Many people will tell you that you can’t. What you must do is turn around and say Watch me!
Layne Beachley AO is widely regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. She is the only surfer, male or female, to claim six consecutive world titles (1998-2003). Layne then went on to win a 7th world title in 2006 before retiring from the ASP World Tour two years later.
On Australia Day 2015, Layne was awarded with an Officer of the Order of Australia for her distinguished service to the community through support for a wide range of charitable organisations, as a mentor for women in sport, and to surfing as a world champion competitor.
In September 2018, more than a decade after winning her record breaking seventh world surfing crown, Layne returned to the water to win the inaugural World Surf League, Masters World Championship.
In between winning world titles and leading surfing to its Olympic debut in Tokyo 2020, as current Chair of Surfing Australia, Layne spends her time transforming lives and awakening consciousness by challenging limiting beliefs through her workshops, one-on-one mentoring and inspiring keynote presentations.
Overcoming two bouts of chronic fatigue, depression, life threatening injuries and self-doubt, Layne believes our fears and limitations are a hot spot for growth and opportunity.
From Borneo to Brisbane, Sydney to San Francisco, Hawaii to Hobart, Layne travels the world sharing her profound and practical knowledge and life lessons to help you turn your ideas and intentions into winning actions.
Her exploits are astounding, her attitude unwavering, her achievements inspirational.
Wanting to achieve success and actually believing in it are two totally different mindsets. We don’t manifest what we want, we manifest what we believe. If you want to know what you believe, just have a look at your life. Are you fulfilled or are you in fear?
A Winning Mindset for Success
A Winning Mindset for Success
This thought provoking and practical presentation will provide your audience with the opportunity to identify and shatter self-imposed limiting beliefs, reframe challenges, be authentic and overcome negative thinking to become the champions of their lives.
- Build boundaries not barriers
- Are your thoughts supporting or sabotaging you?
- Learn to flip negative thoughts as they appear
Wanting success and actually achieving success are two very different things. Why do some people achieve greatness while others are left with the disappointment of unfulfilled potential? Layne shares her profound knowledge with anecdotes from lived experience, which will inspire your audience to clearly define their vision of success, find their honesty barometers and have them on the edge of their seats riding 50-foot waves. Are you ready to confront your fears?
- Clarify your vision
- Build your Dream Team
- Action is the antidote to fear
Your life isn’t defined by what happens to you, you define your life by how you choose to respond. We all experience challenges, setbacks, obstacles and disappointment, and Layne is no stranger to overcoming all of this and more; Chronic Fatigue, depression, loss and injury. To be the Champion of your Life you must be willing to embrace these foes and master your mindset. Deeply personal and powerful, this presentation is humorous, inspiring and raw in equal measure.
Be the Champion of your life
Be the Champion of your life
- Ground yourself in Gratitude
- What you focus on expands
- All challenges present opportunities
Layne Beachley: Pursue Your Passionhe most successful female surfer of all time with seven ASP World Tour Championships, Layne Beachley is also the founder of the Aim for the Stars Foundation, which each year provides grants to encourage, motivate and provide for aspiring women with financial and moral support in areas such as music, science, culture, arts and sport, and for which Layne was recently named one of 100 Women of Influence by the AFR and Westpac. She recently launched the B'INSPIRED program for early high school students and has since 2006 staged the annual Commonwealth Bank Beachley Classic, the richest women's stand alone surfing event which continues to build on its enormous success. At the 2013 Saxton Ultimate Event Experience Layne spoke about importance of pursuing your passion, whatever it may be, by way of a fortuitous story involving Matt Damon and a lost passport.
Layne Beachley at the Melbourne Corporate LuncheonSeven time womens world surfing champion Layne Beachley talking at the Melbourne Corporate Luncheon. Layne Beachley AO is widely regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. She is the only surfer, male or female, to claim six consecutive world titles (1998-2003). Layne then went on to win a 7th world title in 2006 before retiring from the ASP World Tour two years later.
Mike Munro up close and personal with Layne BeachleyMike Munro talks with Layne Beachley at the Melbourne Corporate Luncheon. Layne Beachley AO is widely regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. She is the only surfer, male or female, to claim six consecutive world titles (1998-2003). Layne then went on to win a 7th world title in 2006 before retiring from the ASP World Tour two years later.
Layne BeachleyOne successful child from down Under is the original Aussie, surf animal and also 8-time world champ Layne Beachley from Sydney. She's not only the reigning competition queen and big wave charger but also a business woman. She paved the way for women surfers and changed the way the world looks at woman in surfing.
Layne Beachley - Introduction ReelLayne Beachley AO is widely regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. She is the only surfer, male or female, to claim six consecutive world titles (1998-2003). Layne then went on to win a 7th world title in 2006 before retiring from the ASP World Tour two years later.
Layne Beachley @SaxtonSpeakers Australia SpeaksWidely regarded as the most successful female surfer in history, Layne Beachley is the only competitor to ever claim six consecutive world titles (1998 to 2003), before going on to win a seventh in 2006. Having spent two decades breaking down the barriers in her chosen profession, Beachley has committed herself to making it easier for young women to achieve their goals by establishing and directing the Layne Beachley Aim For The Stars Foundation. The Foundation provides financial and moral support to encourage young women to dare to dream, pursue their passion and aspire to achieve in academia, business, arts and sport. Beachley was named the 2004 Laureus Alternative Sports Person of the Year, 2006 Surfing Hall of Fame inductee, 2011 Sport Australia Hall of Fame inductee, ISA World Masters Champion, and a 2012 Olympic Games Athlete Liaison Officer. In 2013 she was also named the third greatest Australian female athlete of all time, behind Dawn Fraser and Betty Cuthbert, and in 2015 was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for distinguished service to the community, as a mentor for women in sport, and to surfing.
Layne was fantastic. She spoke well and her story was shared with great passion and humour which was well received by our clients. The feedback has been fantastic with many saying she is the ... keep reading best speaker we have had to date. The auction of her surfboard and her book signing afterwards was a huge success. Layne was great to work with and interacted extremely well with our client. She was perfect for our Client Breakfast! CitiPower and Powercor Australia
Layne was fantastic! Her story and the way she presented it ensured there was something for everyone in it. We also appreciated the generosity of time and graciousness she showed with our attendees for the many photos that were requested. We would have no hesitation in recommending her to others.
Layne was amazing. Very engaging and our staff were captivated with what she had to say. The presentation was perfectly pitched towards our high achieving staff with all key messages covered off. Layne also was able to engage with our staff on a more personal level with her stories and this had a huge impact on the group. Layne attended our dinner and spent the evening mixing with our staff which was fantastic.
Layne was a standout speaker, attendee and VIP at our 2018 conference in Noosa. Layne coached some of our VIP delegates and sponsors for a once in a lifetime surfing lesson and the feedback was incredible. She also attended many of our conference sessions too which was great to see and signed books for our excited delegates at a major sponsor’s stand, a wonderful touch and very much appreciated. Her keynote was exceptional. Emotive, considered and inspiring in equal measure. I cannot rate her highly enough.
Layne’s presentation was excellent - combining entertaining anecdotes from her journey to becoming a world champion, relatable personal challenges and a professional approach to achieving individual & team goals. The audience was engaged from start to finish, and I’m confident there will be a lasting impact from Layne’s message. Layne was also very generous with her time, and was more than happy to have a chat and pose for some photos with staff.
I loved Layne's energy and passion. She was really engaging and made me feel excited and interested in the discussion. She also made me feel involved in the conversation, even though I was online and not in the same room. Layne helped me to realise that while work/leadership can be stressful & my monkey mind goes crazy, it's super important to take the time to centre myself and bring my mind back to the present and focus on what is important now.