“This is a young man possessed of extraordinary courage, but also great sensitivity and respect. To anyone who believes that there are no worlds left to be discovered, I offer up the evidence of this magnificent tale.”
So said Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love, of adventurer and fellow author Tim Cope - with his magnificent true story On The Trail of Ghengis Khan: An Epic Journey Through the Land of the Nomads.
Those who get to see Tim speak are opened up to the world that extends beyond their doorsteps.
The audience leave not only inspired and motivated but basking in the beautiful visuals he uses and ready to take a risk. See him speak at National Geographic Live here.
Click on the image to the left to view a gallery of Tim Cope's recent presentation.
We would also like to again extend our congratulations to Tim for being included in the Australian Museum’s list of Trailblazers: the Top 50 Australian Explorers ever. Trailblazers: Australia's 50 greatest explorers is at the Australian Museum through to July 18, 2016.
Tim has become a recognised ambassador for the timeless values of discovery in a fast-changing modern world. He reframes discovery as something that can be experienced internally on the day to day level of the workplace.
His message of success and happiness through resilience, taking responsible risks, embracing cultural and individual differences, and developing relationships based on understanding and respect has found universal resonance.
"Carol Pedersen is a very nice person to speak to. She is warm and approachable and makes you feel like a top client even if it is the first time we have used Saxton."
Australian Pharmaceutical Publishing Company Ltd
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