What keeps you going when facing difficult times filled with physical and mental obstacles?
In his high-energy, punchy and action packed key note, Reza explains the strategy that he employed to deal with the hardships and headwinds; those which helped him to stay resilient under mounting pressure; those which led him to two world records.
His documentaries have taken audiences on epic journeys to some of the most extreme environments on earth. He explains how he uses the “Dream Big, Think Small” approach in preparing and executing major expeditions, and relates this to the real-life challenges faced by start-ups and individuals.
Sit tight and belt up for going round the world in 20 min and learn key qualities including resilience and the tapping of potential.
Reza Pakravan is a filmmaker, adventurer and author whose work featured worldwide by networks including BBC, Fox, Aljazeera and CBC. He is a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and listed amongst the world’s top 20 most seasoned travellers.
Reza’s constant thirst for adventure has earned him the Guinness World Record for crossing the Sahara Desert by bicycle. Pushing his ultra-endurance limits further, he undertook a seemingly impossible task – cycling 11,000 miles down the length of the
planet from Norway to South Africa in the record time of 102 days.
October 2, 2018
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Peter, 2nd Floor, Factory Görlitzer Park