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by Alan Hobson,Jamie Clark

  • ISBN: 0968243002
  • Author: Alan Hobson,Jamie Clark
  • ePub ver: 1635 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 192
  • Publisher: Inner Everests Inc; 1st edition (June 1997)
  • Formats: docx lit mobi txt
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Subcategory: Motivational
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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.

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.

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.

Comments (7)

Thetalen
Simultaneously, "The Power of Passion: Achieve Your Own Everest" is both entertaining and self-developmental. Much like a Steinbeck novel that fully captures our attention, when I read Hobson and Clarke's reflections of their Everest adventure I felt more like I was there with them at their cold high altitude camps than here as a reader in the comfortable warmth of my cozy den. On the other hand, and at a deeper level, as their subtitle "Achieve Your Own Everest" implies, Hobson and Clarke are writing about every human's pursuit of their deepest (tallest) dream. As their title implies, "The Power of Passion" is necessary to fuel our journeys toward accomplishing our dreams. While all the current business achievement hype acknowledges our need for preparation, relationship skills, and execution, Hobson and Clarke found their biggest and most enduing obstacle in their differences of values. Additionally, their underlying struggle, "were they leaders or were they climbers" is an interesting metaphor for a common phenomenon that we see in today's controversial business and politics.

While I was tempted to read "The Power of Passion: Achieve Your Own Everest" in a single setting, I found great value in reflecting on each chapter's situations...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." Interestingly, Hobson and Clarke's journeys and course corrections are applicable models for achieving our own interpersonal and professional goals. I highly recommend this reading for professionals searching their way up the Mount Everest's in their careers.
DABY
Jamie and Alan found out more about themselves on that mountian then they ever would have imagined. Some of it was bad, but most of it seemed to be positive. They learned that it's not necessarily the summit that makes you succeed but the path you take to get there. It had me almost in tears at times and I was surprised that it had the power and appeal to do that. If you stories of hope then this is for you.
zzzachibis
The Power of Passion is an Excellent, inspiring book, and worth the read. Having met the authors so years ago the purchase was a gift by me for someone.
Nagor
Using the challenges of climbing Mt. Everest as a metaphor for how we make lasting breakthroughs in our lives is excellent.

I chose this book because I was looking for something that I hadn't already read, to guide me to focus upon unconscious limitations that need to face.

Ten pages into this book, I've identified and continue to work on those limitations, as I shared the detailed challenges of the authors of this book.

The one thing that I would have liked to have seen, with this book, that was not here is photographs that detail key points about their trip. I kept having to ask myself, "What does that look like? Where are they now?"

As a motivational book; however, this is an excellent tool.
Snake Rocking
Ditto on what Rockford Illinois said: I heard Jamie Clarke speak and found him to be quite fascinating and was inspired to get and read his book, "The Power of Passion". The book was very good but not near as good as hearing Mr. Clarke speak in person. If you ever have a chance to hear him speak, don't miss it. If not that, read his book. It's more than about climbing a mountain, it's about striving to do our best, to try our hardest in what ever we do every day. Everyone has a "mountain". We each need to face the challenge and strive to do our best to conquer it. ********** I bought multiple copies of this book to hand out to friends! All of my friends now own a copy, so I want to share this with all of my Amazonian friends! Enjoy!!!
Endieyab
I heard Jamie Clarke speak and found him to be quite fascinating and was inspired to get and read his book, "The Power of Passion". The book was very good but not near as good as hearing Mr. Clarke speak in person. If you ever have a chance to hear him speak, don't miss it. If not that, read his book. It's more than about climbing a mountain, it's about striving to do our best, to try our hardest in what ever we do every day. Everyone has a "mountain". We each need to face the challenge and strive to do our best to conquer it.
Flamekiller
WoW, At first this sounded kinda boring, like o wow another inspirational speaker, But only minutes later, I was taking in everyword i read and heard him say. Im am a 17 year old teenager from california. This book is the top of all inspirational books, i could only give it 5 stars, i'd give it more if I could
Great story of human courage. Motivating and inspiring. The book holds you as if you were there with them on the mountain as they struggle against the mountain and themsleves. Highly recomend!

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