When David was in his forties, his life hit rock bottom. Looking up from the bottom of the barrel, he decided to embark on a 7 year journey to climb the 7 summits. We talk about the most frightening moment of his life in the shadow of Mt. Everest, why ...
When David was in his forties, his life hit rock bottom. Looking up from the bottom of the barrel, he decided to embark on a 7 year journey to climb the 7 summits. We talk about the most frightening moment of his life in the shadow of Mt. Everest, why climbers who are only doing it to reach the summit will most likely never get there, the birthday gift from his sister that ultimately began his journey to the top, as well as why being at the lowest point of your life makes you bulletproof... for a while.
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David Mauro is the author of The Altitude Journals: A Seven-Year Journey from the Lowest Point in My Life to the Highest Point on Earth
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In addition to working as a Certified Financial Planner®, David Mauro writes for Adventures Northwest magazine and blogs extensively on topics ranging from mountain climbing to why sardines are safe. In the course of his acting career David has appeared in several commercials for television, the internet, print and radio. In one recent TV commercial he represented a large chain of carpet stores and as a result is now better known for hawking carpet than for summiting Mt Everest.