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Jason Le Masurier  Inspirational and motivational speaker for schools and small business

Never  waste a crisis - Depending on your chosen response a crisis can either be a catalyst or a catastrophe-  Embrace uncertainty - it encompasses opportunity as well as risk

Following a near fatal brain injury in a kite surfing accident, Jason Le Masurier  was paralysed down his left-hand side. He left hospital after 18 months of medical setbacks and some rehabilitation, in a wheel chair and was told by the medics that he would never stand let alone walk again.

 Being an optimist  Jason Le Masurier saw this negative prediction as a challenge and set out to prove the medics wrong. Jason's first goal was to walk down the aisle on his wedding day 10 months after leaving hospital. With snowballing goals of running, swimming and cycling Jason gradually regained his former physical ability and decided to put these together to complete a triathlon, to raise money for the North West Air Ambulance who's helicopter had rescued him following his accident. Prior to his accident  Jason Le Masurier had never taken part in a triathlon but the challenge of this major crisis in his life spurred Jason on to reach new levels of fitness. He saw opportunity in the challenge and didn't want to waste this crisis.

Jason Le Masurier  is now sharing his story with  schools and small business- be inspired!

Jason Le Masurier Inspirational and motivational speaker for schools and small business

Jason Le Masurier Triathlete and Inspirational speaker for schools and small business

Never  waste a crisis - Depending on your chosen response a crisis can either be a catalyst or a catastrophe-  Embrace uncertainty - it encompasses opportunity as well as risk

Following a near fatal brain injury in a kite surfing accident, Jason Le Masurier was paralysed down his left-hand side. He left hospital after 18 months of medical setbacks and some rehabilitation, in a wheel chair and was told by the medics that he would never stand let alone walk again.

 Being an optimist Jason Le Masurier  saw this negative prediction as a challenge and set out to prove the medics wrong. Jason’s first goal was to walk down the aisle on his wedding day 10 months after leaving hospital. 

With snowballing goals of running, swimming and cycling Jason Le Masurier gradually regained his former physical ability and decided to put these together to complete a triathlon, to raise money for the North West Air Ambulance who’s helicopter had rescued him following his accident. Prior to his accident Jason had never taken part in a triathlon but the challenge of this major crisis in his life spurred Jason on to reach new levels of fitness. He saw opportunity in the challenge and didn’t want to waste this crisis.

Jason is now sharing his story with school and small business his speech topics include

Setting Goals

Dealing with a crisis

Overcoming physical and mental obstacles

Management of uncertainty in an organisational or business context to minimize risk and maximize opportunity

Jason is a Civil Engineer and most recently has worked as a university lecturer in Construction Management at Bath University and Canterbury University, New Zealand 

Jason Le Masurier  Triathlete Inspirational and motivational speaker 

"The big problem with many ‘inspirational’ speakers is that all too often everything sounds just too good to be true. In my work over the years I have heard speakers of all standards, from local councillors discussing graveyards to prime ministers talking about national and international issues. Jason is not a charismatic speaker. He does not need to be. He tells his story quietly as is happened, a story of a fight back from severe head injuries to taking part in triathlons. It’s not a sob story, it’s not entirely a story with a happy ending, it’s  a story of  work in in progress and one that you will want to listen to quietly and learn a little about how to deal with life’s crises the Jason way!

Neil Ryder, secretary Lancaster and Morecambe Lions Club 2015/2016


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