- Step 1: Leverage amnesia
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Easy, executable actions are the key to getting moving and gaining momentum toward any particular goal. As you complete each step, it becomes harder and harder to quit.
Step 1: Leverage amnesia
So here we are. What happens next? If you have before you a real, genuine challenge, there should be a part of you that is not sure you can complete it. But all you need is a chance—possible, not probable is the key. Now you need to get yourself far enough in, that backing out becomes just as daunting as pushing forward.
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It requires faith. In mountaineering, step four is often leaving base camp. You are on the side of a mountain in Alaska, part way up a steep and difficult-to-reverse route.
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Put on your icy boots and frozen crampons, and make your way up the summit. Brendan Aiken and the author ride a bush plane in Alaska. Most of my expeditions and big climbs have been shit shows. Luckily, nobody ever brings that up a year after the fact.
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We just remember the work and the experience. The flailing and uncertainty fade away.
I once decided to attempt an ultra-endurance linkup at my local crag. After convincing myself that climbing unique pitches in one day was possible, I started training for it. I threw myself at as many climbs as I could for weeks. I would often head out, midday in the blistering sun, to climb 20 pitches and intentionally leave my water at home. Each session, I would find myself climbing on the wrong aspect of a formation baking in the sun or without enough gear to properly protect a pitch, only to find a way to get it done anyway.
I know that things will go wrong, so I train for it. So expect things to go wrong, and when they do, pay little notice and find a workaround. Quit focusing on the pain and try to experience the feeling of achieving your goal. When I'm shivering on a tiny ice ledge, or find myself 2, feet up a big wall enveloped by a roaring wind, I often imagine myself at home with my friends over a beer. How would I tell this story?
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A hiccup. But Shumake faced his toughest test when he took on the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest peak on the Robert Shumake has effectively beaten the odds. But Shumake faced his toughest test when he took on the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest peak on the African continent, despite never having climbed before. The experience was far more difficult than Shumake had expected—and it almost cost him his life.
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