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Interview with Luke Tyburski

Luke Tyburski is an adventurer, mindset coach and motivational speaker. Luke grew up in Australia where he achieved his boyhood dream of becoming a professional soccer player. Today, his passion is motivational speaking and helping people change their mindset and receive positive results through his strategies and many life lessons. Read his interview and learn more about him and his speaking.

How did you begin your speaking career?

After completing many of my ultra-endurance challenges and telling people about the ordeals I went through in order to finish them, I realised I could help others by telling my stories.
As my journey in life progressed, I was continually learning about how I’m able to overcome the obstacles I had faced during the ultra-endurance challenges I completed, and that I have an incredible ability to adapt when hit with setbacks. I knew I had to share this knowledge and wanted to start teaching others to adapt to their own setbacks and overcome the obstacles we all face in life by using the same principles that have been helpful to me.


What is the most unique experience you have had as a result of your job?

Having an audience member ask me mid presentation if he can invest in my next adventure (when I wasn’t even speaking about my adventures) because he was inspired by my passion, drive, and work ethic.

Then, he actually did invest in my next adventure, not sure who was more excited…


What’s your best advice for someone who wants to start doing extreme ultra-endurance sports?

Know your WHY!

Understand the deep rooted internal driving force that is tempting your mind with these thoughts. If it’s simply your ego that is encouraging you, then at the first sign of trouble, or when things get truly tough, your ego will desert you, and you’ll be left thinking why am I doing this…


What do you gain personally from being a public speaker?

I learn from each and every talk I give, and this excites me.

Whether it be from a question someone asks me during or after a presentation, the reaction from my audience when I’m delivering a point, or when I’m reflecting on my content and delivery. There are opportunities to learn about ourselves, others, and life if we open up ourselves to be teachable and welcome knowledge in all forms.


Who or what inspires you most?

People who make themselves accountable to a specific goal, and do the work to achieve it.

This truly inspires me, as seeing or hearing of people who commit themselves with conviction to achieve something in their life, then dedicate time to actually give themselves a chance to accomplish this goal energises myself to continually do the same in my own life.


What are 3 habits for success?

Know why you’re setting out to achieve what you think you want.

Be consistent in all that you do.

Work hard and focus on the process rather than the outcome.


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