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Simple Truths for Life’s Complexities
We all climb some kind of mountain every day. By slowing down and considering our surroundings, we can better appreciate the journey and lead more productive, positive, and purposeful lives.
Gifts from the Mountain is a new full-length training program that helps viewers better handle everyday challenges in life and at work.
Author Eileen McDargh discusses how her backpacking trips around the world forced her to slow down, consider her surroundings, and get away from the demands of an otherwise hectic life. The lessons she learned helped her become more productive, positive, and purposeful at home and in the workplace. This beautiful and insightful film discusses some fundamental truths to help us deal with life’s complexities by enjoying the journey.
Use this film with your team to generate richer discussions about what matters most, because engagement comes from conversation.
Concepts from the film include:
- Look For Viewing Points
- Every Ounce Counts
- Don’t Cross The Creek Until You Come To It
- Watch For Wild Onions
- The Easy Trail Can Be The Most Dangerous
- Celebrate How Far You’ve Come
We live in a non-stop world where the demands of a hectic life force us to move faster and faster. Join author Eileen McDargh in Gifts from the Mountain where she discusses six fundamental truths to help us deal with life’s complexities. We all climb some kind of mountain every day. By slowing down and considering our surroundings, we can better appreciate the journey and lead more productive, positive, and purposeful lives.
- Gifts From the Mountain DVD (14 Minutes)
- Training Guide
- Firestarter Conversation Guides for All Users, Healthcare, & Education
- PowerPoint™ Presentation
- Complete Transcript
Based on the book Gifts from the Mountain, winner of the Benjamin Franklin Gold Award.
Guides & Workbooks
- Download Gifts from the Mountain - Trainer's Guide Preview
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