"Rosie spoke to 420 of Unilever’s global leaders, gathered for a conference to plan for the business challenges ahead. Rosie inspired many people in the audience with her extraordinary story and great courage. She shared with us valuable life lessons drawn from her experiences, and many have risen to her challenge – to step outside their comfort zone and tackle something new. A fascinating and motivating talk." Unilever Global Leaders Conference, Twickenham
24th of February 2014 ICE DIP COMPLETED 21 Febr...
My icy dip on Friday- succeeded in raising £290 – exceeding its goal even though it was just such a very little challenge. Can hardly believe that two weeks before to the day, I was having the knee op. I have been so brilliantly looked after and sponsored. Many thanks to everybody.more
19th of February 2014 Looking forward to icy di...
The plan is to do a small challenge immediately! – ie an icy dip in Llangors Lake at 1pm this Friday 21 February, to raise £100 for Brecon War Memorial Hospital and £100 Naina’s Leg Fund - I can’t run quite yet, and want to do something. There is ALWAYS another way! Grateful to physio Rory […]more
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Rosie Swale Pope
Longest Unsupported Solo World Run
Global adventurer Rosie Swale Pope is recognised as one of the world’s most courageous, gutsy women of her generation. She is the only person in history, man or woman, to have undertaken an epic solo, unsupported run around our world – over 20,000 miles facing extreme danger, bitter Siberian winters, wolves, axe men and desolate loneliness over nearly five years. Her international best-selling book ‘Just a little Run Around the World’, is Rosie’s understated, yet gripping account of the resilience of the human spirit to triumph over every adversity. You can read about more of Rosie’s adventures here
Rosie is an exceptional storyteller and inspiring corporate speaker whose messages are full of the life enriching lessons we all need to hear in these challenging times. Watch some of Rosie’s inspirational presentations in the film below.