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Feb 10, 2021

Jaci Lyndon is a learning adventurist and host of a new podcast series "Mountain Musings". She loves learning and mountains, and when these two things come together, anything is possible! Jaci has a Masters in Workplace Learning from the University of Calgary and recently completed a graduate certificate in leadership studies at Royal Roads University. She teaches full time in post secondary education and treks around the world whenever she can!

 

In today’s episode, Jaci shares;

  • Several stories of her journeys climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Oyster Peak in the Canadian Rockies, and Mount Everest
  • 3 key lessons that her time in the mountains have taught her about life.
  • The purpose of pain, the value of vision, the joy of success

 

Jaci’s stories of her mountain climbs, mixed with the beautiful life lessons she has taken away from these difficult journeys make this episode so inspiring. Jaci reminds us that in our everyday lives we face mountains, some bigger than others, and we must decide which ones to tackle and climb. For the full transcription of this episode head over to EPISODE 049 - Three Things The Mountains Will Teach You About Life

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