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Saray is an award-winning mountaineer, a Mandela libraries ambassador, a social entrepreneur, mother of two…
Saray is an award-winning mountaineer, a Mandela libraries ambassador, a social entrepreneur, mother of two boys and also an executive in one of the distinguished financial institutions in South Africa. Saray Khumalo has over time demonstrated her commitment to making a difference in her environment through mountaineering. Through her climbing with a purpose initiative, Saray has organised and been part of the following initiatives: Climbing Kilimanjaro with a purpose (Self- funded climb) o Built an outdoor gym for Kids Haven worth R200,000 and converted a room into a library for the children. Ubuntu Everest 2014 (Partially funded by Discovery Holdings) o Raised funds for The Lunch Box Fund to feed over 60,000; Ubuntu Everest 2015 (Self-funded climb)Raised funds for The Mandela Library Projects and built a library for Isiziba Primary School in Thembisa, Johannesburg; Ubuntu Everest 2017 (Self-funded climb)Raised funds over R800,000 for The Mandela Library Projects and built four libraries around South Africa. She continues to campaign for more libraries as she takes steps towards the 7 highest peaks on the 7 continents around the world. One of her goals with Climbing for a purpose is to be an example to the next generation of leaders; to inspire them to pursue their dreams and summit their everyday peaks in education and other spheres of life, knowing that nothing is impossible if we dare to dream! Saray Khumalo has been awarded the following accolades: <ul> <li>Winner of the Klipdrift Golden Endurance Award 2014Record holder for the highest altitude climber for a black African female 2017 and 2018</li> <li>MMI Lesedi awards 2017</li> <li>Ministerial Recognition of Excellence Award 2018</li> </ul> Saray Khumalo has been mountaineering for only 7 years and in that time has summitted the following peaks: Mount Kilimanjaro (5896) – summit 2012; Mera Peak (6476) – summit 2014; Lobuche East (6119) – summit 2014; Elbrus traverse (5642) – summit 2014; Aconcagua traverse (6980) – summit 2015; Everest expedition attempts:2014 Reached Everest Base Camp – Mountain closed after an avalanche that claimed 16 Sherpa lives 2015 Reached Everest Camp 2 – Expedition abandoned after an earthquake in Nepal 2017 Reached the South Summit (8749) – This is 99 meters from the Everest Summit making her the record holder of the black African women for 2017 and 2018. 2019 Reached the Summit on May 16th, becoming the first black African woman in history to do so.
Thabang Skwambane is co-founder and executive director of Kaelo Consulting, a successful health and wellness…
Thabang Skwambane is co-founder and executive director of Kaelo Consulting, a successful health and wellness company specializing in HIV/AIDS programmes and founding Director of The Lonely Road Foundation, an organization set up to help rural communities manage their own Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVC) problems. Born in Gaborone, Botswana, and raised in Namibia, in what was the former South West Africa, during the Apartheid era, Thabang now lives and works in Johannesburg. He has a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) degree from the University of Cape Town, Thabang went from working for Mark Shuttleworth to banking and left a successful career at Standard Bank as a Merchant Banker to get involved in the struggle of our era, preserving our quality of life. He is supported by leading South Africans like Clem Sunter and Justice Edwin Cameron and in a show of support before his epic journey Cyril Ramaphosa says in an e-mail to Thabang: “It is a rare commodity to find someone who is willing to fight to preserve and enhance the lives of others so selflessly”. He has committed himself to fighting not just HIV/AIDS but also other “silent killers” that South Africans neglect to prevent such as Diabetes, Hypertension and Cholesterol. His belief and that of Kaelo, a company that manages almost 1,000 HIV positive patients and many more Chronic Disease sufferers, is that if you keep the breadwinner of the family alive and productive, the entire family unit has the best opportunity of survival. Kaelo Consulting is a testament to South Africans and Africans that HIV/AIDS is not a death sentence and through Thabang and his partner’s dedication it has made an indelible mark on South African society. Kaelo continues to enhance the value of life through their chronic disease management and clinical offering nationwide to both the medically insured and uninsured. Through his work in the HIV/AIDS space, Thabang has become passionate about “the Lost Generation”, a generation of young Africans who are without love, support, means and opportunity. With 60,000 child headed households in South Africa alone, he predicts that the incidence of crime, prostitution and domestic violence will only escalate until all South Africans mobilize into action “We all need to stop complaining about what is wrong and instead ask ourselves what it is that we should be doing about the problem? How can I play a role in making our country and our people strong again? It is not a racial issue it is now a societal issue, every one of us who has even a little bit will become the target of those who have nothing and they will take from us!” Thabang says. Thabang, got on a bicycle, alone and unsupported and cycled to Mt. Kilimanjaro (Moshe) in Tanzania. This journey of 5,456 kms took him through 6 countries and at the end of his journey he climbed Kilimanjaro with friends and family. He, experienced great hardship during this 3 month escapade, he was robbed at knife-point, endured the cold, the heat, illness, wild animals, was hit by a truck, suffered dysentery, lived with the local people and lost 14 kilograms. His challenge was to maintain a substantial distance per day, 110 kilometers, and to arrive at the foot of Kilimanjaro within a certain time frame. He has been recognised for his achievement by the media, his peers and was selected as a finalist in the Johnny Walker Striding Man Search competition. He can now be seen speaking to multitudes of people about the importance of “mobilizing to save our country”. Thabang’s journey is a poignant reminder of the life of OVC’s and the challenges that they are faced with as they go through life alone and unsupported and at the end of their lives they are faced with a mountain to climb as society requires them to contribute equally to those who have access to opportunities. The Lonely Road Foundation has raised over R1,200,000 and is looking to build a strong network of volunteers, NGO’s, CBO’s and FBO’s to provide rural and underprivileged communities with the access that they need. “We will ensure that the state is given the best opportunity to carry out its mandate according to the constitution.” Thabang says “The work has only just begun, my journey although long and hard is only the beginning of an even harder challenge, a war against an enemy we cannot see and who has already struck leaving us with millions of Casualties of War!” Thabang explains passionately. On a lighter note: Thabang was a finalist in the Johnny Walker Striding Man Search competition – 2008 Thabang was awarded 6th place in GQ best dressed men of South Africa – 2009 Glamour magazine’s female readers voted Thabang as the man they would want to marry – 2009
Braam Malherbe has an infectious energy that is fed by his life-long passion to protect the environment and…
Braam Malherbe has an infectious energy that is fed by his life-long passion to protect the environment and to inspire change. Braam has achieved two world firsts by running the entire Great Wall of China, a distance of 4218 km, at a pace of a marathon a day for 98 days, as well as the entire coastline of South Africa, a distance of over 3200 km. The expeditions raised over R2.5 million for Operation Smile, to provide corrective surgery for children born with cleft lip and cleft palate disfigurements. He represented South Africa in the 768 km unassisted ski race to the South Pole with Peter van Kets in December 2011 / January 2012. Braam’s adventures are extraordinary and he is a riveting motivational speaker, applying lessons learnt in his experiences to talk about themes relating to goals, courage, leadership, teamwork, and purpose and making the impossible, possible. As a conservationist and Honorary Ranger for South African National Parks, Braam is involved in counter-poaching and finding sustainable solutions to save the rhino from extinction. He co-founded the Table Mountain National Park Volunteer Firefighting Unit and he is actively involved in many conservation initiatives – making it is life’s mission to fight environmental irresponsibility and the destruction of our precious natural resources. Braam is a Director for the Institute of Accountability in Southern Africa (IFAISA). He is also an ambassador for many worthy causes including Woolworths MySchool MyVilliage MyPlanet, Operation Smile SA, WESSA (Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa) and the Amy Biehl Foundation. Braam Malherbe has been a regular presenter on the television program, 50/50 and he has also been contracted to present an international nature series for the National Geographic channel. Braam challenges all of us to ‘Do One Thing’ (DOT), to make a positive difference to our planet. He has developed a social media site and application called DOT, which will be launched in 2015 to drive environmental action. Braam has received the following awards: <ul> <li>Men’s Health 2010 Unsung Hero</li> <li>Enviropaedia Eco Logic Eco Warrior 2012</li> <li>City Press Top 100 World Class South Africans 2014</li> </ul> Braam is a motivational speaker and MC <em>Braam’s keynote topics include:</em> <strong>Nothing is Impossible</strong> Braam believes that if you have big dreams, plan well and take big risks, then nothing is impossible. Let Braam show you and your team what it takes to make that ‘extra’ happen and to start realizing your full potential. <strong>Leading with Courage</strong> Leadership takes courage. Lieutenant J Putnam Junior said: “Courage is not the lack of fear but the ability to face it”. Braam believes that you first have to believe in yourself and to be comfortable in your own skin to be able to stand out from the crowd and to be open to criticism. Only once you trust yourself and you have the faith in your own integrity, others will too. True leaders stand up in the face of adversity and they do the right thing. Respect is not given, but earned. <strong>The ‘I’ in Team</strong> The classic cliché goes, ‘there is no ‘I’ in team’. Braam believes that without the ‘I’ in team, the individual does not fully understand or appreciate their value to the team. In his talk, Braam draws on the many life lessons that he has learned in the African bush, the vastness of the Gobi desert and the frozen nothingness that is the high plateau of Antarctica. <strong>The More you Give the More you Get</strong> After a relatively successful career, at the age of 27, Braam Malherbe – Extreme Adventure was declared insolvent. He lost his father shortly thereafter and his fiancé left him. Dejected and his self-esteem shattered, he went off to the mountains to commit suicide. “I felt utterly insignificant, but I realized that the greatest challenge was not to die, but to live a life of purpose”. “When you do things for a cause beyond your own selfish satisfaction, you dip into a deeper, much more powerful pool of motivation. You move from success to significance.” <strong>Making Change Work for You</strong> One of the key words that we need to urgently embrace is ‘change’” says Braam. Charles Darwin put it succinctly: “It is not the strongest, nor the most intelligent that will survive, it is the one who most accepts change”. In this profound and life-changing keynote, Braam draws on his own experiences in the African bush and the many lessons that nature has taught him. “The myriad of species that interact to make this incredible planet as diverse and beautiful as it is, have all evolved over billions of years.
First African Woman Dakar 2020
South Africas’ Kirsten Landman is not your average sportswoman. The 28-year-old South African competes in the male dominated sport of Hard Enduro, but this has never held her back. She has made history by becoming the first female to finish extreme events such as Redbull Romaniacs, Sea to Sky, Redbull Megawatt 111, Redbull Braveman and The Roof of Africa. But there is so much more to her story than these achievements. For Kirsten, competing in one of the most physically demanding sports in the world, and being one of the only females to truly excel in such a place, has been a passion of hers from a very young age. Living in South Africa and riding in its harsh, rugged and technical terrain and competing against men, has built an appetite for always aiming higher and realising her dreams. After finishing school, Kirsten studied and worked to fund her own racing and training until she was picked up by her first sponsor in 2011. Her career kicked off properly when she entered her first ever extreme enduro, the Roof of Africa in 2012, where she managed a bronze finish. In 2013, Kirsten’s abilities were duly noticed by South Africa’s most prestigious off road and enduro team, KTM SA. She joined their team and began competing nationally with them from there in both the enduro and off-road teams. Later that year in June 2013, high flying Kirsten’s career suffered an early setback with a life-threatening accident while racing the Dessert 1000 National in Botswana. She crashed at high speed and landed on a tree stump, sustaining life-threatening internal damage. Due to complications with the medical treatment in Botswana, Kirsten was only treated 36 hours after the accident once being airlifted back to South Africa. Her pancreas was severed off from her small intestine, and due to the delay in treatment, all of Kirsten’s organs had gone septic. Being placed on life support and put into an induced coma, her recovery was like a roller coaster with many complications along the way. Nevertheless, she made a full recovery and returned to racing more motivated than ever, driven by her what was always her destiny. In 2014 Kirsten made her first international appearance at Redbull Romaniacs, finishing the bronze class and being the highest placed female. Since then, Kirsten has made history by becoming the first and only female to finish international extreme events such as Redbull Romaniacs (Silver), Sea to Sky (Gold), Redbull Megawatt 111, Redbull Braveman and The Roof of Africa (Gold) in all male dominated classes. Kirsten’s goals in 2018 shifted to the next level. To well and truly conquer her fears after the accident in Botswana, she knew she had to tackle the biggest off-road race of them all…the Dakar Rally. 12 days, 8000kms and a fear of speed…The Dakar Rally This Dakar is no ordinary race. The Dakar is known as the toughest and most dangerous race of all time. 12 days of racing 800+ kilometres per day, extreme cold, pain, fear and possible death are all the things the piolets of the Dakar will need to face. Dakar 2020 was no different and resulted in a death of a professional rider – Paulo Congalves. Kirsten rode a very strategic and clean race and successfully finished the Dakar Rally in 55th overall and 3rd women overall. Through this success, history was made. Kirsten was the 1st of 2 South African women to ever finish the Dakar Rally for 2020. Kirsten finished the Dakar Rally in 55th position overall and 3rd overall in the women’s category, thus becoming the 1st ever African to finish the Dakar Rally.
First African Woman Dakar 2020
Forget everything you know about 'Impossible'. In 2006 Robby broke both ankles in a climbing accident,…
Forget everything you know about 'Impossible'. In 2006 Robby broke both ankles in a climbing accident, inflicting permanent damage and putting him in a wheelchair for the longest year of his life. With crippling debt, severe depression and constant pain, Robby spiralled into an abyss of despair and hopelessness, with literally nothing left. Nothing, but the power to decide, and a dream. This is a story about losing everything and what it takes to rebuild a life from absolute rock bottom, not giving up until you reach the ultimate goal. For Robby, it was the summit of Mount Everest. Robby is not the first, youngest or the fastest to summit Everest ... Just the most driven. Robby takes take audiences on a journey that is raw and authentic from the operating table to the top of the world and beyond. Robby relives his experience of hitting absolute rock bottom before masterfully guiding his audience through one of the most inspiring and entertaining accounts of determination in an awe-inspiring search of a life worth living for. Published author, business owner, having visited 34 Countries, climbed 5 of the Seven Summits and 10 summits of Kilimanjaro. He has also set foot on 6 of the 7 continents, swam in the Amazon, descended the deepest mine on Earth, crossed the Ironman finish line... and is still nowhere near done! Book Robby Kojetin to lead and inspire your people with his quick-witted humour and infectious enthusiasm that touched the lives of over 60 000 across the globe.
Sean Disney is a two times Everest summiteer and two times 7 SUMMITS climber. A qualified T26 winter and…
Sean Disney is a two times Everest summiteer and two times 7 SUMMITS climber. A qualified T26 winter and summer mountain guide, he is one of the world’s most experienced mountain Guides and expedition leaders with over twenty years of outdoor and mountaineering experience. Sean is the first South African to complete the EXPLORERS GRAND SLAM, skiing to the South Pole, North Pole and completing the Seven Summits. Under his guidance our company can only complement your expeditions, dreams and experiences. He has also tour led the Inca trail and Nazca lines in Peru. Sean summited Everest twice : on the 24th May 2006 (South side) and 24th May 2010 (North side), completing his seven summits twice. Sean has also guided 2 skis to the South Pole. Sean’s Seven Summits achievements: First South African to climb the 7 summits twice (Kosiusko and Carstensz Pyramid) and the first South African to guide the 8 summits. We are also proud to have summited Everest twice on an all South African expedition organised by Adventure Dynamics. Sean was the Travel columnist for Mens Health Magazine. He is the co-author of the book Poles Apart with some pointy bits in between – A Pan MacMillan published book. Sean is a qualified paragliding pilot, private pilot, open water diver, and cyclist. His ascents include (number of times): <ul> <li>Mt Fuji</li> <li>Meru (3)</li> <li>Mt Lenin Russia</li> <li>Aconcagua (4)</li> <li>Mt Vinson Antarctica (4)</li> <li>Mt Kenya</li> <li>Mt Elbrus (15)</li> <li>Mc Kinley/Denali (2)</li> <li>Carstensz Pyramid (2)</li> <li>Mt Kosiusko</li> <li>Mt Blanc (6)</li> <li>Kilimanjaro (20)</li> <li>Mt Aspiring New Zealand</li> <li>Everest (2)</li> <li>OlDoinyo Lengai</li> <li>Damavand Iran (2)</li> <li>Pico de Orizaba Mexico</li> <li>Mt Giluwe Papua New Guinea</li> <li>Mt Ararat Turkey</li> <li>Cotopaxi Ecuador (2)</li> <li>Mt Karinci</li> <li>Mt Stanley</li> </ul> <strong>Motivational speaker</strong> A motivational speaker – Sean Disney’s talk on his ascents of the 7 Summits and skis to the North and South Pole. The talk is entertaining, witty, interesting and highly beneficial to your business unit. The talk programme is an audio-visual slide presentation focusing on the parallels between teaming, life and business analogies and achieving your objectives. The presentation is state of the art with graphics and videos, covering Kilimanjaro, Aconcagua, Everest, Carstensz Pyramid, Elbrus, Mckinley and Vinson. As a motivational speaker, Sean Disney has been climbing and guiding for 20 years and has led over 85 expeditions worldwide. He has summited Everest from the North and South side and is a TWICE 7 summits climber. Sean Disney is also South Africa’s first GRAND SLAMMER, the first South African to ski to the North and South Poles, and 7 summits. He shares this honour with his team mate Vaughan De La Harpe. One of the world’s most experienced mountain guides and expedition leader of 136 expeditions. Our clients include: Pfizer, Momentum, Sasfin, Metalfrio, ABSA, Standard Bank, Nedbank, McKinsey, Frigo Glass, Aeroclub of South Africa, 1lifedirect and Just Fun Toys to name a few …. <strong>Poles Apart</strong> is highly informative about some of the real nitty gritty encounters and behind-the-scenes information about what exactly it takes to summit some of the world’s highest mountains, delving into the vast and varied challenges of mountaineering and very personal experiences of how the two authors overcame them, finding an inner strength that is just as vital as an outer, physical strength. Although this book delves into the challenges but it does so with a good dose of humour, as both Sean and Vaughan bounce their experiences off each other and reminisce in sometimes hilarious ways with the kind of detail and stories that armchair adventurers (as well as genuine mountaineers) will enjoy.
Adventurer | Entrepreneur | Inspiring
Alex Harris is an athlete whose interests are as varied as they are unique. He has been climbing mountains for two decades and has led more than 20 expeditions to some of the furthest corners of the planet. In 1996, Alex resigned from a career in sales and followed his passion for exploration. Within the year he led his first expedition to Mount Everest. He has climbed the seven summits, the highest mountains on all seven continents, and has led expeditions to both the north and the south side of Everest. Alex started his business career with The Hospitality Group International, and within the first year, became the number one salesman for Southern Africa. By 1996, with a chance to go to Mount Everest, he resigned and turned his passion for the mountains into a profession, by starting a mountain guiding business. Through this he not only guided people up some of the world’s highest mountains, but also motivated schools and organizations – through speaking and writing about his experiences. Alex combines his experiences in business and the mountains to draw life-changing and relevant parallels to both organisational teams and individuals. His experience is varied, interesting and unique. Alex has a BA in Sport Psychology (Cum Laude) and graduated top of his class from the University of Johannesburg. In 2012, Alex started Xplore, a brand focusing on providing authentic experiences to iconic places. <strong>Alex Harris</strong> has been climbing and mountaineering around the world since 1989 and is South Africa’s most experienced and respected high altitude mountaineer. Alex’s easy-going nature and deep understanding of human potential has made him the first choice as expedition leader on some of the most significant South African mountaineering achievements. He has led more than 25 expeditions, which have taken him to all seven continents and the furthest corners of the world… from the jungles of Borneo, through the arid plains of Tibet, to the frozen wastelands of Antarctica. He finds in mountains a sense of purpose and destiny that give his life meaning and inspire those around him. Some of Alex’s more note-worthy achievements are: • June 2009 – Expedition to Broad Peak 8047m, in the Pakistan Karakorum • January 2008 – 1st South African to walk unsupported to the South Pole (1130km in 65 days) • June 2005 – Reached the summit of Everest from the North side • June 2005 – Completed the seven summits, the highest mountain on all seven continents • April 2003 – Led the Discovery Everest expedition to the South side of Everest • May 2002 – Led the Discovery expedition to North America’s highest mountain, Denali (Mount McKinley) (6192m) • April 2001 – Guided the first South African expedition to Cho Oyu (8201m) • April 2000 – Led the first South African expedition to climb Australasia’s highest peak: Carstensz Pyramid (4894m) • September 1996 – Led the first South African expedition to the North side of Everest – the youngest person to lead an Everest expedition • January 1999 – First South African to climb on all seven continents • December 1999 – Led the first South African expedition to climb Antarctica’s highest mountain: Mount Vinson (4897m) • July 1994 – First South African ascent of a 7000m peak: Mt Lenin in Uzbekistan (7134m) • 15 Ascents of Kilimanjaro (5895m) by five different routes • 3 ascents of South America’s highest mountain: Aconcagua (6960m) • 3 Ascents of Mount Kenya (5199m) <strong>Desert Experience</strong> For the last few years Dubai has been the base for some exiting & pioneering desert adventures. Follow Conference Speakers on Twitter One of the last great adventure problems was to cross the Rub Al Khali, or Empty Quarter as the Arabs call it, unsupported and on foot. Known commonly as the Arabian desert, it is the hottest and most hostile of all the worlds deserts, and splits the Arabian Peninsula in two. See a full list of Speakers A-H For the past three years Alex and a small team had been researching and training for this unprecedented challenge, which involved pulling a cart across 1200km across barren desert. March 2013 saw this dream become a reality. <strong>Track Cycling</strong> Alex is a committed Christian and following a call from the Lord, Alex began track cycling. Alex Harris had never been on a track bike but after five months of hard work, Alex became the new South African Track Champion for the 1000m Time Trial and the 1500m in his 35 to 39 yrs category! Five months later he won silver and a bronze medal at the World Masters Track Cycling Championships in Manchester. He is ‘nervous’ about where the Lord might call him next! • 2006 – SA Track Championships 2 Gold and 1 Silver medal (35-39 yrs) • 2006 – World Masters Track Championships 1 Silver and 1 Bronze Medal (35-39 yrs) • 2007 – SA Track Championships 1 Gold and 2 silver medals (35-39 yrs) • 2010 – SA Track Championships 5 Gold and 1 silver medal (35-39 yrs) <strong>Mountain Biking</strong> • June 2015 – 5th place in the Tour Divide (almost 2 days faster than previous PB and 4 hours faster than race record). 15 days 12 hours. • April 2015 – 1st Place Men: Parys 24hr; 408km • March 2015 – 1st Place: Race to Cradock; 580km 47.5 hrs • June 2013 – Alex came 3rd in the Tour Divide, the worlds longest unsupported mountain bike race. At 4500kms, the TD is the Grand Tour of mountain biking. Alexs time, 17 days 5.5 hours. • June 2012 – Alex came second in this year’s race but still shaved a day and a half off his previous best. His time… 10 days 23 hours and 57 minutes. • June 2011 – Alex successfully defended his Freedom Challenge title and set a new race record of 12 days and 15 hours! • June 2010 – Alex won the Freedom Challenge – Race across South Africa. Arguably Africa’s hardest unsupported mountain bike race, Alex cycled from Pietermaritzburg to Paarl, 2300kms, in 14 days and 8 hours. <strong>BUSINESS EXPERIENCE</strong> Alex started his business career with the Hospitality Group International, and within the first year, became the number one salesman for Southern Africa. By 1996, with a chance to go to Mount Everest, he resigned and turned his passion for the mountains into a profession, by starting a mountain guiding business. Through this he not only guided people up some of the world’s highest mountains, but also motivated schools and organizations – through speaking and writing about his experiences. Alex combines his experiences in business and the mountains to draw life-changing and relevant parallels to both organizational teams and individuals. His experience is varied, interesting and unique. In 2012, Alex started Xplore, a brand focusing on providing authentic experiences to iconic places.
Adventurer | Entrepreneur | Inspiring
Peter van Kets
Adventurer | Inspirational Speaker
East London, Eastern Cape
Peter is a professional extreme adventurer, highly sought after international business inspirational keynote speaker, bestselling author and father. He has become globally known as a specialist around business͛ ability to persevere in a dynamic and turbulent economy. Peter has worked with major corporations across Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the USA. He takes the lessons learned from his expeditions and relates them to the business environment. His expedition stories are of survival, courage, perseverance, passion, loneliness, tenacity, amazing team work and the will to win. Peters presentations take people on powerful life-altering journeys, changing the way they think about themselves and their businesses. “Every venture you embark on, both in a professional and personal capacity, will demand clear vision, dynamic strategy, precise planning and preparation, absolute honesty, integrity and fearlessness, but above all it will demand GRIT, perseverance!! So if we put the right processes in place and we persevere we will absolutely be able to achieve those things we have considered ͚impossible͛ before.” <em><strong>Keynote Talks:</strong></em> <strong>RESOLVE</strong> This presentation, RESOLVE, takes a new look at how to foster passion, then harness that passion to create discipline and to construct a process which will drive passion and discipline towards significant success. <strong>IMPOSSIBLE IS NOTHING</strong> To truly understand ‘impossible’, we need to take on those things which we have previously considered impossible. On that journey we will be faced with times where distiller seems imminent. When we overcome that first moment of imminent disaster and then the next and the next… <strong>LEAVING A LEGACY</strong> This motivational presentation is geared for the leaders of tomorrow. It focuses on the 5438km unsupported Pairs Atlantic Rowing Race 2007/8. <strong>GRIT</strong> There can be no doubt that we conduct our personal and business ventures in a dynamic, turbulent… Given the ever changing circumstances how do we adapt and then thrive in them, how do we achieve and sustain true success and how do we fulfill our purpose? <strong>CONNECTING THE DOTS</strong> To operate at maximum personal and professional efficiency and achieve those things we have previously considered impossible, we must connect and balance all the important DOTS! <strong>THE LEADING EDGE</strong> Peter van Kets and a team of leadership experts explore the lessons from his expeditions and guide you through applying them to your life and work.
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