BEING PROUD OF BEING A GOOD PERSON SHOULDN’T BE A POINT OF DIFFERENCE…
BUT IT IS.
Barnaby has been spreading his refreshingly human message – that just being a good, solid human being is enough to get you ahead in life – around the world at business conferences and on cruises, and at youth leadership camps & in pubs.
Barnaby’s full story would take 5 hours to tell – a diabetic, he was bashed in an alcohol fueled gang attack & had a stroke in 2005 & then lost the most beautiful person in his world – his wife Angela – to cancer in 2016. He is also a former AFL player for the Sydney Swans, a former captain at the Hills Grammar School (where he launched Delta Goodrem’s career at a student vs. staff netball game), he’s had 2 books published, filmed over 15 documentaries, climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, walked the Kokoda track, hosts an annual comedy night, played 100 games for his local AFL club – the Pennant Hills Demons, and he’s also a deacon in the Coptic Church.
Barnaby talks about elements of his story that relate to your group in a laid back, funny & relate-able manner – he simply tells you what he’s learned from his journey, and lets audiences take or leave as much or as little as they like.
In a world where people are going to more & more extreme lengths to be the BEST, Barnaby is reminding people that simply being a good person is something to be proud of.