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The Grey NATO - 160 - Travel, Survival, And Making Wild TV With Megan Hine

The Grey Nato

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1hr 30mins

9 Sep 2021

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EP.038: Megan Hine (HUNTED by the Mexican Drugs Cartel in the Mountains)

The Modern Adventurer Podcast

Megan Hine (Survivalist)On today's Podcast, we have Megan Hine. Megan is a survival consultant, expedition leader, and producer. Her vast wealth of experience and knowledge, gained from leading hundreds of trips and expeditions, consulting for TV survival and adventure shows across the globe, enables her to organise unique experiences for clients in remote and wild places.Today on the podcast, we talk about her life growing up and how she got into TV—working with different celebrities and the stories along the way. Megan Hine talks about her near-death experiences, from been shot at by tribesmen to being hunted by the Mexican drugs cartel in the mountains. Buy Mind of a Survivor by Megan HineMegan's WebsiteMegan's InstagramSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-modern-adventurer/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy


17 Aug 2021

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Megan Hine - How routine saved her life, recovering from Lyme disease and how to find your inner resilience in these challenging times

A Life Less Ordinary with Sophie Elwes

Megan Hine is a survival consultant, producer, adventurer and television presenter. She is also the author of Mind of a Survivor.During her career she has survived a snakebite, Lyme disease, being shot at and hunted by a lion, amongst many other things.An Ambassador for Scouting UK, Megan is passionate about enabling children and young people to experience the wealth of benefits that being in the outdoors and in the wilderness can bring.We talk about how we are not equipped with the skills to cope with the stresses of modern day life, she shares some valuable thoughts about finding our inner resilience as well as some great advice about having a healthy relationship with social media.Often being the only woman in a role that is typically held by men, Megan is on a mission to diversify representation in the industry.We discuss the power of routine, and how its actually saved her life in the past and how creativity can be the key to survival.Working with a wide range of people from A-list celebrities, to local tribespeople, she is extremely versatile. It was fascinating about hearing her experience meeting uncontacted tribes and how these experiences have taught her a great deal about communication and working with others.@megan_hine@sophieelwesFor more information about Lyme disease see globallymealliance.org.

1hr 2mins

8 Mar 2021

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29. Megan Hine: 'Mind of a Survivor' - what the wild has taught one of the world's best known wilderness experts

Sam Gash Podcast

"Your mind can have so much control over your body when you don't want to do something."Megan Hine is a British survival expert, consultant, adventurer, climber, television presenter and expedition leader - taking celebrities and TV crews into uncharted territory.She is widely known for her work alongside Bear Grylls on TV shows including Running Wild, ITV's Bear Grylls: Mission Survive and Bear Grylls: The Island, as well as a wide range of TV shows all over the world. She has taken TV crews into some of the harshest places on earth - literally holding the ropes for some of the toughest men on TV. Her book ‘Mind Of A Survivor’ examines the human ability and instinct for survival. Megan shares and dissects life tools she's used in the wild for survival, showing how they can as easily be applied to more domestic everyday life - from careers to relationships.This conversation looks at (not exclusively)her pathway into adventureher leadership style in high pressure and remote environmentsthe importance of having uncomfortable conversationsidentifying your stress triggers and the impact of accumulated/chronic stress.how to reset through reconnecting with a routine.her approach to tackling the fear of the unknown.releasing our childhood mechanisms for safety as an adultproviding opportunities for our youth to lead and experience accountability & the consequence of one's actions.creating space for failure in a success driven environmentthe female adventurer journey - perceived barriers; challenges and how to work through them and own your path.You can follow Megan via:instagram @megan_hinewebsite meganhine.comfacebook https://www.facebook.com/officialmeganhine

2hr 6mins

14 Oct 2020

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Megan Hine - Lead, Explore, Survive

The Osprey Podcast

In this episode, survival specialist, expedition leader, adventurer and author Megan Hine chats to us about her life and career, behind and in front of the camera. From her childhood day’s mountain climbing with her geologist father to her journeys through the Amazon meeting undiscovered people and cultures, we find out how Megan’s life has been shaped by her adventures.From her first forays into mountaineering, survival and bushcraft instruction she has been fascinated by the way the human mind deals with the hostile wilderness environment. Megan has become fascinated with exploring the psychology of Survival, building resilience and an understanding of mindfulness through extreme situations.Megan is also a passionate promoter of diversity in the outdoors and talks to us about the changes she’s seen in the way women are portrayed and included in the outdoor sector, why it’s important attitudes are starting to change and what she feels can be done to make her particular career path open and inclusive to all. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 7mins

8 Jul 2020

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Mark Hannaford and Megan Hine: The Psychology of Survival


This week, we're joined by Expedition Leader, Survival and Adventure Consultant Megan Hine.  Alongside WEM Founder Mark Hannaford, Megan discusses her career, from an Erasmus Year in Prague that proved a pivotal moment in sparking her love of the outdoors to entering the industry and working with Bear Grylls for over a decade. Megan also considers how gender has impacted her work and how social media can be an incredible tool in helping to confront traditional adventure stereotypes. Megan explores the psychology of survival, drawing comparisons from her work on expedition to life in lockdown. Acceptance is key, followed by the setting of clear boundaries and the value of routine to provide a sense of purpose and control.  Before wrapping up, Megan gives us a sneak peak into some of her future projects!  The Power of Adventure Podcast is available now. Megan covers 5 very different stories all with a common thread, a recognition of 'The Power of Adventure' in our lives for grounding us and fostering resilience.  Get in touch: Instagram: @megan_hine Twitter: @meg_hine


28 Apr 2020

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EP. 6 - Megan Hine: What Is Adventure?

The Power of Adventure

Megan reflects back on the series as well as her own experiences, to uncover the lessons from these incredible stories. She concludes with how an adventurous mindset can deliver transformative results.


16 Apr 2020

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Episode 036: The Solitude Specials, Megan Hine

The Adventure Podcast

The first episode in 'The Solitude Specials' is with Megan Hine.The Solitude Specials are a new series of shorter conversations with adventurous souls who know a thing or two about managing their physical, mental and emotional energy in peculiarly challenging and stressful times.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-adventure-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


31 Mar 2020

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Megan Hine - Upstream of the Cascade, keeping a hold of your paddle.


'In the world of exploration, expeditions and dynamic film shoots, things never go exactly as planned'.  Which is why in this episode, survival expert and adventure consultant Megan Hine will discuss her evolving role in managing the safety and wellbeing of clients and crew, enabling film crews to achieve their goals - all while remaining 'upstream of the cascade'. 


5 Feb 2020

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Episode 3: Live Megan Hine and James Ketchell

Jason Fox Wild Tales Podcast – The Book of Man

In this third episode Jason talks to two wild spirits in front of a live audience at Hicce in London. Stories of adventure resilience, treasure hunting and circumnavigating the globe in a Gyrocopter!

1hr 8mins

12 Dec 2019