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Asian Motivational Speakers: Where people come for the best motivational speakers who have reached the highest.

 

Khoo Swee Chiow   Robert Goh
David Lim

Jamling Tenzing Norgay

Tashi Tenzing

   

 

Khoo Swee Chiow: climbed Mt Everest in 1998. In 1999, he skied to the South Pole, covering a distance of 1,125km in 57 days. In 2000, he completed the Seven Summits and became the 1st South East Asian to achieve this feat. The Seven Summits are the highest mountains on each of the seven continents in the world. In 2001, he climbed Shishapangma (8027 meters) in Tibet without oxygen aid. Having worked for Singapore Airlines in the IT division for 6 years, Swee Chiow quit his job in January 2001 to attempt skiing to the North Pole. But he had to abort the mission after 9 days due to some frostbite injuries. Not one to give up easily, he made a 2nd attempt the following year. After 45 days, he reached the North Pole. He is now the 1st South East Asian and the 4th person in the world to complete The Adventure Grand Slam, that is, the South Pole, the North Pole and the Seven Summits. Besides planning, organizing and training for expeditions, Swee Chiow gives motivational talks to a wide range of audience from schools to corporations. He is also in the process of writing a book on his adventure journeys. The title is called “Dare To Dream”.

 

Dr Robert Goh is a unique combination of aerospace scientist, high-altitude mountaineer, mentor and motivational speaker. His string of successful adventures includes man-hauling to South Pole, an alpine ascent of Xixabangma’s central summit (8012m), and summiting Cho Oyu (8201m) without oxygen. Believing in pushing limits, chooses to climb high mountains, especially those in the Himalayas above 8,000m, with little or no support. But he also arms himself with the skills and mental strength to overcome obstacles. This approach has helped him survive life-threatening situations such as being trapped in gale-force winds, falling into crevasses and being hit by an avalanche. His way of embracing life’s challenges has inspired his audiences and imbued them with a strong sense of self-belief.

David Lim is best known in Asia and abroad for leading the 1st Singapore Mt Everest Expedition in 1998 which succeeded in placing two members on the summit. The climb captured the imagination of the entire country and helped reset the parameters of what could be achieved by the small and flat island nation. A week after returning from Everest, he experienced a life-and-death struggle with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, a serious nerve disorder. The disorder totally paralyzed and hospitalized him for six months. David is now partially disabled as a result. His return to the great mountains of the world has been huge struggle and a constant source of inspiration and new insights into leadership and personal empowerment. Combining his media, legal and mountaineering background, David lectures internationally, sharing his views and thoughts about life-management skills, overcoming obstacles and leadership. He also presents uniquely Asian perspectives on international expeditions Popular lecture topics include A View From the Top: Lessons From Mt Everest.

Ever since Jamling Tenzing Norgay’s father, Tenzing Norgay, told his son, “I climbed Everest so that my children wouldn’t have to.” Jamling had been seized by a passion to follow in his father’s historic footsteps -- to step onto Mount Everest’s icy skin and learn the lessons she has to teach.  Destiny reserves the telling of some tales for certain people.  In the illustrated presentation, Touching My Father’s Soul – An Odyssey to the Top of Everest, Jamling brings to life a profound and compelling adventure, interweaving the lives of a family, a mountain and a people, and of climbers facing nearly insurmountable obstacles.  It is a story of disaster, triumph, professionalism and the resilience of the human spirit. 

"Tashi Tenzing and his lectures about the Sherpas of Everest is right up there with the best! He speaks well, has a good sense of humor, has interesting observations on the Imperialist treatment of Sherpas, a great historical section, but his ascents of Everest and the adventures he had make for a good climax to an excellent talk. I thoroughly recommend him to you." Steve Berry, Managing Director HIMALAYAN KINGDOMS LTD.

 

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