"Any time I find myself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect." — Cody Rich
Cody Rich has made a name for himself in the hunting industry. He’s got a great podcast, The Rich Outdoors, which you’ll hear us talk about. And many of you are probably here because you already know that.
But that’s Cody’s story as it exist today. I want to tell you Cody’s story from before. The part where he actually broke his neck in a freak accident, and was lucky to survive. Despite being told he’d never walk again, Cody didn’t give up. And we're going to tackle that story.
This show is crazy. We're not even doing show notes because it's too much to even try to document. You just gotta experience it. I promise you'll walk away inspired and motivated.
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It’s that time of year where we are looking for a fresh start or a continuation of forward momentum. This is a great time to set your targets for the year ahead. Many of us have our eyes set on the outdoors. Whether you want to set your focus on better target practice, more hiking trails, more days casting that line or more time in the tree stand, here are four tips that can help you achieve your best year in the outdoors.