Taking A Stranger On An Underwater Adventure!

Taking A Stranger On An Underwater Adventure!

Our amazing ambassador, Sierra, took a stranger on an underwater scooter adventure in Roatan, Honduras. So rad! Special Thanks To: Ocean Connection Watersports Credits: Anne Melissa Mejia – Underwater Scooter (Check!) Jarrold jeffers – Camera Ninja & Divemaster Bart & Lisa Zuckerman – Managers Ocean...
Mother’s Day Surprise: Lily and Zach Attack

Mother’s Day Surprise: Lily and Zach Attack

This video highlights one of TBLL’s amazing ambassadors, Sarah Portillo. She put on a surprise event at Children’s Hospital Colorado for all of the moms that are spending Mother’s Day weekend at the hospital. With the help of friends and family, she was able to put together over 100 gift bags to give away as well as a flash mob. It was a very heart warming day! You’re an inspiration,...
The New School Of Life

The New School Of Life

  TBLL Founder, Kenyon Salo, decided to pull his two kids, Eli and Erin, out of school for a day to go on a series of adventures to teach them important lessons about life. We hope this inspired you to skip work for a day, surprise your kids, and live your bucket list life for a day. Be spontaneous, help others, and create an amazing shared...
65: How To Quit Working with Entrepreneur Jeff Steinmann

65: How To Quit Working with Entrepreneur Jeff Steinmann

“’How to Quit Working.’ isn’t about not doing anything…it’s about doing something you enjoy so much it’s not work.” – Jeff Steinmann The Bucket List Life Podcast Episode #65 – Entrepreneur Jeff Steinmann Our next guest on episode #65 of The Bucket List Life Podcast with Kenyon Salo is a gentleman who went through a time in his life when he felt stuck and was having trouble getting out of it. He eventually was able to find a way, to make the leap, Mr. Jeff Steinmann. That leap led him to the creation of the popular website ‘How to Quit Working.’ Think about it, do we really want to quit working? Or do we want to do that thing we are passionate about and get paid for it? There is a way! There is an entire community and movement that have been created to help people make this dream come true. Let’s find out why Jeff calls himself a ‘Freedom Fanatic’ and is fiercely devoted to finding a better way to “do life”. Highlights of their podcast conversation: 2:25  Jeff takes us back to when he was on the same life course almost all of us have taken, going to high school, then college where you are some how supposed to figure out what it is you want to do for the next 45 years – when you have never even tried it. Jeff couldn’t figure out what he wanted to do and bounced around college for 13 years. He didn’t have anything he cared about enough to work towards. He settled into the computer tech business doing systems...
64: The True Alchemy of Wine with What We Love The Winery

64: The True Alchemy of Wine with What We Love The Winery

“For me wine is really just a metaphor for what life can be, of how we can join together… my bucket list item is really finding that sense of communion within myself and other people.” – Michael Hasler The Bucket List Life Podcast Episode #63 – What We Love Winery  In the studio, on this episode #64 of The Bucket List Life Podcast with Kenyon Salo, we are honored to have three guests with us. Along with Kenyon, they were part of a delectable experience that took place at ‘What We Love The Winery’ (WWLW) in Boulder, CO. in February of this year. The winery opened its doors to 5 guests from The Bucket List Life as part of an opportunity for these wine enthusiasts to check off an item from their buckets lists, to learn what it’s like to make some of the most phenomenal wine on the planet. Two of today’s guests are the owners of What We Love The Winery, Carolee Corey and her husband Michael Hasler. The third guest is one of the members of The Bucket List Life who was one of the lucky five guests, Linnea Lewis. They will share this fascinating experience with us, with a special twist thrown in!. Highlights of their podcast conversation: 3:10  Michael shares with us how WWLW came to be. It all started with a passion for wine making. At age 14 Michael had a mate in Sydney Australia that used to make wine with a relative. Michael didn’t have a direction yet, but decided he wanted to try his own hand at making wine. His first...
Welcome To The Bucket List Life 2015

Welcome To The Bucket List Life 2015

We’d like to give a big warm welcome from all of our amazing members of Team Bucket List Life. Enjoy the community everyone! If you haven’t already, connect with us in our private facebook group of 1300+ members. You can also find us on Instagram: @InstaBucketListLife As well as Twitter: @BucketListLife Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more...
SPECIAL EDITION: The Story of One Boy’s Wish That Changed The World with Make-A-Wish Founder Frank Shankwitz

SPECIAL EDITION: The Story of One Boy’s Wish That Changed The World with Make-A-Wish Founder Frank Shankwitz

“I always kind of hope that those wings help him go straight to heaven”– Frank Shankwitz The Bucket List Life Podcast SPECIAL EDITION: Make-A-Wish Founder Frank Shankwitz On this, a Special Edition of The Bucket List Life Podcast with Kenyon Salo, We meet a person who changed a boy’s life. A boy named Chris, that more than anything wanted to be a Highway Patrol Motorcycle Officer. This gentleman was able to come in and make this wish come true. Our guest tells us how, with the help of many wonderful willing people, he was able to brighten this child’s life before the boy passed.  He, along with his wife Kitty and several others, founded The Make-A-Wish Foundation in November of 1980. What is truly phenomenal is 33 years later they are able to grant a wish, somewhere around the world, approximately every 38 minutes. He is here to share with us the story that started it all, the man who just wanted to make a difference and help others, Frank Shankwitz. Highlights of their podcast conversation: 3:00  Frank shares the touching story that started this preeminent organization. He takes us back to 1980 when Frank was an Arizona Highway Patrol Motorcycle Officer. They were just starting to gain popularity due to a TV show called “CHIPs”, which stands for ‘California HIghway Patrol’ about motorcycle highway patrol officers in California. Frank was contacted by another officer that said he had befriended a family that had a seven year old son named Chris, whose heroes were ‘Ponch and John’ from ‘CHIPs’. Chris was suffering from Leukemia and had no more than 2...
Random Act Of Kindness: Gift Card Challenge

Random Act Of Kindness: Gift Card Challenge

It doesn’t take a whole lot to make a huge impact on someone else’s day. Small acts of kindness can change the world. TBLL’s Alex Kiziah and Kyler Knutson were given a gift card from a friend to spend on themselves. They decided to spend the card on people that actually need it and are proposing a challenge for you to do the same!...
Can She Convince A Stranger To Go Scuba Diving?

Can She Convince A Stranger To Go Scuba Diving?

One of our amazing ambassadors, Sierra, wanted to help a stranger cross Scuba Diving off their bucket list down in Honduras…would you say yes? Similar videos that inspired Sierra to go on this adventure: Lani Gelera – Stranger Bungee Jump Kenyon Salo – Stranger Skydive Again, huge shoutout to Sierra Dawn Preston! You rock. Keep leading the way and living The Bucket List...
63: Take Back Control of Your Life with Author/Speaker April Capil

63: Take Back Control of Your Life with Author/Speaker April Capil

“…that’s what a bucket list does, it gives you a check list and says yes, I did this. I took control over that and I made it happen!” – April Capil The Bucket List Life Podcast #63 – Author/Speaker April Capil Our next guest on episode #63 of The Bucket List Life Podcast with Kenyon Salo, is a cancer survivor, an author and a YouTuber who used a bucket list to climb her way back to a new normal after being diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer at the age of 35. Statistics told her that she had a 1 in 3 chance of not making it 5 years without a cancer reoccurrence. She made a list of 40 things she wanted to complete before she reached the age of 40 which included a road trip across the U.S., running a NY Marathon, and  perfecting her own chocolate chip cookie recipe. In five years she beat the odds, completed her list and found ways of helping others along the way. Let’s meet the inspirational April Capil. Highlights of their podcast conversation: 3:55  April takes us back to when she was diagnosed with stage 3 triple negative breast cancer in 2008. She had gone to multiple doctors that told her women often had lumps and she even got a negative reading on a mammogram. A doctor finally did a biopsy. When she woke she found out that she had stage 3 cancer. She was devastated because she had just moved to Hawaii to start a farm and had a small internet sales business – she had her life planned. She...
Nahko and Medicine for the People Exclusive Soundcheck Experience

Nahko and Medicine for the People Exclusive Soundcheck Experience

Nahko and Medicine for the People are an amazing group of musicians that are changing the world. Their messages about positivity and saving the planet are powerful. The Bucket List Life™ wanted to help spread their message by surprising two people with tickets to his sold out show at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado during his Water is Life Tour. When Madison House Inc. heard about what we were doing, they wanted to help and gave our two winners access to a once in a lifetime experience of witnessing Nahko and Medicine for the People’s soundcheck. Big Congratulations to Our amazing winners: Adoree Faul and Elle Beau Special Thanks to Nadia Prescher from Madison House Inc. for helping make this happen! Love the video? Want to be the star of our next story? Be sure to connect with our community so that you can attend future events with us! Interested in working with us to create a powerful video? Click Here To Contact Us About...
62: The Satisfaction of Serving with The Human Project Co-Founder, Wesley D. Chapman

62: The Satisfaction of Serving with The Human Project Co-Founder, Wesley D. Chapman

“The simplest way to start feeling better is to serve your fellow man, serve your community.” – Wesley Chapman The Bucket List Life Podcast #62 – The Human Project Co-Founder, Wesley D. Chapman On this, episode #62 of The Bucket List Life with Kenyon Salo, we meet a man who works with hundreds of youths and adults on a monthly basis helping them move from where they are now to where they want to be. At the age of 1 he was abandoned by his father, at the age of 6 ½ he was abandoned by his mother. He tried to commit suicide 12 times by his 16th birthday. Wesley Chapman is a survivor that suffered unimaginable abuse and is now on a mission to be of service to more than 25 million people. He was an entrepreneur at 8, self-sufficient by 16 and was consulting with the CEO’s of Fortune 500 Companies at the age of 19. Wesley founded ‘A Human Project’, a for-purpose 501(c)(3) with a mission to create a community of empowered youth. He is also the co-founder of ‘Super Human Life’, a program designed to ensure ultimate understanding of ones true potential. His life experiences have prepared him for what is now his greatest mission, creating a world of hope. Highlights of their podcast conversation: 4:00  Wesley warns us that in able to understand his outlook on his project ‘Super Human Life’, it may take a huge mind shift. He tells us if we don’t want to hate him before he has a chance to explain his beliefs, we should go to his website  superhuman.life...
61: Five Steps To Finding The Mentor For You with Entrepreneur Geoff Woods

61: Five Steps To Finding The Mentor For You with Entrepreneur Geoff Woods

“…when you start helping others and you see them accelerate in their path and they progress in their path because of your direct efforts, it’s one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever experienced.”  – Geoff Woods The Bucket List Life Podcast Episode #61 – Entrepreneur Geoff Woods Welcome to episode #61 of The Bucket List Life Podcast with Kenyon Salo. Our next guest has a story that will resonate with most of our listeners and is a testament to how who you surround yourself with has a dramatic influence on the trajectory of your life. Geoff Woods will assist us in learning how to find the ideal mentor(s) that will accelerate us on our right path. Geoff has a clear idea of what he wants in life and has a strong desire to teach each and every one of us how to accomplish the same thing. Highlights of their podcast conversation: 3:15  Geoff tells us what he has been working diligently on growing the audience for his podcast “The Mentee.” His main goal is trying to help other people. “…when you start helping others and you see them accelerate in their path and they progress in their path because of your direct efforts, it’s one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever experienced.” 3:45  Geoff explains that “The Mentee” Podcasts is his way of sharing his journey from ‘Employee to Entrepreneur’ and pressing record on the conversations with the mentors in his life. It all started while he was happily working in the medical devise sales business. Not only did he enjoy it but it provided an amazing...
60: Co-Creating Moments That Matter w/PlumDeluxe Founder Andy Hayes

60: Co-Creating Moments That Matter w/PlumDeluxe Founder Andy Hayes

“I want to give people permission to choose things that they really want and not the things that the marketers, and advertisers, your friends, colleagues and well-meaning family members tell you to choose.” – Andy Hayes The Bucket List Life Podcast Episode #60 – Founder of PlumDeluxe.com Andy Hayes Moments. Our next guest on this, episode #60 of The Bucket List Life Podcast with Kenyon Salo, truly understands what it means to ‘Make Moments Matter’. Andy Hayes is the founder and creator of PlumDeluxe.com, which is a website that teaches us that life, happens moment by moment. He is a master tea blender, a published author and a public speaker. His company is based out of one of the countries most appealing cities, Portland Oregon. Let’s listen and learn why Andy tells us “… no matter what your circumstances, you can choose to create moments that matter, every day.” Highlights on their podcast conversation: 2:15  Kenyon starts by asking Andy to share a moment in recent history that stands out in his mind. Andy tells us that he arranged his busy schedule so he could take a long regenerative walk in the sun, along a meandering river. That may seem simple to some but he tells us that it’s “… a nice reminder that some of the things that feel best to us are not that complicated. So there is no excuse to not make time for that.” 6:35  Andy shares the “Plum Deluxe” story. He started out as a very successful, happy guy with a technology/IT background. He loved the huge projects until a couple of corporate acquisitions...
Flips, Dodgeball, And Bull Riding At Jump Street!

Flips, Dodgeball, And Bull Riding At Jump Street!

The Bucket List Life™ crew went to Jumpstreet trampoline park in Lakewood, Colorado…and had a blast! The little minions running around schooled us in dodgeball, but we showed them how it’s done when it comes to bull riding. Love the video? Want to be part of our next adventure? Be sure to connect with our community so that you can attend future events with...
59: Doing Green Business with Ethical Marketing Expert Shel Horowitz

59: Doing Green Business with Ethical Marketing Expert Shel Horowitz

“I think the desire to leave the world better than you find it is as basic a drive as needing to eat, needing shelter, needing a job… I think it’s a basic human need.”  – Shel Horowitz The Bucket List Life Podcast Episode #59 – Ethical Marketing Expert Shel Horowitz Shel Horowitz , our next guest on episode #59 of The Bucket List Life Podcast with Kenyon Salo, is a strategist for green and social conscience businesses. Currently he is working to show businesses how to profit by solving hunger, war, poverty, and catastrophic climate change. He has also given a TED Talk on this subject. He is a best-selling primary-author of ‘Guerilla Marketing Goes Green’ and has written seven other books, and he is currently working on his 9th. He has more than 40 years in the green/activist and business world. Let’s listen and find out why Shel is so enthusiastic about the vital work he has chosen to dedicate his life to. Highlights of their podcast conversation: 2:15   One of the most unique experiences in Shel’s life? Having the cover of his book ‘Guerilla Marketing Goes Green’ flashing across one of the 6 story electronic billboards in New York City’s Time Square! He admits the payoff was more in terms of creditability than it is in sales. But how many people are able to say this is something they have accomplished in their lives? 4:15   What exactly does Shel do? “I work on business profitability, especially for green businesses, for social change businesses, and for authors and publishers.”  He works with people to look for opportunities to...
58: Choosing Passion Before Paycheck with Adventurer Of The Year, Gavin McClurg

58: Choosing Passion Before Paycheck with Adventurer Of The Year, Gavin McClurg

“One of the things that we saw again and again in third world countries… was community and joy, which is different from happiness.  You see people that have so much gratitude in their lives for the things that are really important.” – Gavin McClurg The Bucket List Life Podcast Episode #58 – National Geographic Adventurer of The Year – Gavin McClurg Our next guest on The Bucket List Life Podcast with Kenyon Salo episode #58 has lived at sea for 13 years and circumnavigate the globe almost twice!  Gavin McClurg was recognized with the prestigious award of National Geographic Adventurer Of The Year for a ground breaking Paragliding Expedition he did across the Canadian Rockies and currently holds the North American foot launch record for cross-country non-motorized paragliding for a total of 240 miles. Gavin has dreamed up and lived some impossible adventures, traveled to more than 90 countries and with no plans of slowing down, he wants to share those experiences with our audience today.   Highlights of their podcast conversation: 2:00 Gavin describes what it was like to be the first to fly his Paraglider across the sand dunes of Mozambique called Dune Du Pyla. 5:30  Most of the time when Gavin refers to “we” in his travels, he is talking about himself and his boat.  Gavin describes who else was in the picture of his adventure and travels for the past 13 years. He’s set up his company Offshore Odyssey with his wife, Jody Macdonald, and has been able to fund their travels and sailing around the globe with clients that become like family on their journey.  7:00...
57: Believing In Your Own Powers with Psychic Medium Corbie Mitleid

57: Believing In Your Own Powers with Psychic Medium Corbie Mitleid

“If I can get you to laugh but you still think I’m normal enough to borrow my lawnmower, I’m doing the right thing!” – Corbie Mitleid The Bucket List Life Podcast Episode #57 – Psychic Medium Corbie Mitleid Our next guest on The Bucket List Life Podcast with Kenyon Salo episode #57 has been dancing on the mystics path for over 40 years.  Corbie Mitleid is a full-time Psychic Medium, an inspirational speaker and teacher with an international clientele.  She has been featured in books, on radio talk shows and on television. She has done the “cancer dance” three times and has come through it all better off. Corbie loves to help people by giving them the tools they need to make informed decisions and show them how they can cross their own bridge from fear to fearlessness. Corbie is funny! She has an amazing energy, a way with words, a lot of insight and some powerful stories to share.  Highlights of their podcast conversation: 2:20 Corbie tells us all about her ‘travel channel’ life on the road and some of the mediumship readings and experiences she had at the Psychic Fair in Syracuse that she attended this past weekend. 4:45 Corbie explains some of the most common misnomers that she hears from others in reaction to hearing about what she does for a living.  She professes that never reads people that she was not invited to read. She does not believe in the ‘drive-by psychic reading.’  She is never going to tell you that you are cursed, you have bad luck or that your life is screwed up.  Corbie says...
56: Carpe Diem with Transformational Coach Victoria Melchor

56: Carpe Diem with Transformational Coach Victoria Melchor

“I know that one person that I help is going to be a ripple of hope for another person and that other person will also be a ripple of hope.”– Victoria Melchor The Bucket List Life Podcast Episode #56 – Victoria Melchor Our next guest on episode #56 The Bucket List Life Podcast with Kenyon Salo is Victoria Melchor. After receiving bad medical news, Victoria looked inside for answers, which led her to what she calls “Living life from the inside out.” She has learned to take charge of her life and live a life that she loves. First she was determined she would have the perfect morning, which led to the perfect day and from there she learned she could have a perfect life. Victoria focuses on Transformational and Mindset coaching and helps others live the life they desire by connecting and removing the mental and emotional blocks that are holding them back. She is close to finishing her first book, an autobiography, about what she has learned through travel and introspection of her day-to-day life. Highlights of their podcast conversation: 3:30  We learn that Victoria’s mother and grandmother both had breast cancer. She doesn’t, but testing showed that she is genetically predisposed and has the gene. This means that there is a much, much higher risk of  her contracting this disease in her life time, than the average woman. It felt like a death sentence to Victoria. She was understandably devastated by this news and while visiting her oncologist she was told that what she had been given was not a death sentence but a life sentence....

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