The match guy series continues, and some rules get broken.
Then a letter gets answered and diet mountain dew gets blamed for poor podcast etiquette.
Steve looks up the lyrics to a Van Halen song that he head never been able to understand and discovers inspiration.
The greatest piece of recorded music ever, and a new way to think of training vs. match mentality.
Plus, tight pants at the airport and how to avoid writing a check for 123 Million Dollars.
Steve is back in Ohio and has unpacked enough to get the "get to work" studio up and running, complete with a Superman paint motif and hot wheels curtains.
What else would you expect?
Today's show has:
Steve's favorite EVH solo
Epic levels of dog noise
A very good question from a very smart person
Hope we did 'em justice.
Steve expands on the idea of scoring the sight picture, talks about the process of buying an open gun, and lets a little off-color PG-13 language slip.
Parents, may want to screen this one before the kids hear it.
Thanks and enjoy!
First Chapter of the new book, with commentary at the end.
If you don't want to wait a month to hear it all, you could order one from AndersonShooting.com or amazon.com. I'd sure appreciate it.
Tonight we talk to Heather Bassham Sumlin and her son Austin about growing up around Lanny Bassham and Mental Management.
We also get Heather's advice for a Lumberjack who is afraid of heights.
In the introduction, Steve explains the 2 reasons he wrote "Get to Work."
It won't be a surprise to learn that a dog is one of them
A simple 5 step plan that works every time. Or is it 6?
What if the award went to the most prepared?
Would that change anything?
Steve gets feisty, then preachy, then breaks into song.
A question, an answer, and eventually a topic.
I forgot to mention this during the show... I'm thinking of taking a glass jar to matches and calling it the error jar. Anytime someone wants to discuss their mistakes during the match they have to put a dollar in. :)
I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble...