The parallel between Hiking and Leadership


World history bears the name of great men who challenged themselves in climbing the highest peaks. The hike to the top is always tough and needs you to push your limits. When we talk about hiking one great man’s name come to my mind – Edmund Hillary. He was was a theoretician in the 19s. But, he was world renowned for the first successful ascent and descent of Everest in 1953. Enough of the past history.

Today I am here to talk about the connection between hiking and Leadership. Mountains are the best analogy for you to picture what it will be like to be a leader. I believe there are quite a few connections between these two distinct tasks. Being a leader you go through several experiences that challenges your inner and outer behavior. You adapt to every situations to lead your people. 

Yesterday I hiked Le Pouce Mountain. It…

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