The Loneliest Wolf: Lessons Learned From Leaving The Pack

The Loneliest Wolf:
Lessons Learned From Leaving The Pack

Show Notes

A lone wolf named Takaya was spotted living on an island by himself and stayed there in isolation for eight years. Despite all the odds, on an island where there was no natural food source, Takaya survived on his own.

A lone wolf doesn’t fit in with the pack. A lone wolf is a strong and powerful wolf who wants to seek their own territory and let the others stay behind in the family pack. 

There are lessons we can learn from lone wolves.

There are some people – and some animals – that prefer to be on their own, to figure out for themselves.

In the animal kingdom, there are lone wolves. Animals who, for reasons, break off from their families, their relatives and even their own offspring in order to form a new family of one.

When they strike out on their lonely journey, they leave behind tension and conflict with others who are part of their group. 

For lone wolves, it’s better to go it alone, than be part of the pack. 

Major Sources Cited In This Episode:
Ed Gold Interview July 23 2021 
Cheryl Alexander Interview Aug 25, 2021
Kira Cassidy Interview Nov 22, 2021
Takaya: Lone Wolf

Host and Writer: Peg Fong
Director: Callie O’Reilly
Theme music: Ian Lefeuvre and Ari Posner
Engineer: Geoff Devine
Series Producers: Debbie O’Reilly, Guillermo Serrano and Allison Pinches
Executive Producer: Terry O’Reilly

This show is brought to you by the Apostrophe Podcast Network and powered by Acast.

Show Notes

A lone wolf named Takaya was spotted living on an island by himself and stayed there in isolation for eight years. Despite all the odds, on an island where there was no natural food source, Takaya survived on his own.

A lone wolf doesn’t fit in with the pack. A lone wolf is a strong and powerful wolf who wants to seek their own territory and let the others stay behind in the family pack. 

There are lessons we can learn from lone wolves.

There are some people – and some animals – that prefer to be on their own, to figure out for themselves.

In the animal kingdom, there are lone wolves. Animals who, for reasons, break off from their families, their relatives and even their own offspring in order to form a new family of one.

When they strike out on their lonely journey, they leave behind tension and conflict with others who are part of their group. 

For lone wolves, it’s better to go it alone, than be part of the pack. 

Major Sources Cited In This Episode:
Ed Gold Interview July 23 2021 
Cheryl Alexander Interview Aug 25, 2021
Kira Cassidy Interview Nov 22, 2021
Takaya: Lone Wolf

Host and Writer: Peg Fong
Director: Callie O’Reilly
Theme music: Ian Lefeuvre and Ari Posner
Engineer: Geoff Devine
Series Producers: Debbie O’Reilly, Guillermo Serrano and Allison Pinches
Executive Producer: Terry O’Reilly

This show is brought to you by the Apostrophe Podcast Network and powered by Acast.

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