Studies suggest that upwards of 95-98% of the world’s population eats meat. But increasingly, our connection with not only our food but the planet that provides it seems to be on the decline. Personally, it wasn’t until the last several years that I began to bridge the gap between the food on my plate and where it actually resides.
Today, my guest is none other than Steven Rinella, AKA MeatEater. We talk about so much during our conversation from the importance of connecting with nature and wildlife, how to instill a sense of love and appreciation for both in our children, the almost unexplainable power of “venison diplomacy,” our interconnectedness with the earth, and what she provides, and our counterintuitive non-adversarial relationship to the animals that sustain our way of life.
“I can’t get comfortable in life without knowing an adventure is coming that I’m a little nervous about.” Tweet That— Steven Rinella
My guest today is none other than Mr. Steven Rinella. Most of you are probably familiar with him via his Netflix show, MeatEater. But if you’re not, Steven is an outdoorsman, conservationist, writer, TV personality, and author of his latest New York Times Bestselling book, The MeatEater Guide to Wilderness Skills and Survival.
Steven has arguably done more to connect people to the great outdoors than any other person on the planet. He got his start as a journalist writing about the joys and benefits of connecting with nature and has since become an extremely popular hunter and conservationist.
Gents, I think you’re really going to enjoy this one and it’s my hope that it inspires you to get outside and share the love of nature with future generations.
“You can claim a level of broad-expertise when you know how to translate what you’re seeing other people do.” Tweet That— Steven Rinella
- Generational hunting
- Appreciating nature
- The outdoor mindset
- Being self-sufficient
- Slaying dragons
- Preparing for adventure
- Hacking it out
- Living the pipe dream
- A cascade of events
- Catching a break
- A sense of humanity
- Improving yourself
“When someone isn’t able to make the jump to become a team member and pull their own weight, there is a certain tendency to ostracize that individual.” Tweet That— Steven Rinella
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