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103: Whitewater Rafting and Taking the Good Out of Life

103: Whitewater Rafting and Taking the Good Out of Life

Your Host’s Latest Adventure on Whitewater Rafting:

Finding new ways for “Taking the Good Out of Life” while Whitewater Rafting this past weekend. We attended a dam release from the Lehigh Gorge and rafted 12+ miles down the Lehigh River in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

 

On This Episode You Will Hear:

  • [00:30] Intro
  • [03:50] Garmin watch, fitness apps, smart GPS data.
  • [09:30] Dam releases, class 2 or 3 compared to class 4 or 5 rapids.
  • [15:30] When you’re in the front, you see the rocks first, take responsibility and lead the way.
  • [17:55] With obstacles, you really have to be on your game.
  • [20:00] Different rafting benefits include family fun, adrenaline junkie pleasure, business team building, etc.
  • [22:00] Taking the Good Out of Life. You can only control so many things.
  • [25:00] We can’t change many things. Focus on what you CAN affect in life. Focus on your mental state and how you impact others. Take a deep breath and shut up for a moment.
  • [25:30] Final Words

 

“Take the Good Out of Life”… – Scott W. Mulvaney

 

 

 

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Final Words:

We can’t control everything in life but we can control our thoughts and mindset. Remind yourself to pause, take a deep breath, and think about how to Take the Good Out of that moment and in life!

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About the author, Scott

Host of the LIVETHEFUEL Podcast | Public Speaker | Sales & Marketing Professional | Coach | Traveler | Consultant | Health Educator | Former Firefighter

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