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Beyond The Summit : The Story Of One Man's Need To Scale His Inner Self After Climbing Everest

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ISBN: 9781916086364
AuthorLally, Kieran
Pub Date01/11/2021
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
Dewey920.LAL
Publisher: Unknown
Quick overview In 2013, Mayo native Kieran Lally climbed Mount Everest to fulfil a lifelong ambition – he also hoped it would help to silence the inner critic who constantly belittled his existence. However, the positive feeling from his magnificent personal achievement proved ephemeral – leaving him with the even greater challenge of undertaking an inner climb ‘Beyond The Summit’ to a place of self-discovery. This fascinating account journeys through his young and formative life experiences and, by interweaving this narrative with the immediacy of a step-by-step account of his climb to Everest’s summit in 2013, he brings extra depth and understanding to what motivates and simultaneously sabotages our outlooks in life.
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