This week I’m joined by Coyote Collective Co-Founder and Brand Director Connor Koch. I became interested in Connor and his story because of the unbelievably beautiful pictures he posts on his social media, as well as the short documentary film he and his closest friends made called, A Study of Self: Methods and Madness.
To be honest, I didn’t know where this conversation was going to go or what I was going to ask. Unlike most of my other guests, there wasn’t very much out there on the intraweb to help me get ready for this interview, other than to know that Connor has a deep love for the outdoors and does an unbelievable job documenting his experiences exploring them. With that said… to say this conversation exceeded my highest expectations is an understatement.
Connor and I dive deep into what it is that motivates us and how our ego can compromise what, on the surface, can seem like a Nobel cause. Connor describes how a random act of kindness made him question his own priorities and motivations, a story that literally brought tears to my eyes. We also discuss the importance of mentors, of which Connor has had some amazing ones, including Erik Weihenmayer (the first blind person to climb Everest) and Dr. Paul Stultz. I truly enjoyed my conversation with Connor and believe this will be the first of many. Be sure to check out the below links to learn more about Connor and the work he and his team at Coyote Collective are doing.
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