The following is a conversation with Jon Hawk. Jon is the director of gym operations at Memphis Rox a nonprofit rock climbing gym and community center in South Memphis Tennessee. Founded in 2018, their ethos is rooted in creating a culture of encouragement and empowerment both on and off the wall and they accomplish that by never turning anyone away, regardless of an inability to pay. They believe It's not only about money, but manpower: a willingness to give what one can, be it a helping hand or simply an encouraging word. Their members who can pay-it-forward, do so, to support access for those who can't. Five volunteer hours per month equates to a four-week membership. Memphis Rox is the first nonprofit climbing gym of its size, standing at 32,000 sq ft with yoga and meditation space, a fitness area and system board. The campus also houses Juice Almighty, an in-house café, the Soulsville Community Closet and an Educational Food Garden. In 2020 the documentary Black Ice premiered at the adventure film festival Reel Rock 15. This is how I discovered Memphis Rox. This gym is a living example of hope and love. It's a reminder of the power of community and that when humans work together, amazing progress can be made. Companies supporting their mission include the North Face, Yeti, The Alex Honnold Foundation, Black diamond and many others. Links: https://www.memphisrox.org/ Instagram: Memphisroxclimbing Sponsors:NativePath:Follow the link below to see all of NativePath's Pure Grass-Fed, Organic, Clean Supplements and use the CoMo15 code at checkout for 15% off!https://www.nativepath.com/Lombardi Chiropractic:https://www.lombardichiropractic.com/Mention the Co-Movement Gym Podcast when scheduling your initial appointment for 50% off Initial Consultation and X-Rays!Redmond:redmond.lifeOur team at Co-Movement Gym has used Redmond's Real Sea Salt, Seasonings, Re-Lyte Electrolyte drink and other products for years! This is a U.S. company whose products are simple, clean and taste great. Support them by using the link above or entering the code CoMo15 at checkout and you will receive 10% OFF your order!Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website co-movement.com and learn more on how we can assist you in achieving your maximum health and fitness potential!Check out our Online Private Coaching at www.co-movement.com/onlinecoachingCheck out our main website www.co-movement.comCheck out our Video Podcast Clip on our YouTube Channel Co-Movement
Our guest on this episode of the Wow Factor podcast is Chris Wright, the CEO and Chairman of the Board of Liberty Energy. Chris has an impressive background in the energy industry, having worked in oil and gas, fusion, solar, and geothermal energy. He founded Pinnacle Technologies at the young age of 27 and has served as Chairman of Stroud Energy, in addition to sitting on the board of several nonprofits. Chris is also an outdoor enthusiast and a devoted family man. During our conversation, Chris shares his experiences as an entrepreneur, including the moment he realized he wasn't cut out to work for other people. He offers his thoughts on climate change, the importance to society as a whole of oil and gas, and why he made his #ThankYouNorthFace YouTube video. Chris also shares more about his work with ACE Scholarships, which awards financial scholarships to low-income families so promising students can attend the school of their choice. “Just because people say you can't do it, doesn't mean you can't.” - Chris Wright “Humans are all different. They need to be doing different things; they value different things, they fear different things, they're inspired by different things.” - Chris Wright This Week on The Wow Factor: ● What Chris discovered about his passion for big science in his first semester at MIT ● The moment that Chris realized that he wasn't cut out to work for other people ● Some of the essential lessons that Chris learned in his first job after college ● Why he started Pinnacle Technologies at the young age of 27 ● The process of hydraulic fracturing or ‘fracking' and why Chris is such a staunch supporter of the practice ● Some of the paradoxes inherent in the discussions around climate change ● Why Chris made a YouTube video calling out North Face's hypocrisy and how it led to the #ThankYouNorthFace campaign to force a discussion of the multiple uses of oil and gas in products ● The bottom line on climate change, according to Chris ● Why the ACE Scholarships program was created ● Why the current policy of trying to restrict the development of oil and gas is raising prices and damaging communities worldwide Chris Wright's Word of Wisdom: “There are huge challenges out there. But if you make good decisions, you choose the right partners, and you're a little bit bold, you can do a lot.” - Chris Wright Connect with Chris Wright: ● Liberty Energy Website ● Thank You, North Face on YouTube ● Chris Wright on LinkedIn ● Liberty Energy on Facebook ● Liberty Energy on LinkedIn ● Liberty Energy on Twitter ● Liberty Energy on Instagram Connect with The WOW Factor: ● The WOW Factor Website ● Connect with Brad Formsma via email ● Brad Formsma on LinkedIn ● Brad Formsma on Instagram ● Brad Formsma on Facebook ● Brad Formsma on Twitter
Grab a drink and a handhold, and join Mia Karlsson and Nikki Henderson for a chat on heeling! Unless you sail a multi-hull, 'life-on-a-heel' is an unavoidable fact of life. Heeling is a love//hate type thing: some think heeling contributes to the 'romance' of sailing; others find being heeled over a gut wrenching and deeply uncomfortable aspect of sailing. Through our various careers, we have all learnt the hard way about what works well and what doesn't when living on the North Face. BUT the whole point of the Quarterdeck is that you don't all have to go through this same painful learning process. So join us and we will share of all things that we have learnt about how to make living on a heel more bearable, more safe, and even - we know it's hard to believe - fun! Why is mastering life on a heel important? Because we all want our loved ones to come sailing again! And if life onboard is miserable, so is the crew, and then sailing quickly loses its charm. -- Join us on The QUARTERDECK, 59º North's online platform where we dive deep on the art of seamanship. First two weeks free! This podcast is recorded LIVE on video on the Quarterdeck, so members can watch the show as it happens, ask questions and suggest future topics.
In this episode, we are joined by Emily Golding, Executive Director of Amplifier, a nonprofit design lab that builds art and media experiments to amplify the most important movements of our times. Together, we explore the Gratitude Blooming theme of Choice, represented by the spring rose. Emily shares her journey of embodying choice, teaching the joy of choice, and leaning into how ideas incubate in young people. She also discusses the concept of time dignity and how it impacts our well-being with a focus on the importance of setting boundaries and saying "no" in order to create space for our "yes." Emily shares her personal story with balancing work and motherhood, and the importance of taking time for ourselves to nurture our well-being. She also explores the challenges faced by the younger generation, including eco-anxiety and the pressure to constantly be "doing," and offers insights into how we can create a more fulfilling and purposeful life. Read more about Emily and her work here:As an Irish/Latina native of the eastside of Los Angeles, Emily is keenly interested in how the stories we tell shape our collective identity. In her 10+ years in the social impact space, she has collaborated with philanthropists, artists, activists, technologists, journalists, and scholars to launch large-scale media, art, theatre, dance, and film projects that expand our notion of public life. To date, Emily has secured over 17 million in funding from over 100 grantors spanning from the Knight Foundation, the Hewlett Foundation, the Kresge Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the U.S. Department of State, and global brands like Johnson & Johnson, The North Face, and Louis Vuitton for projects across the United States and Latin America. Program partners have included the U.N., the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, Facebook, and ViacomCBS.Emily is the Executive Director of Amplifier, a design lab that amplifies the most important social movements of our times. Prior to Amplifier, Emily spent seven years running the national grantwriting and comms firm Girasol Consulting, and served as a writing professor at Occidental College. She has served as a panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts' Folk and Traditional Arts grants program and spoken about narrative shift and culture change work at Johns Hopkins University, George Washington University, and on ABC and FOX news. Her writings on politics and culture have been published by Zocalo Public Square and by Harvard University and New York University journals. Emily holds a master's degree in Journalism from Georgetown University and an undergraduate degree in Modern Literature from UC Santa Cruz. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, creative writing, vegan nachos, and adventures in revolutionary motherhood!Check out Amplifier's social media toolkit for the Well + Being campaign!We are co-creating the world we want to live in, and we want to hear from you! Share your feedback with this survey (only takes 30 seconds to complete.)If you enjoyed this episode, please take a moment to leave us a 5-star rating and review. Your feedback is valuable to us and helps us grow.You can also share your thoughts and comments by emailing us at email@example.com. We love hearing from our listeners.And don't forget to check out our shop at www.gratitudeblooming.com to help us sustain this podcast (our labor of love). Thank you for your continued support. We appreciate you!
L. Renee Blount is a Harvard-trained designer, creative strategist, adventurer and storyteller, L. is the founder of WNDR Haus, a creative agency. She has appeared on the cover of Outside Magazine and worked with clients including, National Geographic, Patagonia, The North Face, Athleta and more. Through her work, L. seeks to showcase joy and engagement in the outdoors by underrepresented people. In this episode, L. discusses her journey as a first-generation college student to the halls of Harvard University to explain that even with an Ivy League degree, career challenges exist for underrepresented people. She talks about the “hustle tours” she went on, where she traveled the nation meeting with C-suite executives for coffee, seeking to find an ally who would help her break into the industry. In this conversation, L. provides listeners with great insights into building a group of mentors and the type of information they should seek therefrom. L. is transparent about her educational journey and what she wishes she would have known before completing multiple degrees. This is an insightful take, especially for first-generation college students, on navigating college and maximizing opportunities from a degree. L. next explains how she got into climbing. Here, she highlights the barriers that exist to the sport for Black people. She provides actionable insights for how others can come alongside underrepresented people as allies in the outdoors space. Finally, L. outlines the process involved in starting her business, WNDR Haus. She explains how she came to realize that her passion was something she could pursue entrepreneurship around. L. explains how creators should price their services and negotiate deals. This conversation not only gives athletes and creators insights into turning a passion into an impactful business. More important, though, it highlights for educators and corporate leaders the implicit and unconscious biases that persist in their systems. L.'s transparency in her career journey serves as a beckoning call to leaders in academia and corporate America to question whether people of all races have full and fair opportunities to achieve their greatest potential therein. Get the Ruling Sports Newsletter: https://rulingsports.com/newsletter/ Follow Ruling Sports Instagram: www.Instagram.com/RulingSports Twitter: www.Twitter.com/RulingSports Facebook: www.Facebook.com/RulingSports LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/RulingSports TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@RulingSports
Majka Burhardt went climbing for the first time while attending a sleepaway camp for kids in Minnesota. Since then, she's built a career ascending ice and rock all over the world. As climbing brought her to frozen pitches and high peaks, it also led Burhardt to Legado, an international nonprofit she founded with inspiration from a mountain in Mozambique. After deciding to add “mom” to her resume, Burhardt was still trying to figure out how to balance parenting with a career in climbing and nonprofit leadership when she found out she was pregnant with twins. In her new book, More: Life at the Edge of Adventure and Motherhood, Burhardt shares messages she wrote and recorded for her children while she was pregnant and in the early years of their lives. Throughout the memoir, Burhardt reflects on motherhood, marriage and her own childhood—and what it means to try to do it all. We discuss her new book, whether she thinks her kids will be climbers, and how becoming a mother changed how she evaluates risk and reward in ways you might not expect. This episode is brought to you by The North Face. Alpinist Magazine: Website | Instagram | Facebook Host: Abbey Collins Guest Majka Burhardt's new book More: Life at the Edge of Adventure and Motherhood will be released on March 7, 2023. Producer + Engineer: Mike Horn
Newly christened The North Face Athlete, Rod Farvard, returns to the show to talk about the brand's unique Athlete Development Program, an initiative launched earlier this month to provide 17 young athletes from a multitude of outdoor sports with resources to accelerate their careers and serve as activists in the outdoor space. Rod and I talk about the critical role such programs play in continuing to professionalize the sport of trail running; how he intends to use his platform to help decrease our environmental impact while enjoying trails and wilderness spaces; and a whole lot more. TOPICS & TIMESDoi Inthanon: a series of unfortunate events (3:41)Getting Rhabdo (7:49)“What's your longest ride on Zwift?” (14:43)TNF's Athlete Development Program (16:12)Mentorship with The North Face (20:41)Meeting the ADP team (25:04)Is running inherently selfish? (29:20)6-month program goals (33:29)3rd time's a charm at Western States '23 (35:13)UTMB & TDS (38:12)RELATED LINKSBlister + Spot InsuranceBecome a Blister MemberCHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTSCRAFTEDBlister PodcastGEAR:30Bikes & Big Ideas Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today I'm talking with Colorado businesswoman Sheri Tingey. Sheri pioneered an entire adventure sport, while many her age were mulling retirement. Recently, on her 77th birthday, Sheri Tingey finally saw her dream come true. Two decades and dozens of prototypes later, Alpacka Raft launched the Valkyrie. Suited for Class V whitewater, this Packraft is the closest resemblance of a hard shell kayak ever made. It's the culmination of Sheri's ambitions since she designed the modern-day Packraft and built the brand 22 years ago. Her idea blossomed into a 50-employee company, making the brand a leader in the outdoor industry and one of the largest employers in the small mountain town of Mancos, CO. Facebook Twitter Instagram The Outdoor Biz Podcast Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Sign up for my Newsletter HERE. I'd love to get your feedback! Contact me here: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave me a message on Speakpipe! Brought to you by: Thrive Market Show Notes Let's start with how you got into the outdoors. You know, honestly, I've been in the outdoors from the time I can remember I was born and raised in Phoenix. I, from the time I was a very small child, I hated the heat, didn't, you know, didn't want anything to do with that. But there was a camp out of Prescott and my dad would build cabins for them. I only have a tiny memory of that, but by the next year, that and that camp was everything about being in the outdoors. And how did you learn how to sew and make things? I come from the generation that women still, you know, sewed. My grandmother lived with us and she made all of our clothes, in those days. You know, today it, it is kind of interesting, sewing has become one of these lost arts that's sort of, redefining itself again. But when I was young, clothing was very expensive and so most people sewed. My grandmother lived in a little tiny cabin out and back and she had a little singer. And you know, she didn't so much teach us as my sister and I would just watch her and she let us use the sewing machine. And so by the time Rogue was five and I was three. We started sewing. Where'd you learn to kayak? Yep. I, I had moved to Jackson Hole in 1967, and lived there for many years till we moved to Alaska. And I started kayaking. I got invited on a trip on the Owyhee River. Some friends who were, uh, ski friends who had and you, I'm trying to think, this would be about 1971. Okay. Something like that. Mm-hmm. 72 maybe. And you know, at that time there were kayaks on the East coast and there were some kayaks in Seattle and Los Angeles, but almost nothing in the Rocky Mountains. Kayaking had not hit yet. I was a water fanatic and I am invited on this trip on the Owyhee River, and there were four kayaks and one raft. And I, of course, was in the raft and I had never seen kayaks before. And I took one look at those things and went, oh my God, this is the way you, you know, all of a sudden you have waves, you have water, it's like the ocean. So the, uh, last day of the trip, the three of us that were in the raft, they traded off and let us play in the kayaks. And I just was, you know, it was love the second I got in and I was like, oh my God, I am home. Did that also get you in rafting? You know, I was never a quote-unquote rafter. I think rafts are great, but particularly then, even now, you need a lot of stuff for a raft. You need at least four people and a lot of stuff. You need a good trailer. You need all this stuff. There's nothing small about owning a raft, but buying this world-famous that weighed, you know, what, 25 pounds or something? You could throw it in the back of the car. Looking back I realized, wow, those were dots, that those were the dots in the line of development for building pack rafts that I would've never even remotely thought about. It was this reality that, wow, I don't want a huge raft. I want something I can throw in the back of the car. I want something that, you know, can support my kayak trip. Share with us the early days from that first boat. Sounds like you made your first boat and played around with it. How long after that first boat did the company start? Two years earlier, Thor went to Colorado College, which is a school that had an adventure program that gave grants for basically adventure travel. And it was done because one of the previous alumni, Rick Kellogg was a climber and he was killed on Mount Foraker and his parents had a fair amount of money and started a fund at this college for travel. So Thor won a grant his sophomore year, and there were five of them. And that year they took a, I don't know what it was, like a three-week or a month trip at that point. So, the idea was always there, but there wasn't a boat. And so long story short, the summer before Thor's first trip, Roman Dial and Carl Tobin had done a thing called heli biking the Alaska Range. They started at the Alaska-Yukon border and followed the Alaska range up and ended up at Lake Clark. They were gone all summer and they had their bikes and they had these little pack rafts that were made by Sherpa. So that was the year before Thor won his grant. And we knew Roman. So when Thor was trying to figure out what he wanted to do, my ex and I said at the time, you should talk to Roman, cuz Roman just knows so much about travel in the state. And so Roman kind of put Thor onto making a pack raft, quote unquote work, and do this last third of the trip that they'd done. And so they did that year. And those boats, they bought little $79.95 Sevylors. So with almost every mile, one of the boats out of the five would sink and they, you know, they just repaired and repaired and repaired and repaired. And so any rate, when he returned from that trip, he said, I will never ever, ever, ever take a Sevylor anywhere again. And so fast forward two years and, and he has a trip again, and there was another gentleman named Curtis, his last name was Curtis. He was a Boeing engineer, and in one of those bust economies, he started building these beautiful little boats, but it was made out of tissue paper practically. He was a high-country lake fisherman, and that's what they were designed for. Thor was climbing Denali when the boat arrived. And I unpacked this thing and I took one look and I thought, oh my God, you are so toast You're not even gonna get off the lake in this thing. So I went down to Joanne Fabrics, and in those days they actually had some Pack Cloth and glued it on the bottom, at least to give him something of a floor. Then he got off Denali and heads off on this trip. And so when he returned, as they say, I weighed that boat and I weighed about three and a half pounds when it left, and it was close to 15 pounds. at the end of the year when it came back and it was just patch on patch on patch. And that's when he said, can you build me a boat and like a dummy I said, uh, yeah. Are there any future projects you guys are working on that you can talk about? Well, you know, and what's been fun the Valkyrie, this last boat that just came out. I lovingly call her the bitch because she is the bitch. Dustin and I, and Thor and everyone, we've worked so long on this boat. There are so many things we learned off of that boat. Uh, just like with all, all of these things, you know, it's that classic progression, right, that you learn a new technique, well then you take back and you know, it drips down to all the others and, oh, we can do this now, we can do that now. And there are so many things I learned off of building the Valkyrie that I can now take forward into some of these other boats that I'm doing that I wouldn't even thought about. So do you get outside much? Do you get to paddle a lot? The last two years, to be honest, I've been real active up till about two years ago, and then my chronic fatigue just came out of the closet again. And so it'll, well, It's life. At least I'm functioning again. The most I get out is I bought, I broke down and bought a nice electric bike. I'm trying to ski a little bit this winter, but I'm also starting to get Healthier. Do you have any suggestions or advice for folks wanting to get into the outdoor adventure business? One, don't be afraid of it. It's one of the things that happens, and it was a, one of the biggest lessons for me, you know, I had my business making ski clothing. I started in 1968, you know, and went till 1981. And at that point was, when all there were so many little tiny manufacturers like myself and then Patagonia, Chouinard at that time, and North Face and all those guys all of a sudden just exploded, blew up. And all of us in this, in the industry that were little thought, this is the end. You know, there's, there's no hope. There's no room for anybody else. And what I came to find out many years later is, that's not true because as these companies get bigger, they, you can't be great big and be cutting edge. It just doesn't work. If you, the more people you sell to, the more you have to dumb down your, gears the wrong word, but in a way it's, it, it has to be more standard. There's always room on the cutting edge. Yeah. If you're gonna try to do something standardized, yeah you might have some problems, you know, then you're fighting the big voice. But if you can make something really good that's out there on that edge that has a market, absolutely you can do it. I think the most difficult thing today is, which didn't used to be such a problem is getting your hands on the fabrics that you need. Some of those companies are not so willing to sell the good stuff, but, you can find your way through it. It you just have to be persistent. You can do it, but just be careful about where you start and you don't need to be a giant. Start small and let it grow, you know? That's perfect. Do you have a favorite piece of outdoor gear under a hundred dollars that you use a lot that you like? When I saw that, I chuckled. Several years ago we had moved into Anchorage. There was an article in the paper about a man and his son uh, out in the Bethel area, which is, well it's out in the big delta there. Anyway, it was early June and I, I don't even remember the river that they were running, but they had come around a corner, you know, they're out in the middle of absolute nowhere and the entire river was frozen over and they went under the ice. Long story short, it wasn't too far. The whole thing went under and they broke out the other side and you know, they lost everything. He and his son survived because he had a waterproof lighter. And in those days I always had lighters and I always put 'em in plastic baggies and everything, and never thought that, but any rate, I went down and I bought a waterproof lighter and It's one of the coolest things I've ever owned, and it is such an incredible safety thing to have that, you know, this thing's gonna work. That's a great thing to have. Do you have a couple favorite Books? John Kretschmer Cape Horn to Starboard Sailing a Serious Ocean As we wrap up, is there anything else you'd like to say to, or ask of our listeners? You know, I would say one thing, but I think it's apropo of this time in particular. And this is not just alpaca, all of these companies like alpaca, that chose to stay here. People need to understand just how difficult that is for these, companies, to choose to produce in this country. Everything works against you. It's so easy to say, oh, I'm going abroad and I'm gonna get slave labor and I'm gonna get this and I'm gonna get that and I'm gonna make my big bucks. Any of these smaller companies that choose to do their production at home. They're gonna be a little more expensive. But they give people jobs. They're, there's just so much about them that people need to recognize that it's not all about the darn bottom dollar, you know? So you save five bucks. Uh, think about where you're buying and why you're buying it, because there are a lot of companies like ours, especially in the outdoor industry now, there's many of 'em, Give him a, a good hard look. Follow up with Sheri Just call Alpacka and they will get in contact with me and I will contact 'em back.
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Nous sommes en 2010 et Yvon Chouinard vient de prendre une décision qui semble aller à l'encontre de toutes les règles de business : demander aux clients de sa marque d'acheter moins de produits de sa marque !Pendant ce temps, The North Face rattrape peu à peu son retard en matière de responsabilité environnementale, avec une série de nouvelles initiatives.Et bientôt, les deux rivaux vont se retrouver associés autour des mêmes valeurs – celles de leurs origines - pour combattre un ennemi commun.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
A la fin des années 1990, The North Face tente de se relancer en ouvrant des centaines de points de vente aux Etats-Unis. Car la stratégie de la marque n'est plus de séduire les amateurs de montagne et de grand air, mais bien les jeunes urbains, avec ses doudounes colorées. Sauf que le succès de la marque ne fait pas boule de neige et que l'entreprise se retrouve bientôt au bord du gouffre.De son côté, Patagonia cultive ses valeurs et s'impose comme une entreprise réellement responsable, en s'appuyant notamment sur les dernières technologies textiles.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Steph Davis has been a professional climber since 1991. But simply calling the Moab, Utah local a climber seems inadequate. From three years old, Davis was trained in the Suzuki Method on the piano. She practiced everyday, sometimes for hours a day, until she discovered a passion for climbing. The piano fell silent as climbing became her primary focus. In 2004, Davis became only the second woman to free climb El Capitan in one day. The following year she freed the formation's Salathe Wall—the first woman ever to do so. She's logged climbing achievements all over the world, and has confronted fear while free soloing walls such as the Diamond on Longs Peak. For Davis, climbing is about when to hold on, and when to let go. We talk about her evolution as an athlete—how she went from focusing exclusively on climbing to adding base jumping and wingsuit flying to her repertoire. She describes the sense of euphoria gained from free soloing, and why it can't be replicated. This episode is brought to you by The North Face. Alpinist Magazine Website | Instagram | Facebook Host: Abbey Collins Guest: Steph Davis Producer + Engineer: Mike Horn
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The Pelicans losing streak continues but this isn't new territory for the team - Should they stay the course or make a crazy move? Sean Payton has found a new home in Denver and will be wearing even more North Face than usual. Mardi Gras is coming for the city, and so are car thieves! Buckle up, it's Polk & Kush.
A l'aube des années 1990, Yvon Chouinard est en pleine crise existentielle : il a du mal à accepter son statut d'entrepreneur à succès. Et il ne sait pas quoi faire de la marque qu'il a créée et qui engrange des montagnes de cash.Pendant ce temps, le nouveau propriétaire de The North Face, Odyssey International, décide de lancer une nouvelle gamme d'équipements de ski pour tenter de s'imposer comme le roi de la montagne.Mais lorsque le vent économique tourne et qu'arrive la récession, les deux entreprises se retrouvent prises en pleine tempête.Progressez en anglais à votre rythme grâce à Cambly, notre partenaire, et ses tuteurs anglophones ! Bénéficiez de 15mn offertes et de réductions exceptionnelles sur https://cambly.info/businessVous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Clint Helander's narrative is driven by stories of persistence. Persistence in the face of nearly insurmountable odds, in far-flung places like Alaska's Revelation Mountains. Persistence in honor of friends lost, and partners with whom he's made the push to the top. Helander is a regular Alpinist contributor and longtime reader. He says Alpinist 9, which includes a Mountain Profile on Mt. Hunter, is his favorite edition of all time. Most recently, Helander's storytelling is featured in Alpinist 79. The story documents Helander and Andres Marin's 2022 first ascent of the east face of Golgotha in the Revelations – a route they named Shaft of the Abyss. Now, Helander is preparing for the next leg of his journey—attending nursing school—while running a snow removal business in Anchorage, Alaska. We caught up with Clint in between storms to learn more about his experiences in the mountains, and the inner conflict formed by a life of climbing close to the edge. This episode is brought to you by The North Face. Alpinist Magazine Website | Instagram | Facebook Host: Abbey Collins Guest: Clint Helander Producer + Engineer: Mike Horn
A la fin des années 1970, Patagonia végète un peu. C'est alors qu'Yvon Chouinard a l'idée de lancer une nouvelle gamme de vêtements chauds, réalisés dans une matière jusqu'ici utilisée pour l'ameublement ! C'est un succès immédiat, tant sur les camps de base des alpinistes que dans les rangs du public des défilés de mode.Pendant ce temps, The North Face doit faire face à la concurrence asiatique, avec des produits importés à bas coût et voit ses ventes de sacs à dos stagnent.Mais surtout, les deux PDG des deux entreprises commencent à se demander si tout l'argent qu'ils gagnent est bien mérité…Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Avoid the V@X Plague (3) (Audio) David Eells - 1/15/23 Authority Over Plagues / Building the Temple David Eells - 1/13/23 All the coughing and pains of flu-like symptoms across the country are because of the Chemtrails and 5G in the natural. I asked, Lord did these chemtrails come from the wicked? meaning the DS? And I got 2H - Yes. Is this an innoculation, i.e. from you? I got 2H - Yes. I asked this a few years ago and got the same answer. Of course it is also a test of faith to see if we will believe and confess our sacrifice, Jesus, by Whose stripes we were healed.. Jas 1:2-8 Count it all joy, my brethren, when ye fall into manifold temptations; 3 knowing that the proving of your faith worketh patience. 4 And let patience have its perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, lacking in nothing. 5 But if any of you lacketh wisdom, let him ask of God, who giveth to all liberally and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him. 6 But let him ask in faith, nothing doubting: for he that doubteth is like the surge of the sea driven by the wind and tossed. 7 For let not that man think that he shall receive anything of the Lord; 8 a doubleminded man, unstable in all his ways. Heb 10:23 let us hold fast the confession of our hope that it waver not; for he is faithful that promised: So, as we see, the Lord is also inoculating us with their plague. Merriam Webster says: “Inoculation” is the act or process or an instance of inoculating especially: the introduction of a pathogen or antigen into a living organism to stimulate the production of antibodies within the body. It is beyond a coincedence that Amber just got this book on LULU and here is the test copy and cover. (What are the chances?) We see on the cover Aaron took the censer and ran between the dying and the living and stopped the plague. Num 16:46-50 And Moses said unto Aaron, Take thy censer, and put fire therein from off the altar,(Represents the sacrifice of Jesus by whose stripes we are healed) and lay incense thereon (representing prayer in agreement with that), and carry it quickly unto the congregation, and make atonement for them: for there is wrath gone out from Jehovah; the plague is begun. (An atonement is a sacrifice to cover us from the curse. Jesus sacrificed Himself to deliver us from the curse but also that we could sacrifice our self life to escape the curse.) 47 And Aaron took as Moses spake, and ran into the midst of the assembly; and, behold, the plague was begun among the people: and he put on the incense, and made atonement for the people. 48 And he stood between the dead and the living; and the plague was stayed. (Jesus our High Priest stood between the dead (representing those who died without this sacrifice) and the living that we could partake of His life, for by Whose stripes we were healed. Exo 12:13 And the blood shall be to you for a token upon the houses where ye are: and when I see the blood, I will pass over you, and there shall no plague be upon you to destroy you, when I smite the land of Egypt. How is the blood applied? Rom 3:23-26 for all have sinned, and fall short of the glory of God; 24 being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus: 25 whom God set forth to be a propitiation, through faith, in his blood, to show his righteousness because of the passing over of the sins done aforetime, in the forbearance of God; 26 for the showing, I say, of his righteousness at this present season: that he might himself be just, and the justifier of him that hath faith in Jesus. And 1Jn 1:7-9 but if we walk in the light (Of God's Word), as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another (What about those who hate fellowship with Christians who know their dark sins), and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanseth us from all sin. 8 If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. 9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. Zec 14:12 And this shall be the plague wherewith Jehovah will smite all the peoples that have warred against Jerusalem: their flesh shall consume away while they stand upon their feet, and their eyes shall consume away in their sockets, and their tongue shall consume away in their mouth. Psa 91:1-16 He that dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High Shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. 2 I will say of Jehovah, He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in whom I trust. 3 For he will deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, And from the deadly pestilence. 4 He will cover thee with his pinions, And under his wings shalt thou take refuge: His truth is a shield and a buckler. 5 Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night, Nor for the arrow that flieth by day; 6 For the pestilence that walketh in darkness, Nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday. 7 A thousand shall fall at thy side, And ten thousand at thy right hand; But it shall not come nigh thee. 8 Only with thine eyes shalt thou behold, And see the reward of the wicked. 9 For thou, O Jehovah, art my refuge! Thou hast made the Most High thy habitation; 10 There shall no evil befall thee, Neither shall any plague come nigh thy tent. 11 For he will give his angels charge over thee, To keep thee in all thy ways. 12 They shall bear thee up in their hands, Lest thou dash thy foot against a stone. 13 Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder: The young lion and the serpent shalt thou trample under foot. 14 Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him: I will set him on high, because he hath known my name. 15 He shall call upon me, and I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble: I will deliver him, and honor him. 16 With long life will I satisfy him, And show him my salvation. Is Jesus in danger of plagues? No? Then neither are you if you believe. In our renewed imagination we see Jesus in the mirror. 2Co 3:18 But we all, with unveiled face beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are transformed into the same image from glory to glory, even as from the Lord the Spirit. We are like Jesus in this world. We are called the Body of Christ. 1Jn 4:17 Herein is love made perfect with us, that we may have boldness in the day of judgment; because as he is, even so are we in this world. Shalonda had a vision of merging into Jesus. Are you safe in there? Luk 10:19 Behold, I have given you authority to tread upon serpents and scorpions (Demons), and over all the power of the enemy (Spirits of infirmity distribute plagues but we say NO. We have authority over all their power to hurt us.): and nothing shall in any wise hurt you. Monday night prayer meeting myself several times telling you to point your fingers at saints in need and declare them healed, delivered, saved etc. With your renewed imagination see power come out of your finger by faith to do this work in them to do. And for them to receive their need through faith. Jesus said, He did always those things He saw of His Father so we do too. Along with Jesus we speak to the mountain and dont doubt and we shall have it. Along with Jesus we say, “Be it unto you according yo your faith” and “As you have believed so shall it be unto you.” When the two or more of us agree there is power. Did you receive monday night? Did you give it out monday night. Then both should believe you have received as Jesus comanded in Mark 11:23-24. Its not the method but the releasing of faith multiplied by numbers of people with faith. The 1:11-11:1 Revelation? David Eells In part 2 of Avoid the V@X Plague a verse was mentioned. It was Heb. 11:1 Now faith is assurance of things hoped for, a conviction of things not seen. When I read this verse in the broadcast the address numbers were reversed to Heb. 1:11. I actually read the verse this way, but immediately knew that it was 11:1 from memory. So, I corrected it in the text to reverse those numbers in the audio, which he did. Then I looked at the “sent version” of my email to Casey and it was reversed back to 1:11. So, I asked Casey to change the text back again on the website to 11:1. I also sent the corrected text to myself and noticed that it had changed back again to 1:11. I deleted all previous drafts of my text to ensure there was some form of auto-correct happening. I wondered if the Lord was trying to tell me something. We discovered what Heb. 1:11 says, Heb. 1:11 They shall perish; but thou continuest: And they all shall wax old as doth a garment. So, as we shall see, we figured that the two verses were speaking a message from the Lord that people will perish in the coming plagues without faith according to Heb. 11:1. Then Eve had this dream concerning a variant that the Lord labeled 11:11 and she sent it to me. God's Plague Variant 11:11 Eve Brast - 1/12/23 (David's notes in red) I dreamed that I was in a narrow hallway near the entrance, inside of a building. (Jesus is the narrow Way and He is also the Door to the sheep fold by which we must enter.) I watched as Greg and Brandy came through the front door. (Greg means “Watchman” and he and Brandy represent the watchmen on the walls of Zion, as we will see.) They were dressed in layers of clothing with scarves and toboggans on their heads. They both had one of those puffy North Face coats on top of their layered clothing. (This seems to indicate a time of very cold weather and also North Face is a play on the words, “Facing North” which is where the Bible says the Kingdom of God is located. Psa. 48:2 Beautiful in elevation, the joy of the whole earth, Is mount Zion, on the sides of the north, The city of the great King.) Inside this building there seemed to be much concern from the people about the world events taking place, especially sickness and plagues that were going around. It seemed to be dominating all the conversations. (This is beginning to happen as more and more of God's judgments are beginning to fall on mankind through the DS powers that be.) As Greg and Brandy passed me, I heard them talking about the new “variant” that was going around and that this was "the real deal" this time. I was wondering what number "the powers that be" had assigned to this new plague variant when, the voice of the Lord spoke from above and behind me and said, “It is variant 11:11.” (i.e. the Lord is calling it variant 11:11, no matter what the “powers that be” were calling it.) I saw the variant in a vision in the dream as a white scripture address 11:11. End. I believe this dream is the answer to the riddle the Lord gave me of 1:11-11:1. (Heb. 1:11 They shall perish; but thou continuest: And they all shall wax old as doth a garment; Many will perish without the faith of Heb. 11:1 Now faith is assurance of things hoped for, a conviction of things not seen.) Man-child Preserved Through Faction and Pharmakeia Attacks David Eells On 1-11-23, I saw on my e-sword Bible search this: 2Ki 11:1 Now when Athaliah the mother of Ahaziah saw that her son was dead, she arose and destroyed all the seed royal. (Notice the addresses 1:11 and 11:1 Now here is a wonder. I had used this e-sword Bible search quite a few times after this 2Ki. 11:1 came up on 1/11 so it should not have been there; it should have been deleted. Another God thing!) So, let's look at this text: 2Ki 11:1-21 Now when Athaliah (Whom I believe represents Jezebel, Witchcraft, and Faction, which is translated from the New Testament as Pharmakeia! Athaliah the mother of Ahaziah saw that her son was dead, she arose and destroyed all the seed royal. (Witchcraft and Faction killed the brethren of Jesus the Man-child, just like Herod did, and like Abimelech and the men of Shechem did, when the one man-child was preserved and prophesied a faction in the midst of their faction.) 2 But Jehosheba, the daughter of king Joram, sister of Ahaziah, took Joash the son of Ahaziah, and stole him away from among the king's sons that were slain, (So, one man-child survived as with Herod and with Abimelech and the men of Shechem.) even him and his nurse, and put them in the bedchamber; and they hid him from Athaliah, so that he was not slain; 3 And he was with her hid in the house of Jehovah six years. (Jesus went into Egypt to escape Herod) And Athaliah reigned over the land. 4 And in the seventh year Jehoiada sent and fetched the captains over hundreds of the Carites and of the guard, and brought them to him into the house of Jehovah; and he made a covenant with them, and took an oath of them in the house of Jehovah, and showed them the king's son. (The last man-child) 5 And he commanded them, saying, This is the thing that ye shall do: a third part of you, that come in on the sabbath, shall be keepers of the watch of the king's house; 6 and a third part shall be at the gate Sur; and a third part at the gate behind the guard: so shall ye keep the watch of the house, and be a barrier. 7 And the two companies of you, even all that go forth on the sabbath, shall keep the watch of the house of Jehovah about the king. (The military protected the Man-child till he was anointed. The Angels said that you are God's military. So exercise your authority over those who want to destroy the Man-child, as we will see in Michael's dream.) 8 And ye shall compass the king round about, every man with his weapons in his hand; and he that cometh within the ranks, let him be slain: and be ye with the king when he goeth out, and when he cometh in. (We just received this text in our morning prayer meeting.) 9 And the captains over hundreds did according to all that Jehoiada the priest commanded; and they took every man his men, those that were to come in on the sabbath, with those that were to go out on the sabbath and came to Jehoiada the priest. 10 And the priest delivered to the captains over hundreds the spears and shields that had been king David's, which were in the house of Jehovah. 11 And the guard stood, every man with his weapons in his hand, from the right side of the house to the left side of the house, along by the altar and the house, by the king round about. (This was written in the margin of my bible On 11-12-16 (Notice the number!) which is also the address of the verse 11:12, when I asked the Lord, “Will you give me authority, faith and Mercy to take down Faction” [i.e. in church and state] and put my finger on this verse which I took to mean, “Yes”:) 11:12 Then he brought out the king's son, and put the crown upon him, and gave him the testimony; and they made him king, and anointed him; and they clapped their hands, and said, Long live the king. 13 And when Athaliah heard the noise of the guard and of the people, she came to the people into the house of Jehovah: 14 and she looked, and, behold, the king stood by the pillar, as the manner was, and the captains and the trumpets by the king; and all the people of the land rejoiced, and blew trumpets. Then Athaliah rent her clothes, and cried, Treason! treason! (Like, Killary and Pelosi who both met their demise.) 15 And Jehoiada the priest commanded the captains of hundreds that were set over the host, and said unto them, Have her forth between the ranks; and him that followeth her slay with the sword. For the priest said, Let her not be slain in the house of Jehovah. (We agree, no faction or witchcraft is permitted in the “house of the Lord”.) 16 So they made way for her; and she went by the way of the horses' entry to the king's house: and there was she slain. (In GITMO) 17 And Jehoiada made a covenant between Jehovah and the king and the people, that they should be Jehovah's people; between the king also and the people. 18 And all the people of the land (People of the Land? This we have received in dreams, visions, and words that the DS uprising will come against the apostate Church and we can already see that Pharmakeia, or witchcraft, has come against them in the “Died Suddenly” plague.) all the people of the land went to the house of Baal, and brake it down; his altars and his images brake they in pieces thoroughly, and slew Mattan the priest of Baal before the altars.(Mattan represented the apostate leadership. Baal was the false Jesus in the apostate Churches.) And the priest appointed officers over the house of Jehovah. 19 And he took the captains over hundreds, and the Carites, and the guard, and all the people of the land; and they brought down the king from the house of Jehovah, and came by the way of the gate of the guard unto the king's house. And he sat on the throne of the kings. 20 So all the people of the land rejoiced, and the city was quiet. And Athaliah they had slain with the sword at the king's house. 21 Jehoash (The Man-child) was seven years old when he began to reign. Assassination Dream Michael Hare - 12/31/22 (David's notes in red) I dreamed I was standing in the kitchen near the sink and saw outside a big silver truck that was trailering a very large white speed boat behind it. (Silver and white seem initially a positive thing. But outward appearances can be deceiving.) I yelled at David and told him someone was coming up the driveway.(Before this man showed up to visit us in real life, we considered it a good thing.) The truck just came on into the garage with the boat sticking outside. David went out into the garage to see who it was and by the time I got to the garage door and opened it, I saw David sitting on his knees in a bowed position. He looked up at me with a reserved look of fate on his face! I knew instantly that the driver of the truck pulling the boat had a pistol pointed at David. Fear for David struck me very hard and then the dream ended. (The pistol was to give me “a shot”; meaning assassination by the vaccine plague. I had asked the Lord if he had the plague and got a positive answer, confirmed by lot. The boat represented the fact that this man did not want to get into the Water of the Word, which happened before my eyes in the natural. Then, below, we received a confirming dream of this person not receiving the Water, but leaving in anger and being judged.) Judgment upon the Enemies of the Man-child Reformers Alenna Timoshchuk - 12/30/22 (David's notes in red) I had a dream… [about a couple]. Their names were either Annie and Gary or Anita and Andre. I looked up both sets of names and they both meant about the same thing. Annie means “grace and favor” and Anita means, “graceful and merciful”. Gary means, “spear” and Andre means, “warrior”. (As we will see, this represents people who fight against the Man-child Davids.) So here is the dream. This new couple came to UBM and their names were one of the ones I mentioned above. (We know who this couple is. They are the ones from Michael's dream.) They seemed sweet. The man was tall and had a beard and the woman was shorter and had dark hair. (Those were the only characteristics I could remember.) They joined for one meeting and then the woman was at home while the man went to a meeting with Michael and David… Michael and David gently gave this man a correction and he immediately got very angry and left the meeting. (Anger resides in the bosom of a fool. Fools hate correction.) He was walking home in a rage and right before he reached his driveway, I saw leaves and dust start swirling around him and a fire rose up out of the ground and consumed him. When the fire dissipated, all that was left, were his bones. (This destruction seems like a spiritual judgment that happens to the factious when those demons take them over.) My husband David and I were driving by their house and we saw his skeleton on the ground right before his driveway and he told me that we needed to go in and let his wife know what happened. We came to her door and she let us in. My husband exchanged a few pleasantries with her, then nodded pointedly at me and stepped out of the house. I came up to her with tears in my eyes and gave her a hug. As I was hugging her, I told her everything that happened to her husband. She cried a little and then stepped out of my embrace and wiped her tears and smiled a little. Then she got busy in her kitchen and started making tea as she was expecting some other women from our fellowship to come over. I watched her, surprised that she was able to compose herself so quickly, and had this sense that the Lord set her free and delivered her of a burden. After I wrote the dream down, I asked the Lord for a verse and received Mark 10:48 and my finger landed on the words “many rebuked him” And many rebuked him, that he should hold his peace: but he cried out the more a great deal, Thou son of David, have mercy on me. I prayed asking the Lord for a verse to confirm this dream and my finger landed on Psa 1:5-6 Therefore, the wicked shall not stand in the judgment, Nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous. For Jehovah knoweth the way of the righteous; But the way of the wicked shall perish. We believe that many who will not listen will be judged by these plagues. We have been told by the Lord that He would use the plagues to remove people who are hindering His leadership in families and assemblies. Disregarding the Prophet's Voice David Eells - 12/28/22 Last night I was given a vision that I believe is about the prophet Jesus' voice being heard through His vessels but then being disregarded. This caused them to be cut off as in Acts 3:23 And it shall be, that every soul that shall not hearken to that prophet, shall be utterly destroyed from among the people.) I was looking out of my window at a little bird with no particular markings that was singing. (The Lord showed me that this represents His pleasant voice going forth and at first being admired and accepted like some have come to us and listened.) Then the bird swooped down and landed on the concrete at the base of my house. As I watched, the bird morphed into a bigger hawk or eagle type shape. (The Lord showed me that this represented the vessel they first listened to, who were based on the concrete or rock, becoming a judgment on those who ceased to listen. The Lamb becomes the Lion. These people who ceased to listen and have gotten judged has happened for years now. Mat. 21:42 Jesus saith unto them, Did ye never read in the scriptures, The stone which the builders rejected, The same was made the head of the corner; This was from the Lord, And it is marvelous in our eyes? ) (This eagle represents the anointed Man-child which the angels confirmed was the meaning of my sighting of a large eagle flying low at the back door of my house.) The Owl Becomes an Eagle Marie Kelton - 1/14/23 (David's notes in red) In this dream, I was with my little sister in Chicago. We were outside and it was daytime, we saw a little brown owl perched on a tree. (As we will see, this represents the pre-anointed, wise Man-child.) We looked into the sky and saw two eagles perched on a cloud. (These are the “great cloud of witnesses of Jesus who passed on their words to today's Man-child Body.) Then we saw, the little owl fly up to the eagles. (Representing the Man-child caught up to the throne.) I had a thought that the eagles in the cloud were the owl's parents. (These modern-day Man-child's are direct descendants of the original two by two witnesses of Jesus.) As we were taking pictures of it with our cell phones, I realized that it wasn't a little brown owl but an eagle that was flying to the two eagles on the cloud. (The Man-child exhibits the gift of wisdom before the anointing to be an eagle.) Then I heard David say in the dream, “The Lord wants us to be like eagles and not like owls.” (Owls are more earthly birds flying near to the ground, whereas, eagles fly far more heavenly as you would expect with a latter rain anointing.) Then I woke up. Back to my vision: Then, the vision changed and I was sharing with some people in my house who were listening to the Word intently and then as I was speaking they suddenly ignored me as I spoke and started to chatter senselessly to one another. They interrupted me rudely and became stupid. (This is what happens when one doesn't act on what they hear and end up factioning away. We have been told by the Lord in dreams and visions that many of these people will be taken out by the plagues.) I noted through this process that our brother Greg was watching and listening to this scenario. Then I woke up.(The name Greg means, “Vigilant, Watchful.” I believe that this indicates that the watchful and vigilant righteous will learn from this scenario how important respecting the voice of the Lord is.) So, we see that those who do not listen and hinder the truth may be separated and removed by the plagues. Brandy had this dream below a few days before I had my revelation. The Scoffers Won't Listen Brandy Arney - 12/26/22 (David's notes in red) I dreamed that my wife Amber and I had been in a classroom setting in a school. (The school represents apostate Christianity in Babylonish captivity.) We were seated among the students and I was talking to them about fasting and its benefits. (Fasting represents denying your flesh.) Many of the students were scoffing with each statement I made. (The flesh hates the crucified life and those who walk after the flesh will die. Rom. 8:12-14 So then, brethren, we are debtors, not to the flesh, to live after the flesh: 13 for if ye live after the flesh, ye must die; but if by the Spirit ye put to death the deeds of the body, ye shall live. 14 For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, these are sons of God. And 2Pe. 3:3,7 knowing this first, that in the last days mockers shall come with mockery, walking after their own lusts, … 7 but the heavens that now are, and the earth, by the same word have been stored up for fire, being reserved against the day of judgment and destruction of ungodly men. ) But there was one young man sitting to my left that was asking sincere questions and I began to address him directly as he was looking up to me with undivided attention. I felt love for him as he was looking at me with his stringy hair partially covering his eyes.(This young man represents the remnant that is coming out from among them. Rev. 18:4,8 … Come forth, my people, out of her, that ye have no fellowship with her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues… 8 Therefore in one day shall her plagues come, death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be utterly burned with fire; for strong is the Lord God who judged her. ) We were there, it seemed, to try to evangelize the students, however, there was no interest save for the one young mixed- race boy that was seated next to me. (This boy represents all races who listen and come out since he is “mixed race.” John 8:47 He that is of God heareth the words of God: for this cause ye hear them not, because ye are not of God.) I gently spoke to everyone, saying to them that when we fast, God works in us to help us in every way. It was as if each time I answered a question the Holy Spirit would rise up in me and answer the question in a more direct tone which made the scoffing and disrespectful students more agitated and vocal. (Mat. 10:19-20 But when they deliver you up, be not anxious how or what ye shall speak: for it shall be given you in that hour what ye shall speak. 20 For it is not ye that speak, but the Spirit of your Father that speaketh in you.) They would talk over me, as I spoke, and bark loudly when I explained to them how the flesh would weaken more and more with each day of fasting. (The more we deny self, the more self dies and Christ takes its place. 2Co 4:16 Wherefore we faint not; but though our outward man is decaying, yet our inward man is renewed day by day.) When there were no more questions, Amber and I got up and walked out into the hallway and started towards the front door to leave the school. This school we were leaving seemed to be a typical school of today. It was full of lost students and worldly leadership. (Hos 5:15 I will go and return to my place, till they acknowledge their offence, and seek my face: in their affliction they will seek me earnestly.) Near the entrance of the school there was a glass trophy case facing the main doors of the building. (The trophy case represents their idols of self-accomplishment and competition.) To the right of it was a framed painting or poster which resembled the African continent. (The African continent represents the beginning of the UBM revival that we have had dreams about.) The land mass was green and surrounded by water on all sides. Over the land there was a giant red swooping arrow which was pointing to a specific area of the map. There was a small cartoon bubble that gave an explanation to the arrow's meaning. It read something like, "The point of the arrow represents the current real time progress of the group who are traveling through the wilderness; these are being led by Michael”. (Michael means, “Who is like God?” And represents the Man-child who is like God and leading the “un-scoffers” through the wilderness tribulation.) I either was told or I just knew by the preceding travel progress line that this group had completed roughly 70 percent of the journey. (70 years was the point at which the captive Israelites / Church followed the Man-child and returned to their promised land.) The direction of the travel had been from the north headed south, southwest. (When the Israelites/Church left Babylonish captivity, this was the direction they had to travel to get to the promised land to rebuild the kingdom.) They had traveled through the middle part of the country or continent and were headed towards the water or coastline. I felt somehow proud that they/we had made the journey and that the ending was in sight. (The coastline represents the end of their journey out of captivity. Zep. 2:6-7 And the sea-coast shall be pastures, with cottages for shepherds and folds for flocks. 7 And the coast shall be for the remnant of the house of Judah; they shall feed their flocks thereupon; in the houses of Ashkelon shall they lie down in the evening; for Jehovah their God will visit them, and bring back their captivity.) Then I woke up. Big Waves Of Judgement Coming Claire Pienaar - 12/8/22 (David's notes in red) I dreamed Riaan was driving our silver van, and I was sitting at the back of the van with my children. (I am being used in this dream to represent the Bride because my name means “brilliant” and the Bride's garments are bright and pure as is spoken of in Rev. 19:8 And it was given unto her that she should array herself in fine linen, bright and pure: for the fine linen is the righteous acts of the saints. Riaan represents the Man-Child as his name means “little lion king”. The silver van represents the Holy Spirit, which is the vehicle which gives us the “power to move” like Christ. I am sitting at the back of the van, which represents the Bride in submission to her Lord, as well as in the rest with her fruit [represented by Claire's children]). Two other people were with me who were my parents in the dream. (They likely represent the original gospel, once and for all delivered to the saints. Jude 3: 3 Beloved, while I was giving all diligence to write unto you of our common salvation, I was constrained to write unto you exhorting you to contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all delivered unto the saints.). …Riaan had driven us so far into the wilderness and we could go no further. There was no more road, and the bush was too thick. He made a U-turn with the van. We had not started driving forward yet, and were perpendicular to the road, when a massive rushing wave of water as tall as a 2 stories came hurtling down the road. I thought “Wow. No time to escape”. Instead of the water crashing over the van and destroying it, the van lifted up and rode the wave of water, but the water seeped in through the van's floor. The van was up high on the wave for a considerable amount of time. Then it crashed down and I thought “It's a miracle the tires haven't popped”. ...In a flash we were in a wilderness exploration place. I remember it as being the same place Riaan was translated to in one of his dreams. ... It's called “Russell Falls” (Russell means “little ruddy one, little red-haired one. So we were translated to where the flesh falls!). We stood on the deck at the visitor's center of this Nature Reserve. I looked up in the tree that was growing through the deck, and my old History Professor was there (Representing Jesus, our history professor, as He spoke or professed and everything was created.). I greeted him and he greeted me by name! I was amazed he had remembered me. (I asked the Lord who the professor was and I flipped my Bible open by faith at random on the phrase “light of the world”, from Mat 5:14). I asked him how work at the university was going, and he replied, “I have been made redundant”. (i.e. no longer needed or useful, which is exactly the world's attitude toward Christ and His Word.) He asked me what I was doing, and I said, “Everything I was created for: living for God, and raising my family, helping my husband, learning”. He seemed pleased. There were other people in the refuge [area] but they were not waiting on the deck. In the dream there was a beach and these people were terribly close to the open water. (Indicating that they will be subjected to the tsunami of judgment.) One of these people was a boy who committed suicide who was in my senior year in high school. He was with other young men from my high school days.(Many will commit spiritual suicide because they didn't heed the warnings of the prophets.) We were supposed to wait there for one whole day. We had no internet connection, no cell phone reception, nothing.(Representing not giving heed to what man is communicating and the disinformation and propaganda that is being perpetuated by many media outlets including many in the alternative media. Ultimately, true disciples can not go beyond what the Word of God says which is represented by Claire and her family being on the deck (or in the Ark) with Jesus our Professor.) ...Then I woke up. I asked the Lord for a word by faith at random and received Neh 2: 19-20, with my finger on "Sanballat and Tobiah the servant" (Sanballat means “bramble-bush; or enemy in secret.” Tobiah means “Yahweh is good”.) But when Sanballat the Horonite, and Tobiah the servant, the Ammonite, and Geshem the Arabian, heard it, they laughed us to scorn, and despised us, (Here again are the scoffers who will receive judgment.) and said, What is this thing that ye do? will ye rebel against the king? 20 Then answered I them, and said unto them, The God of heaven, he will prosper us; therefore we his servants will arise and build: but ye have no portion, nor right, nor memorial, in Jerusalem.(Nehemiah represents those whom the Lord uses to administer the judgements.) I also received Lamentations 1:9 by faith at random: Her filthiness was in her skirts; she remembered not her latter end; Therefore is she come down wonderfully; she hath no comforter: Behold, O Jehovah, my affliction; for the enemy hath magnified himself. (These verses give a pretty clear indication of why the judgement is coming.) I asked the Lord to help me with this dream, and I received by faith at random, Jonah 2:7 When my soul fainted within me, I remembered Jehovah; And my prayer came in unto thee, into thy holy temple. (Jonah represents what to do to escape the judgements). "Project Ark” Deb Horton - 12/31/22 (David's notes in red) I dreamed I was in a city and it seemed to be a grayish, cloudy day. There were gray buildings, gray sidewalks, and the colors were very muted and washed-out. I was standing in front of an office building, maybe a skyscraper, but my vision was extremely limited to my immediate surroundings. (The gray city represents Babylon which is dead in its sins.) I was in a conversation with a man I didn't know, nor did he know me. It was just one of those conversations people strike up when they're waiting somewhere and become bored, or make a comment that another person responds to and it turns into a friendly exchange. I must have asked him about his job because he said, "Project Ark" or "The Ark." I was excited when I heard that, but he didn't understand why I was excited. I said, "Don't you know what that means?" and he just looked at me with a blank expression. End. (He was a member of the Babylonish city and though he was bringing people into the beginning of the Kingdom he did not know he would have to escape the wrath of God to come since most of these people believe the rapture will deliver them from all trouble.) I asked Father to give me a verse by faith at random about the overall dream and received, (Isa.9:6-7) For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. 7 Of the increase of his government and of peace there shall be no end, upon the throne of David, and upon his kingdom, to establish it, and to uphold it with justice and with righteousness from henceforth even for ever. The zeal of Jehovah of hosts will perform this. (This represents the Man-child, Jesus, and the repetition of history, the Man-child of our day. Both of their jobs were to preserve people from the wrath to come. Respectively, in 70 AD and then in our day, by getting them into the Ark.) The Ark was a hiding place from the curse represented by the waters. Hide in Me from the Coming Pestilence Marie Kelton - 1/2/23 (David's notes in red) During our meeting, I had an open vision of the Lord sitting on a throne as I was sitting on His lap. I heard Him say, “Hide in me. Hide in me from the coming pestilence.” I saw myself merge into Him after He spoke those words. (I felt there was a sense of urgency [in the Lord's voice] when He was telling me to “hide in him.”) I then had another vision of me with a white head covering on. I watched from heaven as an asteroid coming from the sky hit a city that was on the earth. (The impact of this coming plague could be as destructive as an asteroid from heaven. This could be a spiritual representation of God's judgment on Babylon of pestilence since the Lord told her to “Hide in Me from the coming pestilence.”) The city blew up and dark gray smoke was coming from the city (representing Babylon). I thought of the song, "You are my hiding place, whenever I am afraid, I will trust in you.” This Isn't a Game Samuel Fire - 1/11/23 (David's notes in red) After praying, I saw a vision of me, my wife and all the brethren. We were all lined up as though ready for a track race. Each of us had a giant rubber band strapped around our waist. We were observed by a jeering and condescending crowd but they never got too close. (The crowd is the World and their carnal perspective; ridiculing those who pursue Christ.)(Again, we see here the scoffers who won't listen.) An official, who looked like Michael Hare was there with instructions and a starter flag. He explained we all had a pole on our lane. We were to stretch this rubber band and touch the pole. He explained further that no one has actually touched the pole by themselves (i.e. in their own strength and efforts.) and [that the ones who relied on their own ability experienced], the rubber band recoil back [and they failed to reach the pole]. He said to be careful and know your goal. Zec 4:6 Then he answered and spake unto me, saying, This is the word of Jehovah unto Zerubbabel, saying, Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit, saith Jehovah of hosts. I could then see ... ahead to the pole. I realized that there was a person [who was standing] as the pole. He looked like the Lord Jesus and was standing there with open arms and a very warm smile. I knew, then, that this was more than just a game and to be taken very seriously. (Our deepest desire is the Lord, [to manifest Him should be] our goal in life) Rom 14:18 For who herein serveth Christ is well-pleasing to God, and approved of men. Then Michael waved the flag and shouted, “Go!". Everyone was serious and focused on reaching their goal. I didn't look anymore to see about the others, and just wanted to reach the Lord. I heard the crowd yelling out things like, "No one ever reaches the pole", and “You're weak" and "Why are you doing this?".(The religious people want to discourage us because they do not believe that we are called to Christ likeness.) Once I started, I realized that this rubber band was the enemy trying to hold me back! I remembered the verse in Php. 4:13 I can do all things in him that strengtheneth me. Also, Php 3:12-14 Not that I have already received, or am already made perfect: but I follow on, if so be that I may apprehend that for which also I was apprehended by Christ Jesus. 13 Brethren, I reckon not myself yet to have apprehended: but one thing, forgetting the things behind, and stretching forward to those before, 14 I follow on toward the mark unto the prize of the upward calling of God in Christ Jesus. I pressed on and was at my body's physical limits. I saw on the ground markers of other people's best achievements. I looked up and saw the adoring love from our Lord and I thought, “Nothing can sustain me but my Lord God.” (The Lord has completed and conquered all, and He, in us, can do the same.) (2Co. 12:9 And he hath said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my power is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my weaknesses, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.) 1Jn 4:4 Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is the one in you than the one in the world. So, I took more steps, but my steps were as if something else was giving me the power. (By faith we are supernaturally charged and can move mountains). 2Co 5:7 (for we walk through faith, not through sight) And Mat 21:21 And Jesus answered and said to them, Amen I say unto you, If ye shall have faith, and doubt not, ye shall not only do what is done to the fig tree, but even if ye shall say to this mountain, Be taken up and cast into the sea, it shall be done. Then I heard the rubber band, which was attached at the starting line, begin to make snapping noises. I knew that just pressing in and pushing forward was my deepest desire; to be in His Arms. I then heard a snap and the rubber band just dropped and drooped around me. It didn't even make a recoil. It didn't fling and hit me, but sagged like an oversized ribbon and dragged behind me. (The rubber band represents the enemy trying to hold us all back from fully manifesting Jesus and trying to also stop us from being with Him. The further away we get [from our starting point on our journey towards Christ], the rubber band around us gets tighter and the more intense the enemy gets, the closer we get to Jesus. The enemy gives us trials, more and more increasingly difficult and when we overcome, the rubber band snaps and the enemy is defeated!) Before I knew it, I was already at the pole and the Lord was indeed smiling greatly. Then I woke up. (I realized that we need to press on to the best prize, Jesus, despite every resistance. We are to remain true to the Word and break through the challenges.) Pure Food Satisfies Those Truly Hungry Gaynold Mozer - 1/9/23 (David's notes in red) I was in a gymnasium similar to the one my children attended. Rows of chairs were set up facing a stage where there were several people sitting. These chairs were filled with those attending this event. (From the beginning I felt those on stage were the apostate preachers and those attending were a representation of their followers.) Someone on stage was talking, but few people were actually listening. Instead many were talking amongst themselves, laughing and joking around. They were not serious about listening to the words being spoken to them. (Many were there to put their time in and call it good for the rest of the week.) Behind the rows of chairs were white tables with many white bowls filled with what looked to me to be white, hot cereal. Everything there was white. There was not a set time to eat, but occasionally someone would get up and walk by the tables. Many looked, but most kept on walking and walked right out the door. (Showing no appreciation for the pure Word.) There were a few who took a bowl. These were the ones who went up the stairs to go on the stage that was to the right of the other stage [on the left]. (Those on the left are the stubborn goats.) The [stage on the right] was enclosed with red velvet curtains. (I had not seen this stage in the beginning.) (Nobody does!) I didn't know what was behind the curtain until someone with a white bowl parted the curtain enough to walk back behind the right stage. It was then that I saw David standing with a book in his hand. There were people eating at a white table in front of David. He was holding the Bible, teaching the true word of God that these people were desiring to hear. (I felt that David was representing the Man-child reformer Body. The white bowls of white food on the tables represented the books he has written. They all looked alike because they all had the pure word of God in them. The red velvet curtains set these people apart from all the rest. They were covered by the blood of Jesus. They were not distracted by the behavior of the worldly Church.) Back to the dream: Later as I looked over the gymnasium, I could see that most of the chairs were gone, but there were a few empty chairs sitting amongst candy wrappers and other papers strewn on the floor. (The apostates only want to partake of sugary things.) The majority of the people left without eating the white food. Some did look at the food, but few partook of it. Most just walked out quietly. (I felt the few empty chairs still sitting on the floor belonged to those who were truly hungry and were now behind the red velvet curtain where truth was being taught.) They were the ones who went away satisfied! The verse I received by faith at random for this dream was Eze. 12:2 (My finger was on the word dwellest.) Son of man, thou dwellest in the midst of the rebellious house, that have eyes to see, and see not, that have ears to hear, and hear not; for they are a rebellious house. (What sorrow Jesus must feel as He stands in their midst. This chapter is very much for today, reminding us that things cannot continue, there will be judgment coming soon.) This verse brought back to my remembrance a vision I had while attending a meeting at the last fellowship my husband and I had joined in the past. In the vision, there was barely any light in the room, but I saw Jesus crying as He walked between the tables. (I was not allowed to share this vision with them.) I asked for another verse by faith at random for the red velvet curtain and received Rev. 1:7-8 My finger was between vs. 7 and 8, (in context 5-8) and from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, the firstborn of the dead, and ruler of the kings of the earth. Unto him that loveth us, and loosed us from our sins by his blood; 6 and he made us to be a kingdom, to be priests unto his God and father; to him be the glory and the dominion for ever and ever. Amen. 7 Behold, he cometh with the clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they that pierced him; and all the tribes of the earth shall mourn over him. Even so. Amen. 8 I am the Alpha and the Omega, saith the Lord God, who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty. Every Knee Will Bow Judy Fahrnow - 12/4/22 (David's notes in red) I dreamed about the Lord coming on a cloud. I knew that Jesus was coming, but I saw faces of fear. There were a few happy faces. I saw a young girl with short black hair standing & pulling her hair out. (These are the rebellious goats who are submitted to darkness.) I had a small Bible in my hand and I told people, “Don't fear or be worried, it says here in the Bible that WE WIN!" I just went around to everyone and kept saying that phrase while holding my Bible out in front. I also said, "Every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus is Lord. Be happy!" But the girl keep pulling her black hair out. (Some people who are submitted to darkness know that they are not ready to meet the Lord, but the ones that are ready will not be ashamed at His coming. 1Jo 2:28 And now, my little children, abide in him; that, if he shall be manifested (in us), we may have boldness, and not be ashamed before him at his coming.) Then we saw Jesus coming on the cloud and there was a lot of color all around Him. (Representing the attributes of the light. Jesus is the Light of the world.) Then I woke up. I received by faith at random Pro 17:4 (My finger was on “an evil-doer”.) An evil-doer giveth heed to wicked lips; And a liar giveth ear to a mischievous tongue. 5 Whoso mocketh the poor [in spirit] reproacheth his Maker; And he that is glad at calamity shall not be unpunished. All the Tribes of the Earth Will Mourn Vanessa Weeks - 1/11/21(David's notes in red) (Notice the date of this dream is 1-11. This is also the gematria of the Man-child.) I dreamed that it was very dark outside and I saw destruction several places. Some of these things were natural disasters like earthquakes and tornados. Then I saw some people and they appeared dark because of the darkness. Some of these people were standing and some kneeling but they were together in a group. Then these people started to mourn and I heard it very clearly and it was very sad. As I heard them mourning, I thought , “All the tribes of the earth will mourn." Then I woke up. Rev 1:7 Behold, he cometh with the clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they that pierced him; and all the tribes of the earth shall mourn over him. Even so, Amen. (Those who have persecuted His disciples have persecuted Him.) The Man-child Manifested in His Reformers Tiannah Fire - 1/10/23 (David's notes in red) I dreamt that God had raised up a small number of individual men all around the world and they were manifesting Jesus and their 100 fold authority and boldness in Christ. The men weren't physically together but they were each in all different locations. They got persecuted, however, it didn't move them because it was just Jesus working in them. When the persecution would come to these men, it would just bounce off of them and it couldn't hurt or touch them. ...(This is as it was with Jesus and His disciples up until their crucifixion.) The men would travel around the place with absolute basic living not even having a normal place to stay most of the time, and they would be followed by those who wanted to learn to manifest Jesus. (After the mid tribulation period this may be true since disciples will not be able to buy nor sell.)I saw one man named Timothy (meaning, “Honoring God” or “Honored by God”). God was using him and he had a group of people that followed him and they were living out in the bush [or tribulation wilderness] and he was teaching them how to exercise their authority and manifest Jesus. He didn't really manifest many emotions like humans do, but was serious about God and calm, gentle, compassionate, but also bold and fierce and mentally strong. Timothy moved around but at this time was staying in a tiny blue silver caravan and all those following him just lived outside the caravan, sleeping under the stars. Timothy was teaching them all how to follow Jesus and walk as He walked. I then saw Chuc from the UBM worship team, as one of these men, and he was manifesting the boldness and authority in Christ also. He had a group of people following him that he was raising up and teaching how to walk as Jesus. He was doing the same as Timothy, except in a different area and different circumstances. Then I woke up. 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Women of Impact Podcast is sponsored by Growthday Network: https://growthday.com/podcasts FREE 4-Part Confidence Workshop: https://bit.ly/3fZcbO5 On Today's Episode: There are challenges that come along with being a woman. While we stand up for equal pay, and make sure our voice is heard, there are many areas around our womanhood that don't feel like equality and come they don't necessarily come with the warning lights on. Women's health is one of those areas where we have to embrace we are different. Our hormones and biology don't award us the same benefits as men, which is why medical research and studies focused on women is so critical. Cynthia Thurlow spent the first part of her career as an RN in cardiology and in emergency medicine. Thankfully she pivoted to become the founder of the Everyday Wellness Project and the bestselling author of, Intermittent Fasting Transformation, which focused on fasting for women, losing stubborn weight and improving our hormonal health. Today we dig into more than just the benefits of fasting for women, but also the reason women have to fast differently depending on age and where she is in her menstrual cycle. You've probably heard about the benefits of fasting but this time we're focusing on the benefits of fasting for you and your metabolic health. Cynthia is also going to break down how to implement fasting effectively, and it is the most practical and simplest way to start eating a little less. Her approach is about progression and long term strategy for success, not an all in overnight solution to suffer through. Check out Cynthia's book, Intermittent Fasting Transformation: https://amzn.to/3CHKG4f QUOTES: “Women in particular, have to embrace our physiology, not apologize for it.” “Fasting can be a form of beneficial stress, [...] in the right amount at the right time.” “There's this interrelationship between how frequently we eat, the food choices we make, and ultimately what translates into metabolic health…” “Even if you choose not to have children your body is still primed to procreate.” “Fasting is one of many strategies we can use for our health but it's also one we have to be conscientious about.” “The moment we feel embarrassed and shame about one thing it starts to bleed into every area.” Lisa Bilyeu “I'm not anti-carb but let's get real. We have to be honest with ourselves and examine our relationship with carbohydrates.” “Fasting is designed to be flexible, but as you are transitioning into a fasting lifestyle, [...] it's not about rigidity.” “Our physiology is what makes us unique and beautiful, we shouldn't fee like we have to apologize for it.” Follow Cynthia Thurlow: Website: https://cynthiathurlow.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cynthiathurlow Twitter: https://twitter.com/_CynthiaThurlow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cynthia_thurlow_/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CHTWellness/ Podcast: https://cynthiathurlow.com/podcast/ Sponsors: Find your next fleece, parka, or winter jacket in-store or at thenorthface.com. When you're wearing The North Face, it's more than a jacket.
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Nous sommes dans les années 1960, aux Etats-Unis. Deux passionnés d'escalade se retrouvent régulièrement pour partir à la conquête de nouveaux sommets. Le plus âgé des deux s'appelle Yvon Chouinard : exigeant, il forge lui-même ses propres pitons et mousquetons dans son atelier due Burbank. Et commence à revendre le matériel qu'il fabrique pour payer ses expéditions. Son ami, c'est Doug Tompkins, un amoureux de la nature qui a tourné le dos à une vie toute tracée dans une riche famille du Connecticut pour ouvrir son propre magasin d'articles de ski et de randonnée à San Francisco. Aucun des deux ne rêve alors de faire fortune : ce qu'ils veulent, c'est juste gagner assez d'argent pour voyager et grimper. Ils sont alors loin d'imaginer que, chacun avec sa propre marque, ils vont bientôt atteindre les sommets… du business.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Nous sommes dans les années 1960, aux Etats-Unis. Deux passionnés d'escalade se retrouvent régulièrement pour partir à la conquête de nouveaux sommets. Le plus âgé des deux s'appelle Yvon Chouinard : exigeant, il forge lui-même ses propres pitons et mousquetons dans son atelier due Burbank. Et commence à revendre le matériel qu'il fabrique pour payer ses expéditions. Son ami, c'est Doug Tompkins, un amoureux de la nature qui a tourné le dos à une vie toute tracée dans une riche famille du Connecticut pour ouvrir son propre magasin d'articles de ski et de randonnée à San Francisco. Aucun des deux ne rêve alors de faire fortune : ce qu'ils veulent, c'est juste gagner assez d'argent pour voyager et grimper. Ils sont alors loin d'imaginer que, chacun avec sa propre marque, ils vont bientôt atteindre les sommets… du business.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
For those who've contributed to or read Alpinist over the last 18 years, Katie Ives needs little introduction. Ives started at the magazine in 2004. After reading the Chicago Manual of Style cover to cover, she took on the roles of overqualified intern and copyeditor. She became editor in chief in 2012, a position she held until 2022. Ives is regarded as a tireless researcher, and as a mentor to the many writers she collaborated with during her nearly two decades at Alpinist. Katie has earned renown for her command of written language. Her book “Imaginary Peaks: The Riesenstein [REE-zen-stein] Hoax and Other Mountain Dreams” was published by The Mountaineers in 2021. It received a Special Jury Mention at the 2022 Banff Mountain Book Competition. Katie recently moved to Colorado to be closer to the American Alpine Club Library while she works on her next book. In this episode, Katie takes us on a journey through her 18-year Alpinist tenure. She brings us to some of the imaginary peaks she explores in her book, and the Flatirons looming outside her office window today. She laments all the books she left behind during her recent move West, and reminds us that not all answers can be found on the Internet. This episode is brought to you by The North Face. Alpinist Magazine Website | Instagram | Facebook Host: Abbey Collins Guest: Katie Ives Producer + Engineer: Mike Horn Photo by: Chris Weidner
****TRIGGER WARNING**** Fellas, this one may cause physical pain while you listen...I'm not kidding you...you've been warned Oh my...on this episode we discuss a topic that literally made me queazy, and if you listen to the show, you know that is a tough task! I'm joined by "Libby", a healthcare professional who is an advocate for keeping that jacket that we're born with on throughout life. While I was uneasy at times, she breaks her reasons down in a very calm, informative, and at times, funny way...but she is evil for how she made me feel! I must've cleared my throat 1000x! I hope everybody that does listen gets some info, some laughs, and maybe some new insights they never had before. Nothing is intended to offend, but we speak our truths here! Bless Host: Iron Emperor (IG MyNameIsIron197 and MyNameIsIron.com Intro and Outro by Uptown's Greatest (IG WillyAffair) also....thanks to you guys i get ads now!!! I won't get greedy yet, so just one ad this time!let's gooooo! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deepthoughtswithiron/support
Timmy O'Neill's climbing career spans more than 30 years. He's traveled the world, gaining climbing accolades and wisdom about life, and once spent 60 days living in a cave in Joshua Tree National Park, sharing his food cache with mice who also called it home. His resume of first ascents includes routes in Patagonia, Namibia and Madagascar. He's spent much of his climbing life in and around Yosemite, where he once held the speed record on the nose of El Capitan after climbing the route with Dean Potter in 3 hours, 24 minutes in 2001. O'Neill is co-founder of Paradox Sports, an organization that creates opportunities in adaptive climbing. Today, O'Neill is executive director of the Yosemite Climbing Association. In this episode, Timmy shares his excitement for the expansion of the YCA's Facelift program and his desire to leave the planet in better shape than he found it. He reflects on 30 years of climbing, and why he values experiences far more than things. This episode is brought to you by The North Face. Alpinist Magazine Website | Instagram | Facebook Host: Abbey Collins Guest: Timmy O'Neill Producer + Engineer: Mike Horn Photos by Timmy O'Neill and Corey Rich
“This style of reindeer herding is truly the last of its kind…and I wanted us to be the first group to experience it.”The Nenets of Siberia's Yamal Peninsula are among the world's oldest existing true nomads, making a living by herding reindeer in a place that literally translates to ‘the end of the world.' And when Christine Amour-Levar learned that she had a third-degree connection to the tribe, she set about arranging an unprecedented trek to accompany them during their southward migration. Five months later, she was leading the largest - and only all-female - group that the Nenets had ever hosted, as they prepared to live, migrate, and journey alongside the tribe for a week.Cozy up and get ready for an episode where the temperatures reach -100ºF, the Northern Lights guide the way, and the only way to survive is to stick together - and occasionally consume fresh reindeer blood.FIND CHRISTINE Follow Christine Amour-Levar on Instagram (@christineamourlevar) or visit her website at christineamourlevar.com for more incredible stories, photos of her expeditions, and more. You can also find her book, Wild Wisdom: Life Lessons From Leading Teams to Some of the Most Inhospitable Places in the World, online or at your local bookstore. Finally, we encourage you to learn more about her two nonprofit organizations, Women on a Mission and HER Planet Earth, where you can volunteer, donate - or even sign up for an upcoming expedition yourself!SPONSORS Thank you to our amazing sponsor, The North Face, for supporting this episode! When you wear The North Face, it's more than a jacket…it's the calling to get out there and explore. Find your next fleece, parka, or winter jacket at thenorthface.com.Also, check out our new show, Hidden Trails of Oregon, which is out now! It's an immersive first-person journey - recorded on location with surround sound audio - across this weird, wild, and wonderful state. You'll hear Aaron go beyond the guidebook to discover the secrets only locals know! Find it on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you find podcasts.SOCIAL Share the show with your friends! Follow @armchairexplorerpodcast across Instagram and Facebook, and check out Armchair Explorer (www.armchair-explorer.com) for background videos, photos and more on each episode. And please hit that follow button to support the show!
What if there was a dedicated event series where brands like Hoka, Salomon, North Face, and Adidas Terrex had the opportunity to showcase the strengths of their teams and exclusively compete against each other across the primary mountain ultra trail running distances?In this episode, I am joined by Dani Moreno, as well as frequent co-hosts Brett Hornig and Leah Yingling, to reflect on Dani's idea for a regular "Battle of the Brands" in our sport. We discuss how teams would be organized, the race distances that would be included, how scoring would work, which teams appear to be the strongest right now, whether athletes, fans, and brands would be interested in this idea, and what we learned about our sport through the research process for this idea.Timestamps:(1:09) - explaining the idea of "Battle of the Brands - the number of runners, events, and brands, how you win, etc(5:52) - what makes this idea exciting(9:30) - brand teams that have the best chance of winning in 2022(18:51) - discussion of proposed Salomon, Hoka, North Face, and Adidas Terrex teams(48:34) - whether athletes would be interested in racing this event(62:48) - whether fans would be interested in following this event(69:09) - what we learned about the sport in the research process for this hypothetical eventSponsors:Kodiak Cakes - use code Singletrack15 at checkout on their website (https://kodiakcakes.com/) to get 15% off your next orderGnarly Nutrition - use code Singletrack20 at checkout on their website (https://gognarly.com/) to get 20% off your next orderLinks:Battle of the Brands Athlete SpreadsheetFollow Dani Moreno on Instagram and StravaFollow Leah Yingling on Instagram and Strava Follow Brett Hornig on Instagram and StravaFollow Finn Melanson on Instagram and StravaSupport the show
Lee Jeans is over a century old, but it's trying to remain hip with younger generations. One way it does this is with collaborations. For example, the apparel brand recently worked with the menswear company Brooklyn Circus on a new joint collection. The products are an update on some of Lee's oldest designs -- an attempt to bridge a heritage brand with something newer. According to Chris Waldeck, evp and co-chief operating officer at Lee's parent company Kontoor Brands, the philosophy behind these types of collaborations is to tell a story that one brand alone couldn't tell. "There's no connection between Brooklyn Circus and Lee," Waldeck. The strategy behind joining to disparate brands is "bringing them together to tell a fantastic story and to make some great products." Waldeck joined the Modern Retail Podcast this week and spoke about the denim brand's updated strategy. Lee has been around since 1889, but has had its ups and downs. Lee used to be a part of VF Corporation, which owns brands like North Face and Timberland. But in 2019, VF spun out both Lee and Wrangler to their own parent company Kontoor. Now, the company is focused on bringing Lee to new -- and younger -- shoppers. A lot of that, he said, is about finding Gen Z on new platforms, and figuring out ways to make its products accessible to youth audiences. Waldeck joined Lee in 2017. He said his mandate was "to energize the brand." At the time, he said, "we had gotten old and our consumer was getting older." As such, he's spent the last five years trying to give the legacy brand a facelift of sorts. The challenge, he said, has been keeping with Lee's legacy and styles while still reaching new people. To make it even more difficult, the strategy isn't the same around the world. For example, China, which is one of Lee's biggest markets, has a markedly different selling and marketing strategy than the U.S. and Europe. "What underpins [our approach] is a really strategic approach to segmentation," said Waldeck. "And that goes back to our icons, to our archives and how we think about the different products that we bring through."
Lucy is attempting to become the first woman to walk the length of the world. She began at the bottom of Argentina in February 2017 and will cross 15 countries to reach the highest point of Northern America. She will travel only by foot, or when the terrain is impassable by kayak or swimming. In 2019, Lucy became the first woman to have hiked the length of South America (from Argentina to Colombia). Due to the pandemic, Lucy needed to pause her expedition and returned home to Australia in 2020 where she has been waiting for the travel bans and restrictions to lift. In December 2022 Lucy will be flying back out to Columbia to meet up with her beloved dog Wombat - she will then continue on her way. During this episode we catch up with Lucy to see what life has been like since we last spoke to her. Lucy shares more about the heartbreak of leaving Wombat behind when she needed to return to Australia. She fills us in on what she's been up to while her journey has been on hold. She shares more about the planning and preparation required to get back to Columbia to start walking again. We first spoke with Lucy on Jun 25, 2019 - Her Goal to be the first women to walk the length of the Earth! https://www.toughgirlchallenges.com/single-post/lucy-barnard *** Lucy's career started with a science degree and specialisation in communications. She has been the chair of National Science Week NT, and worked extensively in aboriginal health research until moving to Geoscience Australia in 1016. She is passionate about culture and storytelling and aspires to become an ethnographic writer. Lucy has been awarded competitive grants for her work from the Australian Geographic society and The North Face, and has been nominated for an OAM from the Australian Government in recognition of her contribution to the outdoor industry. *** New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. To support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Sign up as a Patron - www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Lucy Her goal to be the first woman to walk the length of the world Returning back to Australia in 2020 Speaking to Lucy in Year 2 of her journey when she had just crossed into Peru Being water poisoned Was she still enjoying the journey Meeting her family in Peru Having a shift in her attitude Leaving behind the desert and the heat and transitioning into the mountains The challenges of the desert and her strategy for getting through it Finding joy again Being followed by the police while walking on the highway How 2020 unfolded while walking through Ecuador Living the life she was meant to be living Crossing the border into Columbia Leaving Wombat with a friend Feeling adrift for the past 2 years Not wanting to talk about Wombat Transitioning back to life in Australia Being away for 3 years and connecting with old friends and family Losing a friend to suicide The emotional journey Running out of money and needing to get a job Going back to work Getting ready to head back out to Columbia The planning and preparation before heading back Her dream of wanting to become an ethnographic writer in the future Wanting to produce more content in YouTube Saying goodbye to friends and family The plans for the first few weeks Being able to get a 2 year visa for Columbia Making a decision about the route through Columbia How can you support Lucy while out on the road Buy audio books for Lucy Having a library membership with Borrow Box Library App Book recommendations: A Gentleman in Moscow What Lucy is reading How you can connect with Lucy Final words of advice Social Media Website: tanglesandtail.com Instagram: @tanglesandtail Facebook: www.facebook.com/tanglesandtail Twitter: @tanglesandtail Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LucyBarnard
"Did you even hear a single word I just said?"This question, asked of writer Bruce Kirkby one morning by his ten year old son, catalyzed a life-changing journey. Bruce and his wife, Christine, decided to break the cycle of 21st-century distraction by relocating their family - complete with two young boys - to a remote Buddhist monastery in Ladakh, India for three months. But before they would reach the monastery, they would travel for nearly 100 days - via container ship, fishing boats, horseback, and even by foot - to reach this remote valley. This episode will whisk you away to a rugged, captivating place filled with even more fascinating people - and it will delight, frighten, inspire, and surprise you at every turn.FIND BRUCE Follow Bruce on Instagram (@brucekirkby) or visit his website at brucekirkby.com to find his photography, previous expeditions, books, and more. You can find Blue Sky Kingdom, his book describing his family's entire journey, at your local bookstore or online!SPONSORS Thank you to our amazing sponsor, The North Face, for supporting this episode! When you wear The North Face, it's more than a jacket…it's the calling to get out there and explore. Find your next fleece, parka, or winter jacket at thenorthface.com.Also, check out our new show, Hidden Trails of Oregon, which is out now! It's an immersive first-person journey - recorded on location with surround sound audio - across this weird, wild, and wonderful state. You'll hear Aaron go beyond the guidebook to discover the secrets only locals know! Find it on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you find podcasts.SOCIAL Share the show with your friends! Follow @armchairexplorerpodcast across Instagram and Facebook, and check out Armchair Explorer (www.armchair-explorer.com) for background videos, photos and more on each episode. And please hit that follow button to support the show!
Wild Ideas Worth Living Presented by REI
Growing up in poverty with little access to outdoor adventure sports, Ryan Hudson never imagined he'd be snowboarding in big-time competitions and exploring the mountains of Alaska. Today, he's taken expeditions with renowned athletes, starred in an adventure film, and he's sponsored by brands like the North Face and Sierra Nevada. Ryan's journey from "#streets2peaks" is an inspiring, and unlikely story. Connect with Ryan:Instagram TwitterResources:#streets2peaksWatch Mountain RevelationsLearn more about Outdoor OutreachEpisode sponsors: CotopaxiDanner
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to make a radical change in the way you experience day-to-day life? Today I am joined by long-time listeners and founders of The Giving Experiment, Owen and Christina Dargatz, to learn all about their family's transition from life in a cushy Canadian ski town to becoming members of a small Guatemalan community. In May of 2021, the family of 7 arrived in Guatemala with the goal of understanding how they could enhance the lives of others. They have not looked back since and have started a plethora of projects including a community garden and food forest, a neighborhood music academy, workshops and courses to support local entrepreneurs, just to name a few. If you have ever sought a simpler way of life, you will not want to miss this episode. We dive into what it's like to live abroad with 5 kids, why less is always more, how travel has the power to transform your belief system, the beauty of giving and receiving, and so much more. What does discomfort mean to you and how has it helped you grow? I'd love to hear your thoughts and hope you will share by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Click Here To Try Premium Passport For Only $1 and get: Access To The Zero To Travel Podcast Archives (300+ amazing episodes and growing) One Bonus Episode Per Month (Decided By YOU) + Exclusive Content You Can't Hear Anywhere Else Ask Me (Jason) Your Burning Questions, and Get A Personal Answer! All Episodes Ad-Free (From April 2021 Onward) Tune In To Learn: The unlikely way that Owen and Christina fell in love Why trusting intuition led to the realization it is possible to live abroad with children What made Owen and Christina want to “escape from comfort” The water shut-off experiment that set their family free How to help your kids adjust to major life changes Why finances played a big role in the decision to move to San Pedro, Guatemala The mindset required to switch to an experimental way of life What it means to redefine what success looks like How to keep financial stress at bay when living with a giving mindset The biggest changes they have seen in their kids since moving to Guatemala Why you should teach your children it's okay to struggle The benefits of pausing relationships and missing your loved ones Owen and Christina's biggest takeaways from living in Guatemala How to break free from the mold of other's expectations Easy ways you can give back to your own community And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport Check out The Giving Experiment Follow @the.giving.experiment on Instagram Learn more about Charity Water Want More? Resettling Abroad and Overseas Education Learning Through Travel: Gap Year, Career Breaks, and Beyond w/Jennifer Miller from BootsnAll.com Discovering Meaningful Work Through Travel Thanks to Our Sponsors: Better Help - visit their website today to get 10% off your first month of services. US Bank Visa Platinum - get a 0% intro APR for 18 billing cycles and no annual fees, this card is a tool for getting ahead. Visit usbank.com/platinum to signup today. The North Face - athlete-tested Jackets that are proven to be highly insulated, warm, breathable & durable so you can focus on what matters. It's more than a jacket, it's a calling to get out and explore. Get yours today in stores or at www.thenorthface.com
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German ultra runner and North Face athlete Ida-Sophie Hegemann joins me this week to chat about her eventful racing season. We discuss sponsorship deals, shoe choices, and what not to do with poles on race day. She's also an ambassador for next year's World Mountain and Trail Running Championships in Innsbruck and has some suggestions on how to best kick off your summer running season in the Alps. LINKS Ida's website Ida on Instagram Ida on The North Face Dolorama FKT Transalpine Run Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival World Mountain and Trail Running Championships 2023 in Innsbruck Stubai UltraTrail The Trail Running Film Festival Connect with Singletrack on: Singletrack.fm Instagram Twitter
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to expect from the markets after a positive week for stocks. China playing a big role in the discussion: Oil prices higher and Chinese stocks such has Alibaba in rally mode after China loosened some COVID restrictions, Morgan Stanley ups Chinese equities to "overweight," Apple reportedly looking to move some of its production out of China and Tesla shares slump on reports the automaker is cutting Model Y production in Shanghai. Also in focus: FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried tweeted he "will testify" before House lawmakers at some point, the CEO of North Face and Timberland parent VF Corp. to retire, Starbucks downgraded, a media stocks roundup and Delta's big pay hike in its deal with pilots.
Earned: Strategies and Success Stories From the Best in Beauty + Fashion
In today's episode of Earned, we're joined by our first gaming industry guest: Zeena Koda, global head of digital community at gaming powerhouse 2K. With previous experience at renowned companies like Sirius XM Radio, Capitol Records, Atlantic Records, and The North Face, Zeena's expertise spans far beyond the gaming industry. We learn how this broad career experience has influenced Zeena's approach to her current role at 2K, and how she familiarizes herself with different online and offline cultures. We then dive into Zeena's time in the music industry, before unpacking the large-scale impact that TikTok has had on the space. Zeena also discusses the intersection of music and gaming, and shares what attracted her to gaming. Next, we hear which social platforms are most influential in gaming right now, and how 2K chooses which influencers to partner with. To close the show, we learn more about 2K's NextMakers community, and how Zeena balances her multitude of interests.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work as a flight attendant? Today's episode provides an insider look into the world of flying with Skybabes Tee and Nena who have 20 years of experience in the aviation industry as senior flight attendants and recruiters for a prestigious international airline. Together they have flown across the world 400 times, visited two-thirds of the world, and spent almost 20,000 hours in the air as flight attendants. They have flown on some of the biggest passenger aircraft including Airbus A330-300, Airbus A340-500/800, Airbus A380, and Boeing 777-200/300 ER. If you plan on spending any time on a plane, you are not going to want to miss this episode. Tee and Nena share some invaluable advice about how to stay safe and healthy on any flight, crazy passenger stories that shed light on what NOT to do on a plane, the serendipitous story about how they met and became skybabes, why growing up during a time of war drew them to travel, and so much more. What was the most surprising thing you learned from today's episode? I'd love to hear what they are and hope you will share them by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Click Here To Try Premium Passport For Only $1 and get: Access To The Zero To Travel Podcast Archives (300+ amazing episodes and growing) One Bonus Episode Per Month (Decided By YOU) + Exclusive Content You Can't Hear Anywhere Else Ask Me (Jason) Your Burning Questions, and Get A Personal Answer! All Episodes Ad-Free (From April 2021 Onward) Today's episode is brought to you by The North Face - providing athlete-tested Jackets proven to be highly insulated, warm, breathable & durable so you can focus on what matters. It's more than a jacket, it's a calling to get out and explore. Get yours today in stores or at www.thenorthface.com. This episode is also supported by US Bank Shopper Cash Rewards Vista Signature Card, earn up to 6% cash back at selected stores. Visit https://usbank.com/shopper to get $250 Cashback after spending $2000 in the first 120 days of opening your account. Zero to Travel is also brought to you by Intrepid Travel - What's on your 2023 travel bucket? list? Make it happen on a small group tour with Intrepid Travel and get up to 25% off* at intrepidtravel.com between November 21st to December 2nd. And finally a big thanks to Kachava for supporting the show. Get a blend of organic superfoods and plant-based proteins that has all your essential nutrients in one, visit www.kachava.com/zerototravel for 10% off your first order. Tune In To Learn: What it was like to grow up Serbia (then known as Yugoslavia) during the war The serendipitous story of how Tee and Nena met and what brought them to live in Dubai How the experience of travel helped heal past wounds Advice for introverts who work in a forward-facing job Stories about horrible passengers (don't be these people) How to show your appreciation to a flight attendant The truth about the “mile high” club Must know do's and don'ts of flying Best practices for ordering food and drinks during a flight Key carry-on items that will make your flight more comfortable What to do before your flight to ensure your day goes smoothly Tee and Nena's favorite destinations The inspiration for writing Call Me Sky Babe And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport The North Face, US Bank Shopper Cash Rewards Vista Signature Card, Intrepid Travel, Kachava - Today's Sponsors Get a copy of Call Me Skybabe™: The Unfiltered, Laugh-Out-Loud, Empowering Guide to Finding Your Way to Health, Love, and Joy While Flying Follow @callmeskybabe on Instagram Reach out to the Skybabes via email at email@example.com Learn more Amazing Facts About Airplanes Want More? The Secret World Of Flight Attendants: An Interview With Betty In The Sky Around The World Ticket: Is It Worth It? Hitting The Reset Button On Life Through Travel
“You stand at the edge of the boat - and you take a giant stride into the unknown.” Today we're chatting with Pier Nirandara, a bestselling author, film producer, SCUBA diver and underwater photographer. She's dedicated her life to sharing the beauty and importance of this marine world about which we still know so little. With her work in photography, writing, and more, she's also helping to shape a new generation of divers and ocean advocates from all corners of the world. In the episode, you'll hear about the dive that changed her life and stopped her career path in its tracks; how it feels to share the water with some of the world's rarest, most ancient sea creatures; and why exploring the ocean and encountering marine wildlife is more important than ever. This episode will inspire and move you to consider all the life that exists beneath the water's surface - and what we owe to it. FIND PIER Follow Pier on Instagram (@piersgreatperhaps) and Facebook, or visit her website at piernirandara.com to find her amazing photography, articles, books, TED Talk, and more. She also leads snorkeling and diving expeditions all around the globe, so if you want to experience some of the adventures you heard in the episode firsthand, you can find those on her website too. SPONSORS THANK YOU to our amazing sponsor, The North Face, for supporting this episode! When you wear The North Face, it's more than a jacket…it's the calling to get out there and explore. Find your next fleece, parka, or winter jacket at thenorthface.com.And thank you to our other sponsor, Juggernaut Wines! Get four bottles of their delicious wines delivered to your home for only 1 cent in shipping costs. Just head over to juggernautwines.com and use code ARMCHAIR21.SOCIAL Share the show with your friends! Follow @armchairexplorerpodcast across Instagram and Facebook, and check out Armchair Explorer (www.armchair-explorer.com) for background videos, photos and more on each episode. And please hit that follow button to support the show!
If a new opportunity comes your way, are you ready to take it? When this week's guest, professional photographer and loyal listener Leslie McKellar, was forced to move out of her apartment in 2020 because of toxic mold, she took it as an opportunity to reevaluate her trajectory. After realizing her calling to travel full-time, she set out a plan to make it happen and left for Europe in January 2022. This week's interview is extra special because not only was it recorded in person but I also met Leslie 8 months into her travels so she has some fantastic insights to share from her experience. You will not want to miss what she has to say about how she budgeted for the trip, advice on how to pick the right destinations, valuable lessons from curveballs along the way, why traveling can help you reset, a 60-second challenge to help you find new adventures, and so much more. What are your takeaways from the 60-second challenge? I'd love to hear about them and hope you will share by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Click Here To Try Premium Passport For Only $1 and get: Access To The Zero To Travel Podcast Archives (300+ amazing episodes and growing) One Bonus Episode Per Month (Decided By YOU) + Exclusive Content You Can't Hear Anywhere Else Ask Me (Jason) Your Burning Questions, and Get A Personal Answer! All Episodes Ad-Free (From April 2021 Onward) Today's episode is brought to you by The North Face - providing athlete-tested Jackets that are proven to be highly insulated, warm, breathable & durable so you can focus on what matters. It's more than a jacket, it's a calling to get out and explore. Get yours today in stores or at www.thenorthface.com. This episode is also brought to you by US Bank Shopper Cash Rewards Vista Signature Card, earn up to 6% cash back at selected stores. Visit https://usbank.com/shopper to get $250 Cashback after spending $2000 in the first 120 days of opening your account. We are also proudly supported by the About the Journey podcast. Host Oneka Raymond takes you around North America to answer the question what does it mean to travel better? Search for About the Journey today wherever you get your podcasts! Zero to Travel is brought to you by Better Help, visit their website today to get 10% off your first month of services. Tune In To Learn: Why toxic mold was the unexpected launching point for Leslie's travel dreams What made Leslie decide to seize the opportunity to travel long term Reasons why saying traveling is like hitting a reset button How it felt to finally leave on a trip that was 2 years in the making The strategy Leslie used to budget and plan accommodations How Leslie has navigated visas renewals during her year abroad What type of unexpected challenges have arisen during Leslie's time abroad Why Leslie took climate and weather into account when seeking destinations Leslie's experience being a solo female traveler A few of Leslie's favorite moments abroad The biggest differences between slow travel and a quick trip How this journey impacted Leslie's perspective on her career Why Leslie decided to leave her photography equipment at home The biggest takeaways from nearly a year of traveling Why it is a bigger risk to not seize the opportunity A 60-second challenge to everyone And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport The North Face, US Bank Shopper Cash Rewards Vista Signature Card, About the Journey, & Better Help Check out Leslie's Photography Follow Leslie McKellar on Instagram Want More? Only $50 And A Dream: Biking Across The USA Solo With Zero Experience with Jasmine Reese Transition To Travel: Melinda's Story Shamans, Solo Travel, and a Healing Path
Olivia Amber is a professional trail runner for the North Face based in San Francisco, CA preparing for the Ultra Trail Cape Town 100K in a few days.Timestamps:(0:38) - making the switch from Nordic skiing to trail running (3:17) - how the San Francisco trail running community has influenced her growth in the sport(5:55) - on sabbatical, running full-time right now(7:54) - training for Cape Town(10:04) - motivations for racing Cape Town(11:35) - knowledge of the race, the course, etc(12:46) - expectations for the race(14:13) - race day gear Links:Follow Olivia on InstagramFollow Olivia on StravaAdditional Episodes You May Enjoy:#160 - Hillary Allen | 2022 Ultra Trail Cape Town Pre-Race InterviewSupport the show
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live without regrets? Today I am joined by author, speaker, and nomad, Geri Suster, to deep dive into her newest book Graceful Exits: Making the Case for Getting Good at Goodbye, and learn how to build skills in navigating exits and preventing regretful goodbyes. In 2017 Geri sold her seaside home and all her belongings to travel the United States in a 33' Class A RV with her 2 dogs. Life on the road gave Geri the confidence and space to realize her calling to write a book geared toward helping others find grace in making difficult exits. She has since traded in her RV for a self-converted sprinter van and found a home base in Bend, Oregon but is gearing up to hit the road again to spread the word about Graceful Exits. Want Geri Suster to come to your town? Reach out! If you have ever regretted how something ended, you will not want to miss this episode. Geri gives practical advice for preventing difficult goodbyes, shares the top questions to ask yourself before any exit, explains why travel gave her the courage to follow her dreams, and so much more. Is there an exit you wish you could have done differently? I'd love to hear about it and hope you will share by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Click Here To Try Premium Passport For Only $1 and get: Access To The Zero To Travel Podcast Archives (300+ amazing episodes and growing) One Bonus Episode Per Month (Decided By YOU) + Exclusive Content You Can't Hear Anywhere Else Ask Me (Jason) Your Burning Questions, and Get A Personal Answer! All Episodes Ad-Free (From April 2021 Onward) Zero to Travel is sponsored by BetterHelp online therapy, visit their website today to get 10% off your first month of services. Today's episode is also brought to you by The North Face - providing athlete-tested Jackets proven to be highly insulated, warm, breathable & durable so you can focus on what matters. It's more than a jacket, it's a calling to get out and explore. Get yours today in stores or at www.thenorthface.com. We are also supported by US Bank Altitude Go Visa Signature Card, get 4 X points on eating out and 2 X points on groceries, entertainment services, and gas or EV charge stations. Apply today at usbank.com/altitudego to get 20,000 points by spending $1000 in your first 90 days. Tune In To Learn: How Geri knew Bend, Oregon would be her new home base after many years on the road What caused Geri to leave her corporate career and seaside home behind Why travel can show you what you sometimes cannot see otherwise The bad lay-off experience that led Geri to the idea for her new book What it feels like to sell everything and hit the road for the first time The biggest challenges of living full-time in an RV (and downsizing to a van) Why a mission to say “yes” guided Geri's first year of travels and reasons for slowing down her second year How traveling gave Geri the courage she needed to write her first book How to define exits and avoid common mistakes in making them Advice about how to gracefully leave your job What to do when you have a relationship that needs to end/change Essential questions to ask yourself before making an exit The untold beauty of being present for the final exit Unexpected lessons Geri learned from writing Graceful Exits Why you should follow your calling despite uncertainty And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport BetterHelp, The North Face, US Bank Altitude Go Visa Signature Card - Today's Sponsors Get your copy of Graceful Exits today Take the Exit Intelligence Quiz to learn more about how you can improve your exit skills Learn more about Geri's upcoming projects Follow Geri Suster on Instagram & Facebook Want Geri to come to your town? Reach out! Want More? Campervan Therapy Making Travel Dreams Happen On The Fly Lifestyle Design and Beating Your Own Path with Marc Freccero
“The best way to travel? Dare to be lonely, lost, and bored.”Today we're joined by travel-writing legend Rolf Potts, best-selling author and pioneer of indie travel. Long before the era of contemporary van life and digital nomadism, Rolf's first book, Vagabonding, inspired countless travelers to forgo expensive, overly planned travel in favor of affordable, spontaneous exploration. And with his new book, The Vagabond's Way, he's sharing some of his best stories and pearls of wisdom from a lifetime spent traveling the world - including why you should never trust reviews, how inconvenience can lead to extraordinary discoveries, and why boredom while traveling is a gift. Whether or not you've already familiar with Rolf, this episode will surprise, delight, and teach you about why we travel - and how we can bring our travels home with us. FIND ROLF Follow Rolf on Instagram @rolfpotts, or visit his website at rolfpotts.com to find his books, articles, blog, videos, writing courses, and more. You can also find his newest book, The Vagabond's Way: 366 Meditations on Wanderlust, Discover, and the Art of Travel at your local bookstore or online. There are several stories and reflections in there that we didn't have time to cover, so we highly recommend you pick up a copy for yourself! SPONSORS THANK YOU to our amazing sponsor, The North Face, for supporting this episode! When you wear The North Face, it's more than a jacket…it's the calling to get out there and explore. Find your next fleece, parka, or winter jacket at thenorthface.com. And thank you to our other sponsor, Juggernaut Wines! Get four bottles of their delicious wines delivered to your home for only 1 cent in shipping costs. Just head over to juggernautwines.com and use code ARMCHAIR21. SOCIAL Share the show with your friends! Follow @armchairexplorerpodcast across Instagram and Facebook, and check out Armchair Explorer (www.armchair-explorer.com) for background videos, photos and more on each episode. And please hit that follow button to support the show!
Have you ever wished you could improve your storytelling skills surrounding travel? This week I am joined by travel journalist and friend to the show, Oneika Raymond to talk about the art of storytelling, what it's like to be a travel journalist, and how her nomadic life has changed over the years. Oneika has visited 120 Countries over 6 continents and is on a mission to educate, empower and encourage exploration. She started her career as a secondary school teacher, eventually becoming an award-winning journalist, speaker, podcast host, and Emmy-winning television host. If you love the spirit of wanderlust, then you don't want to miss this episode. We talk about why you should take an adult gap year, advice on what it takes to tell a great story, the top 3 cities you must visit, why completion is more important than perfection, factors to consider if you're considering settling down, and so much more. What are your favorite stories from traveling? I'd love to hear a few and hope you will share them by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Click Here To Try Premium Passport For Only $1 and get: Access To The Zero To Travel Podcast Archives (300+ amazing episodes and growing) One Bonus Episode Per Month (Decided By YOU) + Exclusive Content You Can't Hear Anywhere Else Ask Me (Jason) Your Burning Questions, and Get A Personal Answer! All Episodes Ad-Free (From April 2021 Onward) Today's episode is brought to you by The North Face - providing athlete-tested Jackets proven to be highly insulated, warm, breathable & durable so you can focus on what matters. It's more than a jacket, it's a calling to get out and explore. Today's episode is also sponsored by US Bank Visa Platinum Card, perfect for large purchases, unexpected expenses, and balance transfers. To see if you qualify for the lowest APR out there, visit usbank.com/platinum today. Get yours today in stores or at www.thenorthface.com. We also proudly support the About the Journey podcast. Host Oneka Raymond takes you around North America to answer the question what does it mean to travel better? Search for About the Journey today wherever you get your podcasts! Tune In To Learn: Why Oneika has slowed down her pace of travel and which countries she keeps revisiting What motivated Oneika and her husband to settle in Miami after an adult gap year The difference between being nomadic and being an ex-pat The key factors to consider when looking for a place to settle down Why the U.S. inspires Oneika as an entrepreneur The elements required to tell a good story How to understand and connect with your audience as a storyteller Why its necessary to be adaptable when telling a story The importance of having humility when storytelling Similarities between entrepreneurship and traveling Advice about being a successful entrepreneur Why completion is more important than perfection How to fake it till you make it and overcome imposter syndrome The hack that will help you use people as inspiration rather than intimidation Travel advice from a long-time nomad The best and worst parts about being a TV personality Which 3 cities Oneika says everyone should visit 3 Books everyone needs to read Oneika's most treasured travel memories And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport The North Face, US Bank Visa Platinum Card,& About the Journey - Today's Sponsors Learn more about Oneika's projects Check out Oneika's travels Follow Oneika on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter The 2022 Travel Vanguard Want More? The Slow Travel Philosophy + Traveling As A Black Woman with Oneika Raymond A Soulful Southern Road Trip: About The Journey With Oneika Raymond Travel Role Models and The Minority Nomad w/ Erick Prince
Have you ever wondered how to invest in your future while embracing a travel-centered present? Today I am joined by Kristin Meador, a financial expert who specializes in supporting location-independent businesses, in learning about best practices for managing your finances no matter where you are and what you're doing. After years of working 80+ hour weeks for a large accounting firm, Kristin's burnout caused her to make a radical change - sell everything and travel. About a year into her journey, she realized that she could use her skills as a corporate CPA to create her own cloud-based accounting business and create a location-independent lifestyle. She founded Gradient Accounting when she realized she could meet the unique needs of digital nomads, providing simple answers to sometimes scary and complex questions. If want to be sure you are making the best approach toward money management and travel, then you won't want to miss today's episode. Kristin shares the story of how travel inspired her to start her own business, how to define your core values to assist in big financial decisions, the pros and cons of the FIRE movement, finding the balance between investing and traveling, and so much more. What is your money mindset? I'd love to hear about it and hope you will share by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Click Here To Try Premium Passport For Only $1 and get: Access To The Zero To Travel Podcast Archives (300+ amazing episodes and growing) One Bonus Episode Per Month (Decided By YOU) + Exclusive Content You Can't Hear Anywhere Else Ask Me (Jason) Your Burning Questions, and Get A Personal Answer! All Episodes Ad-Free (From April 2021 Onward) Today's episode is brought to you by The North Face - providing athlete-tested Jackets that are proven to be highly insulated, warm, breathable & durable so you can focus on what matters. It's more than a jacket, it's a calling to get out and explore. Get yours today in stores or at www.thenorthface.com. This episode is also brought to you by US Bank Altitude Go Visa Signature Card get 4 X the points on eating out and 2 X the points on groceries, entertainment services, and gas or EV charge stations. Apply today at usbank.com/altitudego to get 20,000 points by spending $1000 in your first 90 days. Tune In To Learn: Why Kristen is my financial mentor What caused Kristin to develop a love for travel from an early age Why do Kristin and her husband make it a point to travel together and separately The importance of discussing travel goals and values in your relationship Advice for balancing work and travel when living abroad Why travel helps inspire creativity in business How to embrace living in the now by being intentional with your time All about burnout - how to spot it and what to do about it The moment Kristin decided to travel full-time and the places she visited her first year Pros and cons surrounding the FIRE movement Why there is no drug more addictive than the biweekly paycheck How to find a balance between saving and investing Why understanding your core values will help you make difficult financial decisions How Kristin budgets for adventures and travel And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport The North Face & US Bank Altitude Go Visa Signature Card - Today's Sponsors Learn about Travel As A Tax Write Off Subscribe to Kristin's YouTube Channel Get help from Gradient Accounting Follow Kristin Meador on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter Want More? Making Sense of Cents: Personal Finance and Travel + Is This The Best time EVER to Travel? How To Retire Early and Travel the World How to Travel with Less Money, Start Working on the Road, and Never Settle Down w/ Nora Dunn
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Day 17: Address: 90.0000° N, 135.0000° W The Story: A Black man was the first American adventurer to reach the North Pole!? Say what!? Call Patagonia, North Face, and Columbia Sportswear and tell them we've BEEN making their clothes look good! We don't need a long story today. Facts are facts. So pull up. Because at your next dinner party, when someone brings up the state of such-and-such and the downturn of dis-and-dat, just dazzle them with this Arctic adventure. …so what about that Matthew Henson? Real American hero eh? Let's move…
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel like a great historical adventurer? Today I am joined by Elise Wortley, a journalist on a mission to quite literally walk in the shoes of some of history's most fierce female explorers. After reading Alexandra David-Néel's book My Journey to Lhasa at age 16 (and again at 28), Elise was left with many questions about the trials and tribulations Alexandra must have faced being a female traveler in the early 1900s. In search of answers, she set off to India to follow in the author's footsteps, using only items that would have been available during the original journey - a Yak wool coat and wooden backpack. This trip has snowballed into multiple adventures sprinkled throughout the globe, tracing footprints from the past. If you love adventure, you will not want to miss this episode. Elise shares epic stories from her travels and describes exactly what it was like to travel without modern luxuries, important lessons she's learned from the journeys, actions she took to start her first journey, and so much more. Which modern technology do you think would be the hardest to give up when traveling? I'd love to hear your thoughts and hope you will share them by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Click Here To Try Premium Passport For Only $1 and get: Access To The Zero To Travel Podcast Archives (300+ amazing episodes and growing) One Bonus Episode Per Month (Decided By YOU) + Exclusive Content You Can't Hear Anywhere Else Ask Me (Jason) Your Burning Questions, and Get A Personal Answer! All Episodes Ad-Free (From April 2021 Onward) Today's episode is brought to you by The North Face - providing athlete-tested Jackets that are proven to be highly insulated, warm, breathable & durable so you can focus on what matters. It's more than a jacket, it's a calling to get out and explore. Get yours today in stores or at www.thenorthface.com. This episode is also brought to you by US Bank Shopper Cash Rewards Visa Signature Card, earn up to 6% cash back at selected stores. Visit https://usbank.com/shopper to get $250 Cashback after spending $2000 in the first 120 days of opening your account. We also proudly support the About the Journey podcast. Host Oneka Raymond takes you around North America to answer the question what does it mean to travel better? Search for About the Journey today wherever you get your podcasts! Tune In To Learn: Why do female adventures lack the same recognition as their male counterparts How Elise conducts research on history's forgotten female explorers The book that led Elise down the path of reliving adventures from the past How Elise came up with the inspiration for her first adventure The importance of bringing stories from the past back to life How to walk the walk and not just talk about it What it felt like to wear historical clothing during big treks & how others reacted Hacks for finding and creating old-school adventure gear Lessons from traveling without technology and how it will change your relationship with your phone Why adventure is for anyone and everyone Highlights from traveling through the Valley of The Assasins in Iran (Elise's most recent trip) Advice for anyone who is looking to do something different with their lives How Elise's projects help fund charities and what's next And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport The North Face, US Bank Shopper Cash Rewards Card, & About the Journey - Today's Sponsors Check out Woman with Altitude Learn more about Elise Get your copy of My Journey to Lhasa (the book that changed Elise's life) Follow Elise on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter Want More? Inspiring Female Adventurers Series: Around America And Beyond with Renata Chlumska 3 years Alone On Foot: An Interview With Sarah Marquis The Only Woman To Walk Around The World: Inspiring Female Adventurers Series with Polly Letofsky