This is some joyful footage at the end of a trek in Nepal. We'd had all sorts of struggles on this trip including a major change in direction, some tummy problems and altitude... everyone was in good spirits at the end, laughing like this.
I take executives to nature for a few days to create this VIP. Many entrepreneurs don’t have the time to invest in it, but I encourage them to do a trip to the Nepal Himalayas. Those mountains bring out an extraordinary honesty and it’s here that I encourage my clients to write their VIP.
That 10 day lost productive time, lost relationship time, lost social time needs to have an extreme return on investment, and from every testimonial written by entrepreneurs and business owner/managers who have come prepared and been prepared to journey through the VIP with me, there is no question of the value to them, their business and their relationship.
Loving people have loving relationship, and up in those mountains, inspired by the magnificence of the journey, challenged by my brutally simple honesty, those visions bring inspiration back down from the mountaintops and into the reality of everyday life.
We cannot give what we haven’t got. VIP is the greatest gift any leader, entrepreneur or business owner can give. It’s a rejuvenation of intent, both future and process.
Here, I have attached a workbook for a trek in Nepal. It's a big heavy document so which needs a big strong carrier. So, Maybe there are pages you can delete, printing two sides, shrinking the size. Whatever way you elect to carry this document, we'll enjoy reading, talking and playing with the contents. If you are reading this an not coming to Nepal, please feel free to download the document .. it's 9mb PDF but a worthwhile investment. Download Begins Here..
If we could simply stop wasting our energy, our life would be transformed overnight. We might run a mile and feel great, but the questions are: How soon could we do it again? How long does it take us to recover?
Before, during and after a trek in Nepal, your body goes through some serious and wonderful changes. The biggest of which, is the dumping of huge amounts of excess fluid. Weight loss 101.
But there's a more serious side to trekking and that is around the topic of nutrition. Firstly, consider the changes your body might experience simply going to a foreign land where spices, herbs and preparation of food is completely different to what you are used to.
Here's a great snap shot of a typical training session for me. The heart rate and the hill climbs are parallel showing that I pushed it each hill. Now, I don't want to be training all day so I just keep increasing the load on my feet (leg weights) and my back (pack with rice) ... that way, I work harder for shorter and gain the strength needed for the trips.