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Wild Ideas Worth Living

High-impact interviews for those who love adventure and the outdoors. Host and Journalist Shelby Stanger interviews world-class explorers, athletes, authors, scientists, health experts, and entrepreneurs about how they’ve taken their own wild ideas and made them a reality, so you can too. Some of the wildest ideas can lead to the most rewarding adventures. Take a listen to start living more wildly today.
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Feb 22, 2017

Kate and Kim’s Wild Idea: To create an athletic company to empower women to cultivate their grit to find their grace. To make women feel good and safe while working out. And to create athletic clothes are are fashionable and effective.

Kimberly Caccavo and Kate Nowlan are the founders of activewear brand GracedByGrit. They started this business from scratch, and it has now become a successful company with a team of rocking women at the helm. They believe in a business with a mission, and are passionate about teaming up with causes they care about to raise both funds and awareness. It’s an inspiring conversation about starting a company, building an awesome team, and creating an exciting culture.

Listen to this episode if:

  • You’ve ever thought about starting your own company
  • You’re passionate about women led businesses
  • You are an active, athletic, fashionable woman
  • Giving back is important to you

For full show notes, including guest links and books mentioned during the episode, visit: http://wildideasworthliving.com/12

Feb 15, 2017

Alana Nichols’ Wild Idea: To become a world-class athlete despite any limits.

At 17, Alana was on her way to college on a softball scholarship when she attempted a flip snowboarding, and landed directly on a rock on her back. She suffered a spinal cord injury that left her paraplegic. Instead of giving up sports altogether, Alana transitioned to adaptive sports, quickly becoming a top Olympic competitor in skiing, wheelchair basketball and sprint kayaking. She has some crazy stories about falling, and about winning. She has most recently taken up surfing, and is one of a few females competing in adaptive surfing, and helping pave the way for more to come.

Listen to this episode if you:

- Want to get massively inspired.

- Love the Olympic Games and sports.

- Have ever felt like giving up on anything.

- Want to hear what it's like to be on shows like Conan O'Brien and compete in the Olympics.

For full show notes, including guest links and books mentioned during the episode, visit: http://wildideasworthliving.com/11

Feb 8, 2017

Jaimal Yogis’ Wild Idea: To run away from home as a teen and learn to surf in Hawaii. Then, join a Buddhist Monastery. Next, head to head to Columbia Journalism School and become an award-winning journalist, and then the award-winning author of Saltwater Buddah, the best seller The Fear Project (where Jaimal surfed Maverick’s), Turtles Don’t Surf (an illustrated kids books), and soon to be released book, All Waves Are Water, due out by Harper Wave this July of 2017.

As a teen, Jaimal ran away from home to Hawaii where he found surfing. He also learned to meditate. This path lead him to life as a journalist and writer. The author of the science-based book, The Fear Project and memoir Saltwater Buddah, Jaimal has a brand new book, All Waves are Water that talks about surfing, God, mindfulness and love. It’s an important read for the era and Jaimal gives us a sneak peek into the story.

Listen To This Episode If:

- You need a dose of mindfulness, or are curious about the practice.

- Love the ocean and/or surfing.

- Are curious about being a writer.

- Want to know how to scientifically conquer fear to do things like surf giant waves or commit to something big.

- Have ever read one of Jaimal’s books.

For full show notes, including guest links and books mentioned during the episode, visit: http://wildideasworthliving.com/10

Feb 1, 2017

Bethany Hamilton’s Wild Idea: Surfing giant waves, having a family, giving back to others, and living life to the fullest no matter what.

Bethany Hamilton is one of the most empowering surfers of all time. She's had many wild ideas, from continuing to surf despite losing her left arm, to surfing giant waves at Jaws in Maui last year, starting a non-profit to help others, having a baby, speaking in front of crowds of 20k plus, and now making a movie, Unstoppable. Because wild ideas require wild living, this interview was done from a cell phone on an island, so the sound is not perfect, but the message is still clear. Nothing gets in the away for Bethany in achieving her dreams.

Listen to this episode if you:

- Are a Bethany Hamilton fan.

- Are curious how long she can hold her breath.

- Want to know how Bethany juggles her schedule.

- Want to hear some of Bethany's tricks and tips to life and surfing.

For full show notes, including guest links and books mentioned during the episode, visit: http://wildideasworthliving.com/9

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