From No Farms to Two w/ Mossy Oak’s Jake Meyer EP - 245
Drury Outdoors 100% Wild Podcast
From zero farms to two. Learn how Mossy Oak’s Jake Meyer partnered up with family members to make purchasing two farms something he and his growing family could afford. Want to be on the show? Leave us a Question of the Day by clicking here and you could win a DeerCast hat! Join the 100% Wild Crew! It’s a Facebook group just for you and other 100% Wild podcasters! Contribute to the Joe Basler Memorial Fund
Jake Meyer and Candi Barlow Talk Money: Study Activation Survey Results and What it Means for Sites
Advarra In Conversations With ...
In this episode, Jake Meyer and Candi Barlow review results from Advarra's recent survey and discuss study activation success strategies for sites. Our experts share their thoughts on budget negotiation from how to make do with a tight budget to taking less conventional approaches.
Stonks?! (Are we heading toward a boom?) w/ Dr. Jake Meyer
BTC is over $60k!? GME hit $300!? Inverted Yield Curve!? What the heck is going on? Dr. Jake Meyer returns to help us try to make... _any_ sense of this.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/reconsiderpodcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Bowhunting Obsession: A Visit with Mossy Oak's Jake Meyer
The Bowhunting Podcast
Mossy Oak's Jake Meyer has had a lifelong love affair with archery. Since the age of 12, Meyer has been bowhunting and competing in archery tournaments alongside the best in the business. In this episode, Meyer discusses his 2019 whitetail exploits across the Midwest, shares his thoughts about the value of bowhunters participating in 3-D archery and offers some insights about the latest developments at Mossy Oak, an iconic brand that has been leading the way in camouflage innovation and promoting the outdoor lifestyle for more than three decades.
“ We rarely get to fully control the environment around us. What we have much more control over is our attitude. So even when it’s tough, fix a smile and face up to the challenges in front of you.” Jake Meyer is a world-record breaking British mountaineer, adventurer and keynote speaker. Jake was only 14 when he set his sights on wanting to climb the ‘7 Summits’ –the highest mountain on each continent. At 6.30am on the 4th June 2005, aged only 21 and 135 days old, he reached the summit of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world and his 7th continental highpoint. At the time, he was the youngest Briton to climb Mt Everest, and the youngest man in the world to complete the 7 Summits. Not content with just the 7 Summits, he also led a team which broke the record for the fastest ascent of the highest mountain in each of the 48 states in the contiguous USA. This culminated in 48 mountains, 350 miles of trekking, 100,000ft of climbing and 15,000 miles of driving in 23 days, 19 hours and 31 minutes. Since 2008 Jake has been focusing on trying to climb K2 in Pakistan, the second highest mountain in the world and arguably the most difficult and dangerous in the world with a 1 in 5 death to summit ratio. He made attempts in 2009 and 2016, but on both occasions he was forced to turn back on his summit attempt, mere hours from his goal. Undeterred, in 2018 he returned for a third time, and on the 21st July 2018 he finally stood on the summit of K2. In doing so he joined an extremely small group of some of the world’s best climbers to have done the same –fewer than 400 people who have stood on the top of K2 (more people have been into space) and 85 have died trying. Jake’s 10 year odyssey shows that perseverance can truly pay off. He is leadership Development Consultant for the Inspirational Development Group (IDG) who work to transform the behaviour of individuals and teams to bring about sustained change within organisations. His charity work includes support for – walking with the wounded, help for heroes, the princes trust and the make a wish foundation. He is also a current serving army reserve officer with the Royal Wessex Yeomanry which has included an operational of Afghanistan. Learn more about Jake and his adventures, sponsors and charity work: www.jakemeyer.co.uk
Episode 102 - Jake Meyer, Creative Director and Owner at "I will design for food" in Atlanta GA.
The Quickie - Interviews for Graphic Designers
Today's guest is Jake Meyer, Creative Director and Owner at "I will design for food" in Atlanta GA. During this episode we talk about:-how Jake came up with the name for his studio.-the moment his design fire was lit.-the poster design he made in school that was such a hit that other people wanted to buy copies of it. -the project he is the most proud of and it involves stand up paddle boards!-what to do when you have a client that has horrible creative input or feedback. -Tiesto and Seadoo. @tiesto @brpseadoo you both need to give Jake a call. He will design for food. *not really, please pay them because their work is awesome. I had a lot of fun talking with Jake and hearing his story so far! Definitely check out his work and IG. @iwdff
In this episode of The Last Line, James talks to mountaineer Jake Meyer about his summit of K2 a year ago. K2 is often referred to as 'The Savage Mountain' as it is generally considered to be one of the most dangerous mountains to climb. It is the second highest behind Mount Everest and is the mountain with the highest fatality to summit rate, about one person dies for every four that reach the summit. Jake reached the summit last year after two unsuccessful attempts and he tells the story of the attempts and summits on the show.In 2005, at the age of 21, Jake became the youngest Briton to have ever summited Everest and also the youngest Briton and the youngest man in the world to complete The Seven Summits Challenge (climbing the highest mountains of each of the seven continents). He is also a member of the Army Reserves and has spent time serving in Afghanistan.If you have enjoyed the show then please join me on Instagram @jamesalbarn and Twitter @jamesalbarn, follow the podcast on Instagram @thelastlinepodcast and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thelastlinepodcast.You can donate to the show via Patreon at www.patreon.com/thelastline Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/The-Last-Line-1. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Succeeding in the face of Adversity with Jake Meyer
Speaking Business podcast
My guest this week is world record breaking mountaineer and adventurer, Jake Meyer In this episode we talk about being too cool for school, the dangers of getting out of the wrong side of the bed, embracing stress and the importance of choosing the right team mates when your life is in their hands. Bio Jake Meyer is an experienced public speaker whose incredible story of climbing Mt Everest aged only 21 is an inspirational tale of determination, tenacity and an unerring will to succeed. Jake was only 14 when he set his sights on wanting to climb the ‘7 Summits’ – the highest mountain on each continent. At 6.30am on the 4th June 2005, aged only 21 and 135 days old, he reached the summit of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world and his 7th continental highpoint. At the time, he was the youngest Briton to climb Mt Everest, and the youngest man in the world to complete the 7 Summits. Not content with just the 7 Summits, he also holds the record for the fastest ascent of the highest mountain in each of the 48 states in the contiguous USA. This culminated in 48 mountains, 350 miles of trekking, 100,000ft of climbing and 15,000 miles of driving in 23 days, 19 hours and 31 minutes. He has also made first ascents of mountains and routes in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, holds the record for the fastest ascent of the highest point in every county in England, and numerous expeditions to Africa and South America. In 2009 he spent 2 months in Pakistan on K2, the second highest mountain in the world and arguably the most difficult and dangerous (with a 1 in 4 death rate). He reached 7700m without oxygen before bad snow conditions forced a retreat to safety. Jake returned to K2 in 2016 as part of the first British Team to attempt the mountain in over a decade – which was described as ‘probably the strongest team on the mountain’. Again unfortunately, the summit wasn’t to be – during the summit attempt, a huge avalanche destroyed Camp 3 (7300m), calling a halt to all climbing for that season. Jake will be returning to K2 in summer 2018. In 2010 Jake Meyer joined the Inspirational Development Group as a consultant. IDG offers first-class training designed to transform the behaviour of individuals and teams, and lead to sustainable change within an organisation. They offer a range of bespoke Leadership Development programmes focussing on the interlocking areas of Leadership, Followership and Partnership, to produce accomplished leaders who are also effective followers and highly skilled team players. He was an ambassador to the Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards Scheme, and regularly presented the Gold awards at St James’s Palace, and has worked closely with a number of charities including Walking With The Wounded, Help for Heroes, The Prince’s Trust, the Prince’s Teaching Institute, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the CAIRN Trust. Jake is also a commissioned officer in the Army Reserve, and in 2012 spent 6.5 months in Afghanistan as a Battlegroup Influence and Consequence Management Officer. Jake Meyer is available as a thought-provoking, inspirational and motivational speaker for events around the world. His presentation can be tailored specifically to the audience and to fulfil the aims and objectives of the client. He is comfortable providing focused and intimate discussion with small teams of Senior Executives or presenting to large audiences of 1800+. Recorded: 22nd November 2018 Links: More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here
Financial Crises, Politics, and Interest Groups with Jake Meyer
Economics Detective Radio
My guest today is Jake Meyer of California State University, Long Beach. We discuss Jake's work on the intersection of financial crises and politics. Jake's work explores important questions such as the interaction between interest group politics and financial and currency crises. A country's monetary authority needs to manage both the domestic labour market and the country's exchange rate, but particular interest groups tend to favour one over the other very strongly. If one of these interest groups becomes disproportionately influential in national politics, they can affect monetary policy in ways that lead to crises. For instance, if a group that cares about the domestic economy and not the exchange rate takes power, they can push the monetary authority into causing an exchange rate crisis. If a group that cares exclusively about the exchange rate takes power, they can push the monetary authority to ignore the domestic economy to the point that it causes a banking crisis. Jake's work also looks at the way countries learn in the wake of financial crises. He looks at the change in the growth rate of credit before and after a crisis, and he finds that things like the number of veto players and the independence of the central bank impact this change. Check out Jake's Quora account, where he answers many questions related to economics.