EMBRACE CHALLENGE

With the Attitudes of Adventure. Make your event count with a refreshingly different speaker.

Make your event count with a refreshingly different speaker.

EMBRACE CHALLENGE

motivation. resilience.
a new sense of daring.

Looking for an exceptional keynote speaker?

A motivational shot in the arm for your team?

Practical takeaways to enhance work performance?

Nat Geo TV Adventurer and Acclaimed Inspirational Speaker Rob Lilwall could be your answer.

Motivational. Resilience.
A New Sense of Daring.

Whether you’re looking for an exceptional keynote, a motivational shot in the arm for your team, or practical takeaways to enhance work performance, Nat Geo TV adventurer and acclaimed inspirational speaker Rob Lilwall could be your answer.

Rob’S Clients

From local businesses to multinational corporations,
Rob has inspired tens of thousands of people all over the world.

Rob’S Clients

From local businesses to multinational corporations, Rob has inspired tens of thousands of people all over the world.

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About Rob Lilwall

If one could choose a middle name for Rob, it would likely be “Daring”. Or “Resilient”. Some may prefer “Crazy”.

How else would you describe a former geography teacher and self-proclaimed “normal guy” who has walked across the Gobi in winter, braved the jungles of Papua New Guinea, and cycled across Afghanistan? Rob has presented two National Geographic TV series, and The Guardian called his first book “a two-wheeled classic.”

When Rob isn’t being chased by bandits, camping at minus 40, or crossing deserts, he spends his time on speaking, writing and charitable work. He is a graduate of the Universities of Edinburgh and Oxford, and a member of the Global Speakers Federation.

Based out of Hong Kong and Singapore, he is one of Asia Pacific’s most popular conference speakers.

For more details about Rob, please view his LinkedIn profile.

About Rob Lilwall

If one could choose a middle name for Rob, it would likely be “Daring”. Or “Resilient”. Some may prefer “Crazy”.

How else would you describe a former geography teacher and self-proclaimed “normal guy” who has walked across the Gobi in winter, braved the jungles of Papua New Guinea, and cycled across Afghanistan? Rob has presented two National Geographic TV series, and The Guardian called his first book “a two-wheeled classic.”

When Rob isn’t being chased by bandits, camping at minus 40, or crossing deserts, he spends his time on speaking, writing and charitable work. He is a graduate of the Universities of Edinburgh and Oxford, and a member of the Global Speakers Federation.

Based out of Hong Kong and Singapore, he is one of Asia Pacific’s most popular conference speakers.

For more details about Rob, please view his LinkedIn profile.

Inspiring Executives Across the World

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TOPICS covered

Stories of overcoming great obstacles are powerful.

Whilst immersing audiences into his epic adventures, Rob also weaves in practical, motivational takeaways
relevant to today’s changing world. Through his talks Rob has inspired tens of thousands of people
to embrace challenge rather than begrudge it, and to use the following Attitudes of Adventure to succeed in life.

  • Set Clear Goals

    Whether it’s completing a wild expedition or finishing a work assignment, being clear on our long, medium, and short term objectives greatly increases our chances of achieving them.

  • Build Resilience

    Resilience is the ability to bounce back after a tough experience, instead of burning out or giving up. On his expeditions Rob learned that having good self-care and the right attitudes were the key to being resilient.

  • Collaborate

    We all know we should give more, but it is vital also to receive, whether it is through collaborating with colleagues, seeking out good mentors, or asking advice from the boss.

  • Embrace Challenge

    The ability to 'see stress as a challenge, not a threat' is key for success. Rob's expeditions bring this to life, and demonstrate that rapid or unexpected change brings great opportunity.

  • Take Good Risks

    Taking the right risks is essential for progress - in the office, and in the wild. We need to be bold to act. But to know which risks are right, we must first assess the best advice before making a calculated decision.

  • Do the Small Things

    Successful people make a habit of doing things that unsuccessful people make a habit of not doing. A key aspect of self-leadership is forming great habits of doing even the small things.

  • Prepare Wisely

    The expedition motto 'Hope for the best, plan for the worst' is helpful in many arenas, from preparing a pitch, to undertaking a new project. A lack of preparation leads to much hassle and wasted time and money.

  • Find a Way

    Sometimes life, like an expedition, feels like a non-stop torrent of problems. But if we give ourselves good thinking time, seek good advice and believe that a solution is waiting to be found, we will find a way.

TOPICS covered

Stories of overcoming great obstacles are powerful.

Whilst immersing audiences into his epic adventures, Rob also weaves in practical, motivational takeaways relevant to today’s changing world. Through his talks Rob has inspired tens of thousands of people to embrace challenge rather than begrudge it, and to use the following Attitudes of Adventure to succeed in life.

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Benefits

Whether it is for a sales conference, senior management meeting, talent development session,
team building day or an incentive trip, Rob will add exceptional value to your event.

Whether it is for a sales conference, senior management meeting, talent development session, team building day or an incentive trip, Rob will add exceptional value to your event.

An Unforgettable Experience

An Inspired and Motivated Audience

Practical strategies for increased motivation and resilience

Half-day Masterclass also available

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