Leading In The Face Of Fear
Source: American Management Association
Vapor from my breath immediately freezes on my beard. At 25 below zero and 26,500 feet above sea level, I'm lucky to be breathing at all. At this altitude, there's barely one-third the oxygen at sea level. With so little oxygen reaching our brains and finger tips, the author struggle to stay warm, think straight and climb higher. This is not just any mountain. It's K2: the world's second-highest and most feared peak. For our team, this day will be the ultimate test.