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Caspar Berry, a professional motivational and keynote speaker started his career early on as the lead in the first series of Byker Grove on BBC1 alongside Ant and Dec. He went on to read Economics and Anthropology at Cambridge and, after aiming to become a professional film writer – he was able to have his first screenplay produced by Film Four in his final year.At the young age of twenty-three, Caspar was writing for Columbia TriStar and Miramax. Merely two years later however he decided he needed a change in his life, which led him to Las Vegas where he became a professional poker player.Caspar spent three years playing professionally and made a good living by using his wits against some of the best-known poker players. After his years in Vegas, he returned to the UK in 2002. Here he co-founded Twenty-First Century Media and built it into the fastest growing audiovisual media company in the North East of England.While at twenty-first-century media he began his career as a speaker and catalyst for new thinking within business about risk-taking and decision-making. In 2008 he decided to sell Twenty-First Century Media to Bob Geldof’s media giant, Ten Alps.He became a trainer for a company called The Mind Gym in 2005 who schooled him in the essential skills of delivery and facilitation. He then went at it on his own to become one of the best-known business speakers in the UK. He has delivered over 600 speeches over the last six years, for over 200 companies around the world.His presentations focus on the need to embrace uncertainty and taking calculated risks in order to get ahead and achieve success. They are not sector specific and are therefore perfect for any training day or conference where new ideas need to be discussed or debated. He is very inspirational and stimulates change with his upbeat and energetic style.

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The “original and genuine since 2005” in 45/60/90 minute forms.It looks at the definition of a decision and the definition of risk and asks how we make all our decisions and whether we could make them differently or better.It identifies and defines the origins of fear of failure and concludes by advocating a technique to embrace this fear in order to ...

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