The tallest peak in the world, Mount Everest is 8,848 metres above sea level according to official records.
However, due to movements in tectonic plates, it is estimated that Everest continues to grow by about 4 mm each year.
It’s extraordinary to think that the tallest mountain in the world is still growing and in a few generations will need to be measured again.
So, how tall is Mount Everest?
Not as tall as it will be.
I hope that you’re still growing.
I hope that no matter how much you have learned or how large your impact is, that you realise there is always the potential for more.
I hope that you haven’t peaked yet.
I hope that when someone asks you a question about how much expertise, influence or knowledge you have, you can honestly reply, “Not as much as I will have in five years time.”