Climbing a mountain is much easier than one would think.
You start at the bottom, you progress towards base camp, you hit the middle of the mountain, and then you reach the summit.
As climbers ascend, they come into contact with different elements such as thinner air and colder temperatures. If they climb the mountain too quickly, they will not be used to the new environment, and they will be out of their comfort zone.
The same principle holds true for those of you who are climbing your own mountains, and striving for goals.
As you climb higher to reach your goals, you will experience a different feeling.
You may feel anxious, like the mountaineer feels at the bottom of the mountain, knowing that his journey has only begun.
You may feel overwhelmed like the mountaineer who is at base camp, knowing that he has many steps to climb.
You may feel excited, like the mountaineer who has just hit the middle of the mountain, knowing that the peak is within reach. You may feel proud of yourself, like the mountaineer who has reached the summit, knowing that he obtained his goal.