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Declare Your Current Climb

Declare Your Current Climb

Climbing is easier than what you are trying to accomplish in your life every day. Think I’m crazy? I honestly believe this for several reasons. Number one is that climbing demands a unique clarity of purpose and an outright declaration of focus. In the mountains, you must Declare a Current Climb or you will get… Continue Reading

Get Ready for the Next Summit

Get Ready for the Next Summit

“Once you finally get that summit, that’s it then, right?” I was shocked! This simple question from an audience member revealed a major gap in my content and message until that point. How had he missed that the summits never end? (Well, at least until we summit our last summit of life, which of course… Continue Reading

Celebrate All Summits, Big and Small

Celebrate All Summits, Big and Small

Celebrating our achievements is a crucial key to one’s success. I believe we “summit” more often than we realize in our lives. Some days, it’s all a grind. The climbing never stops, or perhaps despite our best efforts and all the energy we have already invested, conditions erode our spirit and we feel like we… Continue Reading

Two Essential Questions to Get On Belay

Two Essential Questions to Get On Belay

In my last post, Get On Belay!, I wrote about the importance of the belay process in climbing. When executed consistently in your day-to-day life, the On Belay lesson will have a dramatic impact on your results. I invite you to get into action with the Belay principle in just five minutes a day, leveraging three simple steps. Every day… Continue Reading

Get On Belay!

Get On Belay!

In climbing, the belay process is absolutely critical. It is the difference between life and death, safe passage to the summit and utter disaster. It is the foremost element of trust in a climbing partner; if you have a shadow of doubt about your belayer, it undermines every thought and move you make in The… Continue Reading

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