Mount Everest: 4 Hard Lessons From A Woman Who Conquered It

Less than 500 women have reached the summit of Mount Everest. This episode’s guest is one of them. Alison Levine is an extreme adventurer. She’s climbed the highest peaks on all seven continents and was the first American to complete a 600-mile traverse from West Antartica to the South Pole.


In this episode, we hear stories and lessons from her New York Times Bestselling Book: “On The Edge: Leadership Lessons From Mount Everest And Other Extreme Environments”.

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  1. Florine Dalgety says:

    Tremendous.Her personal decision to start something as huge as that at 30 is amazing. Her systematic training is commendable, but her staying up all night to prepare her first public speech is amazing. Her slogan”Be so good they can’t ignore you is worth emulating” as is her concern to give the audience something worthwhile since they are giving her their valuable time. Loved it


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