Category Archive for: ‘Leadership’

Lessons on Leadership & Teamwork from 700m Below Ground

The mountains have taught me a great deal about leadership and teamwork over the years. It seems that often the …

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Stangl Faked K2 Ascent: What Are We Climbing For?

News just came out this morning that Austrian speed climber Christian Stangl faked  his August 12 summit of K2. His was …

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Thursday Thought: Hegel, MLK, Obama, and the Dalai Lama

I definitely tend toward the left side of the political spectrum, and identify myself more as a Democrat than otherwise. …

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The Loss of a Legend: Dr. Charlie Houston, 1913-2009

Dr. Charles Houston, 1913-2009From Alpinist Magazine This morning, from several people, I heard the sad news that a climbing legend, …

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It’s not about death…but about life, and how to live…

By now, many of you have probably heard of Dr. Randy Pausch and his amazing "The Last Lecture". But, if …

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Success through outside-the-box thinking: LG India

Nine years and 14 days ago, my teammates had an amazing day: we discovered the 75 year old remains of …

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Brotherhood of the Rope

The term Brotherhood of the Rope is not a new one in mountaineering and climbing circles; it refers to the …

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