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The Sportsmen’s Nation is a collection of outdoor hunting podcasts dedicated to the big game hunter. These podcasts cover hunting strategy, hunting gear, and hunting stories of big game species in North America. Topics include elk hunting, mule deer hunting, antelope hunting, and all things western big game. Podcasts include: Transition Wild, Sahn Outdoors, and Backcountry Rookies
 
A podcast (and subscription newsletter) on the strategies of China / Asia companies​. Asia Tech Strategy offers: -Deeper insights into the strategies of the tech giants of China / Asia. I help analysts see around the corner - both with tech giants and rising companies.​ -See the big picture. Get a better understanding of Asia's digital ecosystem. What are the important tech themes? What will the future look like? Where to hunt for opportunities?​ -A unique view from on the ground of digital ...
 
Welcome to Anatomy of a Strategy! Recorded in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, hosted by Tara Hunt, a 20-year digital marketing veteran and CEO of Truly, and Stefani Forster, journalist, content strategist, and Creative Director of Truly. (Previously co-hosted by Carlos Pacheco) AOAS is a marketing podcast that explores the hidden psychology and behaviors that drive marketing strategies. It’s not about marketing per se. We don’t celebrate and rehash case studies as much as dissecting the culture in ...
 
# The Job Search Podcast ## Expert Resume Writing, Job Search Strategy, and Career Advice for Executive Job Seekers and More ## with Your Host, Amy L. Adler Amy L. Adler, MBA and Certified Master Resume Writer, challenges what you think you know about executive job search. Thinking about making a career move? Listen to The Job Search Podcast first. ## Learn How to Do Job Search Right Each episode focuses on a specific job search topic, such as: * How to write a resume for a new job search * ...
 
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On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with Brian Lynn of the Sportsmen's Alliance about a recent bear hunt ban and the motivation of anti-hunting. Brian explains how the bear ban came in to existence with anti-hunting groups ignoring fact and reason and selling emotion to get a rally from Washington state voters. Brian also expla…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with Casey VanDerGraaf of PRIME about their new Inline Cam System. Casey explains how the idea was born and how his head almost exploded when the engineering team brought this idea to the table. Casey talks about how this is a more effective and efficient design that will replace the current 4 …
 
This week’s podcast is about ANE Logistics, which is a compelling business model for digitizing and consolidating less than truckload logistics in China. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes and Google Podcasts. Here is my new book (released December 1): Moats and Marathons (Part 1): How to Build and Measure Competitive Advantage in Dig…
 
Joining Marcus this week from Roam Free Bison Ranch are Jon Sepp and Brittany Masters. Jon and Brittany are the owners of the first and only 2% Certified ranch. The group starts the conversation talking about their respective backgrounds and what brought them together on a ranch in Montana. From there they cover a variety of topics pertaining to th…
 
By request, Chris sits down with Donny Walston and Steve Burkholder for this prequel episode of the Big Country story. They discuss the life of one of the most controversial coonhounds of the 21st Century and give the whole story-no holds barred. -Where did Big Country come from -What influential breeders and hunters played the big role -The greate…
 
Chris StrahlIn just a few short years, design systems have been adopted by most digital organizations.These systems free designers from many mundane design-production details, letting them focus on the creative aspects of their work.To this point, content has been an afterthought in many of these systems. Chris Strahl sees that changing in the next…
 
This week Daniel Porter sits in as the guest host to turn the tables on Chad. Dan talks with Chad and CJ Steffen about the New Mexico Antelope tag that Chad drew and Dan gets all the details from the hunt. This was a lot of fun to record and it’s interesting to hear Chad's perspective of his own hunt. Enjoy the show! BACKCOUNTRY ROOKIES Website - h…
 
Grab your pens and paper, because you are getting ready to learn on this podcast with Dr. Marcus Lashley. We take a deep dive into the production, selection preferences of red versus white oaks, and forage habitats of whitetail deer regarding mast production. Just like most things in life, once you learn a little, you are left with more questions v…
 
After enjoying the conversation on the other podcast this week with Dr. Marcus Lashley so much, we felt it was best to further unpack why this information is significant and how it can be applied to your land. With every guest and topic, we do, this is the question we want to address and answer as plainly as possible. So Matt and Adam spend an hour…
 
The first of a three part series; the Houndsman XP Podcast dives deep into the criminal act of shooting a hunting dog. In Don’t Shoot My Dog; Part 1, Chris interviews a victim of a tragic event. Brad Hall was coonhunting with his father in a place they had hunted for years. That night became complete chaos as shots rang out in the night. Listeners …
 
This week’s podcast is Brazilian Stone Company (STNE), the Berkshire Hathaway-invested payment platform that has fallen in share price by +80%. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes and Google Podcasts. Here is my new book (released December 1): Moats and Marathons (Part 1): How to Build and Measure Competitive Advantage in Digital Busin…
 
It's always time to get to work improving habitat, even during the rut! On this week's podcast Matt and Adam discuss all the work they've been working on during October and November and also lay out the work for the coming weeks. From Food plot creation, timber thinning, invasive species control, and old field management we cover it all! Remember t…
 
One of our goals is to try and simplify the learning curve and process for landowners who are interested in getting the most out of their recreational land. Not everyone has the time or devote hours to learning about natural resource management. One simple phrase that we've put together is cut, burn, repeat! This is as simple as it gets and still w…
 
This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast Nate and Micah talk with Kelsie Wikoff, one of the 12 successful bear hunters in Missouri's first ever bear season and the first female hunter to harvest a bear in Missouri. Kelsie gets into what she thought when she found out she drew a tag, how they started scouting and preparing for the hunt, and t…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan is joined by the owner of Huntinggeardeals.com to talk about how you can take advantage of Black Friday sales. Camron Stover, and his company Hunting Gear Deals, collect sales and discount codes from several hunting and outdoor brands that help you find discounted gear all on their website. With this…
 
Chris is joined by the Gingerich Family on this episode of the Houndsman XP Podcast. Allen and his brother John extend an invitation to Chris and his brother Matt for a few days of hunting snowshoe hare with their gritty beagle pack in the crown jewel of eastern US hunting; the Upper Pennisula of Michigan. Recorded under the stars of “Pure Michigan…
 
Joining Marcus today on The Average Conservationist Podcast are Keaton Eckley and Nick Minden. Keaton and Nick are the co-founders of 2% Certified Fisherman's Brew Coffee. The group kicks things off talking about their respective upbringings and how the two of them were introduced to each other. Growing up in the Northwest, salmon fishing is almost…
 
On this week's “The Truth”, join Josh as he once again sits down with friend and regular contributor to the show, Mr Jed Finley. Josh and Jed, as per usual, touch on a myriad of topics that affect the hound hunting public and cover everything from big news to painful truths on this hard hitting Podcast. We guarantee you won’t want to miss this one!…
 
This week’s podcast is about how to assess specialty companies within enterprise software and services. And about Tuya, which an interesting example of a specialty B2B play. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes and Google Podcasts. Here is my new book (released December 1): Moats and Marathons (Part 1): How to Build and Measure Competit…
 
This week Chad talks with his good friend Jeromy Scoggin about his Arizona Cow Elk Hunt. Jeromy, his wife, and father had three cow tags in the same unit in Arizona. Jeromy talks about the hunt and spending time out with family. Cow hunts are often overlooked but this really highlights the hunt and the meat. This is a really cool Stories From the S…
 
Rachel LovingerMany content professionals were first introduced to the practice of content modeling by Rachel Lovinger's 2012 A List Apart article on the subject.Content modeling gives teams of authors, managers, designers, and programmers a shared understanding of a content ecosystem. Before they write a single sentence or line of code, teams alig…
 
We all start out with the best of intentions when it comes to the work we want to accomplish on a property. We create our own to - do lists while hunting but then sit an wonder where the time went and why only half the work got done. There are tons of tools available to help manage work, however we recommend using OnX Hunt! This tool now allows you…
 
Are there really secrets left in deer management? The answer is no, but we still have lots left to figure out. One aspect of deer management that seems to be forgotten is the idea of overall herd management. Hunters seem to divide the deer population into two segments and treat them separately despite them being the same animal. We can’t expect to …
 
Houndsman XP listeners will enjoy an in depth look at one of the leaders within our community; Mr. Alan Bridges of Athens, Georgia. Alan is a dedicated coonhunter, hunting a successful line of English Coonhounds at high levels in competition events. Alan serves as the President of the North Georgia Houndsmen Association. Alan and his family are als…
 
There are over 200,000 bear licenses sold in Pennsylvania annually, and 3,500-4,000 bears are killed every fall. With odds like this, how can there be people who have killed multiple Pennsylvania bears in their lifetime and others who never kill one? The answer is the same as the guys who consistently kill big bucks. Preseason homework needs to be …
 
In this week's recap episode Josh and Zane discuss the last few episodes of the Truth, as well as touch on some other topics relevant to today's houndsman. This week the guys sit down without Finley and tackle a few of the topics discussed in the last three weeks, as well hot button issues like Thyroid dogs, hunting regulations, and deer hunter/coo…
 
This week on the Average Conservationist Podcast, Marcus welcomes in Callum Brown. Callum is the President of 2% Certified Brown Dog Hosiery. As you may have guessed, we get to talk about all things socks. In recent years, as a way for people to show off their individuality, instead of shirts, ties or even hats, they have turned to socks. Callum an…
 
This week Chad talks with return guest Jason Holliday. You may remember Jason from previous shows where he talked about some of the struggles he had in previous years hunting in Colorado. This week he comes on the show to talk about new experiences while hunting and overcoming adversity. Jason is always a great guest who shares the good and the bad…
 
This week’s podcast is about Alibaba and Singles' Day. Just my thoughts on what really matters. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes and Google Podcasts. Here is my new book (released December 1): Moats and Marathons (Part 1): How to Build and Measure Competitive Advantage in Digital Businesses Kindle Edition My list of 7 things people …
 
How's your rutcation going? Do you look forward to the rut on your property or despise it? What does that say about your property and the management of the natural resources? We are here this week to break it down in detail as we compare and contrast two different farms and two different rut hunting experiences. Farms with highly managed habitat ca…
 
Even in great neighborhoods with a history of giant bucks can use a little work, and in many cases a lot of work! Aaron Woodward, a Land & Legacy client, with a farm in southeastern Kansas has been working to improve his farm for several years now. Back in 2019 Adam and Kyle visited his farm to help advise a plan to improve the habitat for deer, tu…
 
Join the Houndsman XP Team as they wade into this Point Blank. Josh, Lauren and Chris discuss the ridiculous conflict that exists between whitetail deer hunters and Houndsmen. Josh gets a new job. Chris shares his deer hunter anxiety theory. Lauren brings the chaos. This is an entertaining episode with the goal of bridging gaps in the hunting commu…
 
This week, Marcus is joined by Jarad Luchka. Jarad is the owner of 2% Certified Big Game Waterfowl, out of Rhode Island. Jarad starts the conversation talking about his growing up in the scouts and how that really shaped his love for the outdoors. From there the guys get into waterfowl hunting in the northeast and how it differs from some other par…
 
This week Josh is lucky enough to sit down at the PKC World Hunt with Mr John Strickland, and Mr Ashley Oxendine, owners of one of the most notorious dogs in coonhound history, Platinum Champion BIG COUNTRY! Josh sits down and talks with John and Ashley about everything Country! Is Big Country better than Bad Habit? Is Ashley ever going to take a v…
 
Are HallandAre Halland's "Core Model" has guided the work of content strategists, information architects, web marketers, and other digital professionals for more than 15 years.The model grew out of the need to align stakeholders around a practice that could balance user needs, business concerns, and content creation for websites.It has evolved into…
 
This week’s podcast is more about Snowflake, the “data ecosystem” company. And how multiple companies are competing to create the standards and architecture for cloud services. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes and Google Podcasts. Here is my new book (released December 1): Moats and Marathons (Part 1): How to Build and Measure Compe…
 
This week we share with you a story from a client named Patrick Stewart. His family owns property in Kentucky that they have been hunting and managing for years. With mild success over the course of ownership they new they wanted more and should be experiencing it. So, they called us and we got to work developing a plan. This podcast confirms the n…
 
This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast, the guys get to talk with Chris Irick, one of the five lucky hunters drawn in this year's elk lottery in Missouri. Chris is now the first hunter in Missouri elk season history to harvest a bull during bow season. He comes on with us to talk about his excitement getting drawn, what he did to prepare f…
 
On this weeks podcast we re-tell the story of a buck named Goofy. Adam was fortunate to harvest this buck with a bow on his second sit for Goofy. That was not by accident! The story takes some twists and turns, but follow along with us to learn about the game plan that was developed to intercept this unique mature buck. There is no surprise why he …
 
Jacob Koons and Brandon Auflik of Hyde Holler Kennel swept the 2021 UKC Hunting Beagle World Championship by bringing home the world champion and the reserve world champion awards. Listeners will get the full story about how they did it. Jacob and Brandon explain competition hunting with beagles, breeding winners and the value of team work. www.wal…
 
In this episode of The Truth on the Houndsman XP Podcast Network, Josh was able to catch up to the owners of the winningest dog of all time. Wes Hamilton, and Brett Meyers. While on location at the Woodshed Pro Classic the guys sit down and discuss topics such as Strike Points, barking dogs, mommas, being addicted to coon hunts, and their humble be…
 
To round out Conservation Month, Marcus welcomes in Keith Balfourd of the Wild Sheep Foundation. The guys kick things off talking about Keith's background and how he ended up making a career in the conservation world. From there, they take a deep dive into all things sheep and how the WSF is helping raise money to fund research, reintroduce new her…
 
This week Chad talks Shane Weigand of New Mexico Pack Burros. These guys continue their talk about Comet, the pack burro that Shane purchased early in the year. Shane documented the process of finding, purchasing, training, and hunting with Comet. This is a really cool story if you are interested in pack animals and how the process can work from st…
 
Bowhunting can be difficult, it's all about minimizing the risk of failure. However, even after a fatal shot is made, this does not mean you will recover the deer. Have you ever bumped a deer? What about lost blood along the trail? In this podcast, we discuss the ways we approach recovering an animal that ensures a calculated, slow, and, steady pac…
 
This is a loaded question! We do our best to unpack it this week during the podcast of where to buy hunting property. As with any big decision in life, there are certain pros and cons that should be weighed out. This decision to look for recreational property in a proven big buck-killing neighborhood or to buy in an unknown area is a highly debated…
 
This week’s podcast is about Snowflake, the "data ecosystem" company. It is one of the most compelling digital business models out there. It is one of the few companies that could become the next Google or Microsoft. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes and Google Podcasts. Here is my new book (released December 1): Moats and Marathons …
 
Alex Krstic joins Houndsman XP Podcast for another in depth and entertaining episode. Alex is a professional nuisance wildlife control specialist, Xtreme Performance hunter of Australian bush critters and expert breeder and trainer of the most intense hunting dog God ever put on the earth; the Jagdterrier. Listeners will get an in depth discussion …
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is joined by the founder and owner Trips 4 Trade, Slade Johnston, to discuss an alternate way of gaining access to bucket list hunts. Slade explains that trading hunts is not necessarily a new idea, but organizing them under one website is. Slade talks about the process of signing up for a membersh…
 
In this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett discusses clothing. Instead of talking about layering philosophy or how to stay warm on stand, Garrett goes into more detail about very specific garments that he's been using new in 2021. These reviews include likes, dislikes, and the best times and areas for application. Clothing discussed in t…
 
As Conservation month rolls on, this week, Marcus welcomes in White Fosburgh. Whit is the President and CEO of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership. The guys cover a variety of topics in the field of conservation including how the landscape has changed over the last decade as well as where things are heading in the future. Growing up in …
 
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