Episode 040 - Roz Savage

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Roz Savage is perhaps best known as the first woman in history to row solo across the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans. She has since gone on to become a senior fellow at the Yale Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and is a successful author, public speaker and coach on topics such as sustainability, courage, resilience and managing change.

Now you might wonder what would possess a person to leave a successful city career with all the trappings and material comforts that come with it, to spend more than 500 days alone at sea, to risk their life and to endure levels of hardship and deprivation that most would run from rather than seek out. Well, let’s find out!

Shownotes

You can find out more about Roz over at her website here.

The link to Roz's account of her voyage across the Pacific ocean - 'Stop Drifting, Start Rowing' can be found here for Amazon UK customers and here for the rest of the world.

If you haven't yet seen 'Man on Wire', the breath-taking true account of one of the most audacious high wire walks in history, you can find out about that movie here.

The book 'Happier People, Healthier Planet' which Roz recommended in our conversation is here for UK listeners and here for the rest of the world.

Finally, the extraordinary book by Victor Frankyl which charts his survival in the Death Camps of WW2 and the creation of Logotherapy ('Man's Search for Meaning') can be found here (UK) or here for the rest of you lovely people!

Andy Fisher