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by Alan Hobson,Jamie Clark
Everest adventurers and speakers Alan Hobson & Jamie Clarke believe life's Everyday Everests are harder to surmount than .
Everest adventurers and speakers Alan Hobson & Jamie Clarke believe life's Everyday Everests are harder to surmount than Mount Everest itself because they are longer-term. No one takes our picture or congratulates us when we get to the summit because there is no summit. The everyday mountains we climb keep getting higher and harder. and asking myself, "how were their situations in their pursuit of summiting Mount Everest similar to the struggles that each of us experiences in our own everyday lives.
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Jamie Clarke (born 1968) is a Canadian adventurer, author, filmmaker, actor, and public speaker. He has summitted Mt. Everest twice, climbed the Seven Summits, and is one of the few westerners who have crossed The Empty Quarter on camels. Clarke lives in Calgary, AB, where he co-owns two outdoor retail businesses, The Out There Adventure Centre and LiveOutThere.
The Power of Passion : Achieve Your Own Everests . by Alan Hobson and Jamie Clarke. Jamie Clark is the type of person you want to be associated with and you want your children to be around. Everybody has their own personal Everest they must climb at some time and this just story just goes to show that you don't fail as long as you don't give up and quit. Awesome, inspiring! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. Great story of human courage. Motivating and inspiring.
It will help you climb your own Everests - whatever mountains you are climbing in your own life. About the Author: In August 2000, Mt. Everest climber, summiteer, and prolific author, Alan Hobson, was diagnosed with leukemia (cancer of the blood) and given less than a year to live.
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In this book Alan and Jamie, who both summited Everest in 1997, discuss their 1991 and 1994 Everest attempts via the North Co. Author(s): Hobson, Alan & Jamie Clarke.
In this book Alan and Jamie, who both summited Everest in 1997, discuss their 1991 and 1994 Everest attempts via the North Col. Alan is a motivational speaker and has written two books on his Everest climbs.
The Power of Small: How Little Things Make all the Difference-Linda Kaplan Thaler and Robin Koval 22 POWER BIBLIOGRAPHY (CON’T).
Power of Passion-Achieve Your Own Everests-Alan and Jamie Clarke Hobson. Power Speak: Engage, Inspire, and Stimulate your Audience-Dorothy Leeds. The Power of Small: How Little Things Make all the Difference-Linda Kaplan Thaler and Robin Koval 22 POWER BIBLIOGRAPHY (CON’T). The Power to Achieve: 10 Steps to Great Results-Allan Cox. The Power of Who: You Already Know Everyone You Need to Know-Bob Beaudine. The Power to Get In-Michael Boylan.
In this book, Alan and Jamie share the true story of their struggle to climb Everest. It is far more than a mountaineering tale, it's a real-life story - a story of hopes and dreams, of tragedy and tenacity to which everyone can relate. Mostly, it's a story about triumph - a triumph of the human spirit. It will help you climb your own Everests - whatever mountains you are climbing in your own life.