18 episodes

There is a saying “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.” While its origins are highly contested, the wisdom is astute.

Join Ron Bouchard as he shares his philosophy of life and goes fishing for wisdom through interviews with entrepreneurs who share their stories of triumph and tribulation. If you are an aspiring entrepreneur trying to succeed outside the confines of the “current of social expectation”, this podcast is for you.

Gone Fishing Ronald Bouchard

    • Self-Improvement

There is a saying “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.” While its origins are highly contested, the wisdom is astute.

Join Ron Bouchard as he shares his philosophy of life and goes fishing for wisdom through interviews with entrepreneurs who share their stories of triumph and tribulation. If you are an aspiring entrepreneur trying to succeed outside the confines of the “current of social expectation”, this podcast is for you.

    Episode 17: Young Living: Essential Wellness For Less

    Episode 17: Young Living: Essential Wellness For Less

    How Can You Save Money And Be Sure That The Products That You Are Using Are Safe?



    Join Ron Bouchard and Alicia Clendenin as they answer that question.



    In this episode, we’ll discuss:

    · Who is Young Living?

    · What is an Essential Oil?

    · Are there differences in the grades of oil?

    · How can you get essential oils, and where/how do you use them?

    · In addition to the health benefits, how can one save money while introducing their families to healthier alternatives to commercially available products?

    · And more…



    Links to Alicia Clendennin:

    · Alicia@alicia-anne.com

    · alicia-anne.com



    Related Links and Resources:

    Visit our main website at:

    https://waypointmastermind.com/VIP/



    Visit our Gone Fishing Podcast Webpage

    http://gonefishingpodcast.com/



    Subscribe on Itunes:

    https://podcasts.apple.com/.../gone-fishing/id1519168586



    Support our work by checking out our great merchandise:

    https://www.sargassoapparel.com/



    Schedule a Free 50 Minute Clarity Session with Ron Bouchard:
    https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=18291344



    So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish! (Douglas Adams Tribute)

    Thank you for tuning in. We at the Gone Fishing Podcast and Waypoint Mastermind genuinely appreciate you! To get more content sent directly to your device as it becomes available, subscribe to iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast application. Reviews on iTunes are beneficial and appreciated!

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 16: Habit of Saving Part 2: A Beginner's Guide to Making Your Money Work For You.

    Episode 16: Habit of Saving Part 2: A Beginner's Guide to Making Your Money Work For You.

    The cornerstone of all wealth building is the habit of saving.  It is how you can systematically distribute your income so that a substantial percentage will steadily accumulate. No one may succeed in life very long without developing the habit of saving money. There is no exception to this rule, and no one may escape it.

    If you were to ask the average person how they define success, they would most assuredly respond that successful people have lots of money. Why then, in a society that defines wealth as a criterion for success, are so few people educated on how to accumulate money?

    The answer to that question varies but one thing is sure, the current of social expectation does not live up to the promise that if you work real hard, you will make it, as evidenced by the following statistics.

    Out of 100 people who start working at the age of 25, by the age of 65:


    1% are wealthy
    4% have adequate capital stowed away for retirement
    3% are still working
    63% is dependant on Social Security, friends, relatives, or charity.
    29% are dead.

    Out of every 100 people who reach the retirement age of 65:


    62 retire with less than $25,000 in assets and depend on Social Security or family for their retirement.
    Another 35 retires with less than $100,000, have some form of pension in addition to Social Security, and are just making it in their retirement. If either Social Security or their pension went away, they would have a tough time surviving.
    2 of the 3 remaining retirees have an adequate pension or retirement account. They have assets of between $100,000 and $750,000. They do appreciate having the additional money they receive from Social Security but could survive without it.
    The last of these 100 retirees is the only one who is financially independent. This retiree has assets approaching or exceeding $1,000,000. They do not need the income from Social Security at all.

    Which group above will you be in when it is time for you to retire?

    Clearly, something is not working if 95% of people will fail to accumulate sufficient money to get them through their retirement years.

    Join Ron Bouchard and Ana Silveira as they discuss the importance of developing a habit of saving.

    In this episode, we’ll discuss:


    The seven reasons why developing a habit of savings is essential to building a strong foundation.
    The four stages of wealth
    How you can be a millionaire in your lifetime.
    And more…

    Links to Ana Silveria of J. Barrett & Company Realtors


    (978) 314-3788
    anas@jbarrettrealty.com

    Related Links and Resources:

    Visit our main website at:

    https://waypointmastermind.com/VIP/

    Visit our Gone Fishing Podcast Webpage

    http://gonefishingpodcast.com/

    Subscribe on Itunes:

    https://podcasts.apple.com/.../gone-fishing/id1519168586

    Support our work by checking out our great merchandise:

    https://www.sargassoapparel.com/

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 15: Habit Of Saving: A Beginner’s Guide To Making Your Money Work For You.

    Episode 15: Habit Of Saving: A Beginner’s Guide To Making Your Money Work For You.

    The cornerstone of all wealth building is the habit of saving.  It is how you can systematically distribute your income so that a substantial percentage will steadily accumulate. No one may succeed in life very long without developing the habit of saving money. There is no exception to this rule, and no one may escape it.

    If you were to ask the average person how they define success, they would most assuredly respond that successful people have lots of money. Why then, in a society that defines wealth as a criterion for success, are so few people educated on how to accumulate money?

    The answer to that question varies but one thing is sure, the current of social expectation does not live up to the promise that if you work real hard, you will make it, as evidenced by the following statistics.

    Out of 100 people who start working at the age of 25, by the age of 65:


    1% are wealthy
    4% have adequate capital stowed away for retirement
    3% are still working
    63% is dependant on Social Security, friends, relatives, or charity.
    29% are dead.

    Out of every 100 people who reach the retirement age of 65:


    62 retire with less than $25,000 in assets and depend on Social Security or family for their retirement.
    Another 35 retires with less than $100,000, have some form of pension in addition to Social Security, and are just making it in their retirement. If either Social Security or their pension went away, they would have a challenging time surviving.
    2 of the 3 remaining retirees have an adequate pension or retirement account. They have assets of between $100,000 and $750,000. They do appreciate having the additional money they receive from Social Security but could survive without it.
    The last of these 100 retirees is the only one who is financially independent. This retiree has assets approaching or exceeding $1,000,000. They do not need the income from Social Security at all.

    Which group above will you be in when it is time for you to retire?

    Clearly, something is not working if 95% of people will fail to accumulate sufficient money to get them through their retirement years.

    Join Ron Bouchard and Ana Silveira as they discuss the importance of developing a habit of saving.

    • 50 min
    Episode 14: Farmville 2.0, Farm-To-Table Organic Produce All From The Convenience Of Your Smartphone

    Episode 14: Farmville 2.0, Farm-To-Table Organic Produce All From The Convenience Of Your Smartphone

    Farmville is an agricultural simulation social network game developed by Zynga in 2009. As of April 2018, it's 72.9 million active users made up more than 20% of Facebook's 350 million users.

    Its gameplay involves the day to day operation of a farm where you plow, plant, grow, harvest & raise livestock. It is so popular that it can get users to buy virtual seeds, crops, etc. To date, it has earned a gross revenue of 311 million dollars and 93 million downloads.

    What would happen if instead of digital crops, you could plant, water & harvest real plants virtually all from the convenience of your smartphone and receive fresh, weekly shipments of organic produce on your doorstep?

    What if, besides, you could be helping: make a social impact by helping organic farms to thrive, increase the bee population, which has seen a 40% decline, preserve water, create local jobs, help feed disadvantaged children, & raise awareness of our fragile food supply chain all for less than you can get from your local grocery store?

    Well, now you can!

    Join Ron Bouchard as he interviews Craig Borlik, CEO of Grogrub, to learn how.

    In this episode:

    · We'll discuss this exciting new concept.

    · How you can get improve your family's health by switching to organic produce.

    · Learn how you can manage a farm from the convenience of your smartphone.

    · Learn how you can help make a social impact with your virtual garden.

    · and more...



    Links to Craig Borlik of Gro Grub

    · (801) 473-1222

    · craig@grogrub.com

    · https://www.grogrub.com/

    · https://www.facebook.com/Grogrub



    Related Links and Resources:

    Visit our main website at:

    https://waypointmastermind.com/VIP/

    Visit our Gone Fishing Podcast Webpage

    http://gonefishingpodcast.com/

    Subscribe on Itunes:

    https://podcasts.apple.com/.../gone-fishing/id1519168586

    Support our work by checking out our great merchandise:

    https://www.sargassoapparel.com/

    Schedule a Free 50 Minute Clarity Session with Ron Bouchard:
    https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=18291344



    So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish! (Douglas Adams Tribute)

    Thank you for tuning in. We at the Gone Fishing Podcast and Waypoint Mastermind genuinely appreciate you! To get more content sent directly to your device as it becomes available, subscribe to iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast application. Reviews on iTunes are beneficial and appreciated!

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode13: EVERYDAY FITNESS: How to Create, Maintain & Cultivate Habits of Health

    Episode13: EVERYDAY FITNESS: How to Create, Maintain & Cultivate Habits of Health

    According to a recent report from the Center for Disease Control, it is projected that by 2030, half of all adults or 115 million people in the United States will be obese; making it a problem of epidemic proportions as it is taking over many parts of the world. It is one of the most obvious but ignored health problems facing Americans today and is already responsible for 24% of our total health care costs annually.

    So, what is behind this problem?

    More than 80% of adults & adolescents do not meet the recommended physical activity guidelines and the typical American diet exceeds the recommended intake levels or limits in four categories: calories from solid fats and added sugars; refined grains; sodium; and saturated fat, making the old adage “Diet & Exercise” as true statement today as it has ever been.

    So why is it so hard to meet these recommendations?  

    The answer is, the world is changing.  Once we had to hunt and forage for food which gave us exercise and forced us to eat off the land naturally but today, we live in a world of convenience where all the food you need is just a car ride away.

    Exposure to a never-ending array of processed foods and the decreased activity of a workforce primarily sitting behind a screen for 8 hours a day had caused us to develop poor habits of health which we are passing down from generation to generation.

    Are we capable of creating, maintaining, and cultivating habits of health that keep us healthy?

    Join Ron Bouchard as he interviews Chris Engel of Engle Fitness to discuss that very topic.

    In this episode we'll discuss:


    The three phases of habit creation
    The small changes that you can make in your daily life to help you change your habits
    The power of supportive friends
    and more...

    Links to This Weeks Guest: Chris Engel


    (978) 335-5669
    cengel@engelfitness.com
    http://www.engelfitness.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/engelfitness

    Related Links and Resources:


    Visit our Gone Fishing Podcast Webpage
    Subscribe on Itunes
    Watch our video “Together We Stand”
    Waypoint’s Facebook Page
    Waypoint’s LinkedIn
    Waypoint’s  Twitter
    Waypoint Mastermind’s Website
    Schedule a Free 50 Minute Clarity Session with Ron Bouchard
    Visit Sargasso Apparel

    • 1 hr
    Episode 12: Tolerance Part 2, How The New Approach To Tolerance Is Destroying Our Lives, Families & Country

    Episode 12: Tolerance Part 2, How The New Approach To Tolerance Is Destroying Our Lives, Families & Country

    For hundreds of years, we relied on a definition of tolerance that honored the differences of each other while maintaining our right to disagree.  That tolerance has shifted and has been replaced with a tolerance where all beliefs were equal, and things were true to a new cultural tolerance where only the truths decide upon by the woke and tyrannical are to be accepted and any deviation is met with insult, attack, and hatred.

    Our new tolerant society had become intolerant of truth and tolerance itself.

    Join Ron Bouchard and Dinka Vujovich for part two of a two-episode discussion on the importance of tolerance, truth, and morality.

    In this episode we'll discuss:


    The rise of Marxism in America
    The unholy alliance of groups, factions, and governments trying to destroy our country.from within and more.

    Related Links and Resources:


    Coachingbydinka.com
    Visit our Gone Fishing Podcast Webpage
    Subscribe on Itunes
    Watch our video “Together We Stand”
    Waypoint’s Facebook Page
    Waypoint’s LinkedIn
    Waypoint’s  Twitter
    Waypoint Mastermind’s Website
    Schedule a Free 50 Minute Clarity Session with Ron Bouchard
    Visit Sargasso Apparel

    So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish! (Douglas Adams Tribute)

    Thank you for tuning in we at the Gone Fishing Podcast and Waypoint Mastermind truly appreciate you! To get more content sent directly to your device as it becomes available, subscribe to iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast application. Reviews on iTunes are extremely helpful and appreciated

    • 53 min

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