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Breaking Trail.An exploration of outdoor adventure as a metaphor for life. Every other week, we talk to players in the outdoor and nonprofit world; in land conservation, recreation, and education to uncover stories that make the world a better place.Rather than prescription, these stories serve as lessons and inspiration. Past guests have won Olympic Gold (Kikkan Randall), are empowering survivors of sexual abuse and sexual assault through therapy and mountain biking (Jeannine Anders), and make adaptive sports accessible to the backcountry (Vasu Sojitra). This show is for those who prefer to define your own idea of success and break trail to get there.Interested in being a guest? Learn more here. http://bigleapcreative.com/pitch-the-breaking-trail-podcast/Let me know if you have questions!

Latest Episodes

Courtney Condy: If not her, then whom?

ECourtney Condy was a recent college grad who felt disillusioned with the corporate grind while living and working in San Francisco. A last-minute trip to Nepal in 2015 changed her life forever when her trekking group got caught in the middle of an 8.1 magnitude earthquake two days away from Everest Basecamp. Upon returning to the US she quit her job and became an Adventure Travel Guide and began leading trips all around the US and the world. In 2018, She founded Occupation Wild.

37 min1 w ago
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Courtney Condy: If not her, then whom?

Rich Hohne: Defeating the Nagging Status Quo

ERich Hohne director of marketing at Oboz Footwear based in Bozeman, joins me today - to talk about unexpected changes, being side blinded by divorce and moving on from it. Finding lack of joy at work and moving on from it. It’s easier to just stay with the status quo, isn’t it? but at what cost? So with that, let’s listen in and gear up for what’s next.

37 min3 w ago
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Rich Hohne: Defeating the Nagging Status Quo

Anastasia Allison on Near Death Experiences and Living on our Own Terms

EAnastasia Allison was an unusual kid. She was into things you and I probably were not such as volunteering at a national park as an interpretive guide wearing period costumes performing hymns and folk songs with her violin. Sounds like a super cool kid to me in many ways but sadly, Allison suffered a great deal of bullying as a child. It might be for that reason she spent a lot of her life trying to conform to this “what should we be and do with our lives.”

74 min2019 NOV 15
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Anastasia Allison on Near Death Experiences and Living on our Own Terms

Mary Fiedler: Optimal Health EVEN Through Menopause

EI had a health issue this past march and I realized I knew a lot less about my body than I realized. Mary Fiedler loves what she does especially because she wants to educate clients about their bodies and their health. So, with much convincing, I got her to FINALLY come on the show and talk about bioidentical hormones for women’s health and especially through menopause. I mean, come on, we gotta live, right?

42 min2019 OCT 31
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Mary Fiedler: Optimal Health EVEN Through Menopause

Amy Charity Reflects Back on that Pivotal Moment

EThe 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 the U.S. National Team and signed a contract with one of the top ten women’s professional racing teams in the world.

50 min2019 OCT 18
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Amy Charity Reflects Back on that Pivotal Moment

Wes King Achieving Alignment

EToday is part 2 of a long and interesting 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 wassearching for something to do with himself that went beyond getting out on the trail or the snow.

42 min2019 OCT 3
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Wes King Achieving Alignment

Wes King on Finding that Inflection Point

EWes 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-partepisode so I didn’t have toedit anything out. Today, we’re going to talk about finding purpose, working your ass off and taking a cottage business to the next level. Next week, we’ll talk about his leadership philosopy, mindfulness and giving back to the community

47 min2019 SEP 26
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Wes King on Finding that Inflection Point

Bill Gamber and Big Agnes: Focus on Mission Over Marketing

EIf you're happier and more comfortable when you're outside, you'll get out and play more. That's why Big Agnes, aka, The Mother of Comfort, a Steamboat Springs-based company exists - to make you more comfortable. And Bill Gamber, one of the founders, joins us today

59 min2019 SEP 12
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Bill Gamber and Big Agnes: Focus on Mission Over Marketing

Kate Gates Gets Real About Living the Dream

EToday, we journey back to Georgia. We spoke with Terri Watts of Athens in episode 83. Kate Gates joins us from Ellijay, Georgia. She and her husband and their parents own and operate Mulberry Gap, a mountain bike getaway in the mountains of Northern Georgia with access to the Pinhoti Trail system

53 min2019 SEP 5
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Kate Gates Gets Real About Living the Dream

Brittany Charboneau: The Path from Average to Elite

EBrittany Charboneau is a Denver-native and also known as The Funny Runner because she is pursuing a career in running and comedy. Brittany was an Olympic hopeful from childhood but was a very average runner/athlete through school and college. Eventually, she quit her job to pursue a career in running and comedy. We talk today about listening to your gut, following your path and finding the confidence or the signs to know you are on the right track

49 min2019 AUG 30
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Brittany Charboneau: The Path from Average to Elite

Latest Episodes

Courtney Condy: If not her, then whom?

ECourtney Condy was a recent college grad who felt disillusioned with the corporate grind while living and working in San Francisco. A last-minute trip to Nepal in 2015 changed her life forever when her trekking group got caught in the middle of an 8.1 magnitude earthquake two days away from Everest Basecamp. Upon returning to the US she quit her job and became an Adventure Travel Guide and began leading trips all around the US and the world. In 2018, She founded Occupation Wild.

37 min1 w ago
Comments
Courtney Condy: If not her, then whom?

Rich Hohne: Defeating the Nagging Status Quo

ERich Hohne director of marketing at Oboz Footwear based in Bozeman, joins me today - to talk about unexpected changes, being side blinded by divorce and moving on from it. Finding lack of joy at work and moving on from it. It’s easier to just stay with the status quo, isn’t it? but at what cost? So with that, let’s listen in and gear up for what’s next.

37 min3 w ago
Comments
Rich Hohne: Defeating the Nagging Status Quo

Anastasia Allison on Near Death Experiences and Living on our Own Terms

EAnastasia Allison was an unusual kid. She was into things you and I probably were not such as volunteering at a national park as an interpretive guide wearing period costumes performing hymns and folk songs with her violin. Sounds like a super cool kid to me in many ways but sadly, Allison suffered a great deal of bullying as a child. It might be for that reason she spent a lot of her life trying to conform to this “what should we be and do with our lives.”

74 min2019 NOV 15
Comments
Anastasia Allison on Near Death Experiences and Living on our Own Terms

Mary Fiedler: Optimal Health EVEN Through Menopause

EI had a health issue this past march and I realized I knew a lot less about my body than I realized. Mary Fiedler loves what she does especially because she wants to educate clients about their bodies and their health. So, with much convincing, I got her to FINALLY come on the show and talk about bioidentical hormones for women’s health and especially through menopause. I mean, come on, we gotta live, right?

42 min2019 OCT 31
Comments
Mary Fiedler: Optimal Health EVEN Through Menopause

Amy Charity Reflects Back on that Pivotal Moment

EThe 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 the U.S. National Team and signed a contract with one of the top ten women’s professional racing teams in the world.

50 min2019 OCT 18
Comments
Amy Charity Reflects Back on that Pivotal Moment

Wes King Achieving Alignment

EToday is part 2 of a long and interesting 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 wassearching for something to do with himself that went beyond getting out on the trail or the snow.

42 min2019 OCT 3
Comments
Wes King Achieving Alignment

Wes King on Finding that Inflection Point

EWes 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-partepisode so I didn’t have toedit anything out. Today, we’re going to talk about finding purpose, working your ass off and taking a cottage business to the next level. Next week, we’ll talk about his leadership philosopy, mindfulness and giving back to the community

47 min2019 SEP 26
Comments
Wes King on Finding that Inflection Point

Bill Gamber and Big Agnes: Focus on Mission Over Marketing

EIf you're happier and more comfortable when you're outside, you'll get out and play more. That's why Big Agnes, aka, The Mother of Comfort, a Steamboat Springs-based company exists - to make you more comfortable. And Bill Gamber, one of the founders, joins us today

59 min2019 SEP 12
Comments
Bill Gamber and Big Agnes: Focus on Mission Over Marketing

Kate Gates Gets Real About Living the Dream

EToday, we journey back to Georgia. We spoke with Terri Watts of Athens in episode 83. Kate Gates joins us from Ellijay, Georgia. She and her husband and their parents own and operate Mulberry Gap, a mountain bike getaway in the mountains of Northern Georgia with access to the Pinhoti Trail system

53 min2019 SEP 5
Comments
Kate Gates Gets Real About Living the Dream

Brittany Charboneau: The Path from Average to Elite

EBrittany Charboneau is a Denver-native and also known as The Funny Runner because she is pursuing a career in running and comedy. Brittany was an Olympic hopeful from childhood but was a very average runner/athlete through school and college. Eventually, she quit her job to pursue a career in running and comedy. We talk today about listening to your gut, following your path and finding the confidence or the signs to know you are on the right track

49 min2019 AUG 30
Comments
Brittany Charboneau: The Path from Average to Elite
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