EP44 – Adventurepreneur Jeremy Jensen on Epiphany Moments and Intentional Living

Jeremy Jensen shares the many reasons he’s leaving management consulting and Washington D.C. behind to head back West, out to Boulder, in pursuit of intentionally designing a more fulfilling life.

Photo: Jim Harris @perpetualweekend

Jensen is a skier, biker, and whitewater kayaker. He’s also the creator and host of the Adventurepreneur Playbook podcast, a speaker and coach, the co-founder of the Outwild festival series, as well as the co-founder of Revive, where he’s setting out to redefine how we work, travel, and live.

In this episode Jeremy, Jonathan, and Emily discuss:

  • Making big life moves
  • Entrepreneurial endeavors and how to take the right leaps to make them happen
  • The importance of building meaningful connections by following up and following through to develop your personal and professional network
  • Ideas that strike in the bathroom (#epiphanyonthepot)
  • The Revive pilot MVP program and what’s next on the agenda
  • Why remote work is the future of work
  • Breaking down the business value ladder
  • Jeremy’s certification in the science of flow, plus some recommended reading

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