TO ENDS OF THE EARTH
An extraordinary 15-year quest that led Peter Hillary to the North Pole, the South Pole, and the summit of Everest: The Dream, The Drive and the Dedication to the Goal.
€¢ Turning dreams into reality
€¢ Persistence and Perseverance
€¢ The importance of the People Factor
€¢ Dealing with tension and conflict in the team
€¢ Living outside your comfort zone for long periods of time
€¢ Seeking out and rejoicing in the beauty of our world
€¢ Setting new goals once you've achieved the dream.
This is a keynote address that's inspirational and entertaining. It's about goal-setting, problem solving and never losing sight of where you want to go.
CLIMB YOUR OWN EVEREST
Hillary's 10 Steps to the Summit of the World
1. Nothing ventured; nothing gained
2. Challenge = uncertainty = excitement
3. Fear makes you focus
4. Passion gives you confidence
5. Fun makes for a great team
6. Make sure you have more than one thing to live for
7. Resist the "flock factor"
8. "You are all you have"
9. Great challenges result in powerful experiences
10. A View from the Summit ... to new horizons
This is an inspirational presentation with many entertaining stories, woven around the principles that helped put the first father and son on top of the world. Ideal as a motivational address or as an after-dinner speech.
SURVIVE ... AND THRIVE
A story of those who died - and those who survived - on K2, the world's most savage mountain. Because surviving is the name of the game.
€¢ The secrets of surviving against the odds
€¢ Listening to your inner wisdom
€¢ Balancing risk with caution
€¢ Judging the situation for yourself
€¢ Becoming truly self-reliant
€¢ Learning from your mistakes
€¢ Life is the story of your challenges and what you learned from them.
Comment: It doesn't matter whether it is surviving a storm on a mountain or getting your team safely through a crisis; if you survive, you live to play another day, and you will be all the stronger for the experience. This is a very powerful story that will leave your audience breathless.