Episode 7 Lisa Rollins – Don’t Forget Your Dive Light!

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A great interview with “Catching Hell” star Lisa Rollins. We hear all about how she got started and hooked on SCUBA diving for life. Lisa tells about her experience being lost at sea during a spearfishing tournament and how it almost ended her diving career. She decided to get back up and go again the very next day! What an inspiring woman. Hope you enjoy.

 

Be sure to check out all the great things Lisa has going on at her website www.oceanloveher.com. Help her out with all of the great things she is doing!

You can follow Lisa on twitter @oceanloveher to keep up with all that she has going on. You can also find her on facebook.

Watch her on the Weather Channel in action on Sunday nights at 9PM Eastern! She’ll be watching with you.

Episode 6 Dan Smith Gaining Experience by Volunteering, Marine Conservation, The Manta Network & Advice for Your Resume

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Dan Smith is currently employed as a Fisheries Technician at Prince William Sound Aquaculture Corporation. He recently graduated from Nova Southeastern University in FL with MS in Marine Biology. We talk about his journey through the educational process and his loads of experience gained by putting himself out there for volunteer work.  We also talk about his role at The Manta Network as researcher and social media manager and get some wonderful advice from Dan about getting that edge with experience for your resume!

Episode 5 Classroom Under the Sea

bruceAndJessica2 Why Two Roane State Community College Educators Attempt World Record Stay Underwater for 72 Days…

I had the  pleasure recently to interview Bruce Cantrell & Jessica Fain from Roane State Community College.  They are part of an amazing and innovative project called Classroom Under the Sea. The two college professors have been diving together for years and have taken many groups down to the Jules’ Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida but had no idea that they had been in training for this mission for all of those years.  They are both  aquanauts that have spent time living under the sea in the MarineLab Undersea Laboratory but nothing close to the 72 day stay they will be attempting from October 4 through December 15 of 2014. The goal of the project is not just to set a world record but to also bring more attention to the education of students about the importance of our oceans and to help understand how they can be involved in making a real difference to conserve one of our greatest resources on the planet. It all starts with education and opportunity.  Continue reading

Episode 4: Frank Vorster & The Dive Flag App


A “Diverpreneur” in Australia who has developed an iPhone/Android app just for you! Let’s hear how he got started , what drives him and what is up and coming with his ever growing mobile application (thanks to  his dedication and user input from divers just  like you)! Let’s dive in and get to know Frank Vorster!

Frank tells us all about the life of a busy entrepreneur with many irons in the fire but a great team to help him get things accomplished. He loves to reach out and network with others in the industry and works closely with industry pros around the world to bring great content and resources to the Dive Flag App.  You can follow the DFA team on Twitter and Facebook too.  We will soon be integrating the podcast into the Dive Flag App too so you’ll have one more way to listen to the newest episodes whether you are on your mobile device  or computer.  They also have a shop online at the Dive Flag App website so you can check out gear & gear reviews.

~Happy Diving

Episode 3: Keith Saddler

 

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A big welcome to our guest Keith Saddler from Hawaii. Such an Inspiring guy. Keith survived a car accident in the 90′s and lost his left leg but he did not let that slow him down in his pursuit of becoming a professional in the SCUBA industry. He is now an Instructor & Divemaster living the dream in beautiful Hawaii.  I hope you enjoy ! I’ll be adding the show notes , links and etc. as I get them finished up but wanted to go ahead and get the audio out today

 

~Happy Diving  & please leave comments , suggestions or feedback! Looking forward to hearing from you .

 

 

Episode 2: Martina Milanese

Show Notes: The first few episodes are about an hour long but we will be trimming these down to about  a 30 minute show in the future so that you can easily take it along for a jog or car ride while you listen. Enjoy the show and please feel free to leave comments or contact me with suggestions.


Connect with Martina:
www.studioassociatogaia.com

 

If you are interested in Ocean Conservancy please visit:  http://www.oceanconservancy.org/

Here is an article I found about becoming a Marine Biologist:

http://deepseanews.com/2011/11/so-you-want-to-be-a-marine-biologist-deep-sea-news-edition/

 

Intro Episode – Welcome to ScubaPath

Show Notes: I will be uploading show notes here with resources that guests give us during interviews. There may be book suggestions , links to other sites , contact info for the guests and etc.  I encourage you to listen every day once we launch so that you can stay informed and motivated. This will help you to keep your ScubaPath in focus so you will be actively working towards discovering and attaining your goals.  Join our mailing list as soon as it is available so that we can let you know when a new episode is ready or let you know about any great resources we have for you.

Transcript: Welcome to the only podcast that is dedicated  to helping  you find your path to a successful career in the diving industry and give you the knowledge and inspiration you need to succeed. If you love to dive as much as I do,  I am sure you’ve dreamed of a career in the industry too .  There are so many jobs in the industry that you have probably never heard of and our goal here to find out all about them. I ‘ll be interviewing people  each day from all over the world that have  successful careers in the industry.  You’ll hear from all sorts of people in the industry  from golf ball hunters to dive masters and even people with corporate jobs at major licensing agencies. We will interview anyone in the industry that is willing to give you some guidance and insight that will help you move forward on your ScubaPath.  I’m very excited at the thought of inspiring just one of you guys out there to discover your ScubaPath and take action towards the goal of leaving your existing job in the wake and heading off for a new adventure in the diving career of your dreams.We will have a standard format for the guests so you’ll know what to expect with each interview.  We will find out how they got started, what they do each day, what struggles they overcame and what advice they have for you and lots more.  I’d like for you to send us questions that you have about getting started on your ScubaPath so that we can have these qualified professionals help coach you with great advice that gets you on the right heading. If you are a dive professional, please contact us through the contact page at ScubaPath.com. We would love to hear from you about your dive career and your advice for us.I’ll have  a full lineup of guests and begin making the podcast available here and for subscription in iTunes and all of the other major podcast directories by the start of 2014.  You can help by submitting your questions & comments through the contact page at ScubaPath.com.The pool is open for you to dive in and start asking the questions that will get you on the path to success in your scuba career.   Until you dive in and make your own path follow our bubbles here at scubapath…