Strive for the highest: goal setting
This workshop will encourage you to start setting goals. Sam will share his own approach to time management, goal setting and implementation. Sam has used a number of different goal setting techniques and has customised his own to what works for him, used both in the pool and at uni.
It is all about person centred approach, everyone is different so it helps having a personalised step by step goal setting structure in place. Sam will also touch base on distractions and methods to avoid side tracking from what you are trying to set out to achieve.
Sam Bramham certainly entered Paralympic competition with a splash when he broke the 100m Butterfly world record at the 2004 Athens Paralympic, his first games at the age of 16.
Since then he has travelled the world claiming gold’s, breaking records and experiencing life at events such as the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games, 2007 South African World Championship and 2008 Beijing Paralympics.
In 2009 Sam was awarded with the Order of Australia Medal for services to his country and for being a role model for his younger team mates.
Born without his right femur due to unknown circumstances, Sam had his right leg amputated at the age of five which enabled him to wear a prosthetic. Never letting his disability get in the way, Sam has played a number of sports including AFL football, Rugby, Kayaking and even captained his school water polo team. He is an alumnus of La Trobe University where he studied Sport Marketing.