What you get with Jeremy

In an image-rich compelling tale, Jeremy recounts the Bloody Couloir expedition, where he climbed and skied a major backcountry ski route, without the use of his legs. He provokes a deep look in the mirror by explaining how he finds motivation himself. His presentation is about the immediacy of deciding now what you want in life and getting to work on the little things every day to get there no matter what it takes. “Why would you half-ass anything?” he asks. Jeremy uses the analogy of a pioneer, traveling into the wild west for the first time, to paint the picture of how he approaches a life without rules or a sense of entitlement. A pioneer needed to find strength in being adaptable because the world was certainly not going to adapt to them. "Life changes. Roll with the punches," Jeremy likes to say. Appropriately, the title of his presentation is How Uncomfortable are You Willing to Get? This will not be the type of presentation you are used to.


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 Jeremy had all 600 of my attendees at the edge of their seats. His mix of radical honesty, passion for life and a unique way of telling his story lead all those who were listening into his world. I look forward to having Jeremy back on stage.   -Mark Dewey, TEDx Organizer

Jeremy had all 600 of my attendees at the edge of their seats. His mix of radical honesty, passion for life and a unique way of telling his story lead all those who were listening into his world. I look forward to having Jeremy back on stage.

-Mark Dewey, TEDx Organizer

 Jeremy showed us through his insights and achievements that it is both possible and essential to overcome self-doubts in order to achieve exceptional goals. Jeremy’s perspectives are unique and deeply personal but are highly applicable to both the business environment and as motivation to each of us as humans.   - Andrew McKillop, Vice President, Pharmaceutical Science Small Molecule

Jeremy showed us through his insights and achievements that it is both possible and essential to overcome self-doubts in order to achieve exceptional goals. Jeremy’s perspectives are unique and deeply personal but are highly applicable to both the business environment and as motivation to each of us as humans.

- Andrew McKillop, Vice President, Pharmaceutical Science Small Molecule

 Jeremy's innate ability to convey a powerful message while connecting with his audience makes his story of tenacity, drive, love, and triumph nothing short of riveting. I hired Jeremy to speak to my group and they were transfixed by his presence and motivated by his attitude. I can't wait to have Jeremy speak at my next function!   -Jon Rubin, Field Director

Jeremy's innate ability to convey a powerful message while connecting with his audience makes his story of tenacity, drive, love, and triumph nothing short of riveting. I hired Jeremy to speak to my group and they were transfixed by his presence and motivated by his attitude. I can't wait to have Jeremy speak at my next function!

-Jon Rubin, Field Director

 Jeremy's message couldn't have been more poignant and appropriate. Everyone from age 10 to 50 was riveted by his honest, engaging and inspirational message. Jeremy is a natural storyteller and I would highly recommend him as a speaker.   -Felicia Kashevaroff, YPO Organizer

Jeremy's message couldn't have been more poignant and appropriate. Everyone from age 10 to 50 was riveted by his honest, engaging and inspirational message. Jeremy is a natural storyteller and I would highly recommend him as a speaker.

-Felicia Kashevaroff, YPO Organizer


About Jeremy

Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone.
— Picasso

Hometown: San Diego

Paralyzed in a motorcycle wreck in 2001

Climbed and skied Bloody Couloir, a major backcountry ski route, June 2, 2012

Released feature length Drop IN: Bloody Couloir documentary Dec 2013

Usual Surf Break: Cardiff Reef

Home Mountain: Mammoth

Favorite food: Anything my girlfriend makes

Shoe size: 11

Ocean or Mountains? Both