What Climbing Mt. Everest Can Teach Us About Success

Posted by: Tim O'Brien

Sometimes the best business development and personal branding lessons are not learned through traditional sales experiences. My interview with Jamie Clarke is a great example.

Jamie is a modern-day Indiana Jones. Whether summiting the world’s seven highest peaks, including Mt. Everest, or motorcycling across the plains of Mongolia with his son, Kobe, there is no denying that Jamie knows what it takes to be successful.

In this interview I go deep with Jamie on his climb to the top of the world and what it took to succeed. The authenticity of Jamie’s personal brand is apparent from the start. The lessons he shares are applicable to business and every day life.

You won't be disappointed.

Key Takeaways

•    Who succeeds and who does not when climbing Mt. Everest
•    How to manage your emotions and behavior in the face of fear
•    The importance of personal brand management when climbing
•    What it takes to go that last 3,000 feet to the top of Mt. Everest
•    And so much more

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