The Power of No

We have heard the word “no” our whole lives. From the time we could crawl or walk, no was a part of life. In those early years, it was meant for our good…teaching us the boundaries of what to do and what not to do. At some point, however, it ceased being something used as a part of instruction, and instead was used, inadvertently, to kill the dreams and aspirations of many. For some of us, as we became adults, or even as teenagers, proving “we could” when we were told “we couldn’t” was a way to show our independence. This also labeled one a rebel.

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Thomas Fabbri
Upping My Game

Upping My Game

Nine months and counting until I go to Antarctica for my sixth summit. Training is one of the biggest factors in having a successful climb. I am in the gym almost every day for my normal routine to stay healthy and fit, but I have incorporated the use of an Elevation Mask to enhance training and mimic the various altitudes of the mountain…as high as 18,000 ft.

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Thomas Fabbri
A MAN AND HIS WATCH

Many generations ago, a timepiece was a revered object of ownership. Our grandfathers and great grandfathers usually owned a pocket watch or wrist watch that they kept their whole lives. It was possibly something that was handed down to them to which they would hand down to the next generation. It was an honor to receive such a family heirloom.

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Thomas Fabbri