Known worldwide for pursuing an incredible list of 100 Things that he wants to achieve before he dies, Sebastian Terry’s story is surprisingly not about a bucket list. It’s about something more far reaching: permission, choice, growth and connection.
Affected by a curious mind and the death of a close friend, Sebastian experienced a life-changing moment when he asked himself a simple question: “Am I happy?” The answer was “NO“ and so he decided to pen a list of 100 things that he’d always wanted to achieve.
Following his heart and armed with nothing but a list, Sebastian’s incredible story has grown from an entertaining tale of adventure into a global philanthropic movement that engages a growing tribe to not just set meaningful goals, but pull the trigger and achieve them — all whilst helping others do the same.
“I thought initially that it would take me 100 Things to reach a state of fulfillment, but it’s taken me 72 things to realise that ‘ticks’ are just the beginning. The key to growth and happiness is finding out who you are on a primal level and then being that person, each and every day.”
Turned into a best selling book (100 Things), a Discovery Channel documentary (100 Things To Do Before You Die) and most recently a US-based reality TV show (100 Things) where Sebastian travels the world helping complete strangers achieve their specific dreams, 100 Things inspires people and organisations to gain perspective, think big, and be the best they can be on every level so that others can follow suit.
From marrying a stranger in Las Vegas, delivering a baby in Canada, and even representing the Mauritian national rugby team at the African Championships (they won!), Sebastian’s most profound moment was when he was first contacted by a suicidal stranger who needed help.
100 Things is no longer about one person, it’s about everyone.
The through line to the keynote is: “In case of Emergency please put your mask on first before helping others.”
Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry, and inspire motivation, the 100 Things keynote is like no other and will re-engage, connect, and inspire your organization to move forward as one.
What’s on your list?