In 2006 Braam, together with a running partner, accomplished a world first by running 2, 610 miles (4, 218 kms) along the entire length of the Great Wall of China in single attempt. This translated into running an average of more than a full marathon a day for 98 days.
Professor Tim Noakes deemed the expedition ‘physically impossible’. After the run, he wrote in the forward of Braam’s book, ‘The Great Run’; “if the mind can be convinced of the value of the task, there is little that is impossible”.
Target audience: Sales teams, marketing, award events, schools, sport conference, conservation events
This talk focus on personal development and how to encourage your life in a way that will inspire each of your team members to perform better and to inspire your clients to be part of your business. During this outstanding motivational one-hour presentation Braam demonstrates through, his expedition and personal life, the following concepts and will give the audience these take-away lessons:
- Dream big, minimize risks and nothing is impossible
- More you give more you get
- The power of the mind
- How to reach your full potential and empower you to become better stewards of the Earth
- DOT – The power of collective effort
- Never give up
- Anything truly worth going through will usually get tougher before it gets easier
- Effective communication