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Walt & Connie from Sterling, Alaska know what they have to offer. Straight-up knives.

What do you have to offer. Can you put it in such direct terms.

About the Author: Melissa Karnaze is the founder of Mindful Construct. Check out her free e-class, 'Your Life is Your Construct' and get inspired to make the best of your life.



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Dan Collins August 6, 2010 at 11:56 am

I loved this post. Thanks so much for the beauty and simplicity.
Having visited Kenai last year, best vacation I’ve ever had, I could really relate to the story as a visitor, salesperson, simple guy, business leader and marketer. You hit all points very well.

Abubakar Jamil August 7, 2010 at 3:36 am


This is probably the simplest and most accurate explanation of passion and passionation people.

“Passionate people don’t live double lives; they live and breathe their passions. Because they know how to sell their passion to the rest of the world. They know what makes them one of a kind, and what they have to offer the world, what they want to offer.”

Good to read you again.

Birdy Diamond August 8, 2010 at 5:07 am

At the very end of the day – connection.

Melissa Karnaze August 8, 2010 at 6:43 am

Dan, Kenai really does grow on you! Did you do any fishing? Great to hear that it spoke to you on different levels, thanks for sharing!

Thanks Abubakar, I’ve tried not to write about passion early on because it’s often over-hyped and put into non-practical terms, but that giant knife got me going!

Walt Campbell August 22, 2010 at 4:02 pm

As co-owner of Walt and Connie’s Knives, I want to tell you how much I enjoyed reading your article! Connie and I thank you all for your past business! See you in the summer of 2011!


Don & Julie Koberstein August 23, 2010 at 9:44 am

Another Summer’s end – just looked out the window and the birch leaves are beginning to turn yellow. So by that reckoning, I guess its time for Walt and Connie to close up their Knife Shop and head for home.

Sorry I didn’t make it to the knife shop this year – it’s only 5 or 6 miles from where I live. Well maybe next year.

I know Walt is very passionate about the knives he makes. Why shouldn’t he be, he makes most of them. Anyone that uses knives will appreciate the fact that Walt puts his heart into what he does – making and selling knives. He learned this trade from his Father. Connie is Walt’s ‘back-up support’. But she is also a ‘stand’ alone woman – she has her own career path.

I enjoyed the article on ‘What an Alaskan Knife Shop Can Teach You About Being Passionate”.

Walt & Connie – have a safe trip back home, and make sure your pilot knows how to fly that plane. Seems like we’ve had small plane crashes every other day this Alaskan Summer. Now today another one is missing over SW Alaska.

Carol Collins August 23, 2010 at 7:04 pm

How appropriate that you found Walt and Connie’s Knife shop to illustrate your concept of pure and simple passion for life, for that is what they have! You can’t be around them without wanting to live life to the fullest. I’m from their “Lower 48” hometown, and get to enjoy them nine months of the year. Walt and Connie’s Knives have to be the finest quality, for that’s the kind of people they are.

Melissa Karnaze August 24, 2010 at 8:26 am

Walt, so great to see you here! You and Connie are always a pleasure to visit, and your knives are awesome! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. :)

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