66: Hiking My Feelings
Sydney is many things: woman, diabetic, adventure athlete, happy wife, storyteller, improv student, recovering marketer, occasional yogi, and aspiring photographer. And... she’s a survivor.
“Hiking My Feelings” is how Sydney adjusted her coping mechanisms after being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in September 2017. After realizing her choices had contributed to the diagnosis, she realized she could change those choices. Historically, she had soothed and celebrated with food and alcohol.After a training hike for the TCT, she realized instead of eating or drinking her feelings, she had been hiking her feelings.
65: Roll With The Changes
Guest Amy Lisewski is back! In this episode Travis, Pete and Amy talk about the importance of being open to saying yes to the many opportunities in life.
64: Let it Go
Travis and Pete discuss the importance of letting things go, both literally and figuratively, as they discuss the potential burden of what holding on to things can create.
63: Gratitude Schmatitude
Producer Danielle is back to fill Travis' spot. In this episode we talk all about leaving the frustrations of life behind, and adopting an attitude of gratitude instead.
Travis leads us down memory lane with what R-E-S-P-E-C-T means to him. Pete shares his now clearer understanding of how practicing "the pause" can allow others to gain a higher respect.
61: DAP Into
Welcome to DAP Into! An episode where the "T" of "TAP Into" is absent! That's right, Travis is out of the studio, so Producer Danielle joins Pete for this episode. In today's episode, we talk all about life's obstacles, current frustrations, and how we (attempt to) manage them on a daily basis.
60: Full Focus
Special guest, Kelly Haag doesn't always focus on herself. Tune in to find out what tool she shares with Travis and Pete to refocus her energy from what she can't control to what she can.
59: A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action
Obtaining the life you want takes much more than just words. Just like any desire, you've got to do the work and take the action, even it it's one little step at a time!
58: The Good Ol' Days
What are the "Good Ol' Days" and what can we learn from them that can be applied to the present and future? Let's find out!