Glen first appeared on our radar when he approached us about partnering with him to help promote ending youth suicide through Revolution Red Campaign. After a quick chat on the phone two things quickly became clear:
1) Glen is one positive and energetic dude with a passion to inspire people
2) We wanted to collaborate with him
So for the last month we have been promoting people to wear our red laces in support of Revolution Red and youth suicide on September 10. Proceeds from the sale of the laces have been passed on to Kids Helpline to ensure there is someone else on the end of the line for the youth who need it most.
It has truly been a pleasure to put our humble laces towards a good cause and we are grateful to have met a Maverick like Glen.
We recently got Glen to lace up and tell us a bit more about himself as the first instalment of our monthly interview series called Meet a Maverick.
What did you want to be when you were a kid?
What do you do now and how did you end up there?
Motivational Speaker – I ended up here not intentionally but kinda by accident.
How would you describe your style of work?
If you could work with any three people on a project who would they be?
Martin Luther King, Mohandas Gandhi , Vaclav Havel.
What is your ninja skill?
What are you shit at?
When you think of a ‘Maverick’ who comes to mind and because of what traits?
Nelson Mandela – Because of his commitment to a cause.
What is your favourite creative outlet?
Writing and designing new motivational programs.
Where do you find inspiration?
People inspire me, I love hearing their stores and what makes them tick.
What pair of shoes do you wear the most?
What tunes are you currently blasting and are they any good?
Empire State of Mind
Hall of Fame