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Sam is a thought leader and CEO of
and featured in USA Today and The
NewYork Times. He is an expert in not only bouncing
back but
bouncing forward
. He is obsessed with
corporate and personal turnaround and is the
Young Australian of the Year
for Tasmania.
Life after death is a subject most of us will never
live to tell, except in the case of the remarkable
Sam Cawthorn.
In October 2006 Sam’s life changed forever when
he was involved in a major car accident, where he was
pronounced DEAD. He was thankfully resuscitated, but
left with an amputated right arm
and a permanent disability in his right leg.
Sam was hospitalised for over 5 months and was
told that he may not survive and best case was
that if he was to survive he would never walk again.
A year later he defied all odds taking his first steps
into a new life, where his story would continue to INSPIRE
and change the lives of Australians and people all over the
It was Sam’s difficult journey that enabled him to develop
a mental resilience and strength that gave him the tools
to miraculously recover from an accident that could have
taken his life.
The BOUNCE Theory is simple, yet it’s message
demonstrates the awesome power and strength found
within the human spirit when faced with the
choice to continue living as a victim of a crisis,
or to make a choice to seize the opportunity of ‘life’.
Sam has a diverse background within the Australian
Federal Government as a Youth Futurist and is also
a highly skilled musician, and one of the only people in the
world that plays the guitar with an above
elbow amputation.
Understanding The BOUNCE Theory will help
you be at the forefront of global trends and gain
the unique ability to transform impossibilities into
possible realities.
This powerful message will challenge readers to be truly
who they are and to believe in all that they have to give.
Sam provides the skills to be resilient, overcome fears,
and to achieve goals and dreams that we may think are
Bouncing Forward and embracing crises
will awaken our thought leadership and
ignite everyone to action. After all we only
have one life…
Sam Cawthorn