Created with Sketch.
45 minutes | 5 years ago
062: Ryan Shauers: From Desk To Dirtbag
Ryan Shauers is a former legislative assistant for Congress who, at the end of 2012, left the working world to climb, hike and explore the American West for a year. He got so caught up in travel and adventure that he just decided to keep going, traveling to South America and later driving through all of Central America.
48 minutes | 5 years ago
061: Michael Yarbrough: On Manliness And Nature
Join us on Mikes's journey as he shares his experience with the outdoors and how it has an impact in his business and life today. Mike is a husband, father, writer, woodworker, and occasional thespian. He is also the founder and curator of Wolf & Iron where he helps men heed the high call of manful living with articles and a podcast on classic manly skills and virtues.
49 minutes | 5 years ago
060: Alex Staniforth: Overcoming Adversity Through Adventure
Alex Staniforth is a 20 year old adventurer, ambassador and speaker from Cheshire in England. His story is one of overcoming adversity on his journey to climb Mount Everest, where both of his attempts to reach the summit ended in tragedy with the 2014 and 2015 avalanches. He has recently released his first book ICEFALL endorsed by Bear Grylls and is passionate about helping other people to discover the outdoors and their own 'Everest'.
42 minutes | 5 years ago
059: Abigail Wise: Landing Her Dream Job At Outside Magazine
In the latest episode of the S’more Outdoor Podcast I had the pleasure of interviewing Abigail Wise about the outdoors and her journey of landing her dream job with Outside Magazine where she gets to blend her passion of story telling with her passion for the outdoors. She talks about camping and canoeing the Boundary Waters in Minnesota, camping in a meadow of purple flowers at Fiordland National Park in New Zealand and what it’s like to work at Outside Magazine.
42 minutes | 5 years ago
058: Kate Dyer-Seely: A Hike That Inspired An Outdoor Mystery Series
Kate writes the Pacific Northwest Mystery Series for Kensington Publishing, featuring a young journalist, Meg Reed, who bills herself as an intrepid adventurer in order to land a gig writing for Northwest Extreme. Only Meg’s idea of sport is climbing onto the couch without spilling her latte. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and son, where you can find her hitting the trail, at an artisan coffee shop, or at her favorite pub. Better yet—at all three. Buy Kate's books on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
61 minutes | 5 years ago
057: Heather And Josh Legler: Hiking On Their First 40 Miles
Josh and Heather are the hosts of The First 40 Miles, a weekly hiking and backpacking podcast. Their family has enjoyed living in some of the most beautiful regions the United States, from the Cascades to the Adirondacks to the Rocky Mountains. Heather and Josh live in Oregon with their four wonderful children.
21 minutes | 5 years ago
056: John Lee Dumas: On Fire For The Outdoors
What can the Nature Effect do for you? Join us on John’s journey as he shares his experience with the outdoors and how it has an impact in his business and life today. John is the Founder and Host of EntrepreneurOnFire, an award winning Podcast revealing the journey of today’s most inspiring Entrepreneurs 7-days a week. With over 1 million unique listens a month, EntrepreneurOnFire has inspired Fire Nation to take control of their life and take the Entrepreneurial leap.
45 minutes | 5 years ago
055: Jon Dale: A Story Worth Living
Jon was born in London, England, in 1977 and moved to the USA at the age of 10. He and his wife Amy live in the mountains of Colorado with their four children. Jon is an avid outdoorsman. In the winter, you’ll find him snowboarding with his kids. When spring comes and the snow starts melting, you’ll find him riding his mountain bike or motorcycle with friends throughout Colorado. A serial entrepreneur, Jon spent a decade working with well known brands helping them develop and implement innovative marketing strategies. In 2009, he participated in one of the most selective and unique MBA programs in the country, a six month journey working directly with Seth Godin in New York City. In 2011 Jon joined the team at Ransomed Heart where he leads online strategy and helps provide leadership to the And Sons Team. Learn about Jon's new film A Story Worth Living at http://astoryfilm.com/
50 minutes | 5 years ago
054: Lance Snow: Inspiring Families To Get Out Together
Lance is the founder of Get Out Together which advocates connecting with others through outdoor and active lifestyles. By day, Lance manages an inside sales team for a large global technology company, by night he’s a husband and father of 4. He attempts to answer the question that so many are plagued with, “how do I find time to get outside?”
52 minutes | 5 years ago
053: James Woosley: Being Strategic About Life And The Outdoors
James is an underachiever only because he’s constantly expanding his potential by doing something amazing then immediately striving for more knowing that his mind, body, and spirit have been stretched to a new level of possibilities. He’s the author of "Conquer the Entrepreneur's Kryptonite: Simple Strategic Planning for You and Your Business" and "Challenge Accepted!: A Simple Strategy for Living Life on Purpose"
36 minutes | 5 years ago
052: Scott Kranz: Inspiring Others To Find Incredible Experiences
What can the Nature Effect do for you? Join us on Scott's journey as he shares his experience with the outdoors and how it has an impact in his business and life today. Scott is a Seattle-based adventurer, photographer, and writer, specializing in capturing the most wild, rugged, and pristine beauty of the great Pacific Northwest and beyond. A Minnesota native, Scott has lived in Seattle since 2013 and has come to love exploring the mountains as a way of life.
48 minutes | 5 years ago
051: Darren Kirby: Slow Cooking Tasty Campfire Food
What can the Nature Effect do for you? Join us on Darren's journey as he shares his experience with the outdoors and how it has an impact in his business and life today. Darren is a Wisconsin author who enjoys camping, hiking, canoeing, and tasty campfire food. He has been camping since he was a young boy, but only seriously writing for the last 4 years. Pie Iron Recipes is his first recipe book. His website is DarrenKirby.com.
35 minutes | 6 years ago
050: Erin Kirkland: Your Comfortable Place Comes From Your Explorations
What can the Nature Effect do for you? Join us on Erin's journey as she shares her experience with the outdoors and how it has an impact in her business and life today. Erin is author of "Alaska on the Go: exploring the 49th state with children," and publisher of AKontheGO.com, Alaska's only family travel resource. She also is a regular contributor to the CBS television and NPR affiliates in her hometown of Anchorage, where she writes and presents about family travel and outdoor recreation opportunities in Alaska.
49 minutes | 6 years ago
049: Paul Osborn: The Outdoors Is The Lifeline For Your Week
Paul is a father of four who loves the outdoors and adventure. He's most comfortable on top of a 20000 foot peak, paddling a mountain lake or hiking in the remote wilderness. To him, the outdoors is the healthiest place to be mentally and physically, and a great environment to raise kids. His goal is to use video, photography and writing to share the knowledge, tools and confidence that can make you feel more confident to get outdoors alone, or with family and friends over at The Outdoor Adventure.net
25 minutes | 6 years ago
048: Father's Day Special Edition
This episode is dedicated to all you who have lost your hero. The person who taught you everything about life and was the rock in your family. In this episode I share a small part of the journey my dad and I had together and what he taught me about business and life. He died on November 30, 2014 at the age of 77.
38 minutes | 6 years ago
047: A Love For The Outdoors As The Rugged Soapmaker
While in Yosemite National Park for Memorial Day Weekend, I recorded videos and took new product shots of my soap. I had a blast before leaving Yosemite Valley and decided to share how I became known as the Rugged Soapmaker and how the brand for Mountain Man Soap came about.
20 minutes | 6 years ago
046: Memorial Day Weekend In Yosemite
In this episode I share about my Memorial Day Weekend experience in Yosemite, how crowded it was and exciting for me to see so many people playing outside. This is what life is all about… taking time to enjoy the outdoors and experience the Nature Effect.
18 minutes | 6 years ago
045: Why You’re Driven To Distraction And What To Do About It.
You’ve probably heard it before, we live in a noisy world. Both audio as well as visual. We are constantly distracted by the things in our lives. We allow procrastination to rule our lives. Living this way is unhealthy, for our emotional and mental stability. We can, however, choose to distract ourselves from our digital playground. We can choose to procrastinate and live a better life.
50 minutes | 6 years ago
044: Greg Hembree: Helping Everyone Enjoy The Outdoors Safely And Responsibly
What can the Nature Effect do for you? Join us on Greg's journey as he shares his experience with the outdoors and how it has an impact in his business and life today. Greg is the founder and CEO of Woodline Adventures. He and his family have enjoyed outdoor recreation for years and have developed various skills used for both family camping and backcountry adventures. Greg enjoys getting out into “the wild” and equally enjoys helping others get away from their Monday through Friday lives in the “concrete jungle” of the city.
22 minutes | 6 years ago
043: Making Room For The Outdoors In Our Overloaded Lives
We live in a world full of distractions. Everywhere we turn, there is something that is vying for our attention. Whether it is from the accumulation of stuff, the events we have committed to, or the technology we are constantly connected to. All these things we have invited into our lives have left lift space left for us to do the things we really want to do. At the end of the day, we have very little time left to enjoy the life we most want to live. Our lives our overloaded and we need to make room for the outdoors.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2020