This morning, I drove to the big city, Horsham, Western Victoria, 300 kms west of Melbourne. I used to work at the ABC Radio here as morning show producer, whenever Sue Dunstan, the Show Producer, needed me. Today, I was in the studio as an interviewee, to answer Matt Tribes’ questions about Everest and the tragedies that took place this pre monsoon season. We talked about altitude sickness, experience, what can be learned from the devastating deaths that occurred this year. We also talked about my continuing involvement in Nepal, in a small subsistence farming village that stole my heart…
The audio is available below, courtesy of ABC Radio.
Brigitte Koch-Muir OAM summitted Everest in 1997, on her fourth attempt. Storms, spending the night out at 8500m without light or oxygen, and being caught in the 1996 disaster on the South Col of Everest are some of the challenges she faced before eventually summitting. She was a high altitude expedition climber, and leader, for almost thirty years. She is now a story teller, and belongs to the Beyond the Smile Friendily, and the SEED Alliances, a network of people excited by the idea of changing the world by implementing a business model based on the seven chakras, and having fun doing it.
I share my passion for ‘live your dream, don’t dream your life’
Inspirational Speaking is how I fund the many hours of volunteering I happily give to the Beyond the Smile Program in Lura. You can help the women and school leavers of Lura by hiring me as a speaker! Or donate to the BTS documentary ( tax deductible over $250 in Australia) and get yourself or the organisation/company of your choice a highly inspirational talk. ( BEYOND THE SUMMIT ANGELS AND ARCHANGELS only)