It’s one thing to survive a life-threatening illness, it’s another to thrive thereafter; mesmerising audiences around the world as a Keynote Speaker, DJ, and quadruple amputee like it’s nobody’s business. Then again, failure has never been Tom Nash’s favourite F-word.
A taste for disruptive ideas, and a generous pour of Bordeaux are recommended accompaniments for experiencing the full flavour of Tom’s thought-provoking perspectives; the power of pragmatism, separation of ‘life-noise’, and the necessity for self-reflection. Tom allows no excuse for mediocrity, and no apology for adversity.
Tom’s penchant for captivating storytelling, alongside his dark sense of humour and his razor-sharp wit are melted down into ideas for life that leave audiences truly grounded, and unequivocally hooked.
Tom Nash’s story – at its heart – is about learning to adapt to a world that was not designed with him in mind. After a life threatening illness, Tom Nash lost both legs and both arms, forcing him to re-learn to navigate the physical world with different tools at hand. Whether it’s the tools that change, or the environment that shifts, learning to adapt to a new modus operandi is crucial to becoming resilient in times of adversity.