We love the premise behind this book, that the key to unlocking your best life is through a solitary, 12-hour walk. This is clearly a different kind of personal growth book and one that ties into the hot topic of mind-body connection.
Millions of people dream of living a more fulfilling life, yet many settle for a life of comfortable complacency, allowing excuses and negative thoughts to invade their minds. I don’t have enough time...I don’t have enough money...I’m afraid to fail...I don’t have what it takes—we allow these limiting beliefs to control us.
Now comes The 12-Hour Walk, which provides the inspiration—and catalyst—for getting unstuck and realizing your full potential. Featuring life lessons from explorer, endurance athlete, and entrepreneur Colin O’Brady—whose adventures in such extreme places as Antarctica and the perilous Drake Passage and on the peaks of Mount Everest and K2 have seen him establish ten world records—this book’s vivid narrative and powerful insight will show you how you can embark on your own life-changing journey.
With Colin as your guide, The 12-Hour Walk asks you to invest one day in yourself. The goal? Conquering your mind and becoming your best self. By walking alone, unplugging, listening to the voice within, and rewriting the limiting beliefs etched into your psyche, you can break free of the patterns holding you back and learn how to cultivate a “Possible Mindset”—an empowered way of thinking that unlocks a life of limitless possibilities. The reward: being the hero of your own destiny.
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Table of Contents
Part I Introduction
1 What's Your Everest? 5
2 The 12-Hour Walk 19
Part II Limiting Beliefs
3 "I hate being uncomfortable." 35
4 "I'm not a _." 53
5 "I'm broken and will never be the same." 67
6 "I'm afraid of what people will say." 83
7 "I'm afraid of failing." 101
8 "I don't know what to do." 121
9 "I don't have the right friends." 139
10 "I don't have enough time." 161
11 "I don't have enough money." 183
12 "I don't have what it takes." 201
Part III Commit