EPISODE 74

COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL WITH POLAR EXPLORER JOHN HUSTON

Sep 26, 2020 | Podcast

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Survival, leadership, and teamwork lessons learned from polar expeditions to the North and South Pole

John Huston was one of the first Americans to successfully complete an unsupported expedition to the North Pole. His expertise in cold weather survival and expedition planning has led him to opportunities training Special Operations Forces and he uses his experience as public speaking and training curriculum related to high-performing teams, operational planning and risk management, leadership, teamwork, and more. As a bonus, John also works with Sled Dogs, which is just cool. 

Find his book at JohnHuston.com

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