I went on my first hunt just last year and I can tell you that it was one of the most rewarding experiences I’ve ever had. I have another trip planned in a couple weeks and I already know it’s going to push me and expand me in new ways as a man.
Although I wouldn’t call myself a hunter just yet, I am learning and inspired by men like my friend and guest today, Adam Greentree. He’s been hunting in Australia for most of his life and I really wanted to get his perspective because it’s one we just don’t hear a lot. Today, we talk about why adventure is so important in the lives of men, developing an open mind to new ideas and experiences, knowing what battles to fight and when to make a stand, and how hunting can make you a better man.
“20 years of being a hardcore bowhunter and I still haven’t mastered it.” Tweet That— Adam Greentree
Gentlemen, today I have the honor of introducing you to my friend, Mr. Adam Greentree.
Adam is an avid bowhunter from Australia, he’s the host of the Bowhunter’s Life Podcast, and is someone I admire and respect for his dedication to his craft and his quest for mastery when it comes to all things bowhunting.
I’ve learned so much from this guy in such a short period of time and he’s inspired me to live a life of more adventure and to pick up a bow and see what the fuss is all about for myself.
I’m also blown away with his hunting schedule. The amount of hunts this guy participates in is unreal. And, how he does it and the adventures he takes part of will definitely inspire you to tap back into your primal roots.
“Nothing is a given, and that’s what I really love about bowhunting.” Tweet That— Adam Greentree
- How hunting makes you a better man
- The value of hunting on the pursuit of mastery
- How to overcome challenges, obstacles, hurdles
- Why adventure is so important in the lives of men
- Developing an open mind to new ideas and experiences
- How hunting helped Adam create a “new awakening” for himself
- Knowing what battles to fight and when to make a stand
- The conservation efforts lead by hunters
- The critical importance of providing for your family
- How hunting can make you more passionate and appreciative of life
- Dealing with hate and criticism
“I hate failing but I love failing in something because it keeps me going at it.” Tweet That— Adam Greentree
Gentlemen, five more spots remaining for our 3rd annual Uprising event held on May 3rd-6th, 2018. We just locked in a Navy SEAL to teach us some basic firearms training, we’ve got some incredible instructors to teach us mixed martial arts, two experts on the subject of survival training and so much more.
If you’re a man and you’re ready to take your life to the next level, that is exactly what we’re doing over a period of 3 1/2 days in the mountains of southern Utah.
We’ve got physical challenges, mental challenges, emotional challenges all designed to give you a new benchmark for the way in which you operate in your life. You’re going to walk away with some new perspectives to accelerate your growth, some new friends to keep you accountable, and some experiences that you’ll never forget.
Again, we’ve only got 5 spots left so register quickly at www.orderofman.com/uprising.
“I hate the idea that there’s a whole bunch of people who don’t know how good the experience [of bowhunting] is.” Tweet That— Adam Greentree
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“Being a hunter has made me more passionate about animals, and more passionate about being humane, and more aware of where our meat comes from.” Tweet That— Adam Greentree