Choose to be Extraordinary with Saray Khumalo and Chris Cooper

Do you feel dampened down by the world situation or energised to be your very best and play your part in contributing to the solutions? The good news is that we all have the potential to be extraordinary, This week’s guest knows exactly what it takes to overcome your own personal summit and rise to success: Saray N’kusi Khumalo is an award-winning mountaineer and a business executive with over 18 years’ experience in leading South African blue-chip companies, which have been driving innovation and continue to change the financial and wellness industries globally. Saray also became the first black African woman to reach the summit of Everest. Join us as we discuss how we can all release our ability to step away from the ordinary and achieve the extraordinary!

This episode will be airing live on 2nd October 2020 at 8am(PT)/11am(EST)/4pm(GMT). To listen live or later from the archive please visit http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1959

More about Saray N’kusi Khumalo:

Saray is a South African, born in Zambia and of Rwandan decent. She is an award-winning mountaineer, a transformational coach and a business executive with over 18 years’ experience in leading South African blue-chip companies, which have been driving innovation and continue to change the financial and wellness industries globally.

She is an advocate for human development and education and supports a wide variety of charitable and developmental organisations. Through mountaineering, she has raised over R1.8 million towards literacy and education in Africa.

In 2013, she founded #Summitswithapurpose which is the initiative that is aimed at taking Ubuntu to the top of the world through her 7 summits challenge, while making a difference in her community through education. This has subsequently evolved into a bid to complete the Explorer grand slam.

This episode will be airing live on 2nd October 2020 at 8am(PT)/11am(EST)/4pm(GMT). To listen live or later from the archive please visit http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1959

More about host Chris Cooper:

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Chris has 25 years of multi-functional business experience, working with global brands such as Mars inc to board level as well as supporting and founding entrepreneurial ventures. Chris elevates business performance and engagement by acting as a catalyst to support the transition of businesses, leaders and teams to higher levels of performance. He has hosted the ‘Business Elevation Show’ on Voice America since 2011, building a massive network of global connections and audience in over 50 countries. He speaks on topics such as ’Elevating Leadership’ ‘Engagement Starts With You’ and his book ‘The Power To Get Things Done (Whether You Feel Like It Or Not) published by Penguin Random House USA’. Chris is a fellow and former Regional President of the Professional Speaking Association in the UK. To contact Chris : chris@chriscooper.co.uk

This episode will be airing live on 2nd October 2020 at 8am(PT)/11am(EST)/4pm(GMT). To listen live or later from the archive please visit http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1959


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