Survival can be summed up in three words - never give up. That's the heart of it really. Just keep trying.
Our fate is determined by how far we are prepared to push ourselves to stay alive - the decisions we make to survive. We must do whatever it takes to endure and make it through alive.
A man's pride can be his downfall, and he needs to learn when to turn to others for support and guidance.
To me, adventure has always been to me the connections and bounds you create with people when you're there. And you can have that anywhere.
The line between life or death is determined by what we are willing to do.
You only get one chance at life and you have to grab it boldly.
Look, sometimes, no matter how hard you try, sometimes you need a bit of luck.
Accidents on big mountains happen when people's ambitions cloud their good judgment. Good climbing is about climbing with heart and with instinct, not ambition and pride.
Survival requires us to leave our prejudices at home. It's about doing whatever it takes - and ultimately those with the biggest heart will win.
I am not fearless. I get scared plenty. But I have also learned how to channel that emotion to sharpen me.
My work is all about adventure and teamwork in some of the most inhospitable jungles, mountains and deserts on the planet. If you aren't able to look after yourself and each other, then people die.
Being brave isn't the absence of fear. Being brave is having that fear but finding a way through it.
Well, wolves will pretty rarely hunt. You're vulnerable if you're on your own or injured. But for lone wolves, get up high, show them that you're not injured, face 'em off, be authoritarian with it, and look 'em in the eye.
All my life the only thing I've been good at has been climbing and throwing myself off big things.
Adventure should be 80 percent 'I think this is manageable,' but it's good to have that last 20 percent where you're right outside your comfort zone. Still safe, but outside your comfort zone.
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