Into Thin Air

Krakauer started earlier that "Mountain Madness" was fitting name for Fischer's climbing company becasue he was much less disciplined and organized than Hall. Give on example that supports this idea?

I read this part in Chapter 11 and I still don't get it..

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Fischer takes chances that the author dislikes. He is often brash and impulsive in his climbing style. Because he allows his clients to go up and down during the acclimatization period, Fischer has to ascend and descend to help his clients. He is consequently exhausted. He also doesn't work well with other climbing teams.