The trajectory widens as you move away from that moment that changed everything. At the age of 34, Amy left the financial industry to pursue her passion and a career in professional bike racing. As an athlete, an Ironman, endurance trail running and finally cycling consumed her time outside of the corporate workplace. Amy raced for […]
Stories of outdoor active professionals, entrepreneurs, CEOs and athletes who are pushing boundaries and redefining how we do life and business: on our own terms.
Our story impacts how we show up in the world. Think about that. You might think you don't have an interesting story to tell but you do. We don't have to be founders of tech giants and global brands. We define what success means to us and we live it. By doing things that fulfill us while striving for more and kicking ass, but having fun along the way. We fill our lives with adventure (another word we get to define for ourselves and not compare to others) and we push ourselves physically and mentally, to overcome obstacles that make achievement that much sweeter.
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Today is part two of a fascinating conversation I had with Wes King, founder and CEO of Tahoe Trail Bar, a plant-based, non-GMO, gluten-free line of awesome tasting energy bars. You might want to check out episode 89 if you haven’t already and then come back for the continuation but here’s a quick recap: Last week, Wes walked us through a time in his life where he was searching for something to do with himself that went beyond getting out on the trail or the snow.
Wes King is the CEO and founder of the Tahoe Trail Bar, a plant-based, non-GMO, gluten-free line of awesome tasting energy bars. He had so much to share, I decide to make this into a two-part episode so I didn’t have to make any hard decisions and leave good stuff on the proverbial “floor.” Today, in part […]
I wish I could have had another hour with Bill but we went way over our time as it is. He talked about starting a company, getting distribution, and things like why Big Anes doesn’t make car tents. I was hell-bent on finding a formula for building a brand and company culture but here’s what I learned: The people at Big Agnes let their actions do the talking, and I think that makes a great story. For example, recently, Bill invited all employees to embark on the 740-mile hike of the Continental Divide Trail. They signed up for various segments and hiked from New Mexico to Wyoming. We dabbled just a bit on how current international trade policy is affecting those in the outdoor industry. (I think you can guess where this goes)
Today, we journey back to Georgia to talk more mountain biking, entrepreneurship, and impostor syndrome – fun stuff :). Kate Gates joins us from Ellijay, Georgia. where she, her husband and parents own and operate Mulberry Gap, a mountain bike getaway in the mountains of Northern Georgia with access to the Pinhoti Trail system.
Denver-native Brittany Charboneau, known as The Funny Runner, is pursuing a career in running and comedy. An average athlete much of her life, she just qualified for the Olympic Trials’ A’ Standard at the 2018 Los Angeles Marathon with a time of 2:36. We had a lot to talk about.
Matt Sterbenz, a highly respected figure in the freeskiing industry talks to us about innovation. “Sometimes, you have to blank the hard drive to think openly about new ideas, creating solutions to problems you don’t necessarily consider to be problems.”
Peru, Incan Civilization, travel off the beaten path, international partnerships (and intrigue)…. this is what we have in store for you today. Jacquie Whitt had no intention she’d one day partner with a team of native Peruvians and become the owner of an international adventure travel business. Her partners share equity in Adios Adventure Travel. […]
Terri Watts quit her job as an occupational therapist in Athens, Georgia to race the IMBA National Enduro Series for Pro Women. This girl from Georgia seemingly came out of nowhere to win the 2017 USA Cycling Enduro National Championship. Now, she is semi-retired from racing and back working part-time as an occupational therapist and part of the time as a PMBIA Level 1 mountain bike guide and coach with Ninja Mountain Bike Performance.
Eric Larsen travels to wild and specifically cold places to cast a spotlight on climate change and the melting Arctic. Today, we will have a bigger conversation about adventure.