All great journeys--and businesses--are begun on the strength of just one individual and their dream.
In this episode of my Radio Show I talk to Susan Harper Todd about her amazing journey to the summit of Everest.
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Like most inspired success stories, it all started with a tragedy. But it's what happened after the tragedy, that transformed Susan, making her move forward on making her dream of climbing Everest a reality.
"If there is something you want to do in your life, you better go on and do it," is Susan's advice to everyone sitting on the sidelines of their dreams.
Whether you're climbing real mountains, or entrepreneurial mountains, trying to turn your business dream into success, all of us are confronting doubt and fear every day in our journeys. How we respond to doubt and fear is what separates those who succeed from those who fail.
"You have to be strong in your mind, and you can't quit," says Susan.
Even when most of what she was doing was "very, very scary," Susan persevered using tools she shares in this interview, to help you beat doubt and fear to climb your own mountain.
"Life is too short for fear. Life is too short for self doubt," says Susan."Do something with your life. There's so much waiting out there for you, and it's so beautiful."
Susan now runs a coaching and expedition business, applying her own experience of conquering mountains of doubt and fear to helping others conquer their Everest--whatever it may be.
To learn more about Susan Harper Todd and how you can join her in her next trek to Everest base camp, visit www.susanharpertodd.com.
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