Jan 23, 2019
For the average person, hiking the 2,185-mile long Appalachian Trail takes around 6 months, for the 20% of the attempters who are able to complete it. However, Jennifer Pharr Davis has not only hiked the trail 3 times, but she also broke the record of the fastest known hike of the Appalachian Trail, for both men and women, in 2011. Throughout her career, she has hiked across 6 continents, earning National Geographic Adventurer of the Year. From adaptability when things don’t go your way to positive self-image as a woman, Jennifer has learned plenty of life lessons while on the trails, which she shares in her newest book, The Pursuit of Endurance. Tune in as she discusses with Susan her incredible story and her wisdom that resonates with moms, workers and women everywhere.
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