Boldly Went

Adventure StoryTelling

 Write and Tell Your Outdoor Adventure Story Using a Quick & Easy 5-Rule Strategy 

Whether you’re a professional adventurer giving a presentation to a large crowd, or an amateur outdoor athlete who has had an amazing experience and you just want to tell your friends about it, this class is for you.

You’ll learn how to tell a captivating and compelling adventure story and incorporate it into any upcoming adventure presentation, talk, or at parties with friends. 

We’ll cover the Boldly Went Outdoor Adventure Storytelling Method, a 5-rule strategy that you can use to put any one of your captivating outdoor adventure stories together in an hour or less. 

As a class project, you’ll use the Boldly Went Worksheet to construct a solid outline of your outdoor adventure story that will fully engage and have people sitting on the edge of their seats.

This class is geared toward the individual outdoor adventurer who is preparing a story to be told to any size live audience. No experience is necessary. The points speak specifically to individual outdoors enthusiasts and athletes who want to make their presentations and conversations more engaging and worthwhile. 

About Our Instructor Angel Mathis:

Angel Mathis is the Lead Adventure Instigator of Boldly Went, a traveling adventure storytelling live show and weekly podcast that’s been downloaded more than 100,000 times. She loves creating inclusive spaces that provide equal access for outdoorists of all kinds to tell their most inspiring, intriguing, and impactful adventure stories.  

Angel is an accomplished adventurer herself, running across Spain on the el Camino de Santiago, running the Cascade Crest 100 miler, then getting so inspired to quit her full-time job as a Nurse Practitioner to go live outside for 5 months and hike the Pacific Crest Trail. That led to hundreds of other tiny and big life choices that have made her discover that it is possible to make adventure a lifestyle. She wants other people to feel empowered to find their inner dirtbag too, which is why she and her husband worked together to publish the book, The Dirtbag’s Guide to Life: Eternal Truth for Hiker Trash, Ski Bums, and Vagabonds