Simon's message is one of single-minded determination, to not only accept what is, but to turn that to your advantage. Simon's own career clearly demonstrates how a positive mental attitude can achieve great business goals.
Simon's irrepressible humour, infectious enthusiasm and immediately engaging personality, have made him the number one choice of many companies who invite him back to speak time and again. An inspiring and moving keynote speaker, Simon is also a wonderful and humorous after dinner speaker.
Simon is always in demand as both a keynote/motivational speaker and after dinner speaker. He has spoken for small Rotary Clubs through to large PLC’s across the UK and Europe
Simon’s presentation topics include:
Today Simon takes the opportunity to convey his story in order to motivate and encourage those, who like him, want to move to the next goal, whatever it may be!
"The only obstacles to achieving one's targets and successes are those you create for yourself." Simon Weston
“Simon was a huge success. People are still talking about it and everyone I've spoken to found Simon's address really inspirational and very moving. His remarks about rehabilitation had particular resonance with the delegates and he pitched everything perfectly. It was just right for our conference” – April 2015 (conference in Cardiff)
“Simon was absolutely amazing, as I am sure you are aware. The feedback has been extremely positive!” – April 2015 (conference in Boston)
“Simon was such an inspiration. After all that he has been through his positive outlook on life really made me sit up and think. His added humour made it even more enjoyable.” – March 2015 (Housing association)
“He was such an inspiration and moved everyone with his courage, determination and passion to help young people succeed. Delegates were talking about him all day and into the evening last night. He truly made an indelible mark on us all.” – March 2015
“The audience was spellbound and everyone marked Simon in the highest category (excellent) in the feedback forms. I don’t think we could have chosen anyone better to bring our conference to a close" - February 2015 - Headteachers conference