The Anthem of the Adventurer

The Anthem of the Adventurer

There has been a longing in me that recently was awakened by talking with a number of awesome men who have helped breathe a new sense of adventure into my heart. We must stop using the excuse of having kids and a mortgage to hold us back from a life filled with adventure. I want to share their stories (and more) with you, along with weekly challenges with your friends and family! I want to encourage you to live adventurously every day through a mix of casual, critical, and crucial adventures.

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    Life of the Adventurer Episode 2

    This week I'm highlighting a few of the awesome people I'm blessed to have in my life that I'm super grateful for. Check them out and support them in what they're doing, and share who YOU are grateful for this Thanksgiving week!

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    27: Adventure to Change the World w/ Jeff Bonaldi

    Today on the show, we have Jeff Bonaldi, the founder of The Explorer’s Passage! Today we’re going to talk about some incredible moments of transformation in Jeff’s life that were made possible by him embracing adventure in his life.

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    26: Following Where the Road Takes You w/ Dan Grec

    Today on the show we have a guy who decided that his job as a software engineer wasn’t fulfilling his need for adventure in his life, packed up his car and drove to Alaska from his home in Canada. Once there, he discovered an untapped desired to keep exploring from the seat of an overlanding vehicle which kicked off a series of epic journeys from Alaska to Patagonia which he detailed in his book, “The Road Chose Me.” Dan Grec calls in from Zambia as he is working his way AROUND Africa. Yes, I said around. Not across. This journey so far has been almost 37k miles in his trusty off-road Jeep and he’s got many more 10s of thousands to go. Truly epic. In this episode we talk about the lessons he’s learned on the dusty, muddy, rocky, and beautiful roads he’s been travelling for the past few years and all the cultures he’s encountered along the way. You’re going to love this one!

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    25 Clarify Your Filter With Tools and Tactics from the Navy SEALs w/ Larry Yatch

    We have my friend, Larry Yatch. Now Larry is a special breed of guy: he was bound and determined to be a Navy fighter pilot since he saw the movie Top Gun in 3rd grade, but that changed when a friend gave him a Navy SEAL sweatshirt which would redirect the course of his life.

    After graduating from the Naval Academy, he would pass the hardest military training in the world to become a Navy SEAL and serve our country with distinction for 10 years as an officer. His military service ended when he was medically retired, but his service to our country continued in the form of building businesses to help others build and execute in high performing teams at work and at home.

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    24 Overlanding and Re-Discovering the Divine Music with Scott Leuthold

    Today we have an awesome guest with a passion for the wild places of the earth, their protection, and exploring them (especially in kitted out offroad vehicles!). Scott Leuthold is a writer, speaker, and advocate for getting outdoors and re-discovering what Thoreau called “the divine music.”

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    Bonus Call to Action - Team Rubicon

    Today on the show I’m giving you a more direct call to action. This week, tens of thousands of people are preparing to endure the wrath of Hurricane Florence, and a group of tens of thousands more are ready to deploy their skills to be the best part of their worst day and Get (Stuff) Done.

    Team Rubicon’s primary mission is providing disaster relief to those affected by natural disasters, be they domestic or international. By pairing the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders, medical professionals, and technology solutions, Team Rubicon aims to provide the greatest service and impact possible.

    Through continued service, Team Rubicon seeks to provide our veterans with three things they lose after leaving the military: a purpose, gained through disaster relief; community, built by serving with others; and identity, from recognizing the impact one individual can make. Coupled with leadership development and other opportunities, Team Rubicon looks to help veterans transition from military to civilian life.

    I’m a proud member of Team Rubicon Region V, and had the privilege of serving alongside my fellow tribe members in the wake of Hurricane Harvey in 2017. It was one of the most profoundly positive experiences of my life, and you can have that mix of adventure, purpose, and service too by signing up to deploy on their website. It only takes a few hours of training, and a little bit of gear and you’re good to go.

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