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trev's tavern is a conversational podcast where there will be beers cracked and fun topics discussed. Whether I'm at home or on the road, I plan on having interesting people on the podcast and trying some refreshing beverages with them. I hope to have a lot of good conversations with people from all around my life and hope to meet a lot of new people along the way.

trev's tavern Trevor Hall

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trev's tavern is a conversational podcast where there will be beers cracked and fun topics discussed. Whether I'm at home or on the road, I plan on having interesting people on the podcast and trying some refreshing beverages with them. I hope to have a lot of good conversations with people from all around my life and hope to meet a lot of new people along the way.

    #6 - Luke Chase

    #6 - Luke Chase

    Luke and I went to school together at Bethel University. It was awesome to catch up with Luke to hear about his post-college life.  Luke recently switched careers to the real estate industry and I came across one of his videos recently that was so helpful. He took a situation like COVID-19, which causes a lot of uncertainty in the housing market and gave facts and stats to make people feel comfortable. It was interesting to hear how he weighed the pros and cons when switching careers. Luke also makes great music and is part of a group called "Circa 93", go check them out. We chat a bit about his path to music making as well as the importance of having creative outlets. Luke also gives us his take on what a successful life looks like to him. Enjoy!


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    • 1 hr 5 min
    #5 - Jackson Canfield

    #5 - Jackson Canfield

    Jackson and I met in college. We lived in the same dorm and met once we started basketball season together. In the past few months he has been on a pretty crazy roller coaster. Someone nominated him for the Bachelorette and he made it on! I'll leave it to you to hear the rest. Jackson goes into his greatest role model, his grandfather. I had the opportunity to know his grandfather personally can say he was such a great man. Jackson also jumps into characteristics he'd like to grow in and we get to tell some really fun stories along the way. Enjoy!


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    • 59 min
    #4 - Earl

    #4 - Earl

    Earl is an ambitious friend. He is bold and says what he thinks, which makes for fun conversation. After Earl and I got off the podcast, we ended up chatting for 2+ hours about life. Funny what can happen when two people agree that staying off the phone and being intentional can do. Having Earl on was a great time. We chatted a lot about his role models, both of his grandfathers. He learned confidence and how to keep life fun through them. He has gained great knowledge and is very adamant on doing his part to keep the environment clean. Which makes me think, it's time for me to start doing mine. Earl talks about a couple of traits he'd like to grow in as well as what a successful life looks like to him. Enjoy!


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    • 1 hr 2 min
    #3 - Matt Juve

    #3 - Matt Juve

    Matt Juve is a carpenter by trade and loves his job. He loves it so much that it's also his side hobby. Not many people have loved their job enough to make it their hobby when they get home from an 8 hour day. Matt is the owner of Juve Constructions, LLC. His business he started within the last two years and has been very focused on growing since he opened it. It was fun to chat with Matt about his dreams for his company, as well as his future role within the business. Matt got his bachelor's degree at North Central University in Minneapolis. He switched his major a few times and settled on getting a degree in business. Before you scratch your head asking why a carpenter got his degree, you should hear his story. Matt played baseball at North Central also. And he'd be the first to tell you, they lost.... a lot. Matt has a great perspective on what he learned from the "losing" culture he was in. He talked about leadership traits that were absent but that he learned through those absences. This was a great conversation with a great friend. Enjoy.

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    #2 - Max Anderson

    #2 - Max Anderson

    Max Anderson is one of the most interesting guys to know. To be honest, it's kind of crazy how we're friends. We grew up in completely different environments. Max grew up in a small town - raising pigs, chopping wood and shooting guns. I didn't shoot a gun until a few years ago.... with him. As good of friends as Max and I are, it was awesome to hear him dive into topics we don't always discuss. On this episode, we talked about his experiences traveling and the challenging part of finding a community outside of home. We also chat about Max's ski coaching job. The joys and hardships of coaching and the responsibility of being a role model through it all. We discuss areas Max wants to grow characteristics-wise, heck, Max even opens up his journal to talk about that one. Finally, Max opens up about what his view of a successful life is, I hope you enjoy this episode!

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    • 1 hr 22 min
    # 1 - Brennen Israelson

    # 1 - Brennen Israelson

    Brennen Israelson was the first friend I've met since I moved to Minnesota in 2005. In this episode we talk about the draw to starting to create content, the joy you feel in creating something from beginning to end. We also talk about our greatest role models, what areas we want our character to grow in the next five years. Finally, Brennen tells me what his idea of a successful life looks like.

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    • 1 hr

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