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"If you're not dreaming, you're not even trying."
Eric West - Showing Up
Eric West is an author, adventurer, and professional leadership facilitator and coach. Born on Mt. Everest, his brand Showing Up continues to inspire audiences of all ages and backgrounds through keynote presentations and leadership workshops. West is the creator of the Showing Up magazine and author of the best-selling book Showing Up. He is also co-author and editor of the book Brightside, Unimaginable tales from an undertaker. He insists that your dreams are important, your dreams deserve your time, nothing takes the place of your presence, and Showing Up works. A gifted storyteller, West guides aspiring authors through the arduous task of crafting, editing and presenting the written and spoken piece. He is versed in the four stages of book and manuscript creation: Writing, editing, publishing and marketing. From proper word choice to tips on public speaking, West's compelling tales in his books, blogs and speech writing will make you a believer in your big project. He encourages you to take a chance on your Mt. Everest-sized dream; ordinary people can astonish themselves when going after something big.
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I imagine you've met a lot of interesting people during you treks up the mountains. Was there a common theme among the people you met? What is the most common thing that drives people to climb Mt. Everest? Or was it different for everyone?
It seems that you've experienced wonderful things by showing up and visiting exotic locations around the world. Was there ever a time that "showing up" got you in trouble?