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In-depth interviews with some of the most interesting people in the adventure sports industry.

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In-depth interviews with some of the most interesting people in the adventure sports industry.

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Brett Buckles Podcast

By Big Al Brewington - May 24 2019
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This conversation was incredibly powerful and moving for me. I fell off a cliff rock climbing. It took 10 screws and a plate to put the arm back together. Since I didn’t have insurance at the time they didn’t check my head much. Still dealing with PTSD and memory issues.

new to Lynsey

By NanaJersey - Feb 27 2019
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Ran across her podcast quite by accident and thoroughy enjoyed. Will now go thru them all.

iTunes Ratings

153 Ratings
Average Ratings
139
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Brett Buckles Podcast

By Big Al Brewington - May 24 2019
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This conversation was incredibly powerful and moving for me. I fell off a cliff rock climbing. It took 10 screws and a plate to put the arm back together. Since I didn’t have insurance at the time they didn’t check my head much. Still dealing with PTSD and memory issues.

new to Lynsey

By NanaJersey - Feb 27 2019
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Ran across her podcast quite by accident and thoroughy enjoyed. Will now go thru them all.
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Showing UP with Lynsey Dyer

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In-depth interviews with some of the most interesting people in the adventure sports industry.

Rank #1: Sport As Art - My Interview on the Rich Roll Podcast

Oct 02 2019

1hr 50mins

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Rank #2: Phakchok Rinpoche: The path to becoming 'Radically Happy'

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Are you happy? For many of us, this question is difficult to answer, and often leads to feelings of uncertainty, guilt, and frustration. But for our guest, Phakchok Rinpoche, answering "yes" and truly feeling happy is much simpler than you might imagine. Ordained by the Dalai Lama at a young age and believed to be the latest incarnation in a lineage of spiritual beings, Rinpoche is one of the most respected and well known Buddhist leaders in the world today.

To kick off this new season of the podcast, we talk to Rinpoche and Erric Solomon, the co-author of his book Radically Happy: A User's Guide to the Mind. They discuss techniques for incorporating mindfulness practices into everyday life, why you should be like a lion instead of a dog, and how to avoid comparing yourself with others. With a busy travel schedule and a family of his own, Rinpoche understands the struggle for harmony and happiness in everyday life far more than it may seem from the outside. In this conversation, we go deep into the psychology behind happiness, and learn ways to welcome it into our lives instead of pushing it away. 

Dec 17 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #3: REPLAY - Episode 1: Alex Honnold: The Story Behind the Free Solo Film

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Lynsey Dyer sits down with Alex Honnold, the iconic free-solo climber.

Sep 23 2018

1hr 6mins

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Rank #4: Leanne Pelosi: snowboarder and filmmaker

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Lynsey Dyer sat down with snowboarder and filmmaker Leanne Pelosi at the Revelstoke Send It event last January to talk about Leanne’s rocky path to becoming a professional snowboarder, how she learned on the job to produce and direct films during the golden age of female snowboarder filmmaking, and what she thinks about Instagram influencers taking endorsements that used to go to professional athletes. 

Jan 01 2020

1hr 16mins

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Rank #5: Episode 9: Co-founder of the Boulder Adventure Lodge - Asa Firestone

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An avid rock climber and entrepreneur based in Boulder, Colorado, Asa often describes himself as a washed up explorer turned hotelier. He co-founded of the Boulder Adventure Lodge (A-Lodge) and also co-founded several successful non-profit organizations focused on introducing the outdoors to at-risk youth; Climb for Colorado, Adventure Forward, and the Centro de Escalada Urbana. Asa was a National Geographic Young Explorer for his first ascent big wall expedition in the Venezuelan Amazon in 2008.

Jun 04 2018

41mins

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Rank #6: Episode 10: The role of civil society in protecting displaced populations - Beth Ferris

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Beth is a lifelong humanitarian and is a senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. In addition Beth is an adjunct associate professor in Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. She is also a commissioner of the Women's Refugee Commission. I’m big mountain skier and adventurer Lynsey dyer and this is the showing up podcast. I started these conversations to reconnect with real humans again in the spirit of progress over perfection and to inspire the unicorn in you to show up for yourself, confront the unknown, and expand into flow. I had the chance to sit down with Beth in Telluride at the Mountain Film Festival. Our conversations ranges from her start in Humanitarian work to Environmental Disasters which displace people all over the world. From Draught to Sea levels rising and their impacts on communities, Beth is on the forefront of trying to get Government agencies to be prepared for these disasters and finding future solutions. I am honored to have gotten to sit down her and truly inspired. I hope you enjoy as much as I did!

Jul 02 2018

52mins

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Rank #7: Ep. 13: Making an all female Big Wave Surf Film - Sachi Cunningham

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Sachi Cunningham is a documentary filmmaker and Professor of Multimedia Journalism at San Francisco State University. Her award winning stories have screened at festivals worldwide, and on outlets including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, PBS FRONTLINE, FRONTLINE/World and the Discovery Channel. The Emmys, Webbys, and Pictures of the Year International have honored Cunningham's work. A graduate of UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism and Brown University, Cunningham's documentaries focus on international conflict, the arts, disability, and the ocean environment. On land she has turned her lens everywhere from the first presidential election in Afghanistan, to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. In the water, she has swum with her camera alongside everything from 350-pound blue fin tuna to big wave surfers, to Olympian, Michael Phelps. Once an assistant to actress Demi Moore and Director/Producer/Writer Barry Levinson, Cunningham brings a decade of experience in feature films and commercial productions in New York, Hollywood and Tokyo to her career in journalism and filmmaking.

Aug 13 2018

1hr 9mins

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Rank #8: Ep. 12: Progressing the sport of Big Wave Surfing - Keala Kennelly

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Keala Kennelly is a professional surfer, DJ, and actress from Kauai, Hawaii. After spending a decade ranked in the top 10 of the ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), Kennelly took a break from the tour in 2007 to explore her passions for acting and music. She now continues her surfing career by progressing the sport of female Big Wave surfing.In this conversation we discuss what it is like riding giants like Teahupoo as well as her journey progressing the sport of female big wave surfing. I grabbed Keala at a recent event in Hawaii when she was with Sachi Cunningham promoting and fundraising for a new film they are working on together.

Jul 30 2018

35mins

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Rank #9: Ep. 11: Finding Common Ground - James Q Martin

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James Q Martin is photography and filmmaker. Q is dedicated to regional and international conservation and we stepped aside from a recent Protect Our Winters summit to chat. Q has worked with Brands such as Patagonia, Keen, REI, HBO and Editorial’s like Outside Magazine and Nat Geo Adventure. He hopes that through his art he will raise awareness for issues facing our communities worldwide, and unite people in taking steps to preserve and protect the special places on this planet for future generations. Q has traveled extensively throughout the American Southwest and to more than 30 countries, spanning six continents, documenting the stories of world-class athletes, artists, conservationists, filmmakers, and scientists who inspire him.

Jul 16 2018

27mins

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Rank #10: Finding your activist voice with Favianna Rodriguez

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Favianna Rodriguez is an artist and activist who’s work focuses on immigrants’ rights and gender equality.

Jan 14 2020

41mins

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Rank #11: Season 3 Trailer

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Dec 10 2019

2mins

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Rank #12: Ep. 14 - Starting a revolution within yourself -Breanne Butler - Co-FOUNDER OF THE Women's March

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Breanne is a chef in New York City, and the CEO of 'by Breanne', a fashion and food concept that specializes in candy jewelry. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Breanne received a scholarship to attend Macomb Culinary Institute during her senior year in high school, and graduated from the program at just 20 years old. She moved to New York City in 2011 and began working at the Michelin-starred Rouge Tomate, and became their Pastry Sous Chef 18 months later. She then became the Executive Pastry Chef at Facebook NY, becoming widely known in the company for her innovative and unique desserts. When Breanne isn’t in her kitchen, she loves to put stamps in her passport, traveling from South Africa to France to expand her food knowledge. She loves to advocate for women and diversity in the restaurant industry, and has mentored many cooks throughout their careers. She has been able to use her strength and experience in organizing kitchens to help organize almost 400 marches around the world.

Sep 26 2018

1hr 33mins

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Rank #13: Ep. 24 - One Crazy Idea and 2000 miles Later - Casey and Ryan Higginbotham

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What’s more is that they didn’t have a big corporate sponsor or even a crowdfunding page. A few companies helped them out, but it was a trip planned and funded by the brothers for their own reasons. We talk about what those are as well as what their day-job is like, being professional lifeguards. Oh, and we don’t gloss over the less-glamorous details of thousands of miles of self supported adventure. That includes how the brothers got along with each other, what happens when you break a board and what you do when nature calls when you’re sealed up tight in a wetsuit. By the way, I don’t mean having to take a whiz.

Aug 21 2019

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Rank #14: Ep. 23 - Kathie Chandler: An Intuitive’s Guide to Life

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Are we alone in life? Kathie Chandler says no, we have help guiding us through life. Kathie is a life coach, energy healer and intuitive. We talk about her approach to understand life and her approach to making big choices. She uses her understanding of the world to heal and to coach people through the challenges of life. Kathie dives into what’s going on when we second guess ourselves, and where those doubts are really coming from. We also talk about how to deal with this chaotic modern world we live in and trust me, you probably haven't heard this perspective before.

Jun 26 2019

1hr 25mins

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Rank #15: Ep. 22 - Brett Buckles: Competition and Recovery

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We talk through her early life including what brought her to competitive skiing. We also talk about her long road to recovery after that day in Tignes, France. While the conversation around athletes and brain trauma has become more visible, however women often get left out.Lynsey and Brett dive into that part of the conversation and Brett talks about what may have been the scariest question of all after her accident. Following months of pain and recovery, what was she going to do next?

May 23 2019

1hr 1min

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Adam Ticknor on tactical fitness and tips for staying strong into old age

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This is the first in a series of live episodes with Lynsey's trainer, Adam Ticknor. Adam is a former US Marine Scout sniper who now works as a survivalist expert, health and wellness coach, and teacher of nonverbal communication. In this episode, he talks about two areas of his expertise: survivalist skills and tactical health and fitness. He explains the importance of basic skills such as gardening and walking, and why learning a few practical survivalist tricks can make all the difference. He also talks about why certain foods are toxic to our bodies, the benefits of positive and negative motivation, and why community is vital to our happiness and longevity. Adam also shares some of his craziest adventure stories, like a first date he went on in Hawaii that almost got him killed, and the time he found himself wading through a river of dog poop while on a mission in the jungle during his military career. He also talks about one of his clients, who, at age 62, went from barely being able to walk, to deadlifting 145 pounds. 

Sep 02 2020

1hr 22mins

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Jenna Malone: from ski patroller to healthcare worker on the frontlines of the pandemic

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Jenna Malone is a ski patroller, teacher at the American Avalanche Institute, and healthcare worker who recently spent time caring for covid-19 patients in one of New York's hardest hit areas. This interview took place on Instagram Live just a few days after Jenna had returned to her home in Utah and was still in quarantine. She talks about what it was like to be on the frontlines of the pandemic before most of the country had experienced it firsthand, why she volunteered to go there in the first place, and what her daily routine was like while working in the ICU. She also explains why she feels uncomfortable with the outpouring of gratitude that has been directed towards healthcare workers since the start of the pandemic, and shares some of the emotional moments she had with her patients and their families. 

Jul 23 2020

55mins

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Yanira Castro of Outdoor Afro on black leadership in the outdoors

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Yanira Castro is the communications director of Outdoor Afro, an organization that celebrates and inspires black connections and leadership in nature. In this episode, Yanira talks about the hike that inspired her to leave her finance job and join Outdoor Afro, her life changing trip to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, why Harriet Tubman was exemplified outdoorsmanship, and why black leadership in the outdoor industry is so important. 

Jun 06 2020

35mins

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Kathie Chandler on reaching a higher frequency in these uneasy times

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Kathie Chandler, mystic and intuitive, returns to Showing Up for a special episode to address the fear many of us are struggling with in the current moment. She talks about the one thing on everyone’s mind, the coronavirus, and how we can turn away from fear and embrace our community and our highest frequencies. She also talks about why we’re attracted to bad energy and low frequencies, and how to separate ourselves from these tendencies. And just in case you’re feeling overwhelmed with the uncertainty and constraints of the moment, Kathie tells us why we’re actually entering a phase of incredible advancement and female leadership, and how men are an integral part in manifesting this shift.

Mar 27 2020

51mins

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Jonny Moseley on creating a meaningful career after Olympic gold

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Jonny Moseley is a former professional freestyle skier whose many accomplishments include winning a Gold Medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics. Since retiring from the sport, Jonny has gone on to be a successful TV host for shows like The Challenge and American Ninja Warrior. In this conversation, he talks about his transition from being a member of the US Ski Team and Olympian in his earlier career to the more challenging professional landscape of social media and brand sponsorships. He talks about meeting his wife Malia, and how she has become an essential partner both personally and professionally. He details how his work in recent years has changed from being comfortable but unchallenging, to being creative and self-driven. He also goes back to his disappointing fourth place finish at the 2002 Olympics which involved a controversial trick that nevertheless gained him widespread admiration in the athlete community. 

Mar 03 2020

1hr 25mins

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Finding your activist voice with Favianna Rodriguez

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Favianna Rodriguez is an artist and activist who’s work focuses on immigrants’ rights and gender equality.

Jan 14 2020

41mins

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Leanne Pelosi: snowboarder and filmmaker

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Lynsey Dyer sat down with snowboarder and filmmaker Leanne Pelosi at the Revelstoke Send It event last January to talk about Leanne’s rocky path to becoming a professional snowboarder, how she learned on the job to produce and direct films during the golden age of female snowboarder filmmaking, and what she thinks about Instagram influencers taking endorsements that used to go to professional athletes. 

Jan 01 2020

1hr 16mins

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Phakchok Rinpoche: The path to becoming 'Radically Happy'

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Are you happy? For many of us, this question is difficult to answer, and often leads to feelings of uncertainty, guilt, and frustration. But for our guest, Phakchok Rinpoche, answering "yes" and truly feeling happy is much simpler than you might imagine. Ordained by the Dalai Lama at a young age and believed to be the latest incarnation in a lineage of spiritual beings, Rinpoche is one of the most respected and well known Buddhist leaders in the world today.

To kick off this new season of the podcast, we talk to Rinpoche and Erric Solomon, the co-author of his book Radically Happy: A User's Guide to the Mind. They discuss techniques for incorporating mindfulness practices into everyday life, why you should be like a lion instead of a dog, and how to avoid comparing yourself with others. With a busy travel schedule and a family of his own, Rinpoche understands the struggle for harmony and happiness in everyday life far more than it may seem from the outside. In this conversation, we go deep into the psychology behind happiness, and learn ways to welcome it into our lives instead of pushing it away. 

Dec 17 2019

1hr 2mins

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Season 3 Trailer

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Dec 10 2019

2mins

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Sport As Art - My Interview on the Rich Roll Podcast

Oct 02 2019

1hr 50mins

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Ep. 24 - One Crazy Idea and 2000 miles Later - Casey and Ryan Higginbotham

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What’s more is that they didn’t have a big corporate sponsor or even a crowdfunding page. A few companies helped them out, but it was a trip planned and funded by the brothers for their own reasons. We talk about what those are as well as what their day-job is like, being professional lifeguards. Oh, and we don’t gloss over the less-glamorous details of thousands of miles of self supported adventure. That includes how the brothers got along with each other, what happens when you break a board and what you do when nature calls when you’re sealed up tight in a wetsuit. By the way, I don’t mean having to take a whiz.

Aug 21 2019

1hr

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Ep. 23 - Kathie Chandler: An Intuitive’s Guide to Life

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Are we alone in life? Kathie Chandler says no, we have help guiding us through life. Kathie is a life coach, energy healer and intuitive. We talk about her approach to understand life and her approach to making big choices. She uses her understanding of the world to heal and to coach people through the challenges of life. Kathie dives into what’s going on when we second guess ourselves, and where those doubts are really coming from. We also talk about how to deal with this chaotic modern world we live in and trust me, you probably haven't heard this perspective before.

Jun 26 2019

1hr 25mins

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Ep. 22 - Brett Buckles: Competition and Recovery

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We talk through her early life including what brought her to competitive skiing. We also talk about her long road to recovery after that day in Tignes, France. While the conversation around athletes and brain trauma has become more visible, however women often get left out.Lynsey and Brett dive into that part of the conversation and Brett talks about what may have been the scariest question of all after her accident. Following months of pain and recovery, what was she going to do next?

May 23 2019

1hr 1min

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Ep. 21 - Julian Carr - Fear is a given. (Part 2)

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Part 2 with Julian Carr.

Part 1 - https://bit.ly/2u0KmtO

We talk about his upbringing, how he came to the sport, his approach to skiing in general and how he goes about hitting the huge cliffs he’s known for. Just because a small cliff for him is around 50 feet, that doesn’t mean Julian loves being reckless. In fact, he has a very methodical, considered approach to skiing.

We talk about how that approach comes from parents who let him get bruised up from jumping off neighborhood roofs, and who also instilled in him a love of learning, poetry and the outdoors. It also comes from his own response to a serious injury.

I talk to Julian about how if events went a little differently, he could have become a snowboarder. We talk about his career, why and how he started Discrete and yes, we talk about how he thinks through jumping off big, big cliffs.

Mar 11 2019

51mins

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Ep. 20 - Julian Carr - Fear is a given. A careful approach to Risk.

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We talk about his upbringing, how he came to the sport, his approach to skiing in general and how he goes about hitting the huge cliffs he’s known for. Just because a small cliff for him is around 50 feet, that doesn’t mean Julian loves being reckless. In fact, he has a very methodical, considered approach to skiing.

We talk about how that approach comes from parents who let him get bruised up from jumping off neighborhood roofs, and who also instilled in him a love of learning, poetry and the outdoors. It also comes from his own response to a serious injury.

I talk to Julian about how if events went a little differently, he could have become a snowboarder. We talk about his career, why and how he started Discrete and yes, we talk about how he thinks through jumping off big, big cliffs.

Feb 09 2019

52mins

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Ep. 19 - Why "fighting" climate change isn't the answer - Paul Hawken

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Paul’s Book - Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming

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Jan 18 2019

51mins

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Ep. 18 - (Part 2) The Avalanche that changed his life - Cory Richards

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Part 1 - https://apple.co/2rX9Gjc

How Cory shows up? By letting his raw and self possessed life show in his work.

It’s impossible to talk about what Cory Richards has accomplished in his professional life without looking at what he’s gone through in his personal life. Cory found photography after surviving a painful relationship with his older brother and several attempts at clinical treatment. That early trauma both helped create the ferocity with which he tackled his later endeavors and also a jealousy that’s he’s learned to tame and channel.

We don’t just talk about Cory’s accomplishments, like being a National Geographic photographer and a North Face athlete, but what’s it’s like to have actually lived those experiences. That includes the nearly-fatal avalanche that was featured in the award-winning film Cold, which chronicled his team’s ascent of Pakistan’s Gasherbrum II. We also talk about how his iconic self portrait in the aftermath of that event caught him in a raw emotional state, and how he feels about one of his most well-known shots being of himself in the age of social media.

Cory has lived a rich life, not always pretty one, not always the perfectly manicured image of an outdoor profesional we are used to seeing plastered across the internet.

More than anything, we talk about what goes on in Cory’s head, including what it’s like to deal with trauma, both from his early childhood and his near death experience. We also touch on what it’s like to parse the idea of masculinity in the Me Too era and why, moments from death, what flashed through his mind wasn't his life, but thoughts of parking tickets and Cheerios.

https://coryrichards.com

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Dec 28 2018

44mins

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Ep. 18 - Pain, Healing & Instagram with Cory Richards (Part 1)

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How Cory shows up? By letting his raw and self possessed life show in his work.

It’s impossible to talk about what Cory Richards has accomplished in his professional life without looking at what he’s gone through in his personal life. Cory found photography after surviving a painful relationship with his older brother and several attempts at clinical treatment. That early trauma both helped create the ferocity with which he tackled his later endeavors and also a jealousy that’s he’s learned to tame and channel.

We don’t just talk about Cory’s accomplishments, like being a National Geographic photographer and a North Face athlete, but what’s it’s like to have actually lived those experiences. That includes the nearly-fatal avalanche that was featured in the award-winning film Cold, which chronicled his team’s ascent of Pakistan’s Gasherbrum II. We also talk about how his iconic self portrait in the aftermath of that event caught him in a raw emotional state, and how he feels about one of his most well-known shots being of himself in the age of social media.

Cory has lived a rich life, not always pretty one, not always the perfectly manicured image of an outdoor profesional we are used to seeing plastered across the internet.

More than anything, we talk about what goes on in Cory’s head, including what it’s like to deal with trauma, both from his early childhood and his near death experience. We also touch on what it’s like to parse the idea of masculinity in the Me Too era and why, moments from death, what flashed through his mind wasn't his life, but thoughts of parking tickets and Cheerios.

https://coryrichards.com

This episode is brought you by: https://wiivv.com

Dec 14 2018

55mins

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Ep. 17 - How to be Perfectly Present with Nat Geo Photographer Aaron Huey

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Aaron Huey is:

A National Geographic Photographer.

A Harper's Magazine Contributing Editor.

A Stanford d.School Ambassador.

A Wearer of Gold Shoes.

A Climber of Rocks.

A Father.

A Husband.

An Artist.

Aaron Huey is National Geographic photographer, a Stanford Media Designer, and Founder and Creative Director of Amplifier.org. As a photographer Huey has created over 30 stories for the National Geographic magazines. As the first Global Ambassador for Stanford's d.School, and as a Media Experiments Fellow there, Huey focused on experiments using the human centered design process in both the analog and digital world. His combination of art and storytelling as a tool for social change has resulted in the creation of the Pine Ridge Community Storytelling Project, The Sherpa Photo Fund, and the global art phenomenon called "We The People" with artist Shepard Fairey that appeared at Women's March Rallies around the world.

Aaron lives in Seattle with his wife Kristin, his son Hawkeye, and his dog Suki.

http://www.aaronhuey.com

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Dec 07 2018

54mins

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Ep. 16 - Hilaree Nelson - The most adventurous women in sports.

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She is the first woman to climb two 8,000m peaks in 24 hours (Everest and Lhotse). She’s also skied from the Himalayan summit of Cho Oyu in Tibet and climbed and skied several high peaks in Bolivia and Argentina. Elsewhere, Hilaree has cut turns on remote volcanoes in the Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia, Mongolia, Pakistan, Lebanon, as well as many first descents in the tight couloirs of Baffin Island.

Born and raised in the Northwest, Hilaree began skiing at age 3 at Stevens Pass in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State. Eventually she moved to the Chamonix Valley of France where she learned most of what she needed to know in order to take her skiing skills to the next level- ski mountaineering.

In addition to her work for The North Face, Hilaree is a mother to two young boys, and although they have changed her life dramatically, her passion for the mountains has not abated. She lives in Telluride, Colorado and finds her sanity in the beautiful San Juan Mountains.

Nov 06 2018

46mins

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Brett Buckles Podcast

By Big Al Brewington - May 24 2019
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This conversation was incredibly powerful and moving for me. I fell off a cliff rock climbing. It took 10 screws and a plate to put the arm back together. Since I didn’t have insurance at the time they didn’t check my head much. Still dealing with PTSD and memory issues.

new to Lynsey

By NanaJersey - Feb 27 2019
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Ran across her podcast quite by accident and thoroughy enjoyed. Will now go thru them all.