1.2.14

Lessons From Mt. Kilimanjaro

by Christina Rowsell
supplied by Motivated By Nature - Release
The Brighter Side



In 2011, Susanne climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro which is Africa’s highest peak at 5,895 metres. She learned many lessons not only climbing up the mountain but also in descending back down. She candidly shares these insights that are applicable both personally and professionally.

Join local award-winning author, inspirational speaker and FUNdraiser, Susanne Heaton, to discover the many insights she learned from both climbing and descending Africa’s highest mountain in 2011.

She will be doing two FREE talks for the public through the Calgary Library on:
Tuesday, Feb.4, 2014 from 7-8:30 pm at Signal Hill.  Register HERE

A second talk will be on Friday, Feb 7, 2014 at Shawnessy Library from 2-3:30 pm.  Register for this location HERE

Susanne believes firmly in the quote by the late, great Nelson Mandela, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” In conjunction with her climb, Susanne ended up raising $5,185.  This money went directly towards funding the operations of the Makuleke Community Library in a remote region of the north eastern part of South Africa.  Raising these funds for a worthy cause helped inspire Susanne to reach the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro. 

Come out and prepare to be inspired to dream and scheme of faraway places.  Susanne’s storytelling provides valuable examples of personal awareness lessons that can be applied both personally and professionally. 

Motivated By Nature on Twitter
Motivated By Nature on Facebook
Motivated By Nature on YouTube
Motivated By Nature online - www.motivatedbynature.com