How to achieve your full potential

  • Explore what motivates you and embrace self-reflection
  • Understand the difference between targets and goals
  • Measure yourself against your own potential not the prejudices of others

Despite suffering from cancer as a teenager and losing his leg Marc Woods overcame his challenges to become a four-time Paralympic gold medallist. His inspiring story is full of the determination and dedication we need to be the best we can be.

Join Marc on a journey and discover how to take personal responsibility, work within teams and enthuse all those around you.  You’ll leave with new strategies for coping with the unexpected, boosting your personal resilience and finding success.

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Marc Woods

Marc Woods had his left leg amputated because of cancer when he was just seventeen years old.  Within a year he was swimming quicker with one leg than he did when he had two. Competing for Great Britain over a 17-year period, he won a staggering 33 medals. Since his retirement Marc has become a mountaineer, author and broadcaster.