Your teenager will have the rare opportunity to learn directly from Paralympian and multi-world record holder Dr. William Tan
about how he applied the Champion Mindset to the academic world and became a medical doctor and neuroscientist.
Every teenager needs to learn from Dr Tan’s inspirational journey. Despite contracting polio at the age of two and becoming
paralysed from waist down, as well as contracting stage 4 cancer, he conquered life’s most insurmountable challenges.
Incredibly, Dr. Tan also holds two world records – for being the fastest person in a wheelchair in the world to complete
seven marathons across seven continents (he took just 26 days), and for being the first person in the world to
accomplish a marathon in the North Pole in a wheelchair.
What’s even more impressive is the fact that he has raised more than $18 million for charities around the world.
“In the best of times, the Champion Mindset is a valuable commodity.”
— Emeritus Professor Allan Snyder FRS
Director, Centre for the Mind, University of Sydney & MindChamps Chair of Research
“In the worst of times, the Champion Mindset is an absolute necessity.”
— David Chiem
MindChamps Founder CEO