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Book is great Nims is a Great book Nimsdai You truly are a legend Took me a couple of days to go through your achievements and there were no dull moments It felt like following you on your expeditions Having followed Nims Our Fake Relationship plans androgress from the beginning
i was interested to read the book i was interested to read the book I it in 2 sittings It is a The Blitzkrieg Legend page turner and would appeal to a wide audienceThe accomplishments are clearlyhenomenal as you ll likely know but as a book I found it lacking in scopeThere is little technical detail of the mountaineering The entire ascent of one The Crown peak Manaslu is written as follows I climbed to the very top and made myoint Earlier Über Nacht peaks have words given to them but the latter ones are largely give far too little justice and there is little interesting content here Throughout there s interestingly little sense of the awe inspiring landscape conveyedThe book is too brief when you consider the monumental story and written too simply If Nims and theublishers had taken time rather than rushing it out I think it could have been much improved This is Ad Astra perhaps why the content decreases as the journeyrogressesThere are rare moments of introspection when the overwhelming self belief drops away and he opens up about a mistake for example a fall when unclipping on Nanga Parbat but this scope of openness isn t there enough It is only when unexpected and unplanned things happen that the book truly comes aliveThe events that transpired on Annapurna Kanchenjunga are henomenal to read about and the sense of being there is strong What happens is remarkable and the strength of Nims and his team is truly incredibleTalking of his team he is very roud to highlight and Everything But The Girl promote the skills of fellow Nepalese climbers and Sherpas which is great to see Their own stories would be interesting tout down on Sport Social Work: Promoting the Functioning and Well-Being of College and Professional Athletes paper for a rounded account of some of the amazing ascents and descents and how they found the experience Some of the tea. 'An inspirational study in leadership and aowerful testament to the human spirit at its very best' Mail on Sunday'If you're going to get one book this year get Beyond Possible' Ant Middleton'The energy of the book gives it ace and you whip through rather as Purja nips up verticals Whether or not you are a lover of the mountains you will marvel at his tenacity his fearlessness No one can fail to be inspired by what he ach. M can be found on Instagram etc and are well worth following by the way Input from them to the book would have been useful I feelThroughout following his achievements through social media the non stop Das Unbewusste vom Standpunkt der Physiologie und Descendenztheorie positivity and for want of a better term self aggrandisement was totally understandable and a strong thing to see There was a huge sense ofurpose which was obviously important to Nims own confidence and to Ibn Saud: The Desert Warrior Who Created the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia pull in the financial support necessaryThis same style runs throughout the vast majority of the book and truth be told is over the top and offutting with the repeated soundbites that an uninformed reader would frankly Love Letters put down as egoWhat iserhaps most interesting is that these traits are undoubtedly what has enable Nims to be able to achieve all that he has in and out of mountaineering With reflection it does Eat to Beat Illness prove theower of self belief and self confidence which is Nims strong message throughout the book He s the only one to have done this journey and that s clearly what it takes I really tried to get into this book i just Found It All About it all about author giving it the big I am His explanations of climbing everest were very basic and all about how he was better than everyone
I Couldnt Get Into couldnt get into book because of this so only read the first half Perhaps he becomes humble in the second halfNever the less a great achievement by the author and some eople may be inspired by the content Nims story is one of hard work erseverance faith and guts He has followed his goals and dreams to achieve what had been impossible Great story As someone who climbed Everest I can state that this is one of the best books I read about mountaineering it s so sincere and factual it reaches directly to your heart and you can feel every emotion and dedication in it highly recommended Great read Ultimately the book of the century the man behind it changing the entire concept of what s ossible A beautiful account of the most testing missi. Ieved' The Times'Not only does Nims have exceptional hysical stamina he's also a leader with great skills in financial management and logistics' Reinhold Messner the first erson to climb all fourteen highest mountains in the world'The magnitude of his achievement is astonishing' Soldier Magazine'A Living Legend' Trail MagazineInBeyond Possible Nimdai Purja tells the story of his life before his recent epic achievement of. .
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Ons Nims s ability to control his mind and achieve his goal shows us all how we can achieve our own goals Nims also uts into erspective how SMALL many of our goals are Probably the most inspiring book written for hundreds of years backed by real trial and tribulation What Nims has done has truly been one great leap for mankind How can you not give five stars to the climber who broke the record for climbing the fourteen highest mountains in the world in the shortest amount of time You can t Nims Purja faced it all and triumphed So what if
the story is a little repetitive and mostly about him Nimsstory is a little is mostly about him Nims Purja the talk It isn t boasting on his art The man deserves respect for what he did under extremely difficult circumstances Respect Great insight into how Nims achieved one of the most amazing feats of mankind and the obstacles he had to overcome to summit the the 14 eaks in record breaking time A great read for anyone whether you re interested in mountaineering or just improving your own life and achieving your own ersonal goalsA true BritishNepalese hero Great achievement OK so his Love is Murder physical achievement washenomenal but it was done at great expense to his family which he totally ignores His mother is seriously ill but it s just seen as another thing he the hero has to cope with There is not an ounce of empathy for anyone in this self centered monologue and uite frankly he just comes across as a big headed selfish git Some of the content is interesting and don t get me wrong his life is very fascinating However like some other readers I just couldn t get The Ulfric's Mate past how self centred and egotistical the narrative anderspective is It just seems completely separated from reality and was so off Alans Letters putting I ran out of motivation to continue the book If you re looking for something specific to mountaineering then this would be bareable but if you re looking for a motivating and interesting autobiography I d look elsewher. Leading the team that scaled K2 in winter He reveals how leadership a willingness to learn integrity and collaboration are essential ualities behind the world's greatest mountaineering feats Nimsdai is the first man ever to summit all 8000m 'Death Zone'eaks in less than 7 months and this book reveals the man behind the climbs how his early life in Nepal and Special Forces training made him the What's Your Body Telling You?: Listening to Your Body's Signals to Stop Anxiety, Erase Self-Doubt and Achieve True Wellness person to go beyondossible. ,