Advancing The “No Barriers” Approach To Life

by dpollak on 02/17/2017 · 0 comments

I can still remember tearing up at the 2014 Access: Velocity event as Erik Weihenmayer shared his “No Barriers” approach to life and perspective at the meeting.

Since that special time in Chicago, Erik’s been busy. He’s just released a new book, No Barriers: A Blind Man’s Journey to Kayak the Grand Canyon.

As always, Erik does a great job showing how we can move forward in our lives with growth and purpose. Here are a couple reviews:

“In this highly inspirational tale, the Grand Canyon, like Everest and other summits, becomes a metaphor for life: physical, mental, and psychological . . .  A wonderful tribute to the greatness of the human spirit.”  – Kirkus Reviews

“More than a story about a blind man converting the improbable to the possible, this volume provides a powerful testament to the human spirit… Guaranteed to inspire.” — Booklist

I would encourage you to get your copy, and advance your own “No Barriers” approach to life here.

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