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Overcoming Adversity and Reaching Higher Goals - January 2020 PowerLunch

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Thursday, January 16, 2020
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (MST)
PPA Event Center
2105 Decatur Street
Denver, CO 80211-5125
United States

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Everest Resilience:  Overcoming Adversity and Reaching High Goals

During his first Everest attempt in 2015, Jim and his team were trapped at Camp 1 by massive earthquakes and avalanches.  After recovering from this huge setback, he trained even harder and returned in 2017 to summit Mt. Everest.

Work, life and climbing always include change, challenge and uncertainty.  Struggling up Mount Everest reveals how resilience allows you to overcome adversities and can reach high goals.  In this thrilling keynote, Jim shares hard-won resilience lessons on how you can:

  • Adapt to change
  • Face uncertainty
  • Overcome challenges
  • Recover from setbacks
  • Cultivate a resilient mindset
  • Leverage your personal resilience
  • Increase your resilience through post-traumatic growth
  • Persevere and become more 


About Jim Davidson:

Jim Davidson is a resilience expert and professional speaker who provides presentations about personal resilience, resilient teamwork and resilient leadership. He speaks to top-quality organizations like Marriott, National Geographic, US Army, Nokia, UPS, Nationwide Insurance, OppenheimerFunds, and more.

Jim shares stories, lessons and techniques for overcoming adversity and reaching high goals. Jim has presented inspirational keynotes and workshops at international sales conferences, leadership retreats, and corporate meetings for 14 years.

 


Jim is the co-author of the the New York Times best-selling survival memoir, “The Ledge: An Inspirational Story of Friendship and Survival”. The Ledge was picked one of the Best Books of the Year by Amazon and it won the National Outdoor Book Award for Outdoor Literature. The Ledge tells the epic story of how Jim escaped alone from being trapped 80 feet down inside a glacial crevasse. His survival story is so amazing that it was also made into a one-hour episode of the hit international TV show “I Shouldn’t Be Alive” on the Discovery Channel.
 


 

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For More Information:

Betty Knechtbetty@aamdhq.org