“It’s better to sound intelligent, ambitious and capable than to sound available.”
John Prine released a new album and as usual, it comes with some life lessons. I talk through a few songs that stood out to me on the album, and apply some of these observations in a way you might not expect—career advice. Reflecting on Prine's lyrics, I'll answer a specific email from a listener, and talk through actual tactics you can apply today to build a career in the outdoors industry.
I'll also give you a single question you can ask yourself that will give you a new career trajectory. I promise you, it will change how you look at your daily routine. And I have two challenges for you at the end—so stick around.
I also dig into some great quick-hit questions from users, ranging from people who influenced me, a shift in outdoors media, high-farm fences, first-time hunters and much more.
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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.