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5.0 out of 5 stars “To the summit and safe return” A strategic tool to achieve your own life aspirations. Globally available on www.amazon.com
Climbing High 20 years after. What happened? How to achieve the life you dream about?
Get to know Scott Fischer and Anatoli Boukreev – “Larger than life personalities” that left impressing impacts on the world.
This review is from: Climbing High: A Woman’s Account of Surviving the Everest Tragedy (Hardcover)
This is not a book that will cause controversy by laying blame on those who survived, or even more unacceptably on those who perished. This is a memoir by a woman who was qualified to be on the mountain. She raised sponsor money to make the attempt possible. She was not someone with more personal wealth than judgment that simply wrote a check for a thrill seeking adventure.
Scott Fischer was an extraordinary mountaineer according to any book that I have read. He invited Lene Gammelgaard on the expedition, and also was interested in marketing his company in Europe via this woman’s summit attempt. This woman was not a paid journalist; she was not the person who wanted to turn her climb into a media circus with a major American Network. If the expedition had not become a tragedy I doubt most non-climbers would even know her name. This was hardly the case with several others who were on the mountain at the same time. Lene summitted Everest, she survived the storm, she assisted others when they needed help, and she left the mountain with her body intact. One of the reasons for the last note is that she lacked the ego, or stated differently, had the good sense to talk to those who had climbed Everest, to inquire about what was most appropriate to bring, what their on the mountain experience had taught them. Far from being a sign of weakness it is an endorsement of her good judgment. Asking Anatoli Boukreev about the protection he uses for his hands on summit day is the kind of thinking that I would look for in a fellow climber. I would not want to be following those who were lugging satellite phones, computers and other nonsense to make daily appearances on national television.
This is a book about her experience from well before she ever stepped on a plane to the Himalaya. It is a very personal book, and her style of writing together with her philosophies of life may not read like a thriller, however the facts of what happened in May of 1996 need no embellishment. To me these are factors that brought her to the top and back down safely. This woman is no thrill seeker, she is not deluded about what an attempt on Everest means, and she shared her experience, she did not write a book embellishing the horror of an event that requires nothing more than a statement of facts. She also refrained from taking apart the conduct of other climbers. She was not shy about expressing her opinion, however she was generally on the mark with her thoughts. And finally, far from taking the Sherpa guides for granted, she repeatedly spoke of them as critical to her success and her survival.
For me, this was one of the better books I have read about that tragic May 1996 expedition.

5.0 out of 5 stars Opposing View, January 7, 2002
This review is from: Climbing High: A Woman’s Account of Surviving the Everest Tragedy (Hardcover)
I seem to be the odd person out in that I liked this book. This is not a book that will cause controversy by laying blame on those who survived, or even more unacceptably on those who perished. This is a memoir by a woman who was qualified to be on the mountain. She raised sponsor money to make the attempt possible. She was not someone with more personal wealth than judgment that simply wrote a check for a thrill seeking adventure.
Scott Fischer was an extraordinary mountaineer according to any book that I have read. He invited Lene Gammelgaard on the expedition, and also was interested in marketing his company in Europe via this woman’s summit attempt. This woman was not a paid journalist; she was not the person who wanted to turn her climb into a media circus with a major American Network. If the expedition had not become a tragedy I doubt most non-climbers would even know her name. This was hardly the case with several others who were on the mountain at the same time. Lene summitted Everest, she survived the storm, she assisted others when they needed help, and she left the mountain with her body intact. One of the reasons for the last note is that she lacked the ego, or stated differently, had the good sense to talk to those who had climbed Everest, to inquire about what was most appropriate to bring, what their on the mountain experience had taught them. Far from being a sign of weakness it is an endorsement of her good judgment. Asking Anatoli Boukreev about the protection he uses for his hands on summit day is the kind of thinking that I would look for in a fellow climber. I would not want to be following those who were lugging satellite phones, computers and other nonsense to make daily appearances on national television.
This is a book about her experience from well before she ever stepped on a plane to the Himalaya. It is a very personal book, and her style of writing together with her philosophies of life may not read like a thriller, however the facts of what happened in May of 1996 need no embellishment. To me these are factors that brought her to the top and back down safely. This woman is no thrill seeker, she is not deluded about what an attempt on Everest means, and she shared her experience, she did not write a book embellishing the horror of an event that requires nothing more than a statement of facts. She also refrained from taking apart the conduct of other climbers. She was not shy about expressing her opinion, however she was generally on the mark with her thoughts. And finally, far from taking the Sherpa guides for granted, she repeatedly spoke of them as critical to her success and her survival.
For me, this was one of the better books I have read about that tragic May 1996 expedition.5.0 out of 5 stars Opposing View, January 7, 2002
By taking a rest
This review is from: Climbing High: A Woman’s Account of Surviving the Everest Tragedy (Hardcover)
I seem to be the odd person out in that I liked this book. This is not a book that will cause controversy by laying blame on those who survived, or even more unacceptably on those who perished. This is a memoir by a woman who was qualified to be on the mountain. She raised sponsor money to make the attempt possible. She was not someone with more personal wealth than judgment that simply wrote a check for a thrill seeking adventure.
Scott Fischer was an extraordinary mountaineer according to any book that I have read. He invited Lene Gammelgaard on the expedition, and also was interested in marketing his company in Europe via this woman’s summit attempt. This woman was not a paid journalist; she was not the person who wanted to turn her climb into a media circus with a major American Network. If the expedition had not become a tragedy I doubt most non-climbers would even know her name. This was hardly the case with several others who were on the mountain at the same time. Lene summitted Everest, she survived the storm, she assisted others when they needed help, and she left the mountain with her body intact. One of the reasons for the last note is that she lacked the ego, or stated differently, had the good sense to talk to those who had climbed Everest, to inquire about what was most appropriate to bring, what their on the mountain experience had taught them. Far from being a sign of weakness it is an endorsement of her good judgment. Asking Anatoli Boukreev about the protection he uses for his hands on summit day is the kind of thinking that I would look for in a fellow climber. I would not want to be following those who were lugging satellite phones, computers and other nonsense to make daily appearances on national television.
This is a book about her experience from well before she ever stepped on a plane to the Himalaya. It is a very personal book, and her style of writing together with her philosophies of life may not read like a thriller, however the facts of what happened in May of 1996 need no embellishment. To me these are factors that brought her to the top and back down safely. This woman is no thrill seeker, she is not deluded about what an attempt on Everest means, and she shared her experience, she did not write a book embellishing the horror of an event that requires nothing more than a statement of facts. She also refrained from taking apart the conduct of other climbers. She was not shy about expressing her opinion, however she was generally on the mark with her thoughts. And finally, far from taking the Sherpa guides for granted, she repeatedly spoke of them as critical to her success and her survival.
For me, this was one of the better books I have read about that tragic May 1996 expedition.

Donald Trump is an absurdity

Aren’t we all? Donald Trump, demagogs in our past, could not be what they became – without masses of supporters. The state of our globe clearly proves that the human genetic desire to follow “someone” – instead of taking charge of our own lives – leads to disruption, chaos, war and break down in the complex institutions we have created to sustain world order.

UN, EU, The war against terrorism – Brexit, just to mention a few cases – that we MUST learn from. It seems as if we as humans – have a tendency to look for guidance and project our wish for solutions onto entities outside our sphere of influence. Probably a solution in the beginning, but at some point these institutions become complex and closes in upon themselves and stops delivering the solution to the problems they were meant to solve.

No human being is clever enough to hold the most powerful position in the world. Why do we sustain this position? What is it in our attitude towards our existence that makes us willing to wait for someone to lead the way? Ignite mass movements that becomes extremely powerful?

I claim it is high time that we as humane, educated race develops new ways of governing on the globe. We must question the matrix – probably a reminiscence from old times, when humans needed some “God” as regulator of the uncontrollable.

We ought to have outgrown the dysfunctional  illusion, that someone are capable of governing our destinies-for the greater good of mankind. As mature, educated populations it is high time to ? the fundamental construct of leaving too much power to any single – human individual or institution.

 

November 14, 2016

Just this moment – you are still alive

“Does your life feel like an exercise in survival?
Are you sometimes stuck in the feeling that nothing will ever change? Depressed because of the life you are missing out on?

Twist you mindset – what if you were dead? You would have been bitterly deprived of so many of life’s joys.

Each day we have is another day of life. And opportunities to practice focusing an all that is valuable. All the little -taken for granted pearls
in our lives. Healthy children, enough food, freedom to take a walk, pristine cold.

As long as you are alive – you can choose to change your life – or your mindset.

 

Just for Today: I am grateful to be alive. I will do something today to celebrate.—+

Menneskelig Innovation via Innovative mennesker. 

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Hyr Lene Gammelgaard og få strategien til programmering af hjernen til fornyet håb, kontinuerlig kampgejst og langsigtet succes

Lene Gammelgaards livs-mission har fokus på at bidrage til organisationers udvikling af mennesker, der kan lede nu og skabe resultater der bærer fremtiden. Lene’ unikke kombination af omfattende erfarings baseret viden, kombineret med den nyeste forskning på området ”Neuro Leadership” skaber fremdrift på trods af udfordringer.

Lene Gammelgaard kan med afsæt i potentialet i vor hjerne, motivere og inspirere dig til et helt andet funktions niveau. Hendes oplæg om menneskelige potentialer og opskriften på hvordan vi kan tage ansvar for selv-programmering, er intense og hun forsøder bestemt ikke virkeligheden med sin tilgang til eksistensen og hvad succes kræver af os. Lene Gammelgaard blev den 10 maj 1996 den første skandinaviske kvinde der besteg verdens højeste bjerg Mount Everest. Lene gjorde sig til en menneskelig forsøgskanin og afprøvede sin ”brain-programming” som strategi for at nå toppen og sikkert ned igen. Hendes præstation og overlevelse taler for sig selv. Igennem mere end 20 år har Lene specifikt fokuseret på at mobilisere mennesker og organisationer til at omforme deres vision af hvad der er muligt. Lene Gammelgaard plæderer for implementering af visionært lederskab og anstændigheds management.

 

Lene Gammelgaard’ Life Management bog “Valget er dit!”, blotlægger “New Hights” strategier til grundlæggende at ændre hvad det end måtte være – for at vinde i livet. Lene’ tilgang er en hyldest til en autentisk, realistisk og selvansvarlig måde at indstille os på livet-på livets vilkår, fagligt såvel som privat.

Lene’ seneste bog ”To the summit and safe return” fra 2015 er udgivet på www.amazon.com og uddyber den ”Brain-programming” der bragte hende til toppen. Foredrag

Invester i et af Lene Gammelgaards oplæg og test om hendes strategier mobiliserer viljen til at vinde i din organisation

 

Oplæg til overvejelse og handling, pluk gerne og bed om en dialog for at få afstemt jeres specifikke ønsker.

1.

Anstændige ledere inspirer til handling?

Har du lyst til at leve dit arbejdsliv, før du dør?

Revolutionerer nuets arbejds- og livs matrix.

Leverer din og din organisations fremtid et liv med formål?

Jeg er ikke din inspiration. Tag ansvar selv, mange tak!

 

2.

Vil du det virkelig?

Prøv noget nyt i 30 dage.

Hvordan får du dine ideer til at sprede sig?

Ønsker du at starte en bevægelse?

 

3.

Hvem styrer verden?

Lederskab granskes globalt og bliver fundet utilstrækkeligt af førende konsulenthuse – hvorfor underligger vi vores liv til dette underlige koncept?

Hvad kan du gøre for at være en innovativ frontløber i den nuværende æra af tab af visdom?

 

4.

Kunsten at skabe ærefrygt – Ledelse.

Har du modgiften mod apati i takt med at arbejde og tilværelsen bliver mere kompleks?

Modgangens muligheder. Lad altruisme være din guide til succes. Hvor risiko villig er du?

 

5.

Simplificer! Tre trin til at udnytte din hjernes programmerings kapacitet.

Ros langsommelighed. Dovenskab er vejviseren til opmærksom tilfredshed og innovative resultater.

Tag mere tid Off! Verden er i ombrud. Drop den patriarkalske arbejds matrix.

 

6.

Bliv muligheds udvikler. Hvem er jeg? Tænk igen – Kampen mellem dit nuværende og dit fremtidige selv.

Du kan kultivere nye hjerneceller og blive en muligheds udvikler.

Hyr Lene og hør hvordan …………

A new world order through neuro leadership?

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