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About the Book

After reaching the summit of Mt. Everest and eight years working towards the goal, Paul Fejtek, along with his wife Denise, joined the elite ranks of the relatively few individuals in history who have climbed the highest mountains on each continent around the world.

Steps to the Summit is not only his captivating account of this ultimate adventure, but also a guidebook for achieving true success in business and in life. You will laugh, cry, and grip the edge of your seat as the drama unfolds.

Each chapter has an exhilarating story about a high and far away place with titles such as Africa Calling, Danger on Denali, the Frozen Continent, and Gripping the Edge of the Earth. At the end of each chapter you will find a corresponding “Step” required to get to the summit. These valuable steps will unequivocally help you reach your important goals in life, whatever they may be.

**News Update** Denise Fejtek finishes the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon World Championship and becomes the first woman in history to complete the “Peak to Heat Double

Examples of some of the 15 “Steps” found within
the book include:


Step outside of your comfort zone and join Paul on this inspiring journey. A journey that leads you – step by step – towards acquiring powerful new self-knowledge, achieving victory over challenges, and enjoying the happiness that can only come from climbing your life’s mountains and reaching your summits.

“Hold on for the climb of your life!” ~ Bill Walton, Basketball Hall of Famer

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100% of the profits from the sale of Steps to the Summit go to the Challenged Athletes Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to helping severely injured and disabled individuals to get back into the game of life.  Thank you for your support and for spreading the word about Steps to the Summit.

Purchase in hardcover on this site and receive personalized autographed copies by typing a name into the box above the Add to Cart button. Peak Publishing ISBN: 978-0-9840125-1-0 - 176 pages