46 min

Jonathan Ronzio on Why You Must Believe You Can Figure Anything Out The Art of Fulfillment

    • Education

Jonathan Ronzio is a multi-sport mountain athlete, content
creator, motivational speaker, and award-winning filmmaker whose mission is to
create inspiration through action. In 2012, he and a couple of his friends
bought a one-way ticket to Chile where their goal was to climb the highest peak
in South America and then travel all the way to Alaska where they would climb
the highest peak in North America, but the special part was that they would
volunteer in service for a week in each country they stopped in along the way.
This journey was documented in the film, Between the Peaks, which won Best
Feature Documentary at the Mountain Film Festival. This isn’t his only date
with adventure, as he has climbed Mt Kilimanjaro, splitboarded in Mt. Rainier, and
scaled the snow-covered mountain of Denali. He is also the host of the
Stokecast Podcast where he speaks with athletes, adventurers, and entrepreneurs
to help inspire others to live the best, balanced, fulfilled versions of their
lives. As if that wasn’t enough, he is the founder of Explored Inspired, a
brand devoted to achieving your highest potential and doing what you love and
co-founded a software company called Trainual that helps small businesses get
systemized. In this episode, Jonathan and I talk about the importance of
believing that you can figure anything out, why taking action before anything
else is so crucial, and how sharing what you learn can be a deeply fulfilling experience. Follow Jonathan on Instagram @jonathanronzio Listen to The Stokecast Podcast: https://exploreinspired.com/stokecast/ Follow us on Instagram: @meditationformillennials 

















Follow our host on Instagram: @joecorcione

Jonathan Ronzio is a multi-sport mountain athlete, content
creator, motivational speaker, and award-winning filmmaker whose mission is to
create inspiration through action. In 2012, he and a couple of his friends
bought a one-way ticket to Chile where their goal was to climb the highest peak
in South America and then travel all the way to Alaska where they would climb
the highest peak in North America, but the special part was that they would
volunteer in service for a week in each country they stopped in along the way.
This journey was documented in the film, Between the Peaks, which won Best
Feature Documentary at the Mountain Film Festival. This isn’t his only date
with adventure, as he has climbed Mt Kilimanjaro, splitboarded in Mt. Rainier, and
scaled the snow-covered mountain of Denali. He is also the host of the
Stokecast Podcast where he speaks with athletes, adventurers, and entrepreneurs
to help inspire others to live the best, balanced, fulfilled versions of their
lives. As if that wasn’t enough, he is the founder of Explored Inspired, a
brand devoted to achieving your highest potential and doing what you love and
co-founded a software company called Trainual that helps small businesses get
systemized. In this episode, Jonathan and I talk about the importance of
believing that you can figure anything out, why taking action before anything
else is so crucial, and how sharing what you learn can be a deeply fulfilling experience. Follow Jonathan on Instagram @jonathanronzio Listen to The Stokecast Podcast: https://exploreinspired.com/stokecast/ Follow us on Instagram: @meditationformillennials 

















Follow our host on Instagram: @joecorcione

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