"I think your luck is created. Your success is directly related to the amount of work you put in."— Nick Hoffman
Today’s show is with a fiddle player, pilot, television host, hunter, producer, conservationist, POMA board member and so on and so on.
Nick Hoffman is a lot of things. I’d venture to say he and I have become friends over this last year, from meeting up at tradeshows and POMA this summer. I really like the guy. And I love what he’s all about.
He’s got a really interesting story and I think Nick has a good heart. In our short friendship together, he seems to be authentically Nick all the time. Camera on, camera off, it just seems like he’s always himself. In fact, when he and I presented together on POMA’s panel, he pulled up a picture of himself where he’d gotten scoped. If you don’t know what I mean, he had shot a rifle and the gun kicked the scope into his eyebrow, and he had blood running down his nose.
I thought that showed his personality. That’s a moment many TV show hosts would hide. They’d delete the footage and it’d never be spoken of again. But Nick led into his presentation with that with no shame.
You're going to really enjoy this one. So let's get to it.