The 5 Reasons Why I Trekked to Everest Base Camp

The 5 Reasons Why I Trekked to Everest Base Camp

Why Go To Everest Base Camp? Aside from the superficial allure and bragging rights of hiking to the bottom of the top of the world, I knew there was something stronger pulling me to the mountain. With the incredible lessons from summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro in December 2016 fresh in my mind, I decided to return to the mountains and High Altitude. Here are the five reasons I went and what I learned:

 

1)     I went because I can

There is no time like the present. Ever. In fact, It is the only thing we can be certain exists. The biggest reason why I went to Everest...

The Four Reasons I Took My Legal Practice Online To Travel The World

The Four Reasons I Took My Legal Practice Online To Travel The World

As I write this from a small café in Kathmandu, preparing to leave for a hike to Everest Base Camp, I can barely hide my smile. While the Nepalese air is a bit polluted from the traffic outside, I still breathe it in with a sense of pride. A few months ago, I decided to take my law firm, Conscious Counsel, online. The impetus for doing this was so that I could continue to grow and build my passion of lawyering for heart-leading businesses, but also live my dream of traveling the world at the same time.

Is there any proposition that seems more paradoxical then ‘lawyer’ and ‘traveller’? In our current paradigm, the answer is no. But...

Why I Shaved My Head and Donated My Hair

Why I Shaved My Head and Donated My Hair

I recently shaved my head and donated my hair to an organization which uses hair to make wigs for people who need it. It was something that I had wanted to do for a long time and the decision was deeply laced with intention. Here are the five reasons why I shaved my head and the significance behind a seemingly innocuous decision:

 

1)      People Need It

Let that sink in for a second...

Why I Ran a Half-Marathon Barefoot

Why I Ran a Half-Marathon Barefoot

I never thought of running half-marathon barefoot. But, as I crossed the finish line on Vancouver’s beautiful seawall with the sun glistening in my face, I knew I had made the right choice. The decision was less than 24-hours old and I trained 0.0kms barefoot, but completing the race reaffirmed some deep beliefs surrounding the execution of a goal once you commit to it. As I reflect on the experience, it is clear the lessons and impact run deeper – and I am more than happy to share.

 

Before getting into what I learned from the experience and how it relates to everything about life...