Book Feature: Summit!: One Woman’s Everest Climb Guides You to Success by Laurie Jean Bagley

by | Jan 30, 2021 | Book Feature | 0 comments

ReadersMagnet features Summit!: One Woman’s Everest Climb Guides You to Success, a self-help book by Laurie Jean Bagley 

It’s the feeling of accomplishment that many people climb the highest mountains. Summiting brings excellent joy to climbers, especially seeing the spectacular view from above. This sport can be compared to life. The peak is your greatest potential, and you are slowly but surely climbing up to reach that. This is what Laurie Jean Bagley wants to convey in her book. Summit!: One Woman’s Everest Climb Guides You to Success offers an intriguing story that provides inspiration and practical steps for personal growth. 

Summit!: One Woman’s Everest Climb Guides You to Success

Every person has their own stories and spins on things. Life is filled with challenges— may it be emotionally, physically, or mentally— and there is something powerful when hearing that someone went through the same obstacles in life. Author Laurie Bagley shares her life and personal insights to potentially change your life in Summit!: One Woman’s Everest Climb Guides You to Success. Bagley had experienced an all-time low in her life when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. This devastated and scared her; however, this did not stop her. After undergoing treatment, she motivated herself to regain and recover from this drawback. This book is intended to support anyone to experience massive health and life challenges. 

Summit!: One Woman’s Everest Climb Guides You to Success is a powerful book that will encourage you to identify your passions, gifts, and goals. Bagley presents her personal experiences and outstanding ability to reflect upon your life in order to achieve your dreams. She will prove to you that anything is possible with careful planning, commitment, and the right tools. 

Bagley has many diverse roles in life; however, she enjoys summiting and climbing most. She has climbed Everest, Denali, Aconcagua, Peak Lennon, and Kilimanjaro. Climbing Everest has opened her eyes to many possibilities and purposes in life. She was enlightened that anything is truly possible if one is willing to commit themselves. All of these realizations from summiting were translated in her book. She will guide you through ways to achieve your dreams.

Summit!: One Woman’s Everest Climb Guides You to Success is not your typical methodical guide but rather an assessment to your core to ensure you find the right goal from within. 

Nothing bonds people more than a shared life experience. Bagley’s book will take it to a whole other level. She will help you become the best version of yourself possible. Her narrative will change your thinking and attitude towards your life. She makes it so refreshing and possible to continue learning something new about yourself. Each page presents wisdom that will reflect upon your situation. 

About Laurie Jean Bagley 

Author Laurie Jean Bagley is a mother, businesswoman, coach, educator, and speaker. She is not an ordinary woman but a superwoman. Her hobbies include climbing, summiting, guiding rivers, triathlons, and mountain bike racing. She has climbed numerous summits in her lifetime. All of her hobbies were molded at a young age. She was drawn to the outdoors and felt at home when she is immersed in nature. 

Bagley can be identified as an accomplished woman. She has plenty of achievements and awards under her belt. Currently, she runs a business called Life Journey that focuses on motivational speaking, workshops, and fitness coaching. Bagley faced the most challenging time of her life when she was diagnosed with cancer. But this did not stop her from inspiring people around her. Her story has been featured on many media platforms. Summit! One Woman’s Everest Climb Guides You to Success is Bagley’s debut book, which she published last December 2020. 

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