Is courage a pre-requisite to take on new challenges? You might be surprised by the answer.
In this thought-provoking and inspirational episode we talked with Roz Savage about her experiences crossing three of the world’s biggest oceans.
We delved into the nuances of how to live courageously and explored how anyone can face their fears, harness the power of courage, and to turn the tides in their favor!
If you feel you are facing your own 20-foot waves, Roz shares how to Stop Drifting, Start Rowing so you can stick the oars back in the water, take charge, and succeed!
Her journey has inspired many to overcome the fear of failure, go for our most adventurous life, and courageously raise awareness of the consequences of not caring for our environment and how to best care for it.
- One person can make a huge difference in the world by taking on a cause they believe in. It’s never too late!
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Roz Savage is the first, and so far only woman, to row solo across the world’s “Big Three” oceans: Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian. She holds four Guinness World Records, and was appointed as a Member of the Order of the British Empire in the Queens Birthday Honours in Buckingham Palace for services to fundraising and the environment.
She was named Adventurer of the Year by National Geographic in 2010.
Her second book, Stop Drifting, Start Rowing: One Woman’s Search for Happiness and Meaning Alone on the Pacific, was published by Hay House in 2013.
Roz writes, speaks, and lectures on sustainability, courage, resilience, and change. Her audience and clients include Yale, Cambridge and Oxford Universities, the US Department of State, National Geographic, TED, Google, Disney, Hootsuite and thousands of people across the globe.
An Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Program, she now combines her self-taught life skills with principles from neuroscience, psychology, personal development and leadership theory, to inform and inspire corporate audiences.