A Visit To Nonprophet

I was incredibly fortunate to have had the chance to spend all of yesterday with Mark Twight at Nonprophet.

The idea originally was to go there, meet Mark, whom I’ve followed for many, many years and it’s one of the people I consider my “mentors”, and record an episode for the Adversarial Conversations Podcast (now gone), but it turned out to be so much more. I arrived in the morning, and after a period where Mark and I chatted about who I am, and what I’ve done, he and I headed to a local cafe for some really interesting conversations about human nature, climbing, the need to break the norms, and disrupt. I think it was a good breaking-the-ice moment.

It was so refreshing to have a conversation without having to be guarded of what or how I say things. Mark was also very open, honest and to the point, something I truly appreciate.

Nonprophet Mark (right) and Michael (left) during our recording.

Refuge Refuge by Mark Twight.

Mark Twight Mark, always with a camera on him, walking out of frame, and out of focus, on the Space.

We returned to Mark and Michael’s “Space”, a place where physical and mental exercise happens, often in breaking the limits ways, where I had the chance to talk to Erin Blevins from ShututEAT about traveling and being outdoors. It was good, open and energizing. I then engaged with Michael. A deep and inquisitive man as well, Michael brings a different view to things, and the synergy that he and Mark have is very evident, when you listen to their podcast, the Nonprophet Podcast. It was a great conversation as well. Centered around mindset.

Mark asked me if we should invite Michael to the recording, and I said yes. So, off we went to record.

Mark Twight Mark Twight

We recorded for almost 2 hours. It was a good, and interesting conversation, with serious and light topics. Tons of good stories!

After that, I’ve got to spend a really good time with Mark, with some good ramen along the way. It was an awesome experience. A once-in-a-lifetime experience, I believe.

Thank you Mark and thank you Michael.

Mark Twight

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