An interview with Uli Gulje, host of the ULI WHO...Read more
If there’s anything Uli Gulje loves most it’s a good story and a tall glass of beer to go along with it. Such is the essence of his podcast, ULI WHO, a program dedicated to curating any and all stories that may cross Gulje’s path, no matter how big or small. An Alaskan oilman turned traveling fireman then craft beer brewer, and now professional podcaster, Gulje has quite the list of interesting titles under his belt.
For many veterans the real battle starts long after the guns have fallen silent. From PTSD to physical disabilities, U.S. veterans often face a score of new challenges the moment they step off that plane and transition back into civilian life in the States. For these servicemen and women, these hardships can often make them feel alone and trapped despite being surrounded by loved ones and family.
That’s where the proud volunteers of Team Overland step in. A team of dedicated vets and civvies, this nonprofit org is centered on the idea of nature as a means to heal old wounds. From rafting, camping, and hiking, volunteers take veterans on extensive treks and trips all across the country at no charge. It’s a noble way to give back to those who have sacrificed.
Dedicated to helping others out of their comfort zone and changing life perspectives, No Barriers does exactly what its name implies. From connecting disabled and isolated persons together, to helping military vets get active and back on their feet, No Barriers is almost more of a mantra than an org; a group of people dedicated to a philosophy of connectivity and overcoming adversity together. Gillette sits down with Jeremy Lux on the latest episode of the Life in Motion podcast to discuss his org’s successes and challenges, as well as his own passion for the outdoors.
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