Today's guest is Trevor Thompson. Trevor is a photographer, BASE jumper, outdoorsman, and former Navy SEAL. He served in the SEAL Teams for eight years, making three combat deployments. During his time stationed at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Trevor discovered an interest in skydiving and BASE jumping. As a member of the U.S. Navy Parachute Team, the Leap Frogs, Trevor completed thousands of jumps and hundreds of demonstrations. After leaving the military, he established Trevor Thompson Consulting & Demonstrations to help others learn how to achieve their goals and land on target. Trevor is also an experienced outdoorsman and photographer, often capturing his skiing, hunting, and BASE jumping adventures on camera. He is a brand ambassador for industry-leading companies like Protekt, 30 Seconds Out, Uncanna, Alpha Munitions, and Apex BASE. To learn more about Trevor, you can visit his website, thompsonparasports.org, and follow him on Instagram @trevor.p.thompson You can purchase his photography at trevorpthompson.com SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org 1st Phorm: Go to https://www.1stphorm.com/JACKCARR to receive free shipping on any orders over $75. American Giant: Go to https://www.american-giant.com/jack and get 20% off with a discount code JACK at checkout. Hooten Young Whiskey: Shop Hooten Young x Jack Carr Warrior Whiskey HERE. Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. PSE Archery Protekt trackerjoe08 Simple Strap Killing the Shepherd: Beyond the Film with DVD Triple Aught Designs SIG Sauer CROSS Rifle
“Base your brand language in actual language that clients use.” The most consequential question for you as a business owner is: What do you want to be known for or known as in your business? The answer is the foundational piece from which your brand identity will emerge. And while it may seem backward, it's important that you first have clients before you create your brand. Why? Because your clients show you who is attracted to your work. You hear how they talk about you. How they introduce you to other people. And the language that your clients use becomes the base of your brand language. Brand work can be complicated, which is why I held nothing back as I unpacked the process of creating your brand identity (and marketing message) in this ep of Profitable Joyful Consulting. Key ideas: The ideal point in your business to do brand work The conversations you must have with your clients Where you'll find the value of your service Why doing brand work too soon leaves you guessing When wordsmithing is a good thing How to teach your clients who you are Put your brand into client-attracting language The best differentiator for your business Do this too soon and you'll have to recreate your brand Don't make people relearn your brand every 5 minutes Wherever you are in your consulting journey, don't miss this episode of Profitable Joyful Consulting to discover how to create your brand with intentionality. Tune in today on YouTube https://youtu.be/Qwx133sltq4 or wherever you get podcasts www.samanthaspodcast.com. QUOTABLES: “Base your brand language in actual language that clients use.” “Value is in the perception of our clients.” Episode Hashtags: #consultants #brand #marketing
This podcast hit paid subscribers' inboxes on Nov. 21. It dropped for free subscribers on Nov. 28. To receive future pods as soon as they're live, and to support independent ski journalism, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription. You can also subscribe to the free tier below:WhoBrandon Swartz, General Manager of Attitash Mountain Resort, New HampshireRecorded onNovember 6, 2023About AttitashClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Vail ResortsLocated in: Bartlett, New HampshireYear founded: 1964Pass affiliations:* Epic Pass: unlimited access* Epic Local Pass: unlimited access* Northeast Value Pass: unlimited access* Northeast Midweek Pass: unlimited midweek access* Epic Day Pass: 1 to 7 days of access with all resorts, 32-resorts, and 22-resorts tiersClosest neighboring ski areas: Black Mountain (:14), Cranmore (:16), Wildcat (:23), Bretton Woods (:28), King Pine (:35), Pleasant Mountain (:45), Mt. Eustis (:49), Cannon (:49), Loon (1:04), Sunday River (1:04), Mt. Abram (1:07)Base elevation: 600 feetSummit elevation: 2,350 feet at the top of Attitash PeakVertical drop: 1,750 feetSkiable Acres: 311-plusAverage annual snowfall: 120 inchesTrail count: 68 (27% most difficult, 44% intermediate, 29% novice)Lift count: 8 (3 high-speed quads, 2 fixed-grip quads, 2 triples, 1 surface lift – view Lift Blog's inventory of Attitash's lift fleet)View historic Attitash trailmaps on skimap.org.Why I interviewed himAsk any casual NBA fan which player won the most championships in the modern era, and they will probably give you Michael and Scottie. Six titles, two threepeats, '91 to '93 and '96 to '98. And it would've been eight in a row had MJ not followed his spirit animal onto the baseball diamond for two summers, they might add.But they're wrong. The non-1950s-to-‘60s player with the most NBA titles is Robert Horry, Big Shot Bob, who played an important role in seven title runs with three teams: the 1994 and '95 Houston Rockets; the 2000, 2001, and 2002 Lakers; and the 2005 and '07 San Antonio Spurs. While he's not in the hall of fame (Shaq thinks he should be), and doesn't make The Athletic or Hoops Hype's top 75 lists, Stadium Talk lists Horry as one of the 25 most clutch players of all time.Attitash might be skiing's Robert Horry. Always in the halo of greatness, never the superstar. Vail Resorts is the ski area's third consecutive conglomerate owner, and the third straight that doesn't quite seem to know what to do with the place. LBO Resort Enterprises opened Bear Peak in 1994, but then seemed to forget about Attitash after the merger with American Skiing Company two years later (ASC did install the Flying Yankee detachable quad in 1998). Peak Resorts picked Attitash out of ASC's rubbish bin in 2007, then mostly let the place languish for a decade before chopping down the Top Notch double chair in 2018 with no explanation. That left no redundant route to the top of Attitash peak, which became a problem when the Summit Triple dropped dead for most of the 2018-19 ski season. Rather than replace the lift, Peak repaired it, then handed the spruced-up-but-still-hated machine off to Vail Resorts, along with the rest of its portfolio, that summer.Like someone who inherits a jam-packed storage bin from a distant strange relative, Vail spent a couple of years just staring at all the boxes, uncertain what was in them and kind of afraid to look. Those first few winters, which corresponded with Covid, labor shortages, and supply-chain issues, weren't great ones at Attitash. A general sense of dysfunction reigned: snowmaking lagged, lifts opened late in the season or not at all, generic corporate statements thanked the hardworking teams without acknowledging the mountain's many urgent shortcomings. As it was picking through the storage unit, Vail made the strange decision of stacking the New Hampshire box next to the Midwest boxes, effectively valuing Attitash and long-suffering sister resort Wildcat – both with 2,000-ish-foot vertical drops and killer terrain – on the same day-pass tier as 240-foot Mad River, Ohio and 35-acre Snow Creek, Missouri. Anyone committed to arguing against absentee ownership of New England ski areas had a powerful exhibit A with Attitash.Then, last year, Vail opened the Attitash box. And instead of the Beanie Baby collection and Battle of Hamburger Hill commemorative coins that the company expected to find, they pulled out a stack of Microsoft stock certificates from the 1986 IPO. And they were like, “Well now, these might be worth something.”So they got to work. The company improved snowmaking. They replaced the 49-year-old East/West double-double with a brand-new fixed-grip quad. They raised the companywide minimum wage to $20 an hour, well above average for New Hampshire, helping Attitash staff up and resemble a functioning business. Then, this summer, they finally did it: demolished the wickedly inefficient Summit Triple and replaced it with a glimmering high-speed quad.Of course, in true Attitash fashion, the Mountaineer, as the new lift is called, was the last of 60-plus 2023 lift projects in North America to fly towers. But the chair will be open this winter, and it should reset the mountain's rap. Whether Mountaineer will finally push the resort's reputation and stature to match its burly vertical drop and trail count remains to be seen. Ski's readers did not list Attitash on their top 20 eastern ski areas for 2023. Z Rankings lists the mountain 28th in the East.Unlike NBA players, ski areas' careers span generations. In this way, they're more like the franchises themselves. Sometimes the Lakers have Magic or Kobe, and in some eras, well, they don't. Attitash just went a few decades without a franchise player. They may have finally drafted one. This is a top-20 New England ski area that may finally be ready to act like it.What we talked aboutThe overdue death of the Attitash triple; the story behind the “Mountaineer” lift name; why a high-speed quad was the right replacement lift; take the train to the mountain; what happened to the lift tower that Flying Yankee and Summit Triple shared; expansion opportunities off Attitash Peak; other alignments the ski area considered for Mountaineer; why and where Attitash moved the Mountaineer lift load station; the circa-Peak Resorts Mount Snow intelligentsia; Vail's culture of internal development and promotion; the unique challenges of running Attitash in a very crowded neighborhood; the Attitash-Wildcat combo; the Progression Quad replacement for the East/West double-double; considering Bear Peak's lift fleet; why glades disappeared from Attitash's trailmap, and why they're back; whether the old Top Notch double chair line could ever enter the official trail network; snowmaking upgrades; how big of an impact the $20-an-hour minimum wage had on Attitash; employee housing; Northeast-specific Epic Passes; and the Epic Day Pass.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewThe Mountaineer, of course. For 30 years, successive owners have insisted that Attitash Peak was incompatible with a high-speed quad: too much capacity feeding too few trails from a lift that would cost too much to build.Well, Vail built it. So Swartz and I discuss why, after saying no for so long, mom finally bought us our expensive toy. I won't get into that here, because that's what the podcast is for, but I will make this point: there is a dirt-stupid but persistent narrative that Vail Resorts doesn't care about its eastern properties, and only bought them to entice monied New Englanders to its western trophies. But, nearly seven years after entering the region with the surprise purchase of Stowe, Vail has done plenty to disprove that notion, launching Northeast-specific Epic Passes in 2020; installing new six-packs at Stowe, Mount Snow, and Okemo; adding high-speed quads at Attitash and Mount Snow; and moving another HSQ at Okemo. It's been a quiet but complete gut-renovation of what had been some very tired ski areas.Vail must feel, often, like it can't win. They're often framed as elitists for building too much and as cheapskates for investing too little. Social media piles on because their resorts are too busy but also because they're priced too high. I'll admit that I criticize them for making lift tickets too expensive and passes too cheap. The Mountaineer, which New England has spent two decades begging for, will likely draw criticism for overcrowding Attitash as skiers soon forget the aches and pains of the Summit Triple.Skiers can be impossible pains in the ass, no question. But Vail showed up at the steakhouse and came back to the table with the whole buffet. In the five years from 2016 to 2021, Vail purchased 29 ski areas. Prior to that, it owned just 11. That's nearly a quadrupling of size in half a decade. That would be challenging at any time. Add the Covid face-rearranging, and it was nearly impossible to digest.After several rough winters, however, Vail may be taming this herd of feral horses. They're not done yet, but things are calming down. The lift investments are helping, management is stabilizing. They still need to loosen the reigns on snowmaking outside of the West, better limit crowds on peak days, and find a less-gun-to-the-head method of incentivizing Epic Pass sales than $299 lift tickets. But Vail Resorts, as a stable entity rather than a growth monster, is beginning to gel, and Attitash symbolizes that metamorphosis as well as any mountain in the portfolio.What I got wrongWe alluded to the fact that Attitash would fly the Mountaineer towers on the day we recorded this, Nov. 6. Weather delays pushed that installation to later in the month.This isn't something I got wrong at the time, but the Epic Day Pass rates I mentioned were tier four prices. They've since increased slightly. Here are the current (and final) rates (the 22-resorts tier gets you in the door at Attitash):Why you should ski AttitashLet's continue the basketball metaphor. Who's your starting five if New Hampshire is your basketball team? Cannon makes the roster by default, a 2,180-footer with the best terrain in the state. Go ahead and fill out the roster with your other 2,000-footers: Loon, with its jungle gym of fancy upgraded lifts; Wildcat, with its Mount Washington views and high-speed top-to-bottom laps of twisted glory; and sprawling, falling Waterville Valley.So who's your number five? I'd accept arguments for gorgeous Mount Sunapee, beefy Bretton Woods, or Attitash. But as captain, I'm probably picking Attitash. Maybe not the Attitash of three years ago, but the Attitash that just got back from Chairlift Camp and can now offer a true, modern ski experience across its two mountains.But, carve away the cosmetics, and the truth is that Attitash is an incredible ski mountain. That 1,750 vertical feet is all fall line, consistent, beautiful cruisers up and down. It's not the steepest mountain, or the snowiest, or the most convenient to get to – you'll drive past Waterville and Loon and Cannon to get there (or not, Route Expert Bro; save it for your Powder DAWGZ WhatsApp chat). But from a pure, freefalling skiing point of view, it's among the best in the east. Just maybe don't show up at 11 a.m. on a Saturday.Podcast NotesOn the Top Notch DoubleI'm not sure if anyone ever really loved Attitash's Summit Triple, but the removal of the parallel Top Notch double in 2018 intensified focus on the summit lift's shortcomings. Here's where Top Notch ran (Lift 1 far looker's left):No one has ever really given me a good answer as to why former owner Peak Resorts removed that lift without a backup plan, but the timing could not have been worse – the Summit Triple suffered a series of catastrophic mechanical failures in late 2018 and early 2019, effectively shuttering the upper part of Attitash Peak for the bulk of that ski season.Anyway, once Peak removed the lift, the liftline stayed on the trailmap, suggesting that it may join the official trail network at some point:But the liftline slowly faded:This year, the old ghost line is gone completely:On the shared Flying Yankee-Attitash Summit Triple towerAn engineering quirk of the Summit Triple is that it shared a tower with the Flying Yankee high-speed quad, which crossed below the older lift:So what happened to that tower? We discuss it in the podcast.On the train from North ConwayEventually, U.S. America will have to figure out better ways to tie cities to its mountains. One of the best ways to do this is also one of the oldest: trains. Swartz and I briefly discuss the train that runs from downtown North Conway and drops you at the Attitash base. I looked into this a bit more, and unfortunately it's more of a novelty than a practical commuter service at this point. It's expensive ($40 per person roundtrip for coach), slow (the train ride takes around half an hour, compared to a 16-minute drive), and inconvenient, with the first trains arriving at the mountain around 11 a.m. and the latest one departing the mountain at 2:40. Not a great ski day, and the schedule is, for now, fairly limited, running weekends and holidays from the day after Christmas to late February. You can book rides and see details here.On the Attitash masterplanAttitash, like all ski areas that sit partially or fully on Forest Service land, is required to file an updated masterplan every so often. Unlike the highly organized western Forest Service divisions, however, which often have their ski area masterplans neatly organized online (three cheers for Colorado's White River National Forest), eastern districts rarely bother. So, while we discuss the mountain's masterplan, I couldn't find it, and the ski area couldn't readily provide it.On the Mystery of the Missing GladesCirca 2011, Attitash's trailmap called out several named glades on Bear Peak:By 2020, 10 marked glades appeared across both peaks, though Attitash had removed their names:By last season, all of them had disappeared:But this year, some (but not all) of the legacy glades, are back:What's going on? We discuss this in the podcast.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. 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In episode 1015, Chris Hinshaw, Mark Bell, Nsima Inyang, and Andrew Zaragoza talk about how to run longer and faster, what it took for Crossfit Games athlete Jeffery Adler to win the 2023 Games and how to get athletes to have a championship mindset. Follow Chris on IG: https://www.instagram.com/aerobiccapacity/ Official Power Project Website: https://powerproject.live Join The Power Project Discord: https://discord.gg/yYzthQX5qN Subscribe to the Power Project Clips Channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UC5Df31rlDXm0EJAcKsq1SUw Special perks for our listeners below! The Athletic/Casual Clothes we're wearing!
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SHOW NOTES: In this episode, I am having a conversation with my good friend and contributor from Spain, Alba Sánchez, with focus on the immediate future using the verb ir a and a verb in its base form to talk about things we are planning to do in the near future. Support the podcast If you like my podcasts, please consider donating to my GoFundMe page. Anything that you would like to donate is welcomed. I use your donations to pay my contributors, pay our guests, our subscriptions, and other expenses to keep all the podcasts going. You can find the link to my GoFundMe page on my website and on the link where you can get the free transcripts and materials that I give you. https://www.jezsc.com/ Transcripts Open this link to view the transcript for this episode as well as other transcripts across my podcasts. https://www.jezsc.com/transcripts/#hlsp ALBA Y BEA IMMERSION PROGRAM Visita el sitio web del programa de inmersión https://respirandoinmersion.es/ Visita la página de Instagram de Respirando Español https://www.instagram.com/respirando.inmersion/ Visita la página de Facebook de Respirando Español https://www.facebook.com/respirando.inmersion CONVERSATIONS IN SPANISH & OTHER LANGUAGES PODCAST This is my main podcast with more than 150 episodes and glowing reviews from listeners for intermediate and advanced Spanish learners where you can learn everyday Spanish in context. The podcast is among the 10 best podcast to learn Spanish according to https://chartable.com/. Give it a try! Apple Podcast App (iPhone, iPod, iPad): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conversations-in-spanish-other-languages/id1450548526 Open on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/2BaaWyvF71c0AfGa9WT021 Find it on other apps https://www.jezsc.com/pages/podcasts/conversations_spanish_podcasts.html Mini Stories to Learn Spanish: For High Beginners & Intermediate Learners Apple Podcast App (iPhone, iPod, iPad) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mini-stories-to-learn-spanish/id1606857529 Open on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/5mnR9VdOQD7mxrLkpFvr0B Find it on other apps https://www.jezsc.com/pages/podcasts/mini_stories_spanish_podcasts.html Joel's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/joelspanishcafe/ Thank you for listening!
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O São Paulo acumulou mais uma derrota fora de casa no Brasileirão ao ser derrotado pelo Fluminense. O jogo, porém, teve boas notícias, como as estreias promissoras de William Gomes e Talles Wander, além da boa entrada de Talles Costa. Em contrapartida, David, Erison e Gabriel Neves deixaram a desejar e reacendem a história se merecem ou não ficarem para 2024. Neste episódio, Eduardo Rodrigues, José Edgar de Matos, Felipe Ruiz e Caio Dominguez debatem esses temas e trazem informações sobre patrocínio e eleições.
There's a massive base discovered in Romania, which may hold the keys to all of humanity, where we come from, were we seeded, and are we literally from the Angelic Realm. These questions and more are addressed in this stunning show with Sacha Stone, who has seen the alien base. New Earth Farmacy: https://thenewearthfarmacy.com/ Find more from Sacha Stone: https://sachastone.com/ To find out more visit: https://amzn.to/3qULECz - Order Michael Sandler's book, "AWE, the Automatic Writing Experience" www.automaticwriting.com - Automatic Writing Experience Course www.inspirenationuniversity.com - Michael Sandler's School of Mystics Join Our YouTube Membership for behind-the-scenes access - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoOM-cCEPbJ1vzlQAFQu1A/join https://inspirenationshow.com/ https://www.dailywoohoo.com/ - Sign up for my FREE daily newsletter for high-vibration content. ……. Follow Michael and Jessica's exciting journey and get even more great tools, tips, and behind-the-scenes access. Go to https://www.patreon.com/inspirenation For free meditations, weekly tips, stories, and similar shows visit: https://inspirenationshow.com/ We've got Merch! - https://teespring.com/stores/inspire-nation-store Follow Inspire Nation, and the lives of Michael and Jessica, on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/InspireNationLive/ Find us on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@inspirenationshow
Dave Brown is the head boys hockey coach at Rogers High School. He is also the owner of The Base Sports Performance and Minnesota Lakers AAA. He joins to discuss three main topics: how The Base approaches player development, the balance between trying to win and long term development, and how his perspective on parenting hockey players has changed since he's become a hockey parent.
Today's interview with Adam is best summarized as an unforgettable, powerful, and transformative adventure. He describes it better than we ever could on the website for his new book "Seek The Risk" and so, we got permission to adapt his description slightly: Adam has spent most of his life pursuing adventure—climbing some of the world's steepest mountains, snowboarding dangerous backcountry terrain, and BASE jumping off of cliffs. Then he met Jane... Jane was a sex educator with a PhD in psychology, a female sexuality empowerment activist—and a self-described slut, who rejected monogamy and the societal norms of what a sexually well-behaved woman should be. No stranger to extreme living and taking risks, Adam thought he could handle whatever his relationship with Jane threw at him. But the very publicly open relationship was more than his strong male persona could bear. Rather than walk away and protect his ego, Adam applied the lessons he had learned about fear while free soloing high up on rock faces and free diving a hundred feet below the surface of the sea to navigate an even more terrifying situation—the woman he loved having lots of sex with lots of other men. Neither a celebration of non-monogamy, nor a cautionary tale, Seek the Risk is a firsthand account of what one extreme sports competitor went through after falling in love with the “wrong girl.” His journey forced him to reevaluate his ideals about relationships, female sexuality, and his own masculinity. It was also the wildest ride of his life. Enjoy! Check out the full show notes here. Submit a question for our Ask Us Anything Episodes! Click here to join our upcoming Virtual Meet and Greets! Join the most amazing community of open-minded humans on the planet! Check out our weekly peer support groups! Skip the ads and sign up for the Premium Feed! Click here to order your very own NNM shirt! $10 Off - Online STI Testing
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Pregnant, trying to conceive or planning a future pregnancy? Tune into this episode to learn why you should work with a pelvic floor physiotherapist. Whether you have pelvic symptoms like leaks, constipation or pain, other symptoms like lower back pain, sciatica, or maybe you don't have symptoms at all, you'll learn why it's a good idea to work with a pelvic physio in pregnancy. You'll also learn how to prepare for birth and minimize risk of tears..Helpful Links:—Book a pelvic physiotherapy or coaching consult: https://www.thepassionatephysio.ca/book-with-surabhi—Prenatal fitness - sign up for BASE fitness membership: https://www.thepassionatephysio.ca/base-membership.Connect with Surabhi:—Find Surabhi on Instagram or Facebook @thepassionatephysio—Website: https://www.thepassionatephysio.ca.Episode Sponsor:This episode is sponsored by Embodia https://www.embodiaapp.com/ - use code momstrength to save $20 off your first month's Tier 3 membership.
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This podcast hit paid subscribers' inboxes on Nov. 14. It dropped for free subscribers on Nov. 21. To receive future pods as soon as they're live, and to support independent ski journalism, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription. You can also subscribe to the free tier below:WhoJim Vick, General Manager of Lutsen Mountains, MinnesotaRecorded onOctober 30, 2023About Lutsen MountainsClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Midwest Family Ski ResortsLocated in: Lutsen, MinnesotaYear founded: 1948Pass affiliations:* Legendary Gold Pass – unlimited access, no blackouts* Legendary Silver Pass – unlimited with 12 holiday and peak Saturday blackouts* Legendary Bronze Pass – unlimited weekdays with three Christmas week blackouts* Indy Pass – 2 days with 24 holiday and Saturday blackouts* Indy Plus Pass – 2 days with no blackoutsClosest neighboring ski areas: Chester Bowl (1:44), Loch Lomond (1:48), Spirit Mountain (1:54), Giants Ridge (1:57), Mt. Baldy (2:11)Base elevation: 800 feetSummit elevation: 1,688 feetVertical drop: 1,088 feet (825 feet lift-served)Skiable Acres: 1,000Average annual snowfall: 120 inchesTrail count: 95 (10% expert, 25% most difficult, 47% more difficult, 18% easiest)Lift count: 7 (1 eight-passenger gondola, 2 high-speed six-packs, 3 double chairs, 1 carpet)View historic Lutsen Mountains trailmaps on skimap.org.Why I interviewed himI often claim that Vail and Alterra have failed to appreciate Midwest skiing. I realize that this can be confusing. Vail Resorts owns 10 ski areas from Missouri to Ohio. Alterra's Ikon Pass includes a small but meaningful presence in Northern Michigan. What the hell am I talking about here?Lutsen, while a regional standout and outlier, illuminates each company's blind spots. In 2018, the newly formed Alterra Mountain Company looted the motley M.A.X. Pass roster for its best specimens, adding them to its Ikon Pass. Formed partly from the ashes of Intrawest, Alterra kept all of their own mountains and cherry-picked the best of Boyne and Powdr, leaving off Boyne's Michigan mountains, Brighton, Summit at Snoqualmie, and Cypress (which Ikon later added); and Powdr's Boreal, Lee Canyon, Pico, and Bachelor (Pico and Bachelor eventually made the team). Alterra also added Solitude and Crystal after purchasing them later in 2018, and, over time, Windham and Alyeska. Vail bought Triple Peaks (Crested Butte, Okemo, Sunapee), later that year, and added Resorts of the Canadian Rockies to its Epic Pass. But that left quite a few orphans, including Lutsen and sister mountain Granite Peak, which eventually joined the Indy Pass (which didn't debut until 2019).All of which is technocratic background to set up this question: what the hell was Alterra thinking? In Lutsen and Granite Peak, Alterra had, ready to snatch, two of the largest, most well-cared-for, most built-up resorts between Vermont and Colorado. Midwest Family Ski Resorts CEO Charles Skinner is one of the most aggressive and capable ski area operators anywhere. These mountains, with their 700-plus-foot vertical drops, high-speed lifts, endless glade networks, and varied terrain deliver a big-mountain experience that has more in common with a mid-sized New England ski area than anything within several hundred miles in any direction. It's like someone in a Colorado boardroom and a stack of spreadsheets didn't bother looking past the ZIP Codes when deciding what to keep and what to discard.This is one of the great miscalculations in the story of skiing's shift to multimountain pass hegemony. By overlooking Lutsen Mountains and Granite Peak in its earliest days, Alterra missed an opportunity to snatch enormous volumes of Ikon Pass sales across the Upper Midwest. Any Twin Cities skier (and there are a lot of them), would easily be able to calculate the value of an Ikon Pass that could deliver 10 or 14 days between Skinner's two resorts, and additional days on that mid-winter western run. By dismissing the region, Alterra also enabled the rise of the Indy Pass, now the only viable national multi-mountain pass product for the Midwestern skier outside of Michigan's Lower Peninsula. These sorts of regional destinations, while not as “iconic” as, say, Revelstoke, move passes; the sort of resort-hopping skier who is attracted to a multi-mountain pass is going to want to ski near home as much as they want to fly across the country.Which is a formula Vail Resorts, to its credit, figured out a long time ago. Which brings us back to those 10 Midwestern ski areas hanging off the Epic Pass attendance sheet. Vail has, indeed, grasped the utility of the Midwestern, city-adjacent day-ski area, and all 10 of its resorts fit neatly into that template: 75 chairlifts on 75 vertical feet with four trees seated within 10 miles of a city center. But here's what they missed: outside of school groups; Park Brahs who like to Park Out, Brah; and little kids, these ski areas hold little appeal even to Midwesterners. That they are busy beyond comprehension at all times underscores, rather than refutes, that point – something simulating a big-mountain experience, rather than a street riot, is what the frequent Midwest skier seeks.For that, you have to flee the cities. Go north, find something in the 400- to 600-foot vertical range, something with glades and nooks and natural snow. Places like Caberfae, Crystal Mountain, Nub's Nob, and Shanty Creek in Michigan; Cascade, Devil's Head, and Whitecap, Wisconsin; Giants Ridge and Spirit Mountain, Minnesota. Lutsen is the best of all of these, a sprawler with every kind of terrain flung across its hundreds of acres. A major ski area. A true resort. A Midwestern dream.Vick and I discuss the Ikon snub in the podcast. It's weird. And while Alterra, five years later, is clearly doing just fine, its early decision to deliberately exclude itself from one of the world's great ski regions is as mystifying a strategic choice as I've seen any ski company make. Vail, perhaps, understands the Midwest resort's true potential, but never found one it could close on – there aren't that many of them, and they aren't often for sale. Perhaps they dropped a blank check on Skinner's desk, and he promptly deposited it into the nearest trashcan.All of which is a long way of saying this: Lutsen is the best conventional ski area in the Midwest (monster ungroomed Mount Bohemia is going to hold more appeal for a certain sort of expert skier), and one of the most consistently excellent ski operations in America. Its existence ought to legitimize the region to national operators too bent on dismissing it. Someday, they will understand that. And after listening to this podcast, I hope that you will, too.What we talked aboutWhy Lutsen never makes snow in October; Minnesota as early-season operator; the new Raptor Express six-pack; why the Bridge double is intact but retiring from winter operations; why Lutsen removed the 10th Mountain triple; why so many Riblet chairs are still operating; why Moose Return trail will be closed indefinitely; potential new lower-mountain trails on Eagle Mountain; an updated season-opening plan; how lake-effect snow impacts the west side of Lake Superior; how the Raptor lift may impact potential May operations; fire destroys Papa Charlie's; how it could have been worse; rebuilding the restaurant; Lutsen's long evolution from backwater to regional leader and legit western alternative; the Skinner family's aggressive operating philosophy; the history of Lutsen's gondola, the only such machine in Midwest skiing; Lutsen's ambitious but stalled masterplan; potential Ullr and Mystery mountain chairlift upgrades; “the list of what skiers want is long”; why Lutsen switched to a multi-mountain season pass with Granite Peak and Snowriver; and “if we would have been invited into the Ikon at the start, we would have jumped on that.”Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewFor all my gushing above, Lutsen isn't perfect. While Granite Peak has planted three high-speed lifts on the bump in the past 20 years, Lutsen has still largely been reliant on a fleet of antique Riblets, plus a sixer that landed a decade ago and the Midwest's only gondola, a glimmering eight-passenger Doppelmayr machine installed in 2015. While a fixed-grip foundation isn't particularly abnormal for the Midwest, which is home to probably the largest collection of antique chairlifts on the planet, it's off-brand for burnished Midwest Family Ski Resorts.Enter, this year, Lutsen's second six-pack, Raptor Express, which replaces both the 10th Mountain triple (removed), and the Bridge double (demoted to summer-only use). This new lift, running approximately 600 vertical feet parallel to Bridge, will (sort of; more below), smooth out the janky connection from Moose back to Eagle. And while the loss of 10th Mountain will mean 300 vertical feet of rambling below the steep upper-mountain shots, Raptor is a welcome upgrade that will help Lutsen keep up with the Boynes.However, even as this summer moved the mountain ahead with the Raptor installation, a storm demolished a skier bridge over the river on Moose Return, carving a several-hundred-foot-wide, unbridgeable (at least in the short term), gap across the trail. Which means that skiers will have to connect back to Eagle via gondola, somewhat dampening Raptor's expected impact. That's too bad, and Vick and I talk extensively about what that means for skiers this coming winter.The final big timely piece of this interview is the abrupt cancellation of Lutsen's massive proposed terrain expansion, which would have more than doubled the ski area's size with new terrain on Moose and Eagle mountains. Here's what they were hoping to do with Moose:And Eagle:Over the summer, Lutsen withdrew the plan, and Superior National Forest Supervisor Thomas Hall recommended a “no action” alternative, citing “irreversible damage” to mature white cedar and sugar maple stands, displacement of backcountry skiers, negative impacts to the 300-mile-long Superior hiking trail, objections from Native American communities, and water-quality concerns. Lutsen had until Oct. 10 to file an objection to the decision, and they did. What happens now? we discuss that.Questions I wish I'd askedIt may have been worth getting into the difference between Lutsen's stated lift-served vertical (825 feet), and overall vertical (1,088 feet). But it wasn't really necessary, as I asked the same question of Midwest Family Ski Resorts CEO Charles Skinner two years ago. He explains the disparity at the 25:39 mark:What I got wrongI said that Boyne Mountain runs the Hemlock double chair instead of the Mountain Express six-pack for summer operations. That is not entirely true, as Mountain Express sometimes runs, as does the new Disciples 8 chair on the far side of the mountain's Sky Bridge.I referred to Midwest Family Ski Resorts CEO Charles Skinner as “Charles Skinner Jr.” He is in fact Charles Skinner IV.Why you should ski Lutsen MountainsOne of the most unexpected recurring messages I receive from Storm readers floats out of the West. Dedicated skiers of the big-mountain, big-snow kingdoms of the Rockies, they'd never thought much about skiing east of the Continental Divide. But now they're curious. All these profiles of New England girth and history, Midwest backwater bumps, and Great Lakes snowtrains have them angling for a quirky adventure, for novelty and, perhaps, a less-stressful version of skiing. These folks are a minority. Most Western skiers wear their big-mountain chauvinism as a badge of stupid pride. Which I understand. But they are missing a version of skiing that is heartier, grittier, and more human than the version that swarms from the western skies.So, to those few who peek east over the fortress walls and consider the great rolling beyond, I tell you this: go to Lutsen. If you're only going to ski the Midwest once, and only in a limited way, this is one of the few must-experience stops. Lutsen and Bohemia. Mix and match the rest. But these two are truly singular.To the rest of you, well: Midwest Family's stated goal is to beef up its resorts so that they're an acceptable substitute for a western vacation. Lutsen's website even hosts a page comparing the cost of a five-day trip there and to Breckenridge:Sure, that's slightly exaggerated, and yes, Breck crushes Lutsen in every on-mountain statistical category, from skiable acreage to vertical drop to average annual snowfall. But 800 vertical feet is about what an average skier can manage in one go anyway. And Lutsen really does give you a bigger-mountain feel than anything for a thousand miles in either direction (except, as always, the Bohemia exception). And when you board that gondy and swing up the cliffs toward Moose Mountain, you're going to wonder where, exactly, you've been transported to. Because it sure as hell doesn't look like Minnesota.Podcast NotesOn Midwest Family Ski ResortsMidwest Family Ski Resorts now owns four ski areas (Snowriver, Michigan is one resort with two side-by-side ski areas). Here's an overview:On the loss of Moose ReturnA small but significant change will disrupt skiing at Lutsen Mountains this winter: the destruction of the skier bridge at the bottom of the Moose Return trail that crosses the Poplar River, providing direct ski access from Moose to Eagle mountains. Vick details why this presents an unfixable obstacle in the podcast, but you can see that Lutsen removed the trail from its updated 2023-24 map:On the Stowe gondola I referencedI briefly referenced Stowe's gondola as a potential model for traversing the newly re-gapped Moose Return run. The resort is home to two gondolas – the 2,100-vertical-foot, 7,664-foot-long, eight-passenger Mansfield Gondola; and the 1,454-foot-long, six-passenger Over Easy Gondola, which moves between the Mansfield and Spruce bases. It is the latter that I'm referring to in the podcast: On Mt. FrontenacVick mentions that his first job was at Mt. Frontenac, a now-lost 420-vertical-foot ski area in Minnesota. Here was a circa 2000 trailmap:Apparently a local group purchased the ski area and converted it into a golf course. Boo.On the evolution of LutsenThe Skinners have been involved with Lutsen since the early 1980s. Here's a circa 1982 trailmap, which underscores the mountain's massive evolution over the decades:On the evolution of Granite PeakWhen Charles Skinner purchased Granite Peak, then known as Rib Mountain, it was a nubby little backwater, with neglected infrastructure and a miniscule footprint:And here it is today, a mile-wide broadside running three high-speed chairlifts:An absolutely stunning transformation.On Charles Skinner IIISkinner's 2021 Star Tribune obituary summarized his contributions to Lutsen and to skiing:Charles Mather Skinner III passed away on June 17th at the age of 87 in his new home in Red Wing, MN. …Charles was born in St. Louis, MO on August 30, 1933, to Eleanor Whiting Skinner and Charles Mather Skinner II. He grew up near Lake Harriet in Minneapolis where he loved racing sailboats during the summer and snow sliding adventures in the winter.At the age of 17, he joined the United States Navy and fought in the Korean War as a navigator aboard dive bombers. After his service, he returned home to Minnesota where he graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School, served on the law review, and began practicing law in Grand Rapids, MN.In 1962, he led the formation of Sugar Hills Ski and purchased Sugar Lake (Otis) Resort in Grand Rapids, MN. For 20 years, Charles pioneer-ed snowmaking inventions, collaborated with other Midwest ski area owners to build a golden age for Midwest ski areas, and advised ski areas across the U.S. including Aspen on snowmaking.In the 1970s, Scott Paper Company recruited Charles to manage recreational lands across New England, and later promoted him to become President of Sugarloaf Mountain ski area in Maine. In 1980, he bought, and significantly expanded, Lutsen Mountains in Lutsen, MN, which is now owned and operated by his children.He and his wife spent many happy years on North Captiva Island, Florida, where they owned and operated Barnacle Phil's Restaurant. An entrepreneur and risk-taker at heart, he never wanted to retire and was always looking for new business ventures.His work at Sugar Hills, Lutsen Mountains and North Captive Island helped local economics expand and thrive.He was a much-respected leader and inspiration to thousands of people over the years. Charles was incredibly intellectually curious and an avid reader, with a tremendous memory for facts and history.Unstoppable and unforgettable, he had a wonderful sense of humor and gave wise counsel to many. …On the number of ski areas on Forest Service landA huge number of U.S. ski areas operate on Forest Service land, with the majority seated in the West. A handful also sit in the Midwest and New England (Lutsen once sat partially on Forest Service land, but currently does not):On additional Midwest podcastsAs a native Midwesterner, I've made it a point to regularly feature the leaders of Midwest ski areas on the podcast. 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A few weeks ago, speculation was in high gear over what exactly was happening in Antarctica. I was noticing news stories that reported high profile people were venturing to the South Pole for no apparent reason.Since that program aired, I received a mountain of messages via e-mail Facebook and Twitter requesting that I talk about airbrushed Google Earth images near Lake Vostok, crashed UFOs and secret Nazi bases like Base 211, portals to a hollow earth, an ice wall surrounding a flat Earth, even possible connections to CERN as a strangelet may have found its way to the end of the Earth.I did say during the last program about Antarctica that I believed a special announcement was going to be made about the South Pole and when it is revealed, I would update everyone.Reports have been coming in about a lot of peculiar activity in the southern hemisphere, from earthquakes to UFO activity. Many of these stories may or may not have connections to Antarctica, but the most southern regions of the planet have produced more questions than answers an it is anyone's conspiracy du jour as to what may be happening there.Originally Broadcast On 1/6/17This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4878838/advertisement
Internationally-known DJ, Entrepreneur, and now Fragrance Founder Zernell Gillie is in the Perfume Room! As a lifelong fragrance collector, in 2022, Zernell decided to combine his two greatest passions to launch an eponymous fragrance line. With extraits at a whopping 50% concentration, and fragrances all inspired by different genres of music, it's no wonder this new brand is already buzzing in the niche scene. Plus I review the LAFCO x Sir Candle Man launch, Heart of the Matter. FRAGS MENTIONED: LAFCO x Sir Candle Man Heart of the Matter, Nejma 7, Pierre Cardin, Aramis, Polo Green, Geoffrey Beene Bowling Green, Drakkar Noir, Halston Z-14, Zernell Gillie: House, Techno, Disco, Hip Hop; Issey Miyake, Chanel Egoiste, Lagerfield, Roja Sweetie Aoud, MDCI Invasion Barbare, Royal Crown Sultan, Roja Manhattan SHOP: luckyscent.com (perfumer00m for 10% off) FOLLOW: @zernell.gillie Some products mentioned were gifted in PR with no obligation to post/review.
SHOW NOTES: In this episode, I am having a conversation with Andres from Ecuador with a focus on the immediate future using the verb ir a and a verb in its base form to talk about things we are planning to do in the immediate future. Support the podcast If you like my podcasts, please consider donating to my GoFundMe page. https://www.jezsc.com/ Transcripts Open this link to view the transcript for this episode as well as other transcripts across my podcasts. https://www.jezsc.com/transcripts/#hlsp SPANISH WITH ANDRÉS PODCAST Apple Podcast App (iPhone, iPod, iPad): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spanish-with-andrés/id1591940197 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0w2n1lHItqBp99GSx9xfwT?si=5e912124006d4538 Andrés Website https://spanishwithandres.com CONVERSATIONS IN SPANISH & OTHER LANGUAGES PODCAST This is my main podcast with more than 150 episodes and glowing reviews from listeners for intermediate and advanced Spanish learners where you can learn everyday Spanish in context. The podcast is among the 10 best podcast to learn Spanish according to https://chartable.com/. Give it a try! Apple Podcast App (iPhone, iPod, iPad): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conversations-in-spanish-other-languages/id1450548526 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/2BaaWyvF71c0AfGa9WT021 Find it on other apps https://www.jezsc.com/pages/podcasts/conversations_spanish_podcasts.html Mini Stories to Learn Spanish: For High Beginners & Intermediate Learners Apple Podcast App (iPhone, iPod, iPad) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mini-stories-to-learn-spanish/id1606857529 Open on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/5mnR9VdOQD7mxrLkpFvr0B Find it on other apps https://www.jezsc.com/pages/podcasts/mini_stories_spanish_podcasts.html Joel's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/joelspanishcafe/ Thank you for listening!
In this episode, host Jack Thomas introduces The Fit Guide's four step process to identifying issues in your business, as well as how to fix them. This easy to follow breakdown is essential for any fitness club or studio manager. THE FIT GUIDE The Fit Guide helps fitness lovers find and experience the world's best fitness clubs and studios; and helps fitness clubs create incredible, five star client experiences every time. Visit The Fit Guide The Fit Guide on LinkedIn The Fit Guide on Instagram The Fit Guide Newsletter SHOW RESOURCES Jack Thomas on LinkedIn Fitness Business Asia Website Fitness Business Asia Instagram
Confusión y debate con una iniciativa que pretende reducir la brecha salarial en el mundo del deporte femenil. Chivas y América con un espectacular partido de semifinales en la Liga Mx Femenil. Jimmy Lozano vuelve a enfrentar un duelo importante en su proyecto al frente de la selección mexicana.
In this episode we chat with full-time artist Stephanie Sachs to learn essential strategies for increasing art sales. Stephanie shares powerful strategies that have helped her to consistently earn 100K per year from selling her paintings. This episode is a MUST LISTEN for artists of all experience levels! Here's what we discuss:1. What inspired Stephanie to move to Maui and pursue a career as a full-time artist.2. Best practices for cultivating genuine, lasting relationships with collectors, and the power of email marketing to stay connected.3. How to get more comfortable and confident presenting your work and selling directly from the studio.4. Why Stephanie decided to launch her online program Artists Make Money.About Stephanie:Stephanie Sachs has always been a seeker. After art school, Sachs hopped on a seeking adventure and found a home in Maui. Sachs brings the same sense of adventure into her studio. Sachs paints radical joy in the form of abstract landscape paintings, where she tells stories celebrating the sublime power of nature and the mysteries of life. Sachs' paintings immerse the viewer in a dreamy world filled with multicolor caverns, misty rains, sweeping seas, and twinkling skies. Her paintings invite the viewer to explore a range of emotions from mediative to exuberant. Stephanie Sachs has a BFA from Washington University in St. Louis. She has been a resident at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Sachs' oil paintings are in collections across the world. She has shown in Chelsea, New York, Miami, and Palm Springs. Sachs currently shows at the Four Seasons in Wailea Maui. In 2022 Sachs was selected for the West Coast edition of New American Paintings. Now, Sachs has created an online class to help artists around the world learn how to build their careers and create long-term collector relationships. Her flagship course, “Artists Make Money - How to Sell Your Art Without Selling Out,” is a self-paced online course teaching artists, revenue streams, operations, sales, and marketing. This is Sachs' love song to her fellow artists. Website(s): stephaniesachs.comartistsmakemoney.coInstagram: @sachsmaui@artists_make_moneyVisit our website: visionaryartcollective.comFollow us on Instagram: @visionaryartcollective + @newvisionarymagJoin our newsletter: visionaryartcollective.com/newsletter
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In this episode, Laurent sits down with Matt Lajeunesse. Laj has been at the forefront of slider-down BASE jumping for nearly 20 years, along with his equally legendary wife, Katie Hansen. Not only have they been community leaders supporting local BASE jumping, but they also run a successful tandem BASE operation so that they can share their passion with non-jumpers from around the world. I'm looking forward to hearing his thoughts on how to prepare for jumping in Moab, how to do Turkey Boogie right, and what it's like to run a successful BASE business, as well as some of the harder topics like love and loss. Matt is a thoughtful, empathetic person with a ton of experience, so this is bound to be a great conversation. https://tandembasemoab.com/ _______ Please support this independent project by visiting: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/exitpoint _____ For more info visit www.exitpopintpodcast.com
FreeBSD on the RISC-V Architecture, A bit of XENIX history, pkgbase: Official packages, recover lost text by coredumping firefox, FuguIta 7.4 has been released, LibreSSL 3.8.2 Released, OpenSMTPD 7.4.0p0 Released NOTES This episode of BSDNow is brought to you by Tarsnap (https://www.tarsnap.com/bsdnow) and the BSDNow Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/bsdnow) Headlines Looking Towards the Future: FreeBSD on the RISC-V Architecture (https://klarasystems.com/articles/looking-towards-the-future-freebsd-on-the-risc-v-architecture/) A bit of XENIX history (http://seefigure1.com/2014/04/15/xenixtime.html) News Roundup Official packages (https://lists.freebsd.org/archives/freebsd-pkgbase/2023-October/000221.html) recover lost text by coredumping firefox (https://j3s.sh/thought/recover-lost-text-by-coredumping-firefox.html) FuguIta 7.4 has been released (https://fuguita.org/?FuguIta/7.4&utm_source=bsdweekly) LibreSSL 3.8.2 Released (https://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article;sid=20231103065952) OpenSMTPD 7.4.0p0 Released (https://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article;sid=20231026121132) Conference News AsiaBSDCon 2024 (https://2024.asiabsdcon.org) BSDCan 2024 (https://www.bsdcan.org) EuroBSDCon 2024 (https://2024.eurobsdcon.org) Tarsnap This weeks episode of BSDNow was sponsored by our friends at Tarsnap, the only secure online backup you can trust your data to. Even paranoids need backups. Send questions, comments, show ideas/topics, or stories you want mentioned on the show to firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) Join us and other BSD Fans in our BSD Now Telegram channel (https://t.me/bsdnow)