After a short career in professional football, my life completely changed as I went on a journey of self-discovery in the USA. From a young man only caring about girls, money and materialism, I transformed my outlook towards actually having empathy for the world around me.
Back in 2016, I created the Road 2 Uganda a charitable campaign, which involved me completing four marathons in four consecutive days and led to the completion of a schoolhouse in Uganda, that is now instrumental to the education of 150 pupils every year.
Then early in 2019, I decided to swim 53 miles in the English Lake District (National Park) and created the Swim 4 Shelter campaign to raise awareness and help 36 homeless people living on the streets of Manchester into an employment programme.
Whilst completing these challenges, I realized that there are so many people in this world fighting their own unique battles, and a lot of people who have been open to sharing their experiences both to celebrate their achievements and help others struggling in similar circumstances.
I pride myself on making a difference in this world, whether that be through connecting with people through our unique resilience workshops, inspiring people via speaking opportunities or having a more hands on approach via coaching or consultancy.
I am always happy to create unique opportunities depending on individual needs.