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Ben Saunders

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#50. Human-Powered | Ben Saunders

Elevate Season 1-4

Polar explorer Ben Saunders has pushed human endurance to its hardest and coldest limits. The North and South Poles have been his home for over 6,000km of solo expeditions, giving him the record for the longest human-powered polar journey in history (2,888 km) and for the longest solo Arctic journey by a Briton (1,032 km).So there’s no better person to guide us when we face feeling alone and the endurance needed to conquer both fears and goals in life.Join us in conversation with this living legend as we explore life at the top and the bottom of our worlds.

1hr 4mins

9 Sep 2022

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II Ben Saunders maakt comeback op TV!

De passie voor muziek podcast !

Wie denkt aan The Voice of Holland denkt aan Ben Saunders. Tijdens het 1e seizoen maakte Ben Saunders grote indruk met zijn stem en werd hij onderdeel van het enorme succes van The Voice. Hoe is het Ben daarna afgegaan en wat zijn zijn plannen?  - Blijf up to date! Abonneren = GRATIS en kan via Spotify of op je Apple tablet, telefoon of laptop (via Apple Podcasts). - Comment: suggesties, ideeën zijn welkom! Geef JOUW MENING in vorm van een comment via de Apple Podcast app! - JOIN ONS: Zoek je muziekles? Of wil je voor ons werken als muziekdocent  www.thebeatacademy.nl . - Meehelpen? Deel dan vooral de podcast op social media, abonneer en like! 100 x Dank!

20mins

8 Jun 2022

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Life After Reaching the South Pole with Ben Saunders

You Contain Multitudes

I’m joined by Ben Saunders, a record-breaking polar explorer, acclaimed keynote speaker, and climate tech investor. Ben is another incredible person that I connected with on my trip to Antarctica last year and I immediately knew that I wanted to have him on the show to share his story. He is one of three people in history to ski solo to both the North and South poles, he holds the world record for the longest ever polar journey on foot, and has covered more than 4,500 miles (7,242km) on foot in the polar regions since 2001. Ben and I chat about how he’s enjoying the process of storytelling, particularly sharing what’s happening in the polar regions and behind-the-scenes of what private companies are doing for the climate crisis. We touch on how growing up without a strong male role model gave him a uniquely blank slate and the freedom to pursue his interests, regardless of how outrageous they may have seemed to the people around him. His relationship to his purpose has changed since his first expedition, but his ability to break through his own limits and capacity has not. Ben describes his current mission of exposing the real Antarctica to young people and inspiring them to share the story of the region. The one thing that unites humans on these expeditions is the pursuit of peace and science, and Antarctica is a template for how we can actually get it right. Listen in to learn more about Ben and his takeaways from his years of polar exploration. Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered: What happened when Ben achieved his all-consuming goal that he’d been going after for 15 years Challenging the assumption that happiness exists in external validation The true freedom and possibility of Antarctica Rejecting binaries in all areas His hope and optimism about reversing the climate crisis Resources Mentioned: Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging by Sebastian Junger Guest Info: Website: bensaunders.com Instagram: @polarben Twitter: @polarben LinkedIn: linkedin.com/ben-saunders-polar TED Talks: ted.com/speakers/ben_saunders Learn More and Connect: Instagram: @theoramoench Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/relationshipdojo Relationship Dojo: truly-chosen.mykajabi.com/relationship-dojo Website: trulychosen.com Email Us: hello@trulychosen.com

54mins

7 Jun 2022

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001: Ben Saunders - Polar Pioneer

The Wild Edge Podcast

Ben is a record-breaking polar explorer, a TED ‘master storyteller’ and an advocate for future pioneers. Across two decades – and more than a year on the ice – he has covered more than 4,500 miles (7,242km) on foot in the polar regions. His accomplishments include leading The Scott Expedition, the longest human-powered polar journey in history.Ben's links:Website: https://bensaunders.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/polarben/Twitter: https://twitter.com/polarbenThe Wild Edge Podcast:https://www.wildedge.co/blogs/the-wild-edge-podcastHost, Oli France:https://www.instagram.com/oli_france/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 2mins

24 May 2022

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Episode 1. Ben Saunders: Silence and Endurance

The Remarkable

By exploring the world’s most inaccessible, unforgiving places, alone, we begin to understand the boundlessness of human potential.Brought to you by The Last Drop Distillers.

1hr 1min

31 Jan 2022

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The MMA Report: Adrian Yanez, Ben Saunders, Raufeon Stots, and Davion Franklin

The MMA Report

In this edition of The MMA Report Podcast, Jason has interviews with UFC bantamweight Adrian Yanez, veteran welterweight Ben Saunders, Bellator 264 fighters Raufeon Stots, and Davion Franklin. Thanks for listening to this episode of The MMA Report Podcast and show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe, Rate, and Review to the show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher iHeartRadio, Spotify, TuneIn, and Google Podcast. Follow Jason Floyd on Twitter and Instagram Follow Daniel Galvan on Twitter Subscribe to The MMA Report on YouTube for all of our original video content. The post The MMA Report: Adrian Yanez, Ben Saunders, Raufeon Stots, and Davion Franklin appeared first on Radio Influence.

1hr 13mins

8 Aug 2021

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The MMA Report: Adrian Yanez, Ben Saunders, Raufeon Stots, and Davion Franklin

Radio Influence

In this edition of The MMA Report Podcast, Jason has interviews with UFC bantamweight Adrian Yanez, veteran welterweight Ben Saunders, Bellator 264 fighters Raufeon Stots, and Davion Franklin. Thanks for listening to this episode of The MMA Report Podcast and show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe, Rate, and Review to the show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher iHeartRadio, Spotify, TuneIn, and Google Podcast. Follow Jason Floyd on Twitter and Instagram Follow Daniel Galvan on Twitter Subscribe to The MMA Report on YouTube for all of our original video content. The post The MMA Report: Adrian Yanez, Ben Saunders, Raufeon Stots, and Davion Franklin appeared first on Radio Influence.

1hr 13mins

8 Aug 2021

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Episode 165: Action After Ben Saunders: Write Down Your Dreams

Finding Direction

Action After Item Write Down Your Dreams Take 5-10 minutes, and allow yourself to dream on paper Stu’s IG - @stumassengill Get your Action After Worksheet Here! www.stumassengill.com/actionafter Free Resource: www.findingdirectionuniversity.com/3steps

10mins

22 Jul 2021

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Episode 164: Ben Saunders: Record-Breaking Polar Explorer

Finding Direction

Ben Saunders is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker and writer who has also spent the last 2 decades doing polar expeditions. He also has completed the longest ever polar journey on foot, traveling 1800 miles to the south pole. In this episode, we talk about: How Ben as a young student wasn’t the most behaved in the classroom How he stumbled into his first expedition The biggest lessons he got from 12 polar expeditions Ben's website - https://bensaunders.com/ Ben's IG - @polarben

55mins

20 Jul 2021

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Ben Saunders | English polar explorer

Startup Microdose

Ben Saunders is an English Polar Explorer, endurance athlete, and motivational speaker. He led the first return journey to the South Pole on foot via Shackleton and Scott's route in 2013–14, and skied solo to the North Pole in 2004.He takes us on an incredible journey of what you need to conquer the most inhospitable places on planet earth and what it means to conquer them. Ben reminds us that sometimes it's the simple things that are the hardest come by.

1hr 36mins

14 Jun 2021

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