A book for all those who refuse to give up on their dreams and on taking hold of their own lives.

Albert Bosch is a dynamic adventurer who doesn’t simply make do with dreaming about future projects, he always tries to bring them to life as well ensuring his fair share of interesting and intense experiences. Following a long career of adventures, on the 4th January 2012 he finalised the complete crossing of the Antarctic, from the sea to the geographic South Pole.

Seventy-seven days of expedition, without any external supplies, four of which he was moving forward with his partner, fifteen holed up in his tent because of a massive storm, and forty-eight completely alone pulling a 134 kg sledge towards his goal. A total of 2,304,400 steps towards the end of the world.

With the narrative of this extreme experience as the backdrop, Albert Bosch brings us a passionate reflexion on self-leadership in our life projects and guidelines for being explorers of our own potential.  

17,00 €


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