Finding Your Summit Podcast
Stories with fascinating people of amazing accomplishment. Hosted by Mark Pattison.
116: Mark Gainey: A champion runner in high school led Mark to being part of the Harvard rowing team and taught him about the principals of team work, discipline and building something great. This is what he has done with one of the world’s top fitness app’s as he goes through the journey he has been on…
Mark Gainey Mark Gainey was born in Denver Colorado and was raised in “the divorce capital of the world,” Reno Las Vegas. Mark Gainey knew
114: Nat Strand: the first female team to win The Amazing Race while dealing with being a Type 1 Diabetic. Heroic effort for someone who’s life is run by the up’s and downs of managing her daily sugar levels…
Nat Strand Nat Strand has some very wise and powerful words about diabetes: “It’s not a limitation. It’s a challenge that we can all rise
113: Brian Dickinson: Going snow blind on the top of Mt Everest and then trying to figure out a way down the mountain by himself.. This was a Blind Decent but lived to talk about it.
Brian Dickinson Brian Dickinson, “It’s a mountain, and people want to climb it and it’s getting more popular, just climbing in general, and it’s a
112: Jeffrey Glasbrenner: Motivational Speaker, Athlete, Author, and Father refused to allow becoming an amputee to prevent him from athletic competition and mountain climbing.
Jeffrey Glasbrenner On July 30th 1980, when guest Jeffrey Glasbrenner was still only 8-years old, growing up in Boscobel, Wisconsin in the Southwest part of
111: Debra Meyerson, PhD: Retired Tenured Professor at Stanford University and Author, has not only overcome a stroke that attacked the right side of her body, but she is helping others cope by releasing her book “Identity Theft.”
Debra Meyerson, PhD Debra Meyerson holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Organizational Behavior Studies at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. Debra went on
110: Howard Behar: Retired President of Starbucks, Author, Speaker, and Adviser has helped Starbucks overcome obstacles to become the premium coffee company in the world by putting people first.
Howard Behar Howard Behar is not just the man that retired from the epic coffee company Starbucks, but he has been favorably referred to as