Working as a Whitewater Guide and Swiftwater Rescue Instructor for the U.S. Military, my job was to "take them out safely, and bring 'em back happy." Whether that was rafting Class IV rapids, rappelling off cliffs, or hiking back into hidden canyons of the desert southwest.
Over and over I saw the impact of those adventures on my teams. Taking risks, being challenged, stepping outside their comfort zones and learning who they really were. What they were truly capable of. Gaining the confidence that comes of knowing themselves and what they could accomplish.
All from simply spending time outdoors, pushing their limits and exploring new challenges.
Fast forward and now my job is making those same 'adventure experiences' accessible to you. All the fun, the exhilaration, the lessons learned. Whether it's hanging off cliffs taking photos or giving talks on navigating risk and challenge in people's lives, I'm bringing the benefits and excitement of those experiences to you
Let's face it, we're all better when facing challenges. We crave action and adventure in our stories. We only grow and learn when we step out of our comfort zones.
I think you and I are actually wired for adventure.
But what happens when a culture of comfort and safety starts to take that away? Boredom? Depression? Worse..?
What if we step back from our carefully crafted, potentially boring lives and start truly living again. Playing rough. Having fun. Getting dirty and standing maybe a little too close to the edge. Let's go outside and start investing in our health, wellness, and how to be better friends, family, co-workers and leaders.
I can help. My name's Eric and adventure is my brand. Lets connect and talk about 'adventuring up' your everyday life, putting together a blueprint for managing fear and dealing with anxiety. Finding ways to make you a better spouse, parent, team lead, co-worker, etc...
Tips and tricks for dealing with fear, disruption, and tons more!
Devotional books full of fun, with just a hint of danger.
We love cookbooks with photos. Why not exciting adventure images too?