Today’s podcast is the beginning of a new series about my first Mt. Whitney conquests. I share more about how previous experiences have contributed to my drive to be relentless with every mountain that I face, be it literal or figurative. My hope is that this story encourages you to be relentless in the face of the mountains in your life–the obstacles and challenges that cause you to want to throw in the towel and surrender to hopelessness, mediocrity and regrets. Be relentless!
Tales of the Trails: Mt. Whitney Pt. 1
Previous episodes can be downloaded from iTunes.
In today’s podcast, I talk about what it actually means to live on the edge. It’s certainly risky, but it’s worth it, especially when you consider the alternative: a life plagued with mediocrity and regret. I hope my words inspire you to soar to new heights.
Previous episodes can be downloaded on iTunes. 🙂
Life on the Edge: Risky Business
Here is today’s podcast, which is a continuation of my talk on overcoming your fears. The best way to overcome fear is to face it head on. So get out there and be a do-er and a be-er. You have what it takes and you are more than a conquer. Be fearless!
Previous episodes are available on iTunes.
Life on the Edge: The Face of Fear
Today’s podcast deals with facing your fears. Hope you enjoy it. All previous episodes are available on iTunes. 🙂
Life on the Edge: Into the Deep
Below is the link to today’s podcast, “Serpents and Scorpions.” Previous episodes are available on iTunes. 🙂
Life on the Edge: Serpents and Scorpions
On the heels of the 4th of July, today’s episode ironically represents freedom. This and previous episodes are available on iTunes.
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Life on the Edge: Beauty for Ashes
Here is today’s podcast. Previous episodes are available on iTunes. Enjoy!
Life on the Edge: On Top of the World
The link to today’s podcast is below. All previous episodes are available on iTunes. 🙂
Life on the Edge: Chapter 10
Here is today’s podcast. This runs a couple of minutes longer than the others. I try to limit each episode to five minutes or less, but some will occasionally run longer, but not too long. 🙂
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Life on the Edge: Chapter 8