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Benjamin F. Schenck
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Sioux Falls
Where have you lived and worked?
Custer, South Dakota
Estes, Colorado
Big Sky, Montana
Red Could Wilderness, Wyoming
Accra, Ghana
Chalan Pago, Guam
Los Angeles, California
About Me:
For seven years Benjamin trained survival skills for backpackers throughout some of the most extreme and challenging enviroments possible. He spent a year in Africa teaching the powerful strength of community to thousands as a missionary. And after five years in the US Navy training sailors, he has taken his life experiences and put them into processes he now trains on.

His practice of his own principles doubled his income and put him in the profession of his dreams!

Benjamin has authored several courses such as the The Transition , and Vison Quest Backpacking. He aims to help people grow and heal by deep nature immersion backpacking tripsand courses.

His work includes teachings from renowned authors like T. Harv Eker, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Robert Kiyosaki, Brian Tracy, and Greg Ehmka.

Schenck's high energy, high involvement style keeps his audience captivated. He teaches using ‘breakthrough' techniques and high involvement, ‘accelerated learning' technologies so that participants learn faster, remember more and achieve maximum results. The change in people is immediate and permanent.

Benjamin F. Schenck's motto is "how you do anything is how you do everything" and his unique ability is to get people to achieve on their highest of levels.
Last Seasonal Job:
Backpacking Guide in Absorka Beartooth Mountain Range
Favorite Seasonal Job:
Dream Job:
My own Backpacking Camp

Benjamin F. Schenck's Blog

Making A Mental Toolbox

Posted on September 19, 2008 at 2:39am 0 Comments

Getting out of the Navy was a difficult life step. Ask anyone who has been honorably discharged from military service. It’s almost as if something, or someone, dies inside. There is a period of mourning. The mourning can last a day or two for some. For me it lasted almost one and a half years.

During this time I started looking for the “new” me. I picked up a book that happened to be on my wife’s library shelf called “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. After reading what I still… Continue

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At 2:53pm on February 19, 2009, Shelby said…
So where will you be this summer man OFI for me

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