Lance hanging on for dear life
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Lance and kid at an event

 

Speaking

Since his return from Everest in 2009, Lance has been actively engaged in sharing his story of adventure climbing to the highest point on our planet.  Yet his presentation, titled, No Place but UP!™, is more then just a slide show detailing amazing photos and even a few videos.  It will inspire you to pursue with passion your own “Everest,” that dream which lives in all of us.

Lance and friends
School

Lance shares his experiences on Everest in hopes of inspiring his audiences to pursue their dreams.  He shares with his audiences the importance of dreaming, working hard, and staying focused on the goal ahead, all the while remaining positive even during the darkest of times.  Everyone will face a challenge in life.  Sometimes the challenge may be small, other times significant, yet it is not the challenge which will define you but rather how you cope with it and ultimately what you learn from it.

Speaking

Lance has addressed over 20,000 people and the number continues to grow. 

If you would like to book Lance as a motivational speaker for an event please contact him at lance@foxeverest.com.


No Place but UP!™ is a registered trademark owned by Lance S. Fox.

Lance at camp 2

 

Lance and John
Lance and Friends

John Robinson

The photo at left is of Lance with his good friend, John Robinson. John is a motivational speaker. In the past two years, he has traveled from Australia to the White House, discussing the Obstacles he has Overcome! John Robinson has spoken to various people and organizations, from Fortune 500 corporations to high school students.

John has been married for over fifteen years and has three children. In 2001, he was selected to carry the Olympic torch as it passed through Albany, New York on its way to Salt Lake City for the 2002 games.

You can learn more about John by visiting the website, Our Ability.

Megan Delehanty

Lance's 2009 Everest team had 28 climbers, including one American woman and 7-summiter, Megan Delehanty. When Megan's not climbing mountains, she's entertaining others with stories and images from mountains all around the world.

 

Megan on Everest Tibet

Robby Kojetin

After a climbing accident left him with two broken ankles, Robby Kojetin joined Himex's team with one goal in mind, - to climb to the top of the world, despite five agonizing surgeries and eight months in a wheelchair.

On May 23rd, 2009, Robby became the 17th South African to reach the summit of Everest.

And now he's the bucket list guy! Visit Robby's website to learn more about his inspirational story and see what's next on his list!

Robby