To all of the listeners of the show we are incredibly grateful you have listened to The Confessional Series. Unfortunately, at this time I have come to the conclusion that to take it to the next level I will have to have a source of income so the show can support itself and grow. With a podcast there are a few ways to do that one being to take on sponsors and advertisers and the other is to charge for it. I would prefer not to take on sponsors for this series as it may hinder the content or opinions able to be expressed on the show. Therefore, it leaves me with only the option of charging for the show. I would live to provide better giveaways and fan experiences for the listeners of this show and unfortunately that will require money. I hope you understand why this decision has been made. If you have any questions or comments, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Evan Williams joins the show to talk about the new Hoyt REDWRX, his public land archery deer hunt and fitness in hunting.
Aron and I talk about some of our favorite companies to deal with and announce a new Hunting Buddies photo contest.
That one time I almost did and episode by myself. In this episode we talk a lot about getting new people interested in hunting. If you have any ideas send them our way.
What would you do if someone broke into your home? Do you know what you are legally allowed to do? Do you have a plan? Options? In this episode we sit down with Chris Fry of MDTS Training to talk about self defense and also how often the ego can get in the way of our training.
It started before my time. the slow downfall and the quiet demise of the act of giving a sh*t.
In this episode we talk with owner and head coach John Bartholomeo of Crossfit Mohawk Valley and how he grew his busniess from 5 members in his garage to a giant facility with over 200 members.
We sit down with Chef and co-owner of Utica Bread and Tailor and the Cook Tim Hardiman to talk about food, passion for you work and what influences creativity.
Recently my friend Ian Phillips and I decided to fulfill a dream he has had since he was a teenager. To complete the Adirondack Classic 90 mile canoe race. In this episode we recap the race and all the wrong turns and poor planning along the way.
In this episode Phil Baribeau comes on the show to talk about the new film he directs Charged. Charged is the story of a Eduardo Garcia who with 2400 volts of electricity, lost an arm, ribs, muscle mass and nearly his life, but more importnant than what he lost is what he fuond.