Cameron Mattis is the head of sales and account management at Teachable. An ed-tech and online education expert, he's helped thousands of people and businesses create their first successful online courses.
Get a free month trial with Teachable with this link
For more information check out www.pathhunters.com
All you path hunters out there lately I've discovered a new company that allows you to listen to unlimited audiobooks for $8.99 a month as I found audible to be a pain because you're paying $15 for only 1 book or if you return it.
Currently, on the trial version, I had to share this link
Where you get can get a 2 month trial for free instead of 30 days! (and I get 1 month on my end)
I don't make a commission or anything I thought I'd like to share the love.
One book that I recently completed was Starting with Why by Simon Sinek. One amazing book that I recommend the most and I dive into the episode more about that!
This week's episode is a bit different today, I wanted to jump onto this week and inspire some of you and experiment as well on my new zoom h1 recorder.
Mobile podcast recording will allow me to share my thoughts as I'm being inspired throughout the day, and that way I can share with you and bring you on the journey as well.
I have a few ideas for the future with this, and it's to bring you along the day to recording what my day is looking like.
Maximizing the full day.
a few other ideas as well.
Check out more podcast episodes at
Traver Boehm is the author of Today I Rise, a TEDx speaker and men’s coach, currently practicing intentional nomadism. He is the founder of the Man Uncivilized Movement redefining the way around the globe experience their masculinity by uniquely blending both the Primal Masculine with the Divine.
Topics Traver and I spoke about are:
Check out the rest of the episode at
The first quarter of 2018 is done, and I had some time to think about what has happened so far up until now. Digressing everything about what the plan is, and where I'm heading to next.
How real does it get from here on out, and how much more can I give, and touching base on the roots of why I do what I do.
It's a constant reminder to humble myself on top of being confident to take my life into my own hands.
Check out more at www.pathhunters.com