As usual, I’d like to recap how things went in 2021 and then set some goals for 2022. So, I’m going to go over those new goals with you right now, give you a brief overview of how I plan on accomplishing them, and give you a preview of what 2022 will look like with the Big Game Hunting Podcast. In that vein, I’m also looking for some feedback and listener suggestions for future episodes.
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What We Covered
1) Details on my short term goals for 2022.
2) What my medium terms goals are and how I plan on accomplishing those goals.
3) How I plan on accomplishing my long term goal of harvesting a bull moose.
4) A brief sneak peak at what 2022 holds for The Big Game Hunting Podcast.
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