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Photo in banner image courtesy of Annie Nyborg
Annie isn’t an entrepreneur, or an extreme athlete, or a thru hiker. Annie works in San Francisco at Peak Design, a company that has one foot in the outdoor industry and the other in the photography accessory space. She’s as passionate about the environment as she is about spending time in the back country as she is about being a mother.
After years of feeling like the “grass was greener” everywhere but where she was – Annie let go of her expectations and in doing so, found the closest thing possible to the life work she was searching for.
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Find out more about Peak Design, 1% for the Planet, and Give A Shot.
Music by Lee Rosevere via freemusicarchive.org
Hi Guys! Wrong link is listed for Peak Design. It took me to a company in Colorado. I think you meant to add this link: https://www.peakdesign.com
Thank you! Fixed 🙂
Thank you so much for putting into words what so many of us work through and think about each day. This episode was perfect.
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