59 minutes | Jun 8, 2021

Mark Pattison Just Climbed Mt. Everest. He’s the First NFL Player to Conquer The Seven Summits!

Last month Mark successfully climbed and summited Mt. Everest, the highest mountain on earth. By doing so, he became the first NFL player in history to make it to the top of The Seven Summits, the highest mountains on each of the seven continents. In addition to being a former NFL football player and successful high altitude mountain climber, Mark is also an accomplished entrepreneur, philanthropist, podcaster, and executive at Sports Illustrated. He’s a man who’s lived an incredible life and a man with multiple missions. One of Mark’s important missions is helping his daughter, Emilia, with successfully overcoming her own Everest by defeating epilepsy (uncontrolled and sometimes fatal seizures). Currently, more than 3.4 million people in the U.S. have epilepsy (1 in 26 people), with 3,000 people dying each year from Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP).  In our live video interview, Mark will be sharing his Mt. Everest adventure. I’ll also be asking Mark to share the mindset he developed early in life to become a successful athlete, entrepreneur, and human being. Live Q&A is always encouraged! Between now and showtime, you can learn more and connect with Mark here https://www.markpattisonnfl.com/ and support his fight to defeat epilepsy by learning more, sharing and donating to “Higher Ground” here https://www.markpattisonnfl.com/philanthropy/ If you’d like to enjoy Mark’s podcast, “Finding Your Summit” (over 100,000 downloads after 180 episodes), which provides powerful conversations with celebrities, sports legends, and others about overcoming their adversity and finding their way, start here https://www.markpattisonnfl.com/finding-your-summit/ and make sure to see many of Mark’s climbing pictures on Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/markpattisonnfl/ Make each day your masterpiece! MitchGet all my show updates here https://streaming.lawyer/mitch
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