Climbing the Summit of “Your” life

Dyess Airman climbs highest summit in North America

Mentors and the kind people we meet on our path are truly a blessing. From my experience, the best lessons take place, without notice.  Observing strong leadership actions and speech can do wonders for one’s self-development.

It’s easy to get caught up in the “magic recipe” for success and duplicating another’s actions, then wondering why the result is not same?  When the truth is that each person has their own path. If you follow certain proven principles + resilient work ethic= It will lead you to the Summit of “Your” life.

Khalil Gibran said, “The teacher who is indeed wise does not bid you to enter the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your mind.”

I’m just a simple kid from the Bay Area, on a journey to the Summit of my life.

Let’s climb this mountain together.