Here’s what others said about working with Dan.
Many thanks for offering to be the guest speaker at our Women ‘s Day lunch at The Vineyard Hotel on Saturday. You were an inspiration to us all and made us realise with strong determination and courage that the impossible and unimaginable can be realised. You are to be admired for your amazing courage, survival skills and endurance to completing an epic journey that not many people would ever challenge, let alone finish! What a courageous adventure and journey - memories you will have for a lifetime. It takes special people like you to make the world a better place.Thank you so much for sharing your story and for your inspirational talk. It’s not often we get to meet a real life hero!
- Adi Phillips, PR Manager Western Cape, The Sunflower Fund
It was wonderful to meet you. Thanks you so much for your fantastic contribution to our day.The feedback we got this year from people who attended and who expressed their gratitude and enjoyment was incredible. So many people were very appreciative about what the day meant to them. They were moved and motivated by your presentation of your epic trip around that “God forsaken piece of volcanic rock”. For me personally I was particularly impressed by the level of mental discipline and strength you had to have to complete the journey you undertook.
- Mark Techlenburg, Managing Director, Ramburg Beef.
Dan Skinstad was our Guest Speaker in Port Elizabeth – at the BWA, (Businesswomen’s Association), Regional Business Achievers Awards Evening. He is a sincerely passionate young man, who speaks from the heart and makes us re-evaluate our daily lives, in the right context! I would highly recommend him as a speaker at any Event!
The biggest call answered by your presence is that you were there for the boys – a living messenger for them as someone who has life lessons to share for life. We value the interaction and will treasure and utilise the touchstones that you left at SACS junior.
- Francois Nel, Headmaster.
He encouraged the boys to simply “take a crack” at everything and never be left in a situation where they regretted opportunities lost. He said that it had taken him this kind of attitude to get through life, and to embark on the seemingly impossible task of paddling around Iceland. Without “taking a crack” you will never know what might have been and doors of opportunity will remain unopened.
- DR Glen Haggermann in the Mercury.
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