Speaking

YOUTH - What am I going to do?
Check out the interview below on the Breakfast Show where I talk about my passion to inspire the youth:

Below is a video I did for a high school prize giving whilst cycling 2,500km unsupported through Southern Africa

WHAT AM I GOING TO DO?

Can you remember when you were a high school student and everyone was asking you “What are you going to do?”
Like me, you’ve done your time and are now doing the asking. I assume like me also, the students give you the same blank look that you get when you tell them about growing up without internet and cell phones.
Today more than ever there are so many options and opportunities out there for high school leavers, and not to mention a multitude of opinions on what they should do. Some maybe advising university, an apprenticeship or to go straight into the workforce. Others may want them to go overseas for a gap year.
It can be an exciting time, but can also be incredibly daunting when a young person is uncertain about what they want to do.
But what do they want to do? What is their purpose, their passion?
In this “what am I going to do” presentation, I use a very ‘down to earth’ approach to connect with the students and give them three steps to help them think about their purpose in life, and to answer the question: “what they want to do?”. Drawing upon stories from eight years of working on every continent of the world, this is a presentation like no other.
My mission for this presentation is to get them excited about approaching the “real world”, to walk out of the room confident that they are going to make a dent in it! My enthusiasm for getting the most out of your 20’s is notoriously contagious, and will have the students excited about making the most of the coming years.
If you would like to talk to me about your upcoming prize giving, or having me as your motivational speaker at your high school event then I would love to talk with you as inspiring the 16-24 year old age group is my passion!  Please contact me here.
Check out the interview below on the Breakfast Show where I talk about my passion to inspire the youth:
Below is a video I did for a high school prize giving whilst cycling 2,500km unsupported through Southern Africa (my introduction starts at 2.22 minutes into the clip)

YOUNG ADULT - What's your purpose? Get excited about your 20's!
Check out the interview below on the Breakfast Show where I talk about my passion to inspire the youth:

Check out this entertaining interview with Paul Henry after I arrived back from Antarctica:

MAKE IT HAPPEN

What’s your purpose?
There is no better time to try and discover your purpose than in your 20’s. You have freedom, you have your health, society even expects you to enjoy these years and make mistakes, to explore, you have no mortgage, no dependants. You have time.
When I graduated university I embodied this mantra in my own way, by setting the goal to live and work in every continent of the world before the age of 30. What followed was eight years of dedicated travel over the worlds seven continents taking on 32 jobs.
My enthusiasm for making the most of your 20’s coupled with my extroadinary story make me the perfect role model to inspire the university age person to find their purpose in life and go for it! In my presentation I talk the students through the steps they need to take to help them discover their unique purpose in life, and then through my story I give them confidence to go out and follow it and therefore a live a fullfilled life.
I would love nothing more than to speak at your event, whether it is a university graduation or at a lecture. Inspiring this age group is my true passion, this is why I speak. I would love to talk with you, please contact me here.
Check out the interview below on the Breakfast Show where I talk about my passion to inspire the youth:

CORPORATE - A better workplace through better employees.
Below is an entertaining interview of Paul Henry interviewing me on the Breakfast Show after working in Antarctica:

Breakfast Show interview with Corin Dan after arriving back the completion of my working the world goal in November 2011:

A BETTER WORK PLACE

Before you resort to whipping your employees to increase productivity and results, I suggest you have me come along and verbally whip them with one of my inspiring and entertaining presentations. Whether it is a keynote, after dinner speech or someone to babysit your conference goers for an hour, then I’d love to hear from you and discuss and your event. You can contact me here (don’t worry I’m not a lawyer and won’t be charging you for contacting me – umm I really hope you’re not contacting me for the lawyers association conference ;).
With my corporate speaking I take a very down to earth approach, I call it inspiration by stealth, inspiring the audience without them knowing. I’m a real person, I don’t pretend I’m better than anyone in the audience, and I won’t be “unleashing the giant from within you”. I haven’t started up a multimillion business by age 12, BUT from my Working the World goal, I have insights from workplaces in 7 continents, in 32 jobs over an eight year period.
I couple these Working the World experiences with my love of positive/motivational psychology (scientists proving how to be great). I deliver my messages and unique story honestly and always humorously as I believe you can not inspire a crowd less you have first entertained them.
I mould my plethora of experiences and lessons to suit your event and audience. If you are wanting me to speak on one particular subject, my passion is making a better work place through better employees. It didn’t take me long Working the World to figure out that people have to enjoy going to work. In my “better work place” presentation I inspire the audience to become better team members and be more aware or their thoughts and actions with the goal of creating a more understanding and enjoyable work environment. A happy work place leads to increased productivity, less sick days and a redundant whip!