertaking. Mac may not be a scientist, but he thinks with the precision of one, constantly trying to refine and improve the surveys with each iteration. If you're planning on thru-hiking the PCT or the CDT next year, sign up to take the survey when it becomes available. Comb through the vast PCT and CDT survey data on Mac's website, Halfway Anywhere. You'll also find all types of useful insight and analysis, including gear guides for both the PCT and CDT. Sign up for Mac's newsletter, and follow Mac's adventures on Instagram. Make sure to check out the Out and Back podcast page on Instagram, too!And remember, podcast listeners get a Discount on a Gaia GPS Membership!
0:20 NASAR Executive Director Chris Boyer introduction.1:37 John McKently introduction and involvement with NASAR.3:54 What does search look like in the US today?7:57 How did NASAR get started?10:54 When did the organization start expanding eastward?13:42 Are there any states that put SAR in the hands of fire from a legislation standpoint?18:28 What's the difference between SAR and USAR?25:19 Mass rescue operations and wide area search.26:45 What is NASAR doing to promote good legislation to get good uniformity across states?29:57 How do you come up with a uniform standard of care and response?33:03 Special challenges in National Park areas.35:22 The need for a national database around SAR.37:25 Volunteer SAR protections.42:34 How important is it for each state to have a point person for SAR organization.44:50 What's the future of NASAR?47:56 Closing thoughts.Links:www.NASAR.org Important WarningMany of the activities discussed in this podcast pose a very substantial risk of serious injury or death.Products and techniques discussed in this podcast are intended for use by specially trained professionals.Technical rescue, rappelling, climbing and the training involved are very hazardous activities. Each situation has its own unique conditions and must be evaluated by those present. Effective risk management comes from experience, proper training and good personal judgment.CMC is not liable for any damages arising from abuse or improper use of the techniques or equipment discussed in this podcast.Topics discussed are the ideas and opinions of each individual.Department protocol and regulations should always take precedence.
Check out our sponsors: Indeed: Get a FREE $75 CREDIT to upgrade your job post at indeed.com/IMPACT To learn more about NFTs, watch Tom's NFT Roundtable here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFnNNSvq_YE&list=PL8qcvQ7Byc3NNRJ1qc6DIEeeDJoKBVn7z Ginger: ginger.com/impact LMNT: Go to drinkLMNT.com/Impact to try their brand NEW flavor - Watermelon Salt. Skillshare: Explore your creativity at skillshare.com/impacttheory for a 1 month FREE trial of Premium Membership. HigherDOSE: Go to HigherDOSE.com/impact to save $75 on the Infrared Sauna Blanket or Infrared PEMF Mat. Backcountry: Go to Backcountry.com/theory and enter promo code THEORY to get 15% OFF your first full-priced purchase. Athletic Greens: Go to athleticgreens.com/impact and receive a FREE 1 year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase! What do athletes have that entrepreneurs and anyone looking to reach max potential can learn from? It's their work ethic. Hardcore, unrelenting, straight up grind-this-sh*t-out work ethic that shows up and does the work Every. Single. Day. Recent numbers report approximately 8% of the American population are millionaires. What's stopping the masses from achieving wealth and success on their own terms? You could say politics, social issues and a lot of other things, but the reality is those reasons are not stopping everyone. Jim Rohn said, “Successful people do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do. Don't wish it were easier; wish you were better.” In this episode, these high level athletes share tips to help you develop a champion mindset. We know how important the work is to do, but consistency is key, and the process includes doing the right things everyday no matter what. “What you create, creates you” Anthony Trucks, Former NFL Athlete Tips to help you develop your champion mindset: 1. Do the right things every day, consistency is key. 2. Dream the big goal and believe you're capable of achieving it. 3. The way you make others feel around you is important. 4. Do the hard things with intention to be prepared. 5. Push through the pain in pursuit of your goals. 6. Be average with extraordinary dreams and desire 7. Always outwork the competition. 8. Help people in their journey to fuel your own journey. 9. Sometimes you have to tap into your dark side. 10. Growth requires body, mind and spirit connection Nastia Liukin Episode: https://youtu.be/OlOPYiaYdng James Lawrence's Episode: https://youtu.be/kgewSQnWtIo Michael Strahan Episode: https://youtu.be/AQZGcD0Ql1s Anthony Trucks Episode: https://youtu.be/pjLl8QrDspU Dotsie Bausch Episode: https://youtu.be/bX13wG2b-Hg Rickson Gracie Episode: https://youtu.be/JrURuyL3qsc Devon Harris Episode: https://youtu.be/w4GPbhNEaek Jay Williams Episode: https://youtu.be/lbFQ_GCdwgk Lori Harder Episode: https://youtu.be/1dg0lZcVj3A SHOW NOTES: 0:00 | Introduction Champion Mindset 1:23 | Champions Dream Big 6:54 | Champions Know People 15:41 | Champions Do Hard Things 20:49 | Champions Push Thru Discomfort 27:50 | Ordinary with Extraordinary Dreams 33:02 | Out Work Everyone 38:05 | Champions Help Others 41:32 | Tap Into Your Dark Side 45:12 | Body, Mind & Spirit QUOTES: “If you have this burning desire inside of you [...] then you just need to go full force and kind of block out all the negativity and everything else that is around you telling you that you can't do it.” Nastia Liukin [5:03] “The leadership aspect, it is the opportunity to get so many people to believe in one thing that makes everybody better so that everybody wins, and in order to do that you have to make everybody have value and feel valuable.” Michael Strahan [8:02] “Without doing hard things, we will go backwards in life, we'll go backwards in the way we feel, we go backwards in the way our mind develops.” James Lawrence [15:42] “The ability to push really hard past the initial, ‘you're in pain, you're in pain, what are you doing stop right now', like your body says for survival mode was just a reality that I knew that it was going to get make me better, and it was going to be over soon.” Dotsie Bausch [25:49] “You could literally go accomplish anything in your life, if you have these extraordinary dreams and an equally extraordinary desire to, to achieve them.” Devon Harris [28:33] “The journey is about helping other people. It's about really loving what you do and who you are, but loving the fact that you get to do what you love for other people.” Lori Harder [40:59] “In order for us to grow as a spirit or warriors, no matter if it's physical, or just theoretical, [...] You have to have a good unified body in terms of body, mind, spirit.” Rickson Gracie [45:43] Follow Nastia Liukin: https://nastialiukin.com/ Follow James Lawrence: https://www.ironcowboy.com/ Follow Michael Strahan: http://www.michaelstrahan.com/ Follow Anthony Trucks: https://anthonytrucks.com/ Follow Dotsie Bausch: https://dotsiebauschusa.com/ Follow Rickson Gracie: https://www.ricksongracie.com/ Follow Devon Harris: https://www.devonharris.com/ Follow Jay Wlliams: https://twitter.com/RealJayWilliams Follow Lori Harder: https://www.loriharder.com/
Time to discuss and debrief about my recent EPIC trip to Yosemite National Park. We discuss all things including permitting, the beauty of Yosemite and challenging climbs, as well as the high sierra camp loop itself. Yosemite was truly incredible, and please check out the trip videos to see more of what that trip was actually like. Thanks to this episode's sponsor - artofthetrek.com
This episode is all about the recent Wyoming high country mule deer hunt with Curt, Clint and Devin. The hunt was short but didn't lack its fair share of struggle and adventure! Enjoy! Support us at: patreon.com/workingclassbowhunter Find WCB online: https://workingclassbowhunter.com/ YouTube Channel https://www.facebook.com/WorkingClassBowhunter/ https://www.instagram.com/workingclassbowhunter/ https://twitter.com/WCBOWHUNTER The WCB Podcast is presented by: Elite Archery CODE: WCB for all outdoor group products Scent Crusher - Scent Off. Game On. Rogue Ridge E-Bikes & The Grind Outdoors, Turkey decoys, and accessories. Spy Point Trail Cameras Big Tine - Attract - Develop - Grow Old Barn Taxidermy HHA Sports HHA CODE: WCB15 Huntworth Gear Novix Treestands - Code: WorkingClass21 for 15% Off Victory Archery ThermaSeat Code: WCTS Leupold Optics ISOtunes Save 20% on The DeerCast App Code: WCB20
Kellie retells one of Big Al's more pointless stories and ends up turning into the message of salvation. And why is manipulating someone to get them to do what you want them to do considered to be a bad thing? Kellie explains why it most definitely is not. Allen goes into great detail about picking the perfect toilet seat, only to find out he made a bum pick. (Get it?) And what do you do when your pre-teens have a crush? Kellie takes it way more seriously than Allen does! Thank you to our podcast sponsors! Try Theragun for 30 days starting at only $199. Go to Therabody.com/LOVIN right now and get your Gen 4 Theragun today! Go to Backcountry.com/SANDWICH and enter promo code SANDWICH to get 15% off your first full-priced purchase. Some exclusions apply.
It's called The Pink Tax. It's when the women's version of a product (like razors) costs more than men's even though it is exactly the same - except maybe the packaging and the color. It happens with a lot of products from toys to clothes - to razors.. This episode begins with an explanation of which women's products cost more and why it might be better to buy the men's version. https://www.voanews.com/a/usa_all-about-america_does-pink-tax-force-women-pay-more-men/6177789.html People like to move. We go places. We go to work or to the store or on vacation or to grandma's house. For thousands of years, we have been trying to find better and faster ways to get from here to there. Listen to my conversation with Tom Standage as he explains the fascinating history of personal transportation and how it is changing right now in a big way. In fact, he reveals why one of the biggest innovations in transportation today is the smartphone! Tom is deputy editor of The Ecomomist - author of A Brief History of Motion: From the Wheel to the Car, to What Comes Next (https://amzn.to/3A8G2s9). How often have you been in a situation where you thought about speaking up, you had something to say, you knew you should speak up - but you didn't. Then, perhaps later you regretted it. If that has happened to you, listen to Mary Nestor, she is a communications expert, award-winning speaker, business consultant, and author of the book Say It Now! Say It Right (https://amzn.to/39Mybpe) She joins me to explain how to find the courage and the words to speak up when you have something important to say. Would you know a burglar if you saw one? Most people have a Hollywood version in their head of what a burglar looks like. Listen as I explain how burglars really operate, what they look for and how you should protect yourself. Source: Richard T. Wright, author of Burglars on the Job (https://amzn.to/3utSXmU) PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! Listen to Build For Tomorrow with Jason Feifer, our favorite new podcast, right here! https://apple.co/3rPM8La or visit https://www.jasonfeifer.com/build-for-tomorrow/ Go to https://Backcountry.com/SYSK to get 15% OFF your first full-priced purchase. Firstleaf – the wine club designed with you in mind! Join today and you'll get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping! Just go to https://tryfirstleaf.com/SOMETHING Discover matches all the cash back you earn on your credit card at the end of your first year automatically and is accepted at 99% of places in the U.S. that take credit cards! Learn more at https://discover.com/yes Omaha Steaks is the best! Get awesome pricing at https://OmahaSteaks.com/BMT T-Mobile for Business the leader in 5G, #1 in customer satisfaction, and a partner who includes benefits like 5G in every plan. Visit https://T-Mobile.com/business For more information on fire safety products, safety tips and educational activities you can do at home with your family visit https://firstalert.com/firepreventionmonth Download the five star-rated puzzle game Best Fiends FREE today on the Apple App Store or Google Play! https://bestfiends.com https://www.geico.com Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices