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Mein Leben am Limit: Eine Autobiographie in Gesprächen mit Thomas Hüetlin summary Mein Leben am Limit: Eine Autobiographie in Gesprächen mit Thomas Hüetlin, series Mein Leben am Limit: Eine Autobiographie in Gesprächen mit Thomas Hüetlin, book Mein Leben am Limit: Eine Autobiographie in Gesprächen mit Thomas Hüetlin, pdf Mein Leben am Limit: Eine Autobiographie in Gesprächen mit Thomas Hüetlin, Mein Leben am Limit: Eine Autobiographie in Gesprächen mit Thomas Hüetlin acb67a9826 Was Hat Der Mann, Dessen Grundsatz Ohne Gefahr Kein Abenteuer Lautet, Nicht Schon Alles Erlebt Als Erster Mensch Ohne Sauerstoffflasche Auf Dem Mount Everest, Alle Achttausender Gemeistert, Dazu Noch Eine Reihe Von Erstbesteigungen Anderer Berge Dann Die Gr Ten Sand Und Eisw Sten Der Erde Durchquert, Mehr Oder Weniger Die Yeti Frage Beantwortet Und Schlie Lich Das EU Parlament Als Abgeordneter Bereichert Selbst Mit Jahren Tourt Der S Dtiroler Unerm Dlich Durch Die Welt, Ver Ffentlicht B Cher Am Laufenden Band, H Lt Vortr Ge, Ber T Expeditionen, F Hrt Leidenschaftliche Und Nicht Immer Harmonische Diskussionen Und Bereitet Mit Viel Engagement Museen Vor Bei Einem Solchen Energieb Ndel Tauchen Zwangsl Ufig Eine Ganze Reihe Von Warum S Und Wie S Auf Da Will Man Einfach Mehr Wissen Messners Insgesamt Mehr Als B Cher Erlauben Ja Bereits Interessante Einblicke In Sein Innenleben In Der Seiten Starken Autobiographie Mein Leben Am Limit Sind Jedoch Noch Einmal Die Bedeutendsten Stationen Auf Den Punkt Gebracht Viel Wichtiger Noch Das Kurzweilige Werk, Fast Durchgehend In Interviewform Verfasst, Konzentriert Sich Ganz Auf Seine Person Kein Einzelner Berg Spielt Hier Die Hauptrolle, Organisationsfragen Und Routenerkl Rungen R Cken In Den Hintergrund Es Gibt Demzufolge Auch So Gut Wie Keine Bergfotos Oder Skizzen, Von Tagebucheintr Gen Und Randnotizen Ganz Zu Schweigen Was Hier Z Hlt, Ist Das Gesamtkunstwerk Messner , Dem Erfolgreichsten Gipfelst Rmer Aller Zeiten, Sowie Seine Philosophie, Seine Ideen, Seine Private Seite Wenngleich Man Einr Umen Muss, Dass Es Andererseits Auch Nicht All Zu Privat Wird Wer Denkt, Ein Interview K Nne Man Nicht Ber So Weite Strecken Spannend Gestalten, Der Irrt Die Kritischen Und Offenen Fragen Des SPIEGEL Journalisten Thomas H Etlin, Der Stunden Lang Mit Messner Sprach, Lassen Keine Langeweile Aufkommen Das Liegt Freilich Auch An Den Ebenso Kritischen Und Offenen Antworten Von Messner , Der In Gewohnt Pointierter Und Zuweilen Unverbl Mter Weise Auch Hier Und Da Seitenhiebe Verteilt Etwa Gegen Seine Ehemaligen Bergsteigerkameraden Der Nanga Parbat Expedition Von , Bei Der Sein Bruder G Nther Starb Und Die Auch In Diesem Buch Wieder Viel Platz Einnimmt Fazit Eine Faszinierendes Lekt Re Ber Eine Faszinierende Pers Nlichkeit Nicht Nur F R Bergsteiger Lesenswert, Sondern F R Alle, Die Schwierige Wege Gehen Wollen Und Oder M Ssen Und Dabei An Ihre Grenzen Sto En Reinhold Messner Kann Ihnen Dabei Als Vorbild Dienen, Schlie Lich W Rden Seine Mutigen Grenzg Nge F R Eine Ganze Hand Voll Autobiographien ReichenChristian Haas

10 thoughts on “Mein Leben am Limit: Eine Autobiographie in Gesprächen mit Thomas Hüetlin

  1. says:

    Messner is an egomaniac, but I love him anyway If I could go up Everest without oxygen mind you maybe I could citicize him, but for now I will savor his stories I think I need to schedule a trip to one of his museums and catch a Yeti in the surrounding fields.

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    I m not a big fan of autobiographies.usually when people recommend me a book from this genre we have the same type of conversation I swear, it already happened at least three times which sounds something like this hey, you have to read this bookuhm i will check it out on goodreads sometimeno, I mean like asaplook, autobiographies just not my cup of tea, i know, that s odd suspicious look if you are just not interested in my recommendations thats ok, you can just say it, I won t blow up agh, seriously, can t find myself enjoying reading thembut you love books, you read even crappy ones, you also love people even crappy ones, and claim to be a good listenerI KNOW right I still can t figure it out, why WHY this is the part where I start whining about it I can t quite explain the reasons why i dislike those books as much, suppose that s because of the fact, that autobiography is usually written by the person who is not a writer, and a solid book is just to big of a challenge.but once in a while there is a biography that turns out to be a berry this one certainly was.there is nothing in this life that makes me frightened, anxious and yet excited then mountains.for now, all that I do is quietly worship and respect them from the distance gathering every information I can find, tracking specialized sites and wondering what bank i have to rob so I can find money for all of this stuff.to step away from me, myself and I, and add a few words about book itself which I ahem rarely do here Messner is definitely an outstanding person, a true pioneer and a man who has pushed the boundaries of mountaineering, without questions he ve done some crazy things in life, such as solo ascent of Mt.Everest withal without supplemental oxygen, was the first climber to ascend all fourteen peaks over 8,000 metres was a member of the European Parliament, live in a castle and I will stop here cos its not even a half of his achievements.There is always a controversy around him, he has as much supporters as haters ok, maybe supporters and I can see why people can t stand him sometimes But for me his egocentrism was understandable, and I probably will call it healthy egoism And I had no problem understanding his decisions during the book supposedly, I enjoyed this book than other autobiographies also because of the reason it s not quite one, it s written in a form of an interview between Messner and Thomas H etlin, an award winning German journalist overall, to sum up, maybe..maybe if you are not an aspiring startupper , you like mountains, personalities as Sherlock Holmes and House, and about to read one of the Richard Branson s book, pick this on first I liked it .

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    You can t have it all That s the big takeaway I took from this book You can climb all 14 8,000 meter peaks, and cross the gobi and antarctica and greenland on foot, but that does make you a good husband or a nice person Maybe that s a little harsh, I guess I was just disappointed that he came across as distant from his wife and children and only cared about going on expeditions In terms of mountaineering he is indisputably the greatest mountaineer of all time I loved hearing about all of his expeditions In fact I wish the book would have focused on them than his ventures into politics, but that might be on me and book choice It was good to get an overview of his life, I think some of his other books might interest me , I tended to get bored whenever he was talking about anything that wasn t one of his high elevation climbs.

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    Un libro che si propone di spiegare le motivazioni, i pensieri, lo stile di vita dell autore, a met tra resoconto di imprese, tappe di vita, diario ma soprattutto una sorta di possibile guida per manager e affini.Non tanto secondo me un modello necessariamente da imitare, o un metodo da seguire bovinamente, quanto un libro e delle idee con cui confrontarsi, senza dubbio.Alcuni trovano antipatico Messner, e sicuramente un po egotico lo d altra parte cosa ci si pu aspettare da uno che ha vissuto imprese che se non sono del tutto solitarie comunque ci si avvicinano Francamente non mi risultato tale, e d altra parte non mi interessa giudicarlo Posso giudicare il suo libro l ho trovato a tratti anche molto interessante, anche se non avvincente, un po prolisso e ripetitivo in alcuni concetti Un buon editor avrebbe giovato.

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    Great book Probably not everyone will like Messner since he s an individual that lives by his own rules and never gives in to pressure from others about what he should do, or who he should be sometimes at the expense of other people s egos and expectations That kind of uncompromising way of living can be easily perceived as harsh and unsentimental But, objectively, Messner seems to be a person with a lot of integrity and willingness to help others, having put a lot of effort in improving his homeland, the South Tyrol.I personally admire his way of being, his mentality, and achievements and have a felt a very deep connection with him since the first moment I set foot in his museum MMM Firmian I just knew I had to know about the man Hope others will enjoy it too.

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    NON un libro d avventura e anche la dicitura autobiografia mi pare un tantino ingannevole il libro una lunga intervista da parte del giornalista T H etlin, il nome del quale meriterebbe di essere citato come coautore un po pi spesso, con qualche inserto autobiografico di Messner Il quale risponde senza reticenze n imbarazzi a quasi tutte le domande e addebiti, anche sulla sua vita privata, sulla tragedia del Nanga Parbat dove perse il fratello, sulle risse con colleghi, pubblici amministratori, giornalisti Libro consigliato solo a chi volesse sapere tutti i cazzi del Messner, perch di avventura non ce n moltissima Questo per quanto riguarda il libro Per quanto riguarda il protagonista nel complesso il personaggio Messner non ne esce molto simpatico, anzi Mi ha confermata nell impressione di un narcisista al quale non interessa piacere agli altri piace gi , difettacci compresi, alla persona che lui stima e ammira di pi al mondo s stesso, e tanto gli basta Gi mi stava sulle balle prima, adesso di pi non credo che sia indispensabile essere odiosi per essere dei grandi uomini.

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    This was an easy to read book, a series of conversations and interviews, but the man speaking is so unique in his achievements, so crystal clear in his understanding of what drives him and his life s purpose that I ended up going back and rereading and making notes on most subjects he touched Self sufficiency, ecology and environment, and political dialog in the age if globalization particularly struck a note It is really not so much about being the world s most accomplished alpinist, it is about having big ideas, living to the max and not taking hostages and having no regrets Wonderful book that I will keep around I have a feeling this will be a year of non fiction reading mostly.

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