break your limits - What business can learn from extreme sports
Endurance runner Norman Buecher shows in his powerful presentation relying on the extreme sport, using the example of his successful extreme runs such as the “Run tot the Rock” or the “Atacama Challenge”, how to turn great visions into reality. In a fascinating and visually stunning way, he illustrates how boundaries between the known and the unknown are mastered – between the reliable comfort zone and the new terrain of an extreme challenge. As a motivation expert and Global Topspeaker, Norman Buecher skilfully draws the bow to professional life in his lecture on extreme sports. In doing so, the endurance runner presents the similarities as well as the transfer from adventure to everyday business life in an informative, exciting and entertaining way.
In his successful extreme run “Run to the Rock” he crosses 1120 kilometres of the Australian outback, one of the loneliest landscapes on earth. The distance corresponds to the distance Rügen-Freiburg, once across Germany. And that within 15 days. In sporting terms, this means two marathons a day for the endurance runner. And that under extremely adverse conditions due to heat and sand. What is his secret to achieving such top performances? And above all: how can employees and managers in companies benefit from these experiences?
Endurance runner and Global Topspeaker Norman Bücher shows in his lecture on extreme sports the realization of a great goal. In doing so, he always stays close to his own experiences worldwide and links them to business goals. He names five success factors that have guided him through the Australian outback: a visionary goal, a clear motive, his imagination, one hundred percent focus and a high degree of resilience.
In the visually stunning, informative and moving presentation on extreme sport, you will learn how your company and team can continually shift and expand boundaries and create visions.
Contents of the lecture:
- Goals: The basis for top performance
- Motives: The question of why is decisive
- Imagination: What we can imagine, we will achieve
- Focus: Every step counts
- Resilience: How we emerge stronger from crises and defeats