In the first episode of The Wisdom Chain Podcast, we introduced you to Dick Anderson, the founder of an innovative philosophy for work, family, faith, and everything in between. And we heard how TRMF President Randy Hatzenbuhler interprets that philosophy and finds success.
But how do we make the Wisdom Chain work? That’s the question our next speaker, Ed Schafer, pondered as he prepared his remarks for Wisdom Chain Day 2021 in Medora.
Listen to Episode 2 of the Wisdom Chain Podcast to hear how the former Governor of North Dakota, the former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, and the current Chair of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation believes our goals can be accomplished.
On June 15th, 2021, the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation welcomed five fantastic speakers to the Rough Riders Hotel in Medora. There, those speakers shared wisdom that applies to business, family, faith, and everything in between.
We called it the first annual Wisdom Chain Day—and it was a wonderful event. We had a conference room full of business leaders from not only North Dakota, but around the country. But in case you weren’t able to join us, we wanted to make all five of those presentations available to you in podcast form!
Our first episode is about The Wisdom Chain Philosophy, and it features a presentation by TRMF President Randy Hatzenbuhler. Listen below!
Each week for the next five weeks, we’ll release another Wisdom Chain speech in your podcast feed. Just follow the links below to subscribe, and they’ll show up right in your favorite podcast app!
We have some amazing people in Medora — it seems like the place has a gravitational pull for great talent and passionate people, maybe the most popular in history was THE Theodore Roosevelt.
Now, we celebrate our 26th President every day in Medora — and hundreds, maybe thousands, of the folks who work in and for the organizations that welcome guests here, have their own inspiration and connection to the President, the Badlands, and the things that make Medora so special.
For the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation’s, Justin Fisk, a unique combination of history “nerd-out opportunities,” Broadway entertainment at the Medora Musical, and epic adventure on the Maah Daah Hey Trail with his family make it a place he loves to work and play.