Hey girls and boys, ladies and gents. In 4 years of doing the podcast I have met some amazing hunters. Some truly talented and driven individuals. Today I sit down with what I would consider the best of the best. Today’s podcast is with a group of guys that I personally look up to and push me to be better, and more driven. These guys are all some of my best friends and yet have very different styles and approaches, yet that is precisely what makes this round table so amazing. That and the combined ego at this table is absolutely zero. When I first posed this concept to the guys they all had their reservations and none of them really knew each other other than through myself. I couldn’t be happier with how the discussion turned out and just as I predicted everyone melded together really well. My goal is to make this a regular staple on the podcast and get this group of killers together once a month or so for an epic round table discussion, but also to answer listener questions. If you guys have topics or questions for the group, please email email@example.com or send a direct message to the podcasts Instagram @therichoutdoorspodcast.
Without further ado, I bring you one of the most solid group of guys assembled on a podcast.
Oh, and a big congratulations to Ben and his wife, since the time of this recording, they had their new baby boy, congrats you guys!
Introduction – 06:33
The Meaning of “Hunting as a Lifestyle”- 12:00
Your Competitive Edge – Mental & Physical Toughness – 18:09
Ben’s Story on Frustration & Mental Endurance – 23:40
The Devil & Angel on Your Shoulders – 29:14
Defining Your Style & Finding What Works – 41:25
Ben Tells a Relative Story – 42:10
A Piece of Advice from Each – 53:48
Closing Comments to the Listeners – 64:05
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