Sabrina's Reviews > Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World: The Extraordinary True Story of Shackleton and The Endurance

Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World by Jennifer Armstrong
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Dec 12, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: non-fiction, history, leadership-lessons, shackleton-s-way
Read in December, 2011

I am big fan of Shackleton and his story! Looking forward to a quick engaging read.
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12/13/2011 page 59
41.0% "Why am I so drawn to this story? Because I always root for the underdog!"
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message 1: by P. (new)

P. Endurance by Alfred Lansing is great book. I've got Shackleton's South and Worsley's Endurance on the tbr to read! There is just something so compelling about this journey.


Sabrina I know P! I actually went to a leadership training facilitated by the author of Shackleton's Way: Leadership Lessons from the Great Antarctic Explorer. It was wonderful! Left feeling encouraged and full engaged....until I got back to the office.


message 3: by P. (new)

P. Sad, isn't it? Yet there are so few real leaders about. Lansing's book - written in the late 50's I believe - makes several comments on Shackleton's leadership ability - attributing it to unbounded self-confidence which, like a great wave carried everyone and everything aloft with him. And those few times when it faltered as well.


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MichelleCH This looks interesting!


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