Culture At A Crossroads
Every once in a while you get a story so compelling that the stock life of it never seems to expire. Jeremiah Brown's journey to Team Canada Rowing for the 2012 Olympics is an experience that he recalls on a regular basis.
He was a recent university graduate with a newborn son, and yet he had an ambition to pursue his newfound sports dream, but in doing so this would take him and his girlfriend across the country.
The best-selling author is a frequent keynote speaker for top Canadian and world companies. Don't miss what you can apply to your life from an Olympic athlete. And, identity is often tied to what you're doing rather than who you are.
Jeremiah will help address what happens when you don't hit your goals. With the 2020 Olympics in sight, this conversation will have you all ready for Tokyo.
Aug. 3, 2006 - Brown a member of the McMaster Marauders football team during his undergraduate years and also an aspiring musician
Aug. 1, 2012 - Canada's men win silver at London Olympics
Mar. 2018 - Brown's writes memoir on his journey to the Olympics
Present - Brown now a sought after keynote speaker across Canada