10 simple steps for being a guide in Yellowstone National Park:
Spend years exploring Yellowstone National Park on your own time, with friends and family, and with guests
Dive deep into learning two or three things that you are REALLY passionate about in Yellowstone
Be curious, ask questions, listen intently, look carefully, speak intentionally, live intentionally
Understand your own story, so you can share it with others
Never stop learning—on your own time and from the people you spend time with. Keep adding and expanding on what you know and love
Friends are the family you choose—and so are guides! Be part of a team of guides, who feel like they are part of your family
If you don’t like doing something, your guests probably won’t either. If you love doing something and can share that love, your guests will probably love it, too!
Collaborate with business partners on how to build the best Big Sky and Yellowstone experiences, for yourself and for who you share Yellowstone with
Build your ‘Store’: Showcase your experiences and what you offer; find a way for people to imagine themselves on an adventure with you and making new memories. Design a website, invest in a comfortable vehicle
Come up with wacky SEO phrases, so people can find you on the Internet (Hint: Ask a Millennial for suggestions):
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What will make a Yellowstone experience memorable for you? Tell us!