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I'm your Host, Todd Nevins of the Go Hunt Life podcast and I've interviewed 51 guests over the past year including world record holders, entrepreneurs, digital nomads, environmentalists, activists, minimalists, ultra-endurance athletes, travelers and overall life-hunting badasses. It’s been an incredible life redirecting ride that I have loved every step of the way.
This episode is dedicated to you for listening and to all 51 of my guests so far that have allowed me to ask them questions about some of their most personal life decisions and then given me the privilege to share those stories.Pull the Ripcord. Go Hunt Life.
I’ve learned more than I ever could have imagined and feel like I’m in the middle of getting my PhD on how to hunt life and I have each and every one of my guests to thank for that, so thank you.
I asked fellow podcaster Moby from the Austin Fire Show to interview me about the ripcord moments and lightning strikes that I've personally experienced since launching the show, what I've learned along the way and what's next for the podcast.
In this episode we discuss...
The origin of Go Hunt Life.
When 'pull the ripcord' started.
Has the goal on launch day evolved over the last 12 months.
Common themes that have bubbled up that have pushed people to pull the ripcord on the safe and normal life to pursue a life of passion.
When is the timing right for someone to pull the ripcord, quit their job and reinvent their life?
The biggest ripcords, lightning strikes and aha moments.
Thank you again to all of my guests for taking the time to let this podcaster pepper you with questions. Your honesty, generosity and trust is immensely appreciated and will never be forgotten. -ToddShow Notes Check out this awesome podcast from Moby of the Austin Fire Show and thanks Moby for interviewing me. Sponsors PrintDirtCheap.com – Rockstars in printing with over 30 categories of printing products doing it FAST and doing it CHEAP. Use promo code ‘LIFEHUNTER’ for $10 off of your print job or request a free sample of their work. Check out clickplacement.com to design your search engine marketing strategies and launch an epic PPC campaign. Support the Go Hunt Life show by making a donation to help keep the life hunter stories coming at Patreon.com/gohuntlife Editing and production by: FriedoNation.com Equipment used in this episode: Recording: Zoom H5 Four-Track Portable Recorder Mics: Audio-Technica ATR2100-USB Cardioid Dynamic USB/XLR Microphone Check out all of the podcast episodes: Go Hunt Life on iTunes
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