Here at Chartwell we always love working with Lewis Pugh, the extreme swimmer and environmental campaigner, and we were thrilled to hear that he wowed his audience again last week.
Lewis first shot to fame when he completed a 1km swim at the North Pole…in nothing but a Speedo. Since then he has pioneered more swims around famous landmarks than any other swimmer in history. Each of these seemingly impossible feats was done to raise awareness about the vulnerability of water and its importance to humanity.
If you need a bit of inspiration, take a look at Lewis’ book, Achieving the Impossible: A Fearless Leader. A Fragile Earth (Kindle Edition released this year).
You can see Lewis in action at TED here.