Living Philosophy

Hans Florine on the Virtue of Speed, Climbing, and Learning How to Fail in Order to Succeed

January 10, 2022 Hans Florine Season 2 Episode 1
Living Philosophy
Hans Florine on the Virtue of Speed, Climbing, and Learning How to Fail in Order to Succeed
Show Notes

Hans Florine is a world-renowned climber, best known for holding the record for the fastest ascent of the Nose on El Capitan (Yosemite) with Alex Honnold in 2012. The record remained until 2018. Hans has spent his life learning from competition and the application of different models of thinking in order to problem solve and be as efficient as possible. Listen to him reflect on the roles of learning how to fail in order to become better, cooperative competition, and his own motivational wisdom and ideas.

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Host:
Dr Todd Mei

Sponsors:
Philosophy2u.com
Hillary Hutchinson, Career and Change Coach at Transitioning Your Life
Hermeneutics in Real Life
Geoffrey Moore, author of The Infinite Staircase     

Links Related to this Episode:
Hans Florine (www.hansflorine.com)
On LinkedIn
On Twitter (@hansflorine)

On the Nose (Amazon)
On the Nose (Audio Book)

Do Hard Things Challenge (www.dhtchallenge.com)
Birthday Challenge (http://www.birthdaychallenge.com/whatis.html)

Eric Weihenmayer (Wikipedia)
Obituary for Steve Edwards, Outside Magazine (by Hans Florine)
Brian Tracy (Wikipedia)

Photo: Falcon Press
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