Josh sits down with Discover Outdoors founder Kirk Reynolds. Discover Outdoors is a travel company that specializes in taking people from the New York City area out of the comfort zone and plunges them into adventure, excitement, and new wonderful experiences that many city dwellers never known. Over a decade ago, Kirk Reynolds made the choice to move from his home in Missouri to New York City. By scratching an itch and moving to NYC the seeds of Discover Outdoors were sown, and he soon after began to build his dream. In this episode of the ReddyYeti Podcast Kirk talks us through how he made the transition to stumbling upon the idea for Discover Outdoors, What it’s like to literally live the dream, and more about the bridge between adventure travel and giving back through the nonprofit side of his business, Discover Outdoors Foundation.
Josh sits down with ReddyYeti co-founder Drew Pfundstein. We’re back and we’re feeling chatty! In this weeks episode of the ReddyYeti Podcast Josh and Drew discuss our BIGGEST dollar amount giveaway yet, the ReddyYeti Corporate Membership, and the Reddyyeti co-founders jump into the hot seat to talk about fears and hopes for ReddyYeti.
Josh sits down with adventure lifestyle photographer Quin Schrock. If you could follow your passion and get paid for it, would you? For Quin Schrock aka instagram’s @everchanginghorizon all it took was a deep breath and a one way ticket to Peru to start his trek down the meandering path of an adventure/lifestyle photographer. Quin dodged a life behind a desk and opted for adventure. In this episode we have the pleasure of listening to Quin’s personal journey of following his passion, some of his favorite moments from his travels, and a few tips about getting started with photography and diving head first into instagram.
Josh sits down with Bulletprufe Denim founder Will Fisher. Throughout the history of invention and production there is one factor that remains consistent throughout. Most great ideas are born through necessity or road blocks and Bulletprufe Denim is no different. Will Fisher made his first pair of Bulletprufe Denim in a search to find a pair of trousers that would hold up even after taking the heartiest of beatings. It wasn’t until he was churning out 25 pairs of Bulletprufe Denim that he even considered taking it to market. Join us in our 45th episode of the ReddyYeti podcast as Will enthralls us with a quick history lesson, how Bulletprufe Denim came to be, and where it’s headed.