By Tim Newark & Angus McBride
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I’d also like to apologize, in advance, to trees. If it happens that this book sells lots of hard copies—I’m sorry. Thank you for the paper. And to any company that makes pain relievers—you’re welcome for the boost in sales brought on by all of the people mentioned above who bought an excess amount of headache remedies throughout the process of helping me make this book a reality. Alison Levine Summer 2013 FOREWORD Alison Levine knows what adversity looks like. More than that, she knows what it feels like and how it can hurt.
On May 16, 1975, Junko Tabei reached the summit of Mount Everest and became the first woman to stand on top of the world’s highest mountain. She was four foot nine, thirty-five years old, and had a two-year-old daughter at home in Tokyo at the time. What made her accomplishment even more remarkable was that twelve days earlier, she and four of her teammates—all part of a Japanese women’s expedition—had been caught in an avalanche at Camp 2 and were completely buried. It took six Sherpas to dig them out.
I would be lying if I didn’t admit that it makes me feel proud that Alison has taken Duke banners to the top of many of the world’s highest peaks. But, frankly, more than that, I am proud to know her, to have talked about leadership and teamwork with her, and to have had the honor of contributing to this terrific book about leadership from one of the toughest leaders I know. S. National Olympic Team APPROACH May 17, 2010. Encouraging news. According to the weather forecasters, there will be a good weather window with no jet stream from May 22 to May 26.