Motivational & Inspirational :
Overcoming Obstacles that Stand in the Way of Possibilities
Gary Guller, celebrating 10 years of successful keynotes, is a record-setting mountaineer (Everest and Cho Oyu), and is simultaneously an inspirational keynote speaker. Gary is trusted by the world’s top corporations as well as the United States Army, Navy and the FBI. Gary is also a regular speaker at top US and International business schools.
Gary presents in English and his speaking style is highly motivational, engaging and inspirational - and travels to locations easily.
"Gary's visit was a powerful reminder that no obstacle should remain unchallenged and that no person should be dismissed without the opportunity to prove what their passion and determination can accomplish." - IBM
In 2003, Gary was leader of the largest ever cross-disability group to reach the Mt Everest Base Camp. Subsequently, he went on to personally scale the peak of Mt. Everest a few weeks later. Gary thus become the first ever person in the world to do so with the availability of only one arm. Later the next year, Gary lead an expedition to the summit of the world’s sixth highest mountain, Mt. Cho Oyu, located in Tibet. In April 2010, he also completed the grueling Marathon des Sables in Morocco - a 6 day, 250km endurance race across the Sahara Desert. - "The hardest stage race in the World" (CNN World News)
On June 2, 2012, Gary successfully completed the Ironman 70.3 Kohala Coast, Hawaii. 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, 13.2 mile run.
Specialties: Inspiration, motivation, team building, effective communication and strong leadership are just a few of the topics that will be discussed in these highly professional, energized presentations. Gary is a tier-one keynote speaker who travels the globe and a few of his clients include IBM, Raytheon, Microsoft, Met Life, Lenovo, Toyota, SAP, Nokia Siemens Networks, Computacenter, dWise Solutions, CGS, American Express, Applied Materials, HP, DiamlerChrysler, the US Army, US Navy and the FBI.
“Gary's visit was a powerful reminder that no obstacle should remain unchallenged and that no person should be dismissed without the opportunity to prove what their passion and determination can accomplish."