We’re finding interesting stories and people in conservation, fitness, music, food, hunting, humanity, fishing, entrepreneurship and the environment. While the topics always vary, these people have one thing in common: They’re ever restless. Never comfortable. They’re Restless Natives.
Sam Ayres, Podcaster, Marketer & Hunter
“I’m at a low point. I’m in a significant amount of pain with two torn knees; I had just spent six or eight months solely dedicated to this endeavor that effectively ended in abject misery.”— Sam Ayres
You may know today’s guest better by his social handle or his podcast name, “Living Country in the City.” That was how I got to know him. Today, those of you who know Sam will be surprised to get to know him on a much deeper level and to hear that his journey has been more than learning to hunt. He’s dealt with life changes, online harassment and bullying, and more. Yet, he’s persisted. Today he talks through going from Living Country in the City to his new show, The Wild Initiative. He’ll walk us through his move, what it’s like quitting your job with no income, and how he’s making it work with podcasting and by applying another skill.