Sometimes you need to climb an alternative peak.
The obstacles that you might think exist can stop you from moving forward or achieving your dreams. That’s why finding ‘alternative peaks’ can change the whole path of your journey.
It might be that one day your peak is skiing off a 90-foot jump, and the next day, it is to only take a single step that you can’t manage without support.
Most of us try to follow a single path, but we can sometimes get stuck in a crevasse and feel like we can’t muster the effort to escape. To those who feel like this, consider this: Rather than ‘escape’, pause, look around, find a nob or fissure that you think you might not even be able to hold onto.
Go ahead and try. You will often find that minuscule handhold will grow step-by-step into your own personal best, your alternative peak.