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Keynote

Our best moments lie on the other side of our fear. Recently delivered in Poland, Boston, Madrid and South Africa, "Storm Rider" is my most recent and exciting keynote. As one of the world's top big wave surfers facing swells the height of 7+ story buildings, I've had to look into the storms and choose to see the waves of opportunity. From the front lines of fear, I've developed tools to help unleash my potential and build a mindset to perform. In this thrilling 40 minute keynote, I'll help empower you to do the same, embrace the challenges and become a Storm Rider".

Every storm has a big wave to ride... let's find yours.

Storm Rider

What People Say

“Matt was superb! We left inspired by the lessons Matt learnt, and eager to embrace the storms we inevitably face and see them as opportunities.” - Bevan Ducasse- CEO & Co-Founder of YOYO

“Matt reminded me to tackle any challenge by calculating the risks, the importance of preparation and visioning the desired result to ensure I achieve a positive outcome. He is an inspiration with his determination to take on the worlds biggest waves and always pushing himself to the limits.”Carla Ferreira, CEO SALT group

"One of the best talks! Honest, genuine, engaging, relevant."Michelle Dickens, CEO TPN Credit Bureau

“I was really inspired by Matt's presentation, he is amazingly humble for someone who tames such giant waves. I am inspired to rise to greater heights in my business life and lift my game in riding (slightly)  bigger waves in the Ocean!”  - Adam Shapiro, Co-Founder of Autopilot & AutoCollect

"Given his stature as a sportsman, he was held in high esteem by the pupils. He augmented his talk with interesting and impressive photographs and clips. He had an easy, relaxed style which made his message accessible and realistic. He told the pupils interesting stories and they absorbed every word. This reinforced his message. (conquering fear)"Graham Keats, Headmaster Reddam House Sea Point.

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