Leading with Courage

Braam Malherbe (Motivational speaker), Inspire to Action

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Braam believes that you first have to believe in yourself and be comfortable in your own skin to be able to stand out from the crowd and be open to criticism. Only once you trust yourself and have faith in your own integrity, others will too. True leaders stand up in the face of adversity and do the right thing. Respect is not given, but earned.

Leaders have a special ability to display a sincere passion that ignites those in their company to buy into the goal or vision and want to be part of the journey. They empower others to want to go places that they never previously imagined possible. A leader with purpose fuels others to action through change. They inspire others to want to reach their fullest potential, to become leaders themselves.

Entrepreneurialism and Business / Keynote / Talk about success or failure in a positive way / Inspiring / Beginner

Event: Johannesburg

Hashtags: #DOT (Do One Thing)

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Best for: Anyone who wants to grow themselves, their business', and is prepared to make changes.

Speaker country: South Africa

Questions this session will answer:

Questions this session will answer:
1. How not to give up and why?
2. Why to lead with purpose and courage is important, and how.
3. Why ‘The power of gift of giving’ is important.
4. The role of ‘big dreams’ in a success.
5. Can I lead without team work?

Speaker qualifications:

Braam is  an extreme adventurer, highly sought after international motivational speaker ((Most of his talks he gets standing ovation!) conservationist, TV Presenter and author of the best seller, ‘The Great Run’ (over 20, 000 copies sold).



Against all odds, Braam has achieved the so called ‘impossible’. In 2006 and again in 2008, against our country’s top medical and sport experts’ advice, Braam Malherbe achieved two world first’s by running the entire length of the Great Wall of China, a distance of 4218kms, at a pace of a marathon a day for 98 days, as well as the entire coastline of South Africa, a distance of over 3, 200kms.



In 2012 Braam represented South Africa in the Scott / Amundsen Centenary race to the South Pole. An unassisted journey of 888kms across the barren wasteland of the Antarctic high plateau, at an average temperature of -45 degrees Celsius.
In his talks he focus on leadership and team work, and he has an infectious energy that inspires his audiences to take on new challenges in their own lives and to strive towards their innate fullest potential


Supporting material:

braammalherbe.com youtube.com/user/…


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