||28 March 2017 (Tuesday)|
||1.00pm - 5.00pm|
||Singapore University of Social Sciences, Blk A, Level 2, LT.A.2.17B |
In this session, you will hear interesting stories from teams and individuals who chose to challenge their comfort zones, test their perceived limits, and draw great life lessons from mother nature.
My Journey: Venturing out of my comfort zone to take a leap of faith into uncertainties
Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm
The Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) students, who embarked on the inaugural SUSS Adventure Leadership Programme (ALP), will be sharing with you about their adventure in New Zealand, and how they venture out of their comfort zone to take a leap of faith into uncertainties, and seize all opportunities to learn, discover and grow.
About the Student Team
The ALP team is made up of students from various SUSS Full-time Programmes (Bachelor of Accountancy, Bachelor of Science in Marketing with Minor, Bachelor of Science in Finance with Minor, Bachelor of Human Resource Management with Minor).
Rob Lilwall Seminar:
Lessons from the Taklamakan Desert Expedition
Time: 3.00pm - 5.00pm
Rob Lilwall will share about the adventure he embarked on and the important lessons learned in the Taklamakan Desert. Having the right mindset, developing grit and resilience, taking calculated risks are just some of the things he had to grapple with for the 71 days long expedition.
About Rob Liwall
Rob Lilwall is an ordinary person who, through taking an adventurous attitude to life, has achieved the extraordinary. In the last two decades, he has embarked on expeditions by bicycle and on foot, covering over 80,000 km of the world's land surface. These have included an unsupported walk across the Gobi Desert in winter; pedaling over the war-torn passes of Afghanistan, and being the first person ever to drag a bicycle across the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea. Through learning from the local people he has met at ground level in over 50 countries, Rob has gained a unique perspective on humanity in all its diversity. National Geographic have made two television series about his exploits and he is the author of two books, Cycling Home From Siberia and Walking Home From Mongolia.
This session is open to the public with registration. To register, please click here.